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Curriculum & Instruction

The Hondo ISD Curriculum and Instruction Department coordinates the development of curriculum on all campuses and provides resources for teachers to improve instruction.

The curriculum for all subjects at all grade levels is reviewed and monitored for  success. The department coordinates the progress monitoring in STAAR/TAKS preparation.


Recognizing the Good!

Look what's going on in the academic world at Hondo ISD!

7th grade science students paint their way through the human body.                                       

Row, row, row your boat!  High school physics students create boats with limited supplies, but unlimited knowledge!  


McDowell students take to the sidewalk to chalk up math solutions!


Future Picassos at work! 


McDowell students join forces to problem solve! 







Woolls environmentalists! Students create windsocks in their study of the environment. 


The Gallon Man takes on a new look at Woolls! Fourth grade students demonstrate the conversions of liquid measurement. 

Watch out Shark Tank! Third grade student today -
entrepreneur tomorrow!  

Meyer Elementary students are 21st century learners! 


6th grade students "tug" for gains and losses as they work through math integer lesson. 

6th grade chefs learn to add fractions through cooking. Have you doubled your recipe lately? 


Kindergarten students - building a better future!


6th Graders soar to new heights in math!


Fourth Grade chefs created solar ovens to determine if air temperature affects cooking efficiency.  


McDowell students collaborate on research.  



5th Graders are no Eggheads! The students partnered with "eggheads" to learn about organisms and evironments in science classes. 


Hondo High School Robotics students learn the value of working as a team. 


McDowell Middle School historians collaborate on game projects.

Woolls Intermediate third grade mathematicians in the making!  Students explore area and perimeter as they measure polygons in the hallways.   

Meyer Elementary scientists conduct an experiment to hypothesize how many water droplets will fit on a coin.