Mrs. Kenney's class learned quilting skills this spring.
Physic students built a marble maze out of popscile sticks for the end of the year lab.
Gregory was recognized as the National Chemistry Olympiad Participant. Maci earned the Top Pre-AP Chemistry Student.
With the Pride of H-F!
Senior walk through at the Elementary campus.
Elementary students are excited to have a playground again.
Some students prefered to play inside during field day in the Makerspace area.
Molly designed a Lego rose in the Makerspace area in the high school library on field day.
Cody and Brittany were voted as the 2017 Prom King and Queen.
Philpott Motors General Manager, Bob Thewman, and FFA sponsor, Mike Broussard, present Beau with a scholarship.
Congratulations to the 5th grade science fair winners.
Algebra students put their heads together to create their rocket project in Mr. Whitehead's class.
Congrats to Trent and Colton for taking 1st place and winnning $250 in the washer tournament.
Congratulations to Danny and Dominic for winning 1st place in the 6th grade science fair. Great job, boys!
Congratulations to the 6th grade science fair winners.
Congratulations to the 4th grade science fair winners.
Fourth graders enjoyed their field trip to Moody Gardens.
Matthew signed to play football at Houston Baptist University.
Chemistry students participate in "S'more" labs before school is out.
Bryan signed to play baseball at Schriener University.
Devron signed to play basketball at Howard Payne University.
Mr. Moore conducts his last concert.
Spring Band Concert
Dr. Augustine congratulations Mr. Moore on his retirement.
Algebra students used 3D printer software to design a bug drawn by kindergarten students.
Instructional Technologist, Morgan Rayburn spoke with the news about the technology in the new elementary.
The students were able to tour the SWAT team tank and helicopter when they visited the new elementary campus on field day.
Congratulations to Jessica for placing 2nd in the 300 meter hurdles and 5th in the long jump at the state track meet.
High school students demonstrate chemistry experiments to the 4th graders.
Bella receives her award from the HF Education Foundation.
Ms. Crowder's 4th grade students created a digital breakout and invited Mrs. Gilmore to be the first person to solve it. They plan to share their breakout with other grade levels.
Mr. Miller using Kahoot with his class.