On March 3, Huebner Elementary School celebrated their 20th anniversary with a program that welcomed huskies of the past and present. Huebner is a school with rich traditions and a history of success, so it was no wonder that so many guests were in attendance. The packed house included former students, staff member, parents, and volunteers.
There was quite a bit of excitement walking through the campus doors. The entire school was decorated with the school colors of red, white, and blue and students of all grades were dressed in their school spirit shirts. The hallways were adorned with photos and Huebner memorabilia dated back from the schools earlier days. The ceremony itself was filled with guest speakers who were eager to reminisce about their time and memories on the campus, in addition, heartfelt messages from North East ISD leadership.
“One thing I can say for sure is that when I think about Huebner, the first thing that comes to mind is family,” said former Huebner Elementary Principal, Terri Neuman, who led the school from 2006-2015. “It is a unique and one of a kind place where loving, dedicated, and passionate people work together for the betterment of our entire community.”
Huebner is no stranger to success. Presently they are a Leader in Me campus and in 2007 the U. S. Department of Education named them a Blue Ribbon School. It is obvious that all of the successes that the campus has had is due to the hard-working, innovative and creative staff, parents and students that comprise the Huebner community. The school showcases a tremendous amount of dedication, commitment, and love of children that is demonstrated on a daily basis by all members of the Huebner family.
Posted on 03/03/2017