Las Cruces Public Schools announced that David Nuñez, social studies teacher and track and field coach at Oñate High School (OHS), has been selected as the 2019 LCPS Teacher of …Read More
In preparation for the rising summer temperatures, coupled with the start of summer classes and programs, Las Cruces Public Schools is asking parents to help plan for the elevated temperatures.
“It’s …Read More
Elementary school students and teachers from across Las Cruces Public Schools on Friday gathered at the LCPS Administration Building to unveil a new art exhibit featuring the students’ work.
Kadyn Villa-Flores, …Read More
The South Central New Mexico Association for the Gifted is set to host it’s quarterly meeting and membership drive, Thursday, May 17 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Arrowhead Park …Read More
The District Advisory Council (DAC) will meet Thursday, May 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the Camino Real Middle School library, 2961 Roadrunner Pkwy. The meeting will feature discussions …Read More
Las Cruces Public School Superintendent Greg Ewing on Thursday addressed members of the Optimist Club of Las Cruces during the group’s weekly meeting. Ewing spoke on the importance of building …Read More
Two teams of students from the Oñate High School Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program recently earned top honors in the 2018 Greater Southwest SeaPerch Challenge. The challenge required …Read More
As part of the new principal selection process at Tombaugh Elementary School, Las Cruces Public Schools will host a community input meeting at Tombaugh Elementary School, 226 Carver Road, Friday, May …Read More
The Sunrise Lions Club is once again set to host it’s annual Survivor Camp, June 4-8 at the New Mexico State University (NMSU) Activity Center. The camp is open to …Read More
Eleven students from three Las Cruces middle schools were recognized by Mayor Ken Miyagishima and City Manager Stuart Ed as winners of the City of Las Cruces Public Information Office’s …Read More