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  • Congratulations to Team Hays Scholarship Recipients!

    The Hays Education Foundation is proud to announce this year’s Team Hays Scholarship recipients. Thanks to the generous payroll donations from Hays CISD employees, the foundation was able to award 45 scholarships. To view recipients, click the headline above.

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  • Online Student Registration Now Open!

    Student Registration 2020-2021: Online registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now open for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information.

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  • Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance (YRBS) Survey

    Our District is taking part in the 2019-2020 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey for the 5th time this year. This survey is developed by the CDC and is administered all across the nation to 9-12th grade students. The survey will ask about the health behaviors of 9th through 12th grade students. The survey will ask about nutrition, physical activity, injuries, tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use. It will also ask about sexual behaviors, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy. Students will be asked to fill out a survey on March 11, 2020 in random classrooms. The survey takes about 45 minutes for the students to complete. Click the link above for more information.

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  • School Supply Lists 2019-2020

    Hays CISD uses standardized school supply lists based on grade levels from elementary school to middle school. Click on the headline above or graphic to the left to view school supply lists for 2018-2019 school year!

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  • AP Tests

    Taken each May by students all over the world, the AP Exam is the final step you take after a year of hard work in an AP class. These standardized exams are designed to measure how well you’ve mastered the content and skills of the course — a successful score could even earn you credit and advanced placement in college.

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  • Free & Reduced Meal Application

    Applications for free or reduced price meals will be mailed out to all families each year. A self-addressed, stamped envelope will be provided for the return of the application form. You may also complete the application online in English or Spanish! Click headline to access additional information & the online application

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    Please send questions or comments to HHS.Web@hayscisd.net

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DISTRICT NEWS

  • District Admin to Recommend Board Change Hays HS Mascot

    Based on student, teacher, and community feedback, the Hays CISD administration will recommend that the Board of Trustees vote to change the Hays High School rebel mascot. The mascot of a high school is supposed to serve as a unifying symbol and a rallying-point for school pride – a way for all students to collectively celebrate their academic, athletic, and fine arts accomplishments and cheer on their teams. When nearly 60 percent of the students, and more than 70 percent of the teachers and staff members, show little to no comfort with the current mascot, it ceases to serve its intended purpose. When more than a quarter of the students, and nearly a third of the teachers and staff members, are very uncomfortable with the current mascot; that mascot fails in its objective. When a mascot mires the school in political controversy and pits students, families, and community members against each other; it is time to change.

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  • Ginn Named New Dahlstrom MS Principal

    Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Monday that Dedrah Ginn, current Dahlstrom Middle School assistant principal, will serve as the new principal for the campus beginning with the 2020-2021 school year. The announcement followed approval by the Board of Trustees at its June business meeting. Ginn brings with her more than a decade’s worth of experience in teaching and campus leadership.

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  • Morales to Lead Lehman Mariachi Program

    Hays Consolidated Independent School District (Hays CISD) Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright is pleased to announce the selection of Alondra Morales as the director of the award-winning Lehman High School mariachi band program, which includes the ensembles Mariachi Los Lobos, Mariachi Azul y Plata, Mariachi Luz de Luna, and Mariachi Primaria. She brings with her a combination of teaching and professional performance experience.

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  • A Message from Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright: We Are Stronger Together

    Nine days ago, nearly nine heartbreaking minutes were captured on video. In those minutes, George Floyd was murdered. Today, all four of those responsible were finally criminally charged. Mr. Floyd’s murder has opened, yet again, a suffering in America that continues to wound our collective soul. Following the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his close confidant and Civil Rights Movement icon in his own right, former Atlanta Mayor and UN Ambassador Andrew Young, has said, “We were never concerned with who killed Martin Luther King, but what killed Martin Luther King" – an observation that still haunts us more than 50 years later. It is my hope and commitment that, this time, we can all do our part to unite in the cause of love and healing. Silence on the matter is no longer acceptable, because it is tantamount to complicity.

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  • Dr. Watson Tapped to Lead Simon MS as Principal

    Hays CISD Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Friday that Dr. Michael Watson, current Dahlstrom Middle School principal, will serve as the new principal for Simon Middle School beginning with the 2020-2021 school year. Dr. Watson joined the Hays CISD team in 2014, as the principal of Live Oak Academy and led that campus to stellar success, doubling the number of graduates at the campus in prior years to nearly 200. In 2017, Dr. Watson became principal of Dahlstrom Middle School and helped that campus move from a “B” grade to an “A,” with distinctions.

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