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Hardwick Elementary School / Lubbock ISD

School nickname: Mustangs
1420 Chicago Ave.
Lubbock, TX 79416
Phone: (806) 766-0844
School website.
Principal: Phillip Neeb
Grades: K-06
Students: 591
Teachers: 30
Feeds: Mackenzie Junior High School
Academic Excellence Indicator System report.

Hardwick Elementary School was constructed in 1965 and renovated in 1998. At the time the building was renovated, four kindergarten classrooms, an art room and a music room were added.

The campus is wired for the Internet. There is a computer in almost every classroom and two computer labs. Students have access to 107 computers.

Parents play an active role in daily activities at the school. Volunteers are on campus every day. The Hardwick Parent Teacher Association is an active organization and assists with numerous events throughout the school year.

Hardick has two high-profile teachers on the faculty. Fourth grade teacher Bev Day has received national recognition for the environmental instruction that takes place in her classroom. Sixth grade teacher Connie Nugent is an Advanced Placement trainer for a four-state region.

The school's Future Problem Solving Team is known throughout the state. The team has won state competitions and, in 2001, had gone to international competitions in five of the last six years. The school also has a top-ranked choir and orchestra.

Special events held at the school each year include Hands Across Hardwick and Kindness Week. Special programs offered at Hardick include the Mustang Club, a mentoring program known as PALS, Hardwick Hard Workers and the Mustang of the Month Club.

For a complete look at the state's report card for Hardwick Elementary School click here.


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