Finding an answer to how education can work for the 21st century can be a difficult question. However, HCISD has been moving forward with transformation strategies that will give students the skills necessary to compete in the global economy, Superintendent Dr. Steve Flores said in his weekly message.
With music education comes passion from students and educators, engaging our families and adding value to the lives of our district stakeholders.
Music education also leads to achievement in other aspects of a student's life.
In this week's edition of the Superintendent's Message, Dr. Steve Flores spoke to some of the recent examples of excellence in HCISD's music programs.
In this week's edition of the Superintendent's Message, Dr. Steve Flores spoke to the graduation successes of public schools in the nation and state. Harlingen CISD has been fortunate to have a community that is supportive of public schools, Flores said.
Superintendent Dr. Steve Flores spoke about the critical roles that school counselors play in lives of HCISD students. In this week's edition of the Superintendent message Dr. Flores spoke of Norlene Chamberlain of Dr. Rodriguez Elementary who received the Counselor of Year Reward from the Rio Grande Valley School Counselor's Association.
The staff and students of HCISD have demonstrated time and time again that this is a proud community filled with effective educators and talented students. That pride goes on display throughout the year, during concerts, performances, academic competitions, swim meets, soccer matches, parent-teacher conference and football games. In this week’s Superintendent’s Message, Dr. Steve Flores spoke about pride, challenging the HCISD family to bring the passion and pride demonstrated during the Cardinal football playoff run into every aspect of this school district. Click here to view his message.
In this edition of his Superintendent's Message, Dr. Steve Flores talks about the annual Bird Bowl event, which takes place on Friday, September 30. He speaks to the importance of family values and student involvement, and how the annual football game serves as a celebration of those critical components to HCISD.