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Folder of materials from the Mabel Hoggard Papers (MS-00565) -- Educational work and legacy file. This folder contains the Mabel Hoggard 6th Grade Center 1984-1985 yearbook, correspondence to Mabel Hoggard, Mabel Hoggard School event programs, newspaper clippings, and other documents related to Mabel Hoggard School.

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man000693. Mabel Hoggard Papers, 1903-2011. MS-00565. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada. http://n2t.net/ark:/62930/d10003c1h

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MAB-EL 4-IOGC.ARD 6™ GRADE CENTER
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Dedicated to
Mrs. Mabel Hoggard
Mrs. Borders - PTSA President
Many thanks to the parents, teachers, students
and staff for making this a productive and successful
year at Mabel Hoggard Sixth Grade Center. The
experience was rewarding for all of us.
Jean Borders and the PTSA Board
Mrs. Barber - Principal
Here’s hoping that the memories this yearbook
engenders will be happy ones, and that your year
at Mabel Hoggard Sixth Grade Center has been
one of growth - academically and socially. Also, we
hope that your experiences at Hoggard will assist
you in meeting the demands and challenges of
junior high school and beyond.
Best wishes for continued success in all of your
endeavors.
Special Thanks to Mr. Conway
Always do your best, and you can have what you
want in HfpAjB
Mary Nash - School Secretary
Mrs. Beatrice Soares - Counselor
Fay Smith VClerk
Raelynn Hopkins - Media Clerk
Jerold Howard - Hall Monitor
Gene Foy - Custodian
Arva Grimble - Hall Monitor
Mrs. Bowman - School Nurse
Bobbie Dease^Lunchroom
DeAnna Winesett - Health Aide
Mrs. Larson - Enrichment Class
Mabel Hoggard Teachers
Melanie A. Bean
Misti
Timothy Campbell
Brenda Caszatt
Anthony
Jean Charleston
Elizabeth DiekempB|
l.akienya Dixon
Chad Egge
Melvin
Jenifer Graces
iCharlene Hall
Erin Harrison
Felicia Jordan
tChristine Laub
Alma Matheu
.Meredith Meacham
Noah Ostanik
Alexandria Pelletier
Nichole Robison
Damon Ruemmela
Brett ThomasK
Christina Wilder
Wilson
MrsHA r mstro n g
Mrs. Armstrong
Jason Althoff
Jeremy Arnouts
Victor Browder
Jennifer Clayton
Kristie Folk
Robin Cage
Apryl Caines
David Hanna
Chenitta Joiner
Larry Judd
Tammra Lightner
Gina Morelli
Jason Parson^R
Robert Price
Jannean Reed
Paul Reed
Tony Ryan
Zachary Smith
Julie Stewart
Nicole Ware
Jennifer Welch
Ericka Wilson
Alfreda Chapman
Ms. Chapman
Bry.® Brown
Gwendolyn Cummings
Johni Daly
Thomas Doyle
Christopher Edwards
Michael Fahy«
Erika Fava
Angela Flowers
Brandon Hightower
Gregory Johnson
Keirin Kovach
Mary Lamb
Donna
Bradley Leswnger
Jeremy Lusti^U
JameXdahan
Adriana Martinez
Brenda Nowacki
Tyrone Page
Jason Ruesch
Ran cfflS i m psontf
Joseph Slaughter
Jennifer Smith
Luis Valenzuela
Cecile Woods
Mr.
Mr. Conway
Brody Colton
Shannon Dado
Angelique Dorman
Nelanie Hamilton
Jessica Hartwig
Percy Lockett
Paul Lourenco
Thomas McKay
Kevin Moscheo
Candice Passiatore
Melissa Henson
Chunchira Holdip
Brian Jaros
Steven Kizer
Brian Leslie
Kristine Patrick
Shawn Peterson
Lisa Prescia
Chad Prescott
Adrienne Riley
Lakeshia Sims
Catherine Slaten
Kristoffer Sozzoni
Tara Speck
Eric Thomson
Lori Wallis
Angel Washington
John Dillard
Mr. Dillard
Nicole Beard
Anthony Bland
Chastity
Jesse Burton
Jennifer Doughty
Dennis Falls
Heather Freund
Michael Haines
Shannon Mays
Brendan Murray
Carla Murray a
Jenniffer Pa/nffl
Steven Paul
Darrin Prescott
Santina Pustai
Da viil Revis
Janeen Shevlin
Jayson Sievers
Taniko Smith
Carmen Solorzano
Laura Strain
Brian Thomaa
Lester Walker
Ms.
Ms. Goynes
Kimberly Atkinson
Leon Baker
Eric Bradford
Raymond Delarosa
M e uilxreJ
Sheila Fredi
Froistad
Gregory Lann«
Janie Holadyfl
Sheri Hunt®
Brian Johnson
Shannon Krumick
William Mantz
Michael McClannahan
Tad Murata
Cassandra Panter
Aaron Scoftfl
Brsalynne Smith
AmMStabile
Carrie Tisthammer
Tyjuan Tyler
Christopher Urban
Sonianne Webster
Joele William's^
Mrs. Ingham
Mrs. Ingham
Christa Anderson
Benny Bossingham
Leah Bromley
Charles Cason
Diane Castaneda
Patricia Cortez
Ray Ford
Eric Garner
Dina Gibson
James Driggars
Robert Kerr
Selena McDowell
Denise Parsons W
Rex Perkins
Gretchen Prins
Galen Sea/s®
Kimberly Shrader
Joseph Smith
Billy Taylor
Mona Lisa Villarreal
Mrs. Jones
Mrs. Jones
David Anderson
Erick
Dallas Carothers
Ronnie Crockett
Molly Dudek
Michelle Esquivel
Randolf Franklin
Dana Gordon
Mary Groghan
Patrick Inman
Michael Laszlo
Brandon Lee
Carrie Lourenco
Addie Moran
Trade Nelson
Tanya Poland
Kevin Shartz
Le Celia Shipp
Dana Temple
Candace Thronton
Lisa Webster
Christopher Wheeler
Jennifer
Dawn
Tiffany Wright
Mrs. Kajcienski
Mrs. Kajcienski
Steffen Albright
Richard Barrett
Karin Benito
Shandra Bentley
Jennifer Gonzales
Daniel McDermott
Corey Michaliszyn
Keith Moore
Trista Nelson
Erin Pace
Deidra Payne
Janine Theoret
Tanniss Trotter
Charles Vanlandschoot
Michelle Van Ness
Petra Hernandez
Tami Hilton
Lamont Jamerson
Linda Laman
Nicole Lopez
Deaniak Walker
Kishma Warren
Garland Washington
Mr. Lato
Mr. Lato
David Assenzio
Jayme Barkei^t
Virginia Barnson
Laura Bethke
Darin Brookner
Cheree Brox
Arthur Chapman
Cary Dinapoli
Ian Ferguson
Emecko Glass
Jana Harder
Jason Henderson
Douglas Hughesl
James
Michelle Livreri
Kristy Miller
Sheena Newsom
Christine Rothermel
Adrian Selby
Jennitor
Leslie Turner
Jennifer Wagner
Matthew Walker
Melanie Watson
Christi Wilson
William Young
Mrs. Minyard
Mrs. Minyard
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Andrew Brown
Kristie Chiles
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Sheree
Jamie
Sacha Ekenstam
Robert^iardneh
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Alexander Gonzales
Benji Hoskim^B
Robyn Hughes
Michele Johnson
D e Ma rib Ms wis
Je&Sa> MaberJM
Wary McDaniels
Susan Millf^K
John Mill^I
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[C h ri.sto p hemR amirez
David Reed *
Angela Sampson
B rogg^Sterrei^K
ThorrA Weber
Wiffam Wgffl
\Jan ifeitefcaM
Ms. Nelsen
Melanie R. Bean
Tamara Briski
Aimee Brown
Damon Capri
William Dexheimer
Cheyenne Ewing
Israel Garrett
Randy Gutierrez
James Hilly
Orlando Hogan
Robert Hybarger
Kathryn Jackson
Monica Jones
Nicole Linebarger
Ronald Lourenco
Rex Mackay
Genea Maloney
Stacy McCaw
Rhonda Moody
Diana Ng M
John Pokrzyk
John Potter
Nathaniel Robison
Sandra Tangkasit
Jacob Von Tungeln
Mr. Sauritch
Mr. Sauritch
Monte Beardin
Johnn y CurrylB
Joann Dunning
Angela Graham
Rickie’Graham
Lachrisha Hubbard
Lisa
Robert'Lemon^U
Jill Liefke fl
Katina Toldsbn
Brett Tyson®
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Williams
Mr&lScott
Aliesha Maxwell I
Benjamin Monroe|
lame^S,ewman
Deena Pickett
Dinore Sharpe
Michael
Joseph Spauldinw
Erik Spurlock
Amy
Mrs. Scott
Jason Barron
Tesa Becker
Paul Boag
Neressha Chapman
Tammy Clayton
Stacie Covarrubias
Kiesh Easterwood
Danika Eggink
Jessica Gonza/esW
Michelene Hale
Robert Hall
James
Robin Higley
Kristine Krohn
Corrina McCoy
Stephanie Moorhead
Ivory PhillipsW
Shawna Pool
Veronica Price ■
Rachel Roberts■
Nicole Saxon
Phillip Schaeffer
Kimberly Snider
Cassandra Williams
Olando
Sharon Wines
Mrs. Stepp
Mrs. Stepp
We’re from Hoggard and we’re the best!!
A quiet time with a good friend.
Morning Kindergarten - Mrs. Buylding
Afternoon Kindergarten - Mrs. Buylding
Here comes Santa!
Great time of the day!
. . . and a new doll . . .
: EWWWWM
Mrs. Bryan reads a
favorite story.
What are you gonna do when you get out?
Dodge that ball!!
Would you believe "walking" Rebels?"! And a great time was had by all . . .
Student Council Officers
Student CounW and Advisors
Mr. McLean - Our
Library Aides
A. T. Students in Action
Dr. Weiss - A.T Teacher
I'd like size 5 skates and a soft pillow!
“Booting Up"
Come on feet . . . get with the heath
Let’s see now . . . was that Z times 30, or ... ?
Practical applications from a special guest.
Mr. Robert Douglas Beasley and the Hoggard Band
And a one . . . and a two . . .
Mr. Mark Green “ Hoggard Strings
Checking a small detail . . .
Hoggard Chorus - Miss Pam Goynes, Director
Chorus in Concert - Miss Goynes leads
Holiday Performance . . . Something Special

Carr Publishing Co., Bountiful, Utah
I.eaguelot Women Miters of Nevada
Robin Morgan
^-07 Parkway West
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106
Mrs. Mabel Hoggard
711 Morgan Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89IO6
League or Women Voters of Nevada
Robin Morgan
407 Parkway West
Las Vegas, Nevada 89IO6
Mrs. Mabel
711 Morgan
Las Vegas,
Hoggard
Avenue
Nevada 89IO6
Mrs. Hoggard I just had to drop you a
note to let you know how pleased I was about
the renaming of the Bonanza School in your
honor. Since 1 have been working in Supt.
Guinn's office for several months 1 knew of
this selection and wanted to let you know right
then how pleased 1 was about it. It is a very
fitting honor for a lovely lady.
If you are ever out to the Ad Bldg, please come
in and see me. I would love to see you again.
L°ve' "Helene Amos
Mrs. Mabel
711 Morgan
Las Vegas,
Hoggard
Avenue
Nevada 89IO6
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO
You're Invited...
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THE MUSEUM AT MABEL HOGGARD
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NEVADA
HUMANITIES
Explore: The Museum at Mabel Hoggard is funded in part by Nevada Humanities,
Nevada’s nonprofit council affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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To explore
THE MUSEUM
GRAND OPENING
at
MABEL HOGGARD
MAGNET SCHOOL
on
Friday, June 3, 2011
at
10:30 a.m.
Open house and reception to follow
MABEL HOGGARD MAGNET SCHOOL
7f>0 N ‘TONOPAH GMS VEGAS, NV W1M
MABEL HOGGARD SCHOOL
SIXTH GRADE GRADUATION
JUNE 8, 1977
PROCESSIONAL . . . . . . . .MS. WILLIAMS
INVOCATION JENNIFER RICHARDS
PLEDGE .... BRIAN POPE & ANGELA BURTON
"BATTLE HYMN OF THE
REPUBLIC"6TH GRADE CLASSES
WELCOME MRS. MABEL HOGGARD
FLUTE DUETREGINA FLOYD &
JENNIFER RICHARDS
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR .... HEIDI HULSE REGINA FLOYD JUAN PAGAN
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS TEACHERS
GRADUATION CERTIFICATES . . DR. GASTON & 6TH GRADE TEACHERS
RECESSIONALMRS. WILLIAMS
MABEL HOGGARD
SIXTH GRADE CENTER
ROADRUNNERS
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

ark schools agree on meeting
P . n Z^y
By Margo Fraser
R-J Staff Writer
A special meeting to hear the opinions of district teachers on intra-district transfer problems was approved Thursday by the Clark County School District Trustees.
Trustee Janet Sobel suggested the board’s personnel subcommittee meet in an open hearing to hear “problems, concerns add confusions that teachers have had with transfer policies.”
The subcommittee is comprised of Sobel and Trustees Virginia Brooks Brewster and Herman Van Betten.
“I want the personnel
subcommittee to hear and evaluate any problems that teachers have had,” said Sobel.
“I think this is a very difficult problem, because most of the problems arise when we have population shifts that necessitate transfers,” said Van Betten, “but I think it is a good idea to have a meeting.”
The meeting, not yet definitely scheduled, takes place next week in the board room of the Education Center.
In other board action, the trustees approved the 1977- 78 Title I program at a cost of $1,909,729.
Elise Johnson, Title I director, explained the total
ftinds come from three sources—federal Title I funding, Impact Aid Funds and State Title I Migrant funding.
The program, federally mandated in 1965, provides reading and math instruction to low-achieving students.
Johnson said the program serves more than 3,600 students in Clark County. Funds were increased $400,000 from the current year.
Brewster warned Johnson: “I will be watching this program,” saying she feels more schools on the west side town need the program.
One new school, Burkholder
Junior High School in Henderson, has been added to the list of schools with Title I units.
“I would like to see Title I in the kindergarten before the junior high schools,” said Brewster.
The trustees also voted to increase the salary for substitute teachers for 1977-78 and again next year.
Substitutes who now earn $32.10 per day will earn $35.30 next year and $37.05 the following year.
If a substitute replaces a teacher more than 10 days, he will earn $47 per day next year and $43.05 the following year.
who have attained honor roll status. ORT, Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training endorses a high level of
quality career, education and the continuity of Jewish Life. 1
I Mabel W. Hoggard, left, joins 6th grade students John Ross and Sharon Davis in a
r shrubbery-planting ceremony at Mabel W. Hoggard Elementary School. Juanita Williams’
|> 6th grade class contributed the plants as part of a beautification project for the school.
) Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hulse provided the gardening and planting expertise to the class.
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Mabel W. Hoggard, left, joins 6th grade students John Ross and Sharon Davis in a
shrubbery-planting ceremony at Mabel W. Hoggard Elementary School. Juanita Williams’
6th grade class contributed the plants as part of a beautification project for the school.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hulse provided the gardening and planting expertise to the class.
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Vicious Circle See by the papers the Mabel
Hoggard School at 950 North Tonopah
will remain an elementary school, instead
of being changed into a sixth grade
center, as was previously ordered bp the
Clark County School District Board of
Trustees last March.
The order to convert it to a sixth grade
center was in accord with the district’s
federal court-approved integration plan
where elementary students from West
Las Vegas bused to other areas of town,
and sixth grade students bused to
various centers in West Las Vegas.
This to give equal educational opportunity.
The former criterioh for racial mix
was 50 per cent. Now the federal court
order was changed to permit 60 per
cent minority in a school before it is to
be considered outside the legal male.
The president of the HoggaiqParent-
Teacher Association claims the federal
judge merely changed the magic
number from 50 per cent to 60 per cent,
and the school would eventually face a
similar situation, when the percentage
of black students exceeds 60 per cent —
which is pretty much of a certainty^
What will happen then? Will there be
a further softening of percentage, or will
Hoggard school then become a sixth
grade center?
Despite the fact the federal government
through its judiciary is still finding
many school districts in violation concerning
integrated education, there
seems to be slippage in the push for it.
The neighborhood school concept is a
great issue for politicians — especially
when they are running for offices which
have nothing to do with any educational
policy determination.
There have been sporadic efforts for a
constitutional amendment to bar busing
for racial purpose.
Just a few days ago, there was a news
report in the SUN about two women
educators contending mandatory busing
with the purpose of integration often
has contributed instead to racial and
economic segregation.
They cite Detroit, where there are no
longer enough white pupils to go around
to satisfy a percentage formula for integrated
schoolrooms.
They are concerned with poor
academic performance of minorities,
and contend educators should address
themselves to “an anlysis of the
strengths, weaknesses, and needs of
each school system, school, classroom,
and ultimately each child.”
That would be fine — if it could work.
But that’s pretty much contrary to what
exists now and what existed before the
thrust for integrated education via the
bus.
It is an Utopian concept, realistically
impossible except in a 12-student rural
school.
The pure solution to the school
problem is integrated housing and
neighborhood schools. But to have integrated
housing, the minorities must
have equal employment opportunity. To
have that, they require equal
educational opportunity — which
resolves itself into an endless circle.
Despite all of its faults, to give up now
on the effort for integrated education
would be a step backward.
THE NAACP YOUTH COUNCIL
PRESENTS
A BOUQUET OF LOVE
TO
MRS. MABEL HOGGARD
SATURDAY. MAY 3. 1980 7 30 PM
MABEL HOGGARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PROGRAM
LIFT EVERY VOICE AND SING.......................
(Mrs. Grace McGlothen, Pianist)
Audience
INVOCATION......................................................................... - ..........................................
MUSICAL INTERLUDE ................................................... Mrs. Grace McGlothen
- DINNER -
THE OCCASION
.... Mr. Burt Proctor President, Youth Group
MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES
. Mrs. Virginia Brewster
Clark County School District Board of Trustees
YOUTH GROUP (NAACP)
"A BOUQUET OF LOVE"
ST. PAUL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST CHOIR
GOSPEL TORNADOES
INTRODUCTION OF GUEST SPEAKERMrs. Virginia Brewster
GUEST SPEAKER Or. Claude Perkins
Superintendent, Clark County School District
AWARDS...................................... . . Mr. Burt Proctor
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS/REMARKSMistress of Ceremonies
BENEDICTIONkev. Jesse D. Scott
DREAMS
Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly.
Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow.
—Langston Hughes
NAACP YOUTH GROUP OFFICERS
Mr. Burt Proctor, President
Mr. Lavelle Harris, Vice President
Ms. Crystal Strong, Secretary
Ms. Lois Scott, Treasurer
NAACP EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Mr. Bernard Hamilton, Jr., Chairman
Mrs. Charlotte Cook
Mrs. Maggie Pearson
Dr. Edwin T. Witt
Dr. Ruth Pitts, Co-chairman and Act-So Advisor
Dr. John Pitts
Mrs, Bobbie Troutman, Program Coordinator
Give me my flowers while I yet live
so that I may see beauty that they bring...

2 LAS VEGAS SUN
Tuesday, Sept 17, 1974
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Equal Rights Amendment so men can quench the flames in the ladies’ room.
There hasn’t been much said — just a .brief newstory — but the announcement that the Nevada Test Site is under consideration for the location of a plant to store radioactive waste from the country’s nuclear power plants doesn't thrill me a bit.
My suggestion would be to try something under the ice-packs of the Arctic sea.
When Clark County Democrats put on a fund raising campaign recently, gag pictures of candidates were used for publicity purposes.
One of the pictures showed county commission candidate Thalia Dondero in her kitchen canning tomatoes while preparing a speech.
Recently, wallcing her precinct in search of votes, she found the key issue among women concerns the fact that their fruits and vegetables are spoiling due to inferior lids manufactured by a leading firm.
Thalia promised to consult with the Consumer’s League and register a complaint.
That’s a campaign promise she’ll keep.
When nice things happen to friends it’s almost like they’ve happened to you.
( ,. Our congratulations to Mabel
\ Hoggard, whose complete dedication to X. education has been rewarded by having
a school named after her. The Bonanza school has been designated as Mabel Hoggard school.
A nicer thing couldn’t happen to a nicer person.
Ernie Becker can give a gal something to think about.
Listening to him expound on one of his favorite subjects — scholarships for UNLV athletes — we became aware of an often overlooked benefit. As Ernie explains, the scholarship program not only aids those athletes with exceptional abilities, who might go on to become exciting stars in sports; but it gives many others an opportunity for an education that might otherwise not be available to them.
All football players are not 0. J. Simpsons, nor are basketball players Bill Waltons, but it takes a full team of players to win. Each one of those players, who are receiving scholarships, might be in school only because of that scholarship.
Actually Ernie is so sincere about this Whole tiring that it makes me wonder how anyone could possibly stay away from the Rebel’s Club Barbecue at the Convention Center Sept. 25.
Of course it’s strictly for the guys, so that lets us women out. But the price is right — five dollars — for hot dogs and beer — introductions to all the players — and a fun evening. All the money goes to scholarships.
Your contribution might be the one that gives some young guy a chance for an education, and brings athletic honors to UNLV.
Quotable quote: “The pessimist grumbles because God puts thorns on roses; the optimist thanks God that He put roses on thorns.” ,
Have a Good Day, RUTHE D.
School in my honor.
To those of yoM who can recall our school situation in 1946-
surely you feel with me a tangible sense of accomplishment. Mary
of you are j c oa.l-usoo'j uunuAaWwcAuP Pe ui ■fm-’ln/ne tnm eraronry bnnno-unrns »-w ire • Cannon spent wit.h
me *p lanning the upsra«dm*in*hs*>' pnxr opraamm on-ip m+>eo six •Wnre^s+t tL a.stVr egas e,lementary
schools.Mrs.Cannon,on behalf of the many children whom
you aided and their parents,please accept my thanks.
Although we've come a long, long way in
for our children,there are still miles
educational advancement
and miles to go in MANI"
As a long time member of our country's largest minority group,I
take every opportunity possible to impress upon our majority group
the LEtMW -E importance of and. the need for the use of oualilied
minority brain power at the DECISION MAKING LEVEL in ALL of
our educational institutions.
Om^ when the horizoris of ALL children havA been broadened-when chil
are motivated to move ahead,to secure the education they must have
in order to fill positions of responsibilityin our society,then-and
only then,will we be able to make much needed change possible withou
undue painful conflict. Again,many thanks to you for this high
honor and a special thank you to Architect Trustee,Mrs,Bernice Moten