Snider Award

2016 Reaud Excellence in Education Recipient

Congratulations to Henderson Middle School teacher Leslie Snider for being named one of the 2016 Reaud Excellence in Education Recipients.  Mrs. Snider was honored at the Beaumont Foundation Gala last night at the John Gray Library. 

It is a great day to be a hawk!

Tennis


Corey Nobles will be advancing to the quarterfinals at the Regional Tennis Tournament, Kaitlyn Gans finished third place and Josie Legato finished second place and will be advancing to state.






UIL Academic Contest



Ben Stone and Braleigh Sparks are headed to the STATE UIL Academic Contest in May. Ben qualified by being the Regional Biology Champion and the Number Sense Bronze medalist. Braleigh was named the Regional Champion in Prose Interpretation.






Art Winners


Autumn Irving and Kaylee McGilbery each won Honorable Mention awards in the 2016 Law Day Art Contest. They will have their artworks on display for the next year at the U.S. Courthouse in Beaumont. There were only 20 artworks chosen overall to be part of this exhibition out of over 200 entries from the Southeast TX region.

 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND PARENTS

Please click on the following link to view important dates for high school students.

Important Dates 2016 for HS Students.pdf


Hardin-Jefferson Education Foundation Grant Winners

     Each year HJISD teachers have the opportunity to apply for a grant through the Hardin-Jefferson Education Foundation.  The following teachers were awarded grants for 2016.
     Cheryl Adams, third grade teacher at CE, and Principal, Dianne Timberlake, with the $500 check presented by Hardin Jefferson Education Foundation. Her proposal is a science program that consists of hands on experiments, demonstrations and interactive science concepts in a game show format will be presented to third and fourth grade science students.

     Travis Gremillion, teacher at HMS and Principal, Darrell Westfall, with the $500 check presented by Hardin Jefferson Education Foundation. His proposal is to purchase a quadcopter drone to be used in class.
     Tim Skinner, teacher at Hardin Jefferson High School, and Principal, Dr. Diana Valdez, with the $500 check presented by Hardin Jefferson Education Foundation. His proposal is to use the grant money to purchase various tools used in the wood construction trade for this new class. The goal is to learn the mathematical concepts of the construction process.
      Joy Schwartz, teacher at Hardin Jefferson High School, and Principal, Dr. Diana Valdez, with the $500 check presented by Hardin Jefferson Education Foundation. Her proposal is to use the grant money to purchase the materials/consumable supplies necessary to continue using their 3D printers in the different projects planned which are aimed at improving the quality of life for the HJ Community.

CE AdamsHMS Gremillion
HS Skinner
HS Schwartz