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Hamshire-Fannett Independent School District
PO BOX 223
Hamshire, Texas 77622
Phone: 409-243-2133
Fax: 409-243-3437
1st place at West Hardin Basketball Tournament .. Go ladyhorns !
Theater Arts students preparing for a class-written play.
Happy Thanksgiving from first grade!
Junior, Shelbie Stutes performed at the Julie Rogers Theatre November 17​th​ as a member of the All Region Treble Choir. Shelbie is a Soprano 1 and has been a member of the Hamshire Fannett Choir since the 6th grade. Congratulations Shelbie!
Logan's 2nd catch of the day with the support of classmates.
On the Outdoor Adventure fishing trip Maria caught a fish.
Logan caught a fish on the Outdoor Adventures fishing trip.
With the pride of HF!
The color guard performed a routine to honor veterans at the high school ceremony.
Coach McNeill was the guest speaker at the high school Veteran's Day ceremony. Thanks for your service!
Congratulations to the varsity football team for winning the Bi-District Championship game 52-20.
High school students donated blood to help save lives.
The Elementary TRF art winners were recognized at the November board meeting.
Middle school students use cooperative reading.
HF Elementary students enjoy a "picnic with the principals" as a reward for perfect attendance.
Thanks to Mrs. Howland for all of your hard work!
During the Intermediate Veteran's Day program, Drake speaks on patriotism while Kheagian , Riley , Karson , and Cooper hold posters honoring the branches of our military.
Thank you for your service to all veterans! HF Intermediate honored these men and women during the Veteran's Day tribute.
Ms. Owens leads the HFI choir during the Veteran's Day program.
Intermediate students celebrate those who have served in the armed forces with a special Veteran's Day program.
Mrs. Jenkins becomes an ice cream sundae for the Read-a-thon!
Students who raised the most money in the HFE Read-a-thon pose with their principal after they have "topped" her with chocolate sauce, caramel, whipped cream, sprinkles, ice cream, and a cherry on top!
On Reading Night, students and staff got to turn Mrs. Jenkins into an ice cream sundae! The kids read enough books to raise $28,000!! Way to go!
Mrs. A. Martin's first graders honor those who served by wearing red, white, and blue on Veteran's Day.
Four out of eleven of our teams are advancing on to Area FFA Contest at SFA. Way to go!
Mrs. Trahan's students use the iPads to practice reading skills with IStation.