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"You never give up," said Taos International School founder Nadine Vigil. "If you believe in something, you do it." Vigil worked for Taos schools for 35 years, retired for four years, got bored - then in 2013 wrote the charter for TIS and still serves as its director and head administrator. more
The LANL Foundation is accepting applications for $2500 education and community outreach grants. more
Kate O’Neill will take over the Higher Education Department as the state struggles to stretch the dollars... more
Taos High School’s culinary Management Team is headed to Washington D.C. after finishing first in the New Mexico ProStart Invitational. The New Mexico Restaurant Association hosts the … more
Tiny Tim may yet walk on his own, thanks in no small part to a group of Dixon kids. more
Arianna Ortega and Isabelle Rael, both Questa High School seniors, are finishing out their year on a high note. Both have received scholarships from the Los … more
An unfunded mandate by state lawmakers and the governor to increase teacher pay is forcing the Taos Municipal Schools district to get creative with funding and … more
"How did you say, daughter, that the natives called that marvelous food?" Reverend Mother asked Sister María."When the pod is on the vine, they call in 'tsileh-nuh.' But when the dish … more
Taos Charter School will dismiss at noon on Friday (Sept. 13), according to school officials. Buses 7 and 14 will pick up Taos Charter School students at 11:30 a.m.   Parents and guardians … more
Most schools in Taos County have some celebrating to do now that the state test scores are in.Almost all the public and charter schools in the county saw … more
Eighth grade, 4.0 GPA and aboveArchuleta, Amaya-Lee MChavez, Aricela KChavez, LarissaCordova-Sanchez, Lorenzo LDuke, Xavier WDuran-Romo, Brianna AEspinoza-Sack, AlimarFlores, TatianaGarcia, Sarae … more
Taos students spent all semester on their art projects and the time has come to hang them for all to see.The annual Celebramos Student Art Show kicked off this week as … more
As the November election draws nearer, Northern New Mexico College is asking voters in the Taos, Río Arriba and Santa Fe counties to approve a two-mill levy to fund … more
By Joleen Montoya Dye and Anne LevineThe cost of pursuing postsecondary education can be overwhelming. While every situation is different, we believe there is an affordable option for everyone. The … more
Our columnist encourages all those considering postsecondary education to plan ahead, especially high school juniors. Here are simple steps juniors can take now... more
Half of New Mexico's students became disengaged following the state's shift to online classes at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, causing many schoolchildren to lose three months to a year's … more
After working as an educator for 25 years, Leslie Baker wanted to have more of an impact. So she worked as a state ambassador with the New Mexico teacher leader network … more
Here's a reflection on my first semester in college in the form of a few tips to help you get through yours. more
On Feb. 11, the third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Taos Integrated School for the Arts went to Yu Garden for a Chinese New Year lunch. Megan Bowers Avina has been bringing her class to Yu Garden … more
Do you know that stereotypes, myths and stigma can keep people from getting help for mental illness? TISA middle schoolers know. On Feb. 7, Brenda Steele, a certified peer support worker, made her … more
Sometimes, wishes really do come true. Such was the case for Liam Martinez, a cheerful, bright-eyed first-grader at Alta Vista Elementary School in Questa. After one of his doctors submitted his name to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Liam recently found himself on a plane headed for Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where he spent a wonder-filled week in early October accompanied by his mom, Samantha Griffin, and his cousin, second-grader Drake Ortega. more
Leaving New Mexico wasn't a maybe - it was a have-to for Jesse Wood, a Farmington kid who graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2014. Like thousands of other … more
Nine-year-old Asher Dean, a student at Arroyos del Norte Elementary School north of Taos, submitted an essay to a U.S. Forest Service contest and won the honor of lighting the nation's Christmas tree on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building on Dec. 3. more
A bill calling for a new endowment to create a revenue stream for early childhood programs was approved Monday (Jan. 27) by the Senate Education Committee -- surviving its first test in the Legislature. more
What’s for lunch today? When’s that game happening? Is there a delay because of the snow? These are just some of the dozens of questions parents have to think about. Before the start … more
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