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"I was taken totally by surprise," said Carla Archuleta, principal of Alta Vista Elementary, when the new Questa school board moved to appoint her interim superintendent at about midnight at the end of a marathon six-hour meeting Jan. 21, replacing interim Cathy Gallegos. more
A measure that would give tribes in New Mexico more control over education initiatives in their communities advanced in the state House on Friday (Jan. 31). The House Education Committee … more
For several weeks, officials at Questa Independent Schools say the district has largely been without internet causing serious interruptions in the day-to-day process of starting the school … more
Students cannot learn if they are not in school, and one Taos-based group is helping parents and schools keep students in their seats. more
On average, the Taos Public Library has 10,000 people walk through its front doors each month. more
The Highlands program, which may go into effect as soon as March, allows nontraditional students who have earned bachelor’s degrees and have worked in certain careers to earn a teaching certificate. more
Some may think celebrating Dr. Seuss is "just a kid's thing." But the author's universal messages of diversity, tolerance and environmental conservation continue to be important today. more
The following are the 2019 Science Fair winners of Arroyos del Norte Elementary School: more
Law enforcement officers stationed on New Mexico's public school campuses could become required to receive specialized training in how to act in an educational environment. Lawmakers on the state … more
Like his classmates at Peñasco High School, José Velarde, known to friends and family as JJ, was upset not to walk up on a stage and accept his high school … more
The tradition of healing with plants and medicinal food has deep roots in the Southwest and Mexico. In reponse to community interest about traditional healing, University of New Mexico-Taos is … more
The first class to graduate from high school in the Taos area was the Class of 1909 at the San Francisco de Asis Mission in Ranchos De Taos on Friday, April 23, 1909. Receiving their … more
To experience the spirit of Christmas, the songs, the love and the laughter, in Taos County, a person need search no further than this year's Q Town Drama Club's production of "The Little Town of Christmas." more
Taos has a couple of early childhood centers that could benefit from the resolution if it now makes it past the Senate. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday named a longtime New Mexico educator as her Cabinet secretary of public education, ending weeks of speculation about who would be tasked with fulfilling the … more
The University of New Mexico-Taos is proud to announce that the Veterans Upward Bound program has been nominated for 2017 Secretary of Defense Freedom Award from the New Mexico National Guard and Reserves. … more
The Taos Municipal School District partners with more than 65 community organizations in order to provide support for its students and give them the best chance to learn and be successful. more
More than 40 Taos High School students participated in tests before judges in early May to earn their Seal of Biliteracy in Spanish, French and Tiwa, the traditional language of Taos Pueblo.Verónica … more
The Peñasco Independent School District board will meet today, Wednesday evening (March 4), at 6 p.m., to vote on whether to renew superintendent Lisa Hamilton's contract for the 2020-21 school year. more
Build a robot from recycled materials, weave a basket, make a car with 3D printed parts, paint a mural or embark on any of three dozen other activities at the fifth annual Invent Event at the Enos … more
In an effort to preserve an ancient building technique, Vista Grande High School is working toward adobe certifications for students interested in learning the original … more
Eighth grade 4.0 and aboveArchuleta, Amaya-Lee M.Chavez, Aricela K.Chavez, LarissaCordova-Sanchez, Lorenzo L.Delgado, AzaleaDuke, Xavier W.Duran-Romo, Brianna A.Espinoza-Sack, AlimarGarcia, Sarae … more
After hiring or appointing nine people to serve in the superintendent role over the past three years, the Mora Schools Board of Education is hoping finally to achieve … more
When she unveiled a new online “asset map” to help drive the community schools initiative in Taos, Catherine Horsey got some oohs and aahs at last week’s (Jan. 21) school board meeting. The map gives educators a comprehensive, fingertip guide to several dozen nonprofits that have signed on to support the schools – the very backbone of the community school concept. more
The University of New Mexico-Taos is investing in a new building for science, technology, engineering and math students at its Klauer Campus and staff are … more
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