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The Treasure Hills Elementary TV Club is letting their creativity take flight. They were recently awarded Harlingen Area Educational Foundation’s Innovative Teaching Grant towards [...]
Brothers, Nathan and Timothy Mowers from Treasure Hills Elementary began taking photos at the age of five. Although there is an age difference between these siblings, they both sha[...]
Bright purple flowers with green stems and leaves are pictured on a dark background and in between the flowers, are two small buzzing, black and yellow insects carrying stingers on[...]
  After graduation, HCISD alumni go on to do extraordinary things. Alumni at the Café is a bi-monthly segment that profiles several of these outstanding individuals, their jou[...]
When walking into the classroom of Nancy Ralph the first thing anyone would see is the saying “Start where you are, don’t stay there.” It’s a phrase she keeps in mind every d[...]
    Each year, campuses at the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District honor educators by selecting their Teacher of the Year. These teachers represent educato[...]
  Vivian Bauer lives by her personal motto of “it is what it is.” She uses it to drive her actions every day, and she’s constantly pursuing her personal best. Bauer is the pri[...]
The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District is making it easier for community members to read about the great things happening at its 28 campuses. HCISD offers its weekl[...]
When Javier Araiza hears the word “master” it can apply to a couple of things. From his barbequing talents to his career, Araiza continually works to keep at the top of his game. A[...]
When Mark Conway looks up to the Harlingen sky and sees a bird fly by, you can bet he’s on the lookout for his next research project or classroom lesson. Conway is a bird-banding e[...]
For most people, the question “Did I remember to turn off the lights?” refers to one or two rooms, but for Joel Cruz that means hundreds of classrooms, offices and more. Lights are[...]
  HCISD is excited to open the Ninth Grade Academy in August 2013, offering students the opportunity to learn with more technology, through projects and in career pathways ali[...]
Treasure Hills Elementary Principal Ginger Armstrong was one of 23 Texas school administrators to receive a grant from Raise Your Hand Texas to attend the Improving Schools: The Ar[...]