• October 19, 2020

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Hornedo teacher to run TCS New York Marathon

An Hornedo Middle School special-education teacher’s passion for STEM and running collided – earning more resources for her classroom and an entry into the TCS New York City Marathon this fall. Laura Stipe, Community Readiness Classroom teacher and Special Olympics coach, is one of 50 teachers receiving entries into the TCS New York Marathon for […]Read More

Hornedo Middle School Choir Seeking Help to Get to Carnegie

Hornedo Middle School choir knows exactly how to get to Carnegie Hall: get noticed on YouTube, practice … and fundraise, fundraise, fundraise. The Distinguished Concerts Singers International (DCINY) selected the choir to perform among students from throughout the world on June 24 at Carnegie Hall to sing a newly commissioned work for Treble and Youth […]Read More

Hornedo Students help out El Paso Children in Need

Hornedo Middle School students and volunteers throughout the nation opened their hearts and pocketbooks on National Make a Difference Day to help those in need. The Hornedo Student Council banded together to make 30 tote bags filled stuffed animals, crayon, coloring books, blankets and toiletries for children at the Lee and Beulah Moor Children’s Home. […]Read More

Hornedo Students Create Best Video Game in Texas

A video game designed by three Hornedo Middle School seventh graders earned first place in Video Game Design at the state Technology Student Association Competition and Conference last month in Waco. The seventh graders – Ahmad Aldasouqi, Giancarlo Gonzalez and Andres Iglesias – earned top honors with their game VAST, created for elementary-aged students. VAST […]Read More