The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve the district’s 2019-20 operating budget. The budget — which is just more than $394 million dollars …Read More
During graduation week, scores of LCPS seniors returned to the halls of their elementary schools. Donning their caps and gowns, they strolled the halls one last time.
The goal of a …Read More
Las Cruces Public Schools bestowed diplomas of excellence on 1,550 seniors at six graduation ceremonies spanning two days, May 17 and 19. All of the ceremonies were held at the …Read More
Students in the third, fourth, and fifth grade from Mesilla Elementary took part in a special project, combining elements of science and art to exhibit animals on the endangered species …Read More
Commencement ceremonies for all six LCPS high schools will be streamed live, via LCPS-TV, on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18. The schedule for the graduation ceremonies is as …Read More
New Mexico State University is accepting applications for two more engaging summer camps in June 2019.
The first, a Young Writers Camp, targets students entering grades 9-12 and features the theme …Read More
Twelve third-grade students from Henry Jasso’s ENLACE class at Doña Ana Elementary on Tuesday addressed the Doña Ana Board of County Commissioners in Commission Chambers. The students presented a research …Read More
May 20 will be a very special day for sixteen Arrowhead Park Early College High School and Arrowhead Park Medical Academy students, one Centennial High School student, and their sponsors, …Read More
Whataburger is currently holding a three-week fundraiser for the Las Cruces Public Schools Foundation. All proceeds will be used to provide local teachers and students with the school supplies and …Read More
Children who will be five years old by September 1 need to pre-register for kindergarten for the 2019-20 school year. A pre-registration make-up day will take place from 10:00 a.m. …Read More