Las Cruces Public Schools is pleased to announce the National Merit Scholarship Organization has recognized three students from Las Cruces High School, two students from Mayfield High School, and two …Read More
On Wednesday, motivational speaker, Kevin Atlas (Laue) talked to students at Centennial High School about the importance of facing adversity and rising up to challenges in life. At nearly seven-feet-tall, …Read More
Early Voting – October 8 – November 2
Election Day: November 5
Quick Info GuideQuick Info Guide SpanishCommunity PresentationOn November 5, 2019, Dona Ana County voters will have the choice to renew …Read More
Census 101 (What you need to know)4 ways to respondCensus 101 & Data ( what it is and why it’s
essential everyone is counted)Counting Young ChildrenConfidentiality
The Asombro Institute for Science Education has a free program coming up on Saturday, November 2nd. The Scientist Saturday Morning program takes place on the first Saturday of each month, …Read More
Hillrise Elementary School hosted Career Day on October 18, welcoming nearly 30 presenters ranging from chemical engineers, to movie producers, attorneys and Smokey the Bear.
List of Career Presenters
Gym …Read More
— Samantha Lewis, LCPS Public Relations Coordinator, 575-527-5946, firstname.lastname@example.org
Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) is conducting a survey to determine the district’s eligibility to apply for federal Impact Aid grant funds. Impact Aid is a federal grant program that …Read More
On October 3, Picacho Middle School hosted the Unified Champion Schools Soccer Tournament against Sierra Middle School. Both teams played their hearts out and received ribbons after the game along …Read More
On Friday, Highland Elementary School held its annual Jog-a-Thon fundraising event in order to help raise money for school supplies, trips and activities.
The opening ceremony took placed the morning of …Read More