All LCPS schools and the District Administration Offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 21, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. All schools and administrative offices will resume …Read More
Since April, students from Desert Hills Elementary have been working on an art collaboration lesson to identify bullying and creatively come up with graphic designs that promote kindness.
Students spent several …Read More
Sierra Middle School on Wednesday was placed on lockdown after administrators learned of a possible threat made against the school on social media. The individuals involved were quickly identified, and …Read More
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Cold and flu season is here. The NM Department of Health is reporting influenza activity throughout the United States and New Mexico. Flu symptoms may include fever, …Read More
Throughout New Mexico, high school athletic teams competing on the field have raised the bar even higher, challenging one another to inspire and empower others off the field. They are …Read More
During the month of December, the Student Council at Doña Ana Elementary School collected canned goods for community homeless shelters that help those in need.
DAESFoodDrive: Students from the Doña Ana …Read More
There will be a special meeting of the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education to discuss Columbia Elementary, which will be in a town-hall format, from 6:00 to 8:00 …Read More
[Photo: Las Cruces Police Department]With local public schools back in session for the spring semester, our partners at the Las Cruces Police Department ask that motorists drive with caution, particularly …Read More
Las Cruces Public Schools is seeking community input on two proposed instructional calendars for the 2019-20 school year. We are asking students, parents, teachers and community members to take a few …Read More
The Las Cruces Lions Club AdultSight Program, in partnership with Western Sky Community Care, will host the “Gift of Sight” event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. …Read More