• October 23, 2021

Tags : SPC. Rafael Hernando III Middle School

Hernando Middle School student wins national literacy award

Hugo Hernandez, a student at SPC. Rafael Hernando III Middle School, is one of only 16 students in the nation to win a prestigious 2019 180 Student Award from learning company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. The 180 program recognizes children across the United States who have overcome significant obstacles to become thriving, successful learners. “I’m very […]Read More

15 Socorro ISD Counseling Programs Win State Awards

Fifteen Socorro Independent School District counseling teams are being recognized by the Lone Star State School Counselor Association (LSSSCA) for winning the 2017-2018 Lone Star Award. The 15 SISD campuses were among the 32 counseling programs statewide that received the distinction. The Lone Star Award recognizes counseling teams for their effective school counseling programs that […]Read More

Hernando Middle School Student Earns National 180 Student Award for

Spc. Rafael Hernando III Middle School student Kaitlyn Llanez has earned a prestigious 2017 180 Student Award, a national honor that recognizes 15 children who have overcome personal and academic challenges to achieve success in the classroom. The Team SISD sixth grader conquered a terminal cancer diagnosis and a stuttering problem that severely impacted her […]Read More

Socorro ISD’s SPC Rafael Hernando III Middle School Named a

SPC Rafael Hernando III Middle School has been designated a Texas Schools to Watch campus by the Texas Middle School Association (TMSA) for its high-performance, clear focus on academic growth, and ensuring every child has access to a rigorous, high-quality education. “I’m extremely proud of SPC Rafael Hernando III Middle School for earning this great […]Read More

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