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  • 2nd Annual Elf Run

    Hornets Soar in 2nd Annual "Elf Run!" Hornet Hive Park was repeatedly the scene of soaring Tom Green Elementary Hornets yesterday with the sprinting (and, yes, some huffing and puffing) at their 2nd Annual "Elf Run! " We were there for the early-morning 3d-Grade run, with Coaches Nicholas Fullbrook and Norma Rios, who brought the event to the school, urging and encouraging their young Hornets--many in full Christmas attire--to finish the challenging run around the park's sprawling course. The good, and exhilarating cool-air run was followed apples in the gym and awards to top race finishers and best costumes, a truly fun class, repeated throughout the day with the help of many, including Specials educators Lily Guevara, James Hickey, and Lindzi Nicholson.

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  • Winter Program

    The annual Tom Green Elementary Winter Program, directed by music teacher James Hickey (with the support of the Specials team, grade level teachers, RDSPD staff, administration, and support staff), showcases the musical talents of kids in all grade levels. Each year, the program is held at the Hays PAC to provide an authentic, professional performance experience. The program consisted of all of Kinder, 1st grade, and 2nd grade each performing 3-4 songs. The music is both secular and sacred covering three different languages – English, Spanish, and American Sign Language – demonstrating Tom Green’s unique trilingual campus culture. Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade were represented through the Hornet Choir which performed traditional favorites, some new music, and featured a talented 4th grade soloist. The festively dressed children and the evident spirit the music brought to the audience made for a truly enjoyable school tradition that always helps spread Christmas cheer to all in attendance!

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  • Storybook Pumpkins

    Students enjoyed decorating pumpkins to match one of their favorite books. The school was full of some pretty amazing pumpkins.

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  • Storybook Character Day

    Even the teachers dressed up for Storybook Character day. Looking good Ms. Larsen and Mrs. Philpott!

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  • Congratulations Shane!

    Congratulations to Shane G. for the best estimation! Shane was the winner of the rattlesnake guessing contest. (The eggs looked a lot like jellybeans!) The contest was held during Book Fair. He came the closest to the correct count of 1731. Way to estimate!

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  • Welcome to our new website!

    Questions? Comments? Email GES.Web@hayscisd.net

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DISTRICT NEWS

  • Raymond Will Not Seek Third Term on Board

    Hays CISD Trustee Holly Raymond announced Tuesday that she will not seek re-election for a third term as one of the at-large trustees on the Hays CISD Board of Trustees. In a touching social media post to her constituents, she explained that her decision is based on her desire to focus on a new career opportunity with a non-profit organization that provides services for children statewide.

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  • Hays CISD to Use Presidents Day for Weather Make Up

    Hays CISD will use Monday, February 19, 2018, as an inclement weather make up day. Hays CISD will operate a normal school schedule on Presidents Day.

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  • Family and Community Satisfaction Survey Opens January 8, 2018

    Beginning at 8:00 AM on Monday, January 8th through 5:00 PM on Friday, January 19th, we are asking for input regarding your experience as a Hays CISD family or community member. The survey should only take 10-15 minutes to complete.

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  • Student Survey for 6th – 12th Grade Students Opens January 8, 2018

    Beginning at 8:00 AM on Monday, January 8th through 5:00 PM on Friday, January 19th, we are asking every 6th-12th grade student in Hays CISD to give us their input regarding their experience as a Hays CISD student. The survey will only take about 10 minutes to complete.

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  • Board Hires Dr. Eric Wright as Superintendent

    At a special meeting Thursday, the Hays Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to hire Dr. Eric Wright as the new superintendent of schools. His contract will begin January 1, 2018. Dr. Wright, most recently the superintendent of Fredericksburg ISD, is a career educator with 29 years of experience, more than half of which as a superintendent of schools.

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