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The Taos News is hosting a pancake breakfast Saturday (Nov. 2) from 8 a.m. to noon to raise funds for Newspapers in Education. The breakfast takes place at St. James Episcopal Church, 208 Camino De Santiago (at Gusdorf), Taos. more
When farmers plant their field, it takes just a season to see the harvest of that crop. But when it comes to conservation education for youth, it’s a long-term investment, says Peter Vigil, … more
The heat from the stove was nothing compared to the pressure of the ticking clock."Twenty-three minutes," a timekeeper shouted at the Taos High School Culinary Arts … more
In an effort to put a ransomware attack behind them, the Taos Municipal Schools Board voted 3-0 Monday (April 1) to approve funds for a forensic company to clear the … more
The Taos Civil Air Patrol spread their wings at the recent Taos High School Taos Connect: College/Transition/Career Fair on Wednesday (Feb. 13). Students flocked to the Civil Air Patrol booth … more
Students from the Tiwa Language Program at Enos Garcia Elementary hosted an open house for parents and friends Thursday (Feb. 21) which brought community members and … more
State police are investigating a January incident at Taos High School that could lead to sexual exploitation charges against some students.New Mexico State Police is … more
A scholarship plan aimed at covering all college tuition and expense costs for New Mexicans cleared yet another hurdle when members of the Senate Education Committee voted 5-2 this week to send it to the Senate Finance Committee. more
It’s a year we’ll never forget. Amid the unfolding Coronavirus Pandemic there’s group we are excited to recognize for their hard work and achievements: more
Few issues have fired up the New Mexico Senate this session like a bill to require air conditioning on school buses in hot locales.After a vigorous, hourlong debate Saturday, senators defeated the … more
One of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's pet initiatives will soon be on her desk for a signature, after the state House of Representatives on Saturday voted 41-8 to approve a bill that would create an … more
Jordan Mirabal from Taos Pueblo will join outstanding middle school students from across the United States to take part in the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. this … more
This article will continue to be updated as more schools announce closures. more
It is scholarship time. Here are a couple of local scholarships and information on how to apply. more
You may have heard murmurs about free college in New Mexico. Students anxiously await the rollout, hopeful of making their dreams a reality. We are excited to learn along with you about the Lobo First-Year Promise and New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship. more
Six candidates running for two open positions on the Questa Independent Schools board voiced their concerns and outlined their visions for the troubled district at a forum held last night (Oct. 9) at … more
The game began with a prayer from both the monks and Taos Pueblo as the cultures came together for a friendly competition on the basketball court. more
Dr. Toni Wright, who chairs the social studies department at Taos High School, completed both her certification for National Board for Professional Teaching Standards - recognized as the most distinguished teaching credential you can get in the United States - and a PhD in educational leadership during the same month last fall. more
Approximately 300 people turned out Feb. 27 at Taos Community Auditorium for a one-time screening of "No Small Matter," a new documentary film that underscores the critical need for early childhood education. more
Vista Grande Charter High School administrators recently announced receipt of two sizable grants under the state's Indigenous Education and Community Schools Initiatives and outlined plans to restructure the school's curriculum to focus more on indigenous education. more
The Taos Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico is offering two $250 grants for education relating to native plants in the fields of botany, biology, or ecology. Our organization is … more
Students and staff at Taos High School and Taos Middle School were ordered to shelter in place Friday morning (Oct. 11) after rumors of a threat spread that were determined to not be credible, … more
Two dozen young filmmakers with the Taos-based nonprofit True Kids 1 worked with Apple and local artists in a two-day workshop Nov. 4 and 5 at Vagrant Heart. Their finished two-minute films were screened at the TCA on Nov. 5 and have now been released on YouTube. more
Roots and Wings Community school will be closed due to weather Wednesday (October 31) and is currently the only school closed in the area. more
For nearly four years, the PARCC test - has stirred up controversy over its rigorous grading and effect on teacher evaluations. more
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