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High school graduations in Taos have largely changed this year, but that is not stopping the community from giving their grads a proper celebration.  Community members have gathered together … more
Garbology is the study of garbage. Where does all of our garbage go after we throw it away? more
Taos High School hosted one of their largest fairs of the year with the 2019 Taos Connect: College/Transition/Career Fair. The fourth annual event brought over 80 exhibitors to the Taos High … more
Challenge No. 8 will require a little help from a family member. What is your favorite place to read, play music or draw? Have someone take a nice, high-resolution photo of you in your favorite spot doing an activity you enjoy. more
Some of the rise in water is caused by glaciers melting. Glaciers are melting faster because the atmosphere is getting hotter and hotter from the greenhouse gas emissions. This is mostly humans' fault. more
The trapeze and fabrics move through the space rapidly as the students prepare for their upcoming performances in March. more
From building cars with 3D printed wheels to weaving, programming robots to pedaling power for milkshakes, this year's Invent Event in Taos will have dozens of … more
Get your comprehensive guide to all the school information in Taos and beyond for the upcoming year in this week's The Taos News. more
Students, set those alarm clocks and shine your apples, the first day of school is fast approaching.Most of the schools in Taos County will be opening their doors for … more
Materials needed: Epic snowfall, plastic bucket, lots of time and proper outdoor wear (gloves, big jacket, hat, scarf and snow boots). more
Taos High School was placed on a brief lockdown Wednesday (Jan. 29) afternoon after a student allegedly made a verbal threat to a teacher.  “A student made a comment to a teacher and walked out of the classroom,” said Taos Police Chief David Trujillo.  more
In the small town of Costilla, students wake up and ready themselves every morning for a quick trip to their school. That trip could turn into a 20-minute … more
As the 2018 Taos Tigers football team readies for Saturday’s state championship game at the hometown Anaya Field, the community also readies for that age old tradition of small-town high school spirit. more
Questa school board member Ellis Garcia was issued a letter today (Oct. 23) by the New Mexico Attorney General's office advising him to step down from his position within 14 days due to Garcia's 1992 felony conviction for conspiracy to commit arson. more
Taos High School had a midsummer high school graduation Monday (June 22) for a few students who finished up their final requirements a little later in the school year. District superintendent Lillian … more
Last week, Santa Fe District Judge Sarah Singleton’s contentious decision on a 2014 case has many in the state cheering from the classroom. In her decision, Singleton indicated the state is … more
Nature is a joyful thing, like when we go skiing or take a hike. Other times, it’s super scary, like during a bad storm. And the environment is always changing, meaning we can always learn new … more
New Mexico students won’t return to regular classrooms this school year as the state continues fighting the spread of COVID-19, the deadly illness caused by coronavirus. more
Question: As a kid, what do you think of climate change and what should we do about it? more
Former University of New Mexico -Taos branch leader Kate O'Neill was confirmed as the Cabinet Secretary for the New Mexico Higher Education Department on Feb. … more
Hackers took control of Taos Municipal Schools digital services Feb. 28 using ransomware and demanded $5,000 for return of control to the district. more
Taos High School students took the stage to give their final presentations for their bilingual literacy seal. The 32 students gave proficiency presentations in their … more
Members of the Taos Day School Girl's Empowerment Club traveled to Santa Fe Wednesday (Feb. 20) to get a real feel about the ins and outs of the state legislature. Students worked as pages for for … more
Teachers, administrators and students have some celebrating to do as Taos High School graduation rates have increased by four percent from the previous year. The … more
Lucia Polchies swept her soldering torch over a piece of metal, fashioning it into the likeness of a rhinoceros head.The 22-year-old Santa Fe resident loves the … more
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