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The Harlingen High School South Robotics Team had a memorable performance at the RGV Boosting Engineering, Science & Technology (BEST) Robotics Competition on Oct. 27. The team[...]
Harlingen High School South robot SOLVMM received the most votes in the Robot Week poll. Harlingen High School robot Gravitron and Early College High School robot Neil 2.0 were awa[...]
Sixth grade students at Gutierrez Middle School are getting in on the Robot Week action by taking a crash course in computer programming on Oct. 24. Twenty-six students participate[...]
Neil 2.0 is the creation of the more than 30 students participating in the robotics team from Early College High School. Named after astronaut Neil Armstrong and their team number,[...]
SOLVMM is the robot created by the seven members on the robotics team at Harlingen High School South. SOLVMM stands for South’s Original Latching Vertical Motion Machine, and has m[...]
Gravitron is the product of the 7 members of the Harlingen High School robotics team. Named after the task of simulating gravity on a space elevator, Gravitron’s design was inspire[...]
The students at Bonham Elementary School patiently held their hands in the air as they waited for their questions to be answered by the Early College High School robotics team on O[...]
The sounds of gears in motion and remote controlled generators filled the air as high school robotics teams from the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District and across t[...]
Students from the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District outsmarted competition at the district’s first chess tournament on Oct. 13. A total of nine teams from HCISD pl[...]
Sam Houston Elementary will make Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District history by hosting the district’s first chess tournament on Oct. 13. The Oktoberfest Chess Tourn[...]
  Middle school student Grant Burbach reads up to 13 books a week. Because of a new program in the school district, he many never have to worry about library dues or how to tr[...]
  Dr. Rodriguez Elementary recognized Journey Torrez the 5th grade student of the month. Minerva Simpson of Fairway Mortgage awarded her with a 25 person Peter Piper Pizza Par[...]
  Parents and children sat together to listen to the sounds of story telling ring through the library at Lamar Elementary School. Lamar hosted its monthly Family Literacy Nigh[...]
Two Harlingen High School teams placed in the top ten at the first SeaPerch Competition hosted by Hispanic Engineering, Science & Technology Week (HESTEC) on Sept. 28. HHS pre-[...]
For the students in the advanced and practicum media tech classes, tests involve prepping the cameras for football games, and homework encompasses capturing different stories acros[...]
My class created this American Flag using our hand prints on 9/11 after doing a lesson on the vocabulary of the Pledge of Allegiance. We broke down each word and talked about the m[...]
While most kids are watching television and playing video games, Kevin Vasquez is writing award-winning essays. Vasquez, a fifth grade student at Wilson Elementary School, was hono[...]
Sitting in the cafeteria at Vernon Middle School, a group of about 100 students sat at the lunch tables with notebooks and worksheets, awaiting the beginning of a free program that[...]
Ben Milam has sent a team to the National Scholastic Chess Championship for four consecutive years, placed fifth as a team this past year and developed students equipped with probl[...]
The hallways of the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Central Administration building have been buzzing all week as 90 effective educators from across the district[...]