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Welcome

I would like to personally welcome you to our campus. I have spent the past 27 years either in the military or education. I retired from the Air Force after 20 years of serving our country. I spent most of my adult life stationed at Eielson AFB in North Pole, Alaska before moving back home to Texas to start my second career in education. I earned a B.S. in Aeronautical Science from Embry Riddle University and a M.S. in Administrative Leadership from Lamar University. I am currently in my 3rd year at Walden University pursuing a Doctorate of Education degree. This will be my 8th year in education and my 5th year as an administrator.

I am married and have been with my wife Tracy for nearly 27 years. My wife and I have one daughter. She graduated from Texas A&M in 2016 and is currently a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army. We enjoy the outdoors and spending time together.

This is a great community that sets faith and family as the foundation that guides our daily lives. I will provide my servant leadership to ensure that your child reaches their maximum potential in order to achieve their dreams. 

Jason Harris

HES Principal

 



 

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HES Theme "2015-2016" School Year

 "DARE" to Make a Difference
be BOLD enough, INSPIRATIONAL enough, and PASSIONATE enough....to influence students and colleagues in making a difference on campus and in our community!

That One

                                                          That One

There are many people that can influence one's life for a short period of time. Only one of those can impact a life forever. That one is dedicated, selfless, mind-opening, inspiring, encouraging, caring, loving, and compassionate. That one receives very few rewards from society. That one may never see their true success. That one gives all of themselves so that others can flourish off their hard work. That one has the ability to positively influence several generations. That one is a TEACHER!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 by: Jason E. Harris, 2013