*Attention parents of High School students! Please fill out the meal application online to see if your child qualifies for free or reduced meals. The application process is intended to …Read More
Student mental health must be a priority this school year
Mental Health America recognizes the profound impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on youth mental health. Therefore, as students across …Read More
Update: LCPS received updated guidance from the New Mexico Activities Association. As of now, all athletic events indoors will require masks to be worn by everyone. Masks are recommended but …Read More
Las Cruces Public Schools is creating a four-part plan to address a substitute shortage aimed at compensating teachers, proactively identifying subs and pooling additional resources. “We’ve learned throughout this pandemic, that responding to changing conditions swiftly is in the …Read More
Access to countless opportunities and experiences emerges when you put a computer and internet access in the hands of a student. Their world opens, the questions they have are suddenly …Read More
Teachers Helping Residents through InnoVative Education
Have a bachelor’s degree? Live in the Las Cruces PS or Gadsden ISD area? Interested in becoming a K-12th Special Education Teacher?
NMSU’s THRIVE Program follows …Read More
As New Mexico reinstates mask requirements for all indoor activities, Las Cruces Public Schools is staying the course with its mandate.
LCPS Superintendent Ralph Ramos made the call to require masks indoors for all staff …Read More
Fall sports will begin again this week for high school student athletes at Las Cruces Public Schools. The season will begin with volleyball and soccer starting on August 17. The …Read More
There is a lot to celebrate today as we get ready to welcome students back for a new school year. Think about that for a minute – we’re back in …Read More
It has been a while since some students have ridden to school on a big yellow bus, and before school starts Monday, parents and students are encouraged to review students’ …Read More