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State Rep. Derrick Lente spent much of the last year crisscrossing New Mexico to speak with Native American leaders about the needs of kids in their communities. To address them, he sponsored a handful of legislation endorsed by all 23 of the state's tribes. more
Seventy-five students entered in this year's fair with a wide variety of project topics and themes. more
This has been ongoing for several years, and this current vote is a mere continuance of the levy that has been in place. more
A film about the world after climate destruction, written, acted, filmed and edited by kids and a podcast about the homeless in Taos. A public service announcement … more
Urijah is one of the first students from Questa to represent Taos County in the state bee. more
In 2018, Anansi was designated a Blue Ribbon School by U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for the school's academic achievement and progress. more
Results are in and Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers scores across New Mexico have increased from the previous year and local names have made the top of the states … more
In the absence of a graduation ceremony, the Angel Fire community found a novel way to celebrate Moreno Valley High School's Class of 2020.  The Seniors Parade  more
On Oct. 18, the sun shone brightly on a trailer in the TISA parking lot.But this was no ordinary trailer. This trailer was covered in colorful comic book-style illustrations of firemen and women as … more
The Taos Democratic party will be hosting an educational talk about education as special guest Karen Trujillo will be speaking about schools for the upcoming years. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. … more
There is plenty to do: New Mexico's children lag in almost every statistical category. more
Costilla parents and other concerned citizens voiced their fears, frustrations and outrage Monday evening (July 29) to the Questa Independent School District … more
Taos Academy Charter students designed a drone to fly over wildfires and reduce the chances of fanning the flames. Taos High School students pitched the plans for a solar-powered computer lab. more
With the first day of the 2019-2020 school year a little over two weeks away, staff at Enos Garcia Elementary School are scrambling to acquire essential supplies - such … more
Samuel Joseph Smith III graduated recently from New Mexico State University with a 3.915 GPA and a bachelor's in geomatics.Smith is the son of Valentina Romero and Samuel Joseph Smith Jr. He grew up … more
Questa High School 2020 graduates Christina Cisneros and Kiana Passino got some good news this week. Both won $5,000 scholarships from the Chevron Questa … more
In the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, one Taos nonprofit is giving kids stuck at home something to do.TrueKids1 hosted its first ever Digital Day Camp for … more
The Taos Milagro Rotary Club Community Grants Program will make three $1,000 grants available on or about April 12, 2019. The grants are designed to impact the local community. "We seek to impact … more
Full-time and part-time faculty at the University of New Mexico voted by wide margins this week to form unions. more
Two Peñasco school board members on Wednesday (June 17) proposed a board workshop to address the "goals and expectations" of district Superintendent Lisa … more
Taos High School earned bragging rights in the kitchen as the restaurant management team is headed for the national ProStart competition. Following a semester of … more
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