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Keyword: Las Cruces Public Schools
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Second in a two-part series on Las Cruces Public Schools Because of continuing population growth in that area, the construction of one or two new elementary schools on the East Mesa like will be at the top when Las Cruces Public Schools puts together its final list of bond projects to go before voters in February 2022, LCPS Superintendent Karen Trujillo said. more
After the LCPS district’s decision to begin fully online learning in July, Student Advisory Council members, Stephen Ewing and Adelaide Olberding, came up with an online service to connect struggling elementary students with high school tutors. more
“Stuff the Bus,” the annual radio-station-led school supply drive that has benefitted Las Cruces Public Schools for more than a decade, had to be modified this year in response to public health orders related to COVID-19. more
“The community of Las Cruces is awesome and amazing,” Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo said of the community’s response to COVID-19. more
Athletes, Parents, and Sports fans of Las Cruces, on Friday, September 4, 2020 the Field of Dreams Soccer and Football complex will turn on the game field lights for 21-minutes starting at 7:30 p.m. in support of the LCPS 2020-21 seniors and for all fall sport athletes that have had their seasons altered. more
Online donations are still being collected for the Stuff the Bus Radiothon fundraiser, which will help support students at home while in-person learning is on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Most of us looked forward to the beginning of 2020, the beginning of a new decade. Unfortunately, for most of us, this year has brought with it new challenges and never-lived circumstances. more
Las Cruces Public Schools has released its Red Plan for welcoming students back to school for the 2020-2021 school year. The plan outlines new protocols for instruction, technology and nutrition services while students are in a fully online, remote setting beginning Wednesday, Aug. 12. more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education voted unanimously at its Aug. 4 meeting to rename Oñate High School Organ Mountain High School. The name change will be effective with the beginning of the 2021-22 school year. more
Following a presentation of the 2020 Return Plan to the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education on Tuesday, July 14, and more than three hours of discussion with the board, LCPS Superintendent Dr. Karen Trujillo announced that administration would focus on transitioning students to remote learning beginning Aug. 12 – the original day of instruction to begin. more
Las Cruces Public Schools, following the collective work of the Re-Entry Task Force, has finalized a hybrid plan for students, teachers and staff to return to the classroom in the fall. more
At the request of community members, the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education will consider possibly renaming Oñate High School at a special meeting on July 14. more
Spencer Hart has been a football enthusiast since he was a toddler, and he’s played in some capacity since the age of four. He’s just about to enter high school, and he’s excited to play for the Mayfield Trojans. more
Las Cruces Public Schools will adjust the hours of breakfast and lunch distribution beginning June 17 to safeguard personnel against rising summer temperatures. Meal sites staffed by Families and Youth, Inc. (FYI) will maintain their regular schedule. more
Three high schools in the Las Cruces Public Schools district have been named in the top 15 schools in New Mexico, according to a report by U.S. News and World Report. more
As the first week of remote learning wraps up amid a statewide shutdown to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Las Cruces Public Schools administrators and staff report the transition is “going well.” more
After an announcement by the New Mexico Public Education Department Friday, March 27, that schools would remain closed through the rest of the year and students would be on a pass/fail basis rather than a letter-grade system for the duration, Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo said Las Cruces schools will move forward. more
While the Las Cruces Space Festival has been canceled, the enthusiasm for all things space has not. The children of Las Cruces Public Schools turned in their work to a poster contest, and the quantity and quality of the artwork is testament to the lasting dream of space travel. more
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