Two more employees with Las Cruces Public Schools tested positive for COVID-19 as of Wednesday, according to district officials. These cases bring the total number of LCPS employees who have tested positive to 14.
The employees are assigned to Highland …Read More
Parents: P-EBT benefits for students on free or reduced meals have been extended, funds will be added to existing cards beginning in October. If you qualify and have not received …Read More
An employee at Alameda Elementary School reported a positive test result for COVID-19 on Monday. As a result, the school was closed Tuesday to allow for deep cleaning.
This case brings the total number of …Read More
Suicide is not a topic that is easy to talk about. The word itself remains somewhat taboo in many families and cultures. Yet, more young people are dying of suicide …Read More
An employee at Zia Middle School reported a positive test result for COVID-19 on Monday. As a result, the school was closed at 3:30 p.m. to allow for deep cleaning. This …Read More
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During online learning in July, student advisory council members, Stephen Ewing and …Read More
This month, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) selected Alexis Black, a science teacher at Mayfield High School as a member for the 2020-2023 BioInteractive Ambassador Academy.
Black has been an …Read More
Total Number Infected is now 10
Two more Las Cruces Public Schools employees have reported positive test results for COVID-19. One employee is at Hermosa Heights Elementary and the other is at Mesa Middle School, according to LCPS …Read More
Last Tuesday, the Las Cruces Public School Board voted unanimously to remain in a remote learning model throughout the fall 2020 semester. In addition, the LCPS School Board voted to …Read More
Jed Hendee was close to completing his dissertation on his path to earning his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration from New Mexico State University’s College of Education when he …Read More