The third annual Las Cruces Festival of Trees was a wondrous occasion for families as they strolled through a dazzling display of decorated Christmas trees. More than fifty trees were …Read More
Las Cruces Public Schools and the New Mexico State University Department of Public Health Sciences invite you to join us in an effort to strengthen community and build resilience.
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A handful of elementary and middle-school students were recently selected as finalists and winners for this year’s salad bar writing competition. The writing contest was held this year for student’s …Read More
UPDATE, DECEMBER 2, 2018: Students at Alameda Elementary School continue their “Catch the Wave of Kindness” campaign. During the month of November, students made artwork for the residents of the …Read More
During the month of November, Desert Hills Elementary School performed in the top 20 percent of schools around the nation that participated in the FLUency School Health Program.
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On Thursday, Nov. 15th, students from two classes at Rio Grande Preparatory Institute served Thanksgiving meals to members of the community.
The City of Las Cruces Community Centers served their annual …Read More
High school marching bands in Las Cruces wrapped up the season at NMSU’s Tournament of Bands.
Students from the Oñate High School Royal Knight Regiment compete in the Tournament of Bands …Read More
New Mexico in Depth will host a screening of “Paper Tigers,” a documentary by director James Redford that follows a year in the life of a high school that radically changed …Read More
Isabella Armendariz, a ninth grade student from Arrowhead Park Medical Academy, was recently selected to be a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Lowell, Mass.
In order to …Read More
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education Work Session, which recessed at approximately 5:05 p.m., will reconvene at 7:55 p.m.