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Mokoomba shows their moves

Zimbabwe’s “hottest band” Mokoomba took a short break from their touring schedule to teach some Taos Charter students the ins and outs of Afro Rock. The group, scheduled to play at … more

Tigresa De La Semana: Ciera Maria Trujillo

Ciera María Trujillo es la Tigresa de La Semana debido a su trabajo y dedicación en la escuela y en su vida. Ciera nació en Taos, Nuevo México, el 28 de noviembre de 1999. Ella es hija de Mike y Andrea Trujillo y la hermana menor de Leah y Miquela Trujillo. more

Let Them Wear Cloaks!

We talked to the experts, so you really should keep reading. The experts are also known as Taos Academy National Junior Honor Society students. If you haven't heard of them, don't feel left out because they are brand new to Taos Academy's National Honor Society. more

Stayin' Alive at the TYFC

By TISA TALKS fifth-grader Amelia MartínezPhotographs by TISA fourth-grader Abigail GarciaImagine this: you're at the pool watching your 2-year-old cousin while your mom gets food. Your cousin … more

Taos schools graduate above state average

For the past three years, several schools in the Taos area graduated students at a rate higher than the state's average. Others have fluctuated widely in graduation rates. more

Governor says she'll sign raise for teachers

New Mexico's lowest-paid teachers are in for a raise. more

High school student detained, booked into juvenile detention after threat

A Taos High School student was detained and later booked into juvenile detention Monday (March 5) after police say the student made a threat Friday (March 2) to shoot the school, according to Taos police. School Resource Officer Henry Sanchez was dispatched to … more

Princeton seeks applicants for free journalism program

High school juniors can apply for an all-expenses-paid journalism and college preparation program held at Princeton University, Aug. 3 - 13.  more

An A Team player brings his A chess game

Looking out the window on his way to school, Taos Academy student Orion Forest Joseph is always thinking of his next move.Quiet moments … more

Pancake breakfast supports Newspapers in Education

Enjoy a great breakfast and support Newspapers in Education by purchasing a ticket to the "Short Stack for a Tall Cause" pancake breakfast Saturday (March 3) in Taos to benefit Newspapers in Education. The breakfast takes place from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at St. James Episcopal Church, 208 Camino de Santiago at Gusdorf Road. more
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