Wednesday, July 27, 2016
LCPS Mission: The Las Cruces Public Schools, in partnership with students, families, and the community, provides a student-centered learning environment that cultivates character, fosters academic excellence, and embraces diversity.
LCPS News / Announcements
LEAP School

LEAP Program Returns to Mesilla Valley Alternative Middle School

The newly-restructured Leading Edge Accelerated Program (LEAP) at Mesilla Valley Alternative Middle School is now accepting applications for students interested in enrolling in the program for the 2016-17 school year. “The LEAP program gives students and parents, another option for middle school ... read more.
JUMP Students

Kids get a Jump Start on the School Year

The Joint Ungraded Multiage Primary (JUMP) program started classes Monday, July 5, as part of the program’s unique curriculum that is designed to get kindergarten through second-grade students who are at risk of failure or retention. The program also helps students to meet or exceed their academic ... read more.
Crystal Valdez SFO Certification

LCPS Controller Earns Nationally-Recognized Certification

This Summer, Crystal Valdez, LCPS controller, became only the second school business official in New Mexico to earn the Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations designation through the Association of School Business Officials International. “My job is not just crunching numbers, ... read more.
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District Audit Committee To Meet

On Tuesday, July 19, the District’s Audit Committee will meet in the Superintendent’s Conference Room in the Administration Building, 505 S. Main.  The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m.  The public is welcome to attend and listen to discussions that relate to the audit of the district’s financial ... read more.
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LCPS ASKS PARENTS FOR HELP TO PREPARE FOR EXTREME HEAT

LAS CRUCES—The Las Cruces Public Schools is initiating precautionary measures to prepare for extreme heat this week. Weather reports have predicted that temperatures could rise to as high as 106-degrees, and temperatures could be even higher for students who ride a school bus to attend a variety of ... read more.
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K-3 Plus Classes Begin for More Than 3,000 Students

School is back in session for nearly 3,300 students and 300 teachers participating in the K-3 Plus program, an optional early education program, which offers kindergarten through third-grade students 25 additional days of classroom instruction, prior to the start of the regular school year. The ... read more.
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Superintendent Search Process Begins

LAS CRUCES—The search for the next LCPS Superintendent begins on Thursday, July 7 when 62 community residents meet for the first time as members of the Superintendent Search Advisory Committee. The group includes LCPS teachers, staff and administrators, parents and students, and representatives ... read more.
Summer Grad 2016

41 Students Graduate at Summer School Commencement

Surrounded by crowds of friends and family, 41 students received their graduation diplomas at the Las Cruces Public Schools annual summer commencement ceremony, Thursday, June 30, at 6 p.m. in the Mayfield High School Gymnasium, 1955 N. Valley Dr. Students from all six Las Cruces high schools ... read more.
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