Hagerman Newsletter

The Pirate May 2019

PRINCIPALS CORNER

Spring is in the air, which means that the school year is coming to a close. I was reflecting

back to my own senior year and what my direction was as a senior. I knew I wanted to be

successful, but wasn’t quite sure what that meant. I knew that I wanted to coach and I knew

that I was supposed to go to college. I wasn’t really sure how I was going to be able to do all

of those things.The school counselor happened upon a scholarship opportunity for me in Elko, NV. I interviewed for the scholarship and was a candidate. I ended up going to school at what was


Northern Nevada Community College......I felt like I had a direction. I stayed for only one

year and ended up at Utah State University to pursue a degree in Welding, Construction

Management, Exercise Science, Pre-Physical Therapy, Athletic Training, etc.......exhausting I

know. I finally decided to go into teaching and here I am an administrator at Hagerman HS.


I think the message that I am putting out in our May Newsletter is for our students to

recognize that success has no limitations. Neither does knowledge. If you want to change what you are doing for a career, or personal interest, change. We can be anything that we want to be and continue to be successful along the way. Don’t be deceived into thinking that changes don’t take work because they do. I changed based on my interests and every career I started I had to work at. I always seem to have had something that motivated me in a

different direction.


My final message to the seniors of 2018-19 is to gain as much knowledge as you can along

your path to success. My success may not be your success, your parents or friends success

might not be your success, but whatever you feel is going to make you successful work hard

to make it your own. You all have a unique future ahead of you that only has the limitations

you put on it. In a way I envy the idea that you are sponges thirsting for that untasted water

of success. You get to encounter all the new experiences that come with graduating high

school and growing into adulthood.


What an awesome time this is going to be for you. I want to thank you all for the one year that I had to get to know you in our short time. I am rooting for all of you. I hope to someday cross paths with you and hear of your experiences in success that have shaped your lives. I want to leave you with one of my favorite Thomas Jefferson quotes, “I am a firm believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.” Good luck in everything that you do seniors.

Thank You from the CHEERLEADERS!!!

Thank you to the following cheer sponsors for the 2018-2019 school year:


  • Bullets & Brew
  • Scarrow Inc.
  • 1000 Springs Realty,
  • Middlekauff
  • Glanbia
  • Ziggy’s Express
  • Chappel’s Market
  • Hagerman Papa Kelsey’s Pizza
  • Oxbow Diner and M & M Electric

The cheerleaders appreciate the support from the community. Thank you for a great year!

HAGERMAN HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA PRESENTS "MURDER AHOY" WED MAY 8, 7 PM NEW GYM

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 7 @ 7 PM

ATHLETICS

ELEMENTARY

FRIDAY MAY 3 4th, 5th, 6th Track Meet @ Gooding 1 pm


JUNIOR HIGH

THURS MAY 2 Track @ Carey 2 pm

THURS MAY 2 Soccer @ Declo 4 pm


HIGH SCHOOL

Thurs-Fri May 9-10 District Track @ Valley HS

FRI-SAT MAY 17-18 STATE TRACK @ MIDDLETON HS

HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

MON May 6th------------------------1:30 pm--------------6th Grade Orientation

FRI-SAT May 10th-11th---------FFA Plant Sale

WED May 8th-------------------------7 PM---------------Drama Play "Murder Ahoy"

MON May 13th----------------------2 PM---------------Academic Awards Assembly 7-12 New Gym, ALL PARENTS INVITED

TUES May 14th---------------------7 PM---------------Varsity Athletic Banquet

WED May 15th----------------------6 AM---------------Lagoon Trip for those who made Pirate Incentive

THURS May 16th------------------Senior Check-Out

TUES May 21st--------------------GRADUATION 7 PM----------PRINCE GYM

LAST RTI Day

Friday, May 10th, 8:30-10:30am

Hagerman HS

Response To Intervention is for:


  • Students who are struggling in a subject area.
  • Students with over 4 absences and over 6 tardies in the semester.
  • Students who would like extra help in a subject area.

ATTENTION PARENTS

ACADEMIC AWARDS ASSEMBLY Monday May 13, 2019

VARSITY ATHLETICS AWARD ASSEMBLY Tuesday May 14, 2019

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