2014-15 Course Descriptions
course descriptions
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Parent Notice

The 2013-2014 Federal Report Card has been posted under "Educational Accountability – Federal Report Card" on the district's web site. To view Henderson Middle School's  report go to: 
http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/frc/index.html
The state school report card has been released. You can access it by clicking the link below. If you would like a printed copy or if you have any questions about this report please contact the middle school front office at (409) 981-6420.

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School Report Card

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Beaumont Area Chamber of Commerce 8th Grade Youth Leadership Program at Lamar University

Picture of 8th Grade Leadership Students
Picture of 8th grade leadership students



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Robotics Team - STATE BOUND!

Robotics Team
The Henderson Middle School Robotics Club competed in the 2015 TCEA Robotics Competition held at Hampshire-Fannett High School. A total of six teams competed, five in Arena and one in Invention. A total of 25 HMS students competed! The Invention team made up of Jacob Breaux, Adam Borel, Landon Matak, and Clare Toombs received 1st place with their invention, The Conductor-Bot, and have advanced to the State Competition in May. 

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7th Grade Student of the Month

     

Girl of the month

Abby Thomas is a 7th grader at Henderson
Middle School. Her favorite subject is math
and science. She is involved in choir and
band. Her favorite moment in middle school
is 
the pep rallies and football games. She
also said that she enjoys Mrs. Gallaspy and
Mrs. Bishop’s class.



Boy of the month
Stephen Matherne is a 7th grader at
Henderson Middle School. He enjoys all 
of 
his classes. Stephen participates in chess
club and he plays a little bit 
of tennis. His
favorite moment in middle school is when
he was called for 
the student of the month.