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Archive for June, 2017



LAS CRUCES—Students who are enrolled in Arrowhead Park Early College High School or Arrowhead Park Medical Academy will begin their summer session classes on Monday, July 3.  There will be no classes on Tuesday, July 4. Principal Jennifer Amis said the 9th- and 10th-grade students begin the ... read more.

ADF: Wellness for Students and Staff

ADF-Wellness for Students and Staff
Boys' State Photo

Centennial Students Attend State Leadership Programs

Two groups of students from Centennial High School (CHS) recently spent a portion of their summer honing their leadership skills at separate leadership trainings across New Mexico. CHS Juniors Connor Olson, August Rannow, Andrew Angel and Ryan Ortiz, all participated in the American Legion’s New ... read more.

EFD: Student Meal Applications, Prices, and Charges

EFD: Student Meal Applications, Prices, and Charges

LCPS Superintendent Given 2-Year Contract

Following many words of praise for the work he has done since he arrived in Las Cruces, Dr. Greg Ewing, Superintendent of the Las Cruces Public Schools, was given a two-year contract by the Las Cruces Board of Education.  The contract is effective July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2019 and was based on ... read more.

JLJ: Student Nutrition

JLJ Student Nutrition

Football Rivalry / School Board Mtg Recap

Drawing a standing-room-only crowd of parents, students and community members, the announcement that the Oñate-Centennial High School rivalry football game would be played Thursday, Nov. 2 at Aggie Memorial Stadium drew support from the broad range of high school representatives in attendance. As ... read more.
Burrell College Donation

Burrell College Students Host Elementary Clothing Drive

Determined to leave a positive impact on the community during their relatively short tenure in Las Cruces, students enrolled in the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (BCOM) ten-month, post-baccalaureate Foundations in Biomedical Science program, spent the month of May collecting nearly 400 ... read more.
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