Black Mesa CattleWomen Sponsored the Hotchkiss K-8 Beef Cook Off
Every six weeks a new class at the Hotchkiss K-8, begins learning about different life skills. The class includes a unit about Cooking. Black Mesa CattleWomen sponsors the event. The students are provided information on beef nutrition, proper cooking and recipes. A competition is held at the end of the six weeks where the students’ knowledge is assessed with a written test and a cooking activity that includes, developing a menu, gathering ingredients and following a recipe, using proper cooking techniques, and setting a table. The students are scored by CattleWomen judges using a rubric. The following day Black Mesa CattleWomen member, Nancy Carlson, presented the awards.
First Place – The Spice Girls: Left to right- Damon Fausett, Kailynn Carpenter, Paul Fisher, Isaiah Moreno.
Second Place – The French Toast Mafia: Left to right- Alexyss Horton, Kacie McCullum, Mikenna Carpenter, William Bullard.
Third Place - Las Tres Chicas: Left to right- Vianney Mendoza, Liliahna Guy, Hailey Carr.
Fourth Place – Stud Muffins: Left to right- Dalton Rodman, Carter Neff, Tyler Marks-not pictured.
Fifth Place – Left to right- Yandel Guereque, Pablo Camacho, Sawyer Handy and kneeling is Tel Bullard.
Just a few weeks late getting this out!
The 8B Red Team was able to put a huge stop to Cedaredge in the first round of play which earned them a game later in the day. In their 2nd round of play they were matched up against a tough Delta team that had beaten them earlier in the season by 20 points, but in tournament play Hotchkiss was able to rally and come out victorious 19-16. Team Members included- Bottom left, Manager-Kenny Drobohlav, Lottie Hollembeak, Micah Cooper-Sponseller, 8th Grade Coach - Mrs. Lynette Clock. Top left - 7th Grade Coach Miss Jessi Mautz, Indigo Miller-Barnes, Electra Lovato, Tessa Griffith, Candace Siebler, Lauryn Kiefer, Vianney Mendoza.
Jasmine Soria Macias
*Denotes Straight A’s
Zaid Vazquez Mendoza
Ian Van Horn*
*Denotes Straight A’s
The following students received Straight A's on their Quarter 1 report cards at Hotchkiss K8. Principal of Hotchkiss K8, Dr. Marchino presented them with certificates from Tucker's Restaurant for 1/2 off a personal pan pizza and a certificate from Taco Hut for a free ice cream product of their choose. We appreciate these businesses donating and helping us recognize the students for their accomplishments.
1st Picture: 3rd Grade Back Row, left to right: Dr. Marchino, John Hart, Anjolee Beveridge, Raelee Meyers, Gage Adam, Laynee Zeldenthuis and
Brooke Angelovich. Back Row: Front Row, left to right: Jaylen Monroy-Mendoza, Mya Guyer and Chayton Falkner.
2nd Picture: 4th Grade: Dr.Marchino, Gabe Garcia, Kenaniah McDaniel, Payson Pene, Raney Moore, Lola Mitchell and Jesalynn Borgman.
3rd Picture: 5th Grade: Piper Smith, Sasha Taylor, Brailey Angelovich, CeCe Houseweart and Henry Hollembeak. Not Pictured: Aizlyn Sommer
4th Picture: 8th Grade: Isabella Spano, Tawny Roberts, Lauryn Kiefer, Amelia Hickam, Adair Ela and Adam Smith.
Congratulations to this team that placed 3rd overall. What a wonderful experience for all of the 6th grade Knowledge Bowl participants.
Hello Hotchkiss K-8 Families!
My name is Bryan Hollembeak and it is my pleasure to introduce myself to the community of Hotchkiss as the new K-8 principal. I bring to the position 25 years of successful teaching, coaching, and administrative work from Arizona. I earned my Bachelors degree in secondary education from the University of Northern Colorado and my Masters degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University. My wife and kids are thrilled to move to Colorado. I am a BULLDOG to the core, having spent all of my K-12 education in Hotchkiss. I was blessed to grow up in this area with the wonderful people who choose to live here. The education I received in the Hotchkiss schools prepared me for life and laid the foundation for a successful college and professional career. I have great memories of friends, teachers, coaches, principals, and family in Hotchkiss. I’m excited to walk some of the same halls I attended in my grade school years!
What’s best for kids? It is building and maintaining relationships with students, staff, parents, and the community. I strongly believe in collaboration and working as a team. This includes partnering with the superintendent, administrative staff, faculty, students, parents, and the community in which I serve. I believe better decisions and communication are made through this process. I believe that schools are an extension of the community. The priorities of any school are student learning and student achievement. I believe these can be accomplished academically and socially with a variety of activities and resources, which develop the whole child. I also believe that all students can learn and achieve academic success. It is my responsibility as the school leader to help these young students become productive citizens and help them obtain the skills necessary to be successful in a 21st century society.
The success I have enjoyed in my career is because great people have surrounded me and positively influenced my life. We have an outstanding staff at Hotchkiss K-8, and we are dedicated to the success of our students. I am eager to work with this great team of people who have made it their career to help kids. I look forward to working with you and your child this coming school year.
Hotchkiss K-8 Principal
Looking for a skill camp? 6, 7 and 8th grade girls there will be a Bulldog Volleyball Skills Camp Wednesday, August 1st thru Friday, August 3rd at the HK8 Don Tate Gymnasium from 9-noon. The cost is $30.00.
Coach Clock would like it if you would returned the permission/consent (posted below) form by mail by July 9th. Her mailing address is on the form.
Online returning student registration opens August 6th.
August 7, 2018, HK8 registration will be from 8-12. 12:30-3:30.
The school registration will be to pick up and pay for planners for 4th -8th graders and get your lockers (6th-8th). Other fees include supply fee (7/8), sports and band. K-3 students/parent you will only need to pay for breakfast/lunches. Otherwise, there won't be a need for you to come to registration.
Computers will be available if needed.
Parents and students-just a reminder to have a safe and enjoyable summer!