Elaina Mays proudly representing HSHS at the 2023 Army JROTC Service Championships in Sandy, Utah! Elaina is one of eight students in the Western Region who qualified for the individual sporter category. Qualifiers at this level will move in to the National Championships in Camp Perry, Ohio this March.
HSHS HOSA Students visited the Roundhouse to show policymakers how their support for career and technical education impacts teens in preparing to be college and career ready and to help create a plan to meet the growing needs of CTE in our schools across the state.
In anticipation of Super Bowl Sunday, our food service staff is sponsoring "NFL Spirit Day"! Join in the fun at HSHS!
Dear Parents and Guardians, This school year, I (Abigail Claesson, HSHS Art Teacher) have committed to creating a series of digital posts with easy techniques and suggestions for supporting your child(ren) as they navigate high school. According to research done at the Center on Developing Children, at Harvard University: “The single most common factor for children who develop resilience is at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive parent, caregiver, or other adult.” Check out this research-backed method which will foster resiliency and positive study skills. Keep an eye out for future posts! - Ms. Claesson
HSHS PAWs-itivity Tiger 🐅 was awarded to Tanya Ragsdale! Tanya is one of our inclusion EAs who constantly and consistently steps up for our students and staff… always putting students first! ❤️🤍💙!
HSHS Tiger 🐅 Renaissance showed our custodial and maintenance staff appreciation for their hard work! We appreciate you guys every day!
Today our HSHS Tigers Unidos group welcomed a team from La Piñon of Southern New Mexico to talk about empathy and what it means to build strong and healthy connections to others.
Hot Springs High School is proud to announce perfect attendance for quarter 2 to Paul Kasiah, Ella Clark, Baruc Palacios, and Makayla Cochran-Seeley
HSHS Yearbook NEEDS Seniors to submit their baby pictures and quotes to Ms. Claesson ASAP. If these are not turned in, then you will miss out!
HSHS cares for our students’ mental health!
HSHS PAWS-itivity Tiger was passed to Marisa Guaderrama! Marisa teaches Algebra 1 and Financial Literacy. She’s also our Renaissance Sponsor!… she’s always putting students first!
HSHS NHS students delayed the start of their vacation to help pass out gifts and snacks during Shop With a cop today!
A message from HSHS Financial Literacy Teacher Marisa Guaderrama: My three financial literacy classes participated in the Stock Market Game from October 3, 2022, to December 9, 2022. They competed against 123 teams in our region, some of which are 5A schools. Each team started off with $100,000 to invest in stocks, bond and mutual fund. Each team decided what they would invest in and traded depending on how the market was going. As you can imagine this was quite interesting with all the adjustments the Federal Government has been making with interest rates. Below I have included a table with the information on how each of the teams did and the students who were on each team. What is very cool is that I had 4 of the top 10 teams in our region. I’m very proud of my students and their commitment to the project and all that they learned. They analyzed the market and their portfolio’s progress and traded stocks accordingly. One of my groups made $8,506 in their portfolio in the two months they played the game.
HSHS Tigers Unidos treated the HS staff to Coffee and Donuts today as we wind down the semester and get ready for our winter break! Thanks guys!.., we appreciated it!
Please join us for HSHS Annual Christmas Concert!
HSHS invites you to our annual Christmas Concert!
HSHS students Tazhia Bilyeu and Lustasha Bachicha were recognized for winning the American Legion Auxiliary poppy poster contest! Way to go girls!
HSHS FFA is selling luminarias!
Students from Hot Springs High School STEAM Team traveled to Socorro on Friday, December 2nd to NM Tech to follow up on their geothermal water analysis project they began earlier in the semester. The students got to see several great presentations and experience hands on scientific experiments related to hydrology and geothermal analysis. Bonnie Frey, geochemist and analytical lab manager from NM Tech, along with Sr. Geophysicist and Field Geologist Shari Kelley both presented on the specific findings from our last field trip together. James Witcher a geothermal groundwater geologist who is very familiar with Truth or Consequences, gave a presentation to the students on the geology of the Hot Springs Aquifer located in downtown TorC. Students were also able to participate in an aquifer measurement lab with hydrology professor Mark Person, and work on a "flume" table with Leah Tevis, a graduate student in the Earth Sciences Department. The team, led by HSH Science Destiny Mitchell, spent the day on the campus of New Mexico Tech learning about the fascinating field of Geology. Thanks so much to NM Tech for allowing this trip to happen!
TCMSD is holding a Special Board Meeting on December 7, 2022 at 5:30 P.M. to discuss the possibility of having a closed campus at Hot Springs High School for the 23-24 school year. For this Special Board Meeting we will meet at Hot Springs High School in the cafeteria, located at 1200 N. Pershing St, T Or C, NM. 87901. To join us via Zoom, follow this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5581358124 Zoom Meeting ID: 558 135 8124 Password: Tigers TCMSD llevará a cabo una Reunión Especial de la Mesa Directiva el 7 de diciembre de 2022 a las 5:30 p.m. para discutir la posibilidad de tener un campus cerrado en Hot Springs High School para el año escolar 23-24. Para esta Reunión Especial de la Mesa Directiva nos reuniremos en la cafetería de Hot Springs High School, ubicada en 1200 N. Pershing St, T Or C, NM. 87901. Para unirse a nosotros a través de Zoom, siga este enlace: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5581358124 ID de la reunión de Zoom: 558 135 8124 Contraseña: Tigres