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Archive for August, 2018

Zia Middle School seventh-grader Emily Lilley is presented with a trophy and certificate after winning first place among all New Mexico students in the InvestWrite essay writing contest. Competing as a sixth-grader, Lilley won the Spring 2018 competition.

Zia Student Takes First Place in InvestWrite Essay Contest

At 12 years old, Emily Lilley already knows what she wants to be when she grows up, which company she wants to work for, and how the Investment Manager should manage the company’s assets! This exceptional seventh-grader from Zia Middle School channeled her inner financial advisor to create and ... read more.
The 2017-15 Junior Leadership Las Cruces class.

Junior Leadership Las Cruces Class Accepting Applications

The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the official kickoff of the recruitment process for the 2018-19 Junior Leadership Las Cruces program. Modeled after Chamber’s successful adult program, Leadership Las Cruces, Junior Leadership tailors each session for high school ... read more.
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NM Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum Offering Bus Scholarships

The New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum is once again offering a limited number of bus scholarships to area schools. The scholarships will assist with transportation costs to and from the museum. The bus scholarship program is designed to help provide students, who are otherwise unable to visit ... read more.
Sukarno, an alumni of the Centennial FFA chapter and a freshman at New Mexico State University, has been selected to perform in the National FFA Talent Competition.

Centennial High School Grad to Perform at National FFA Convention

Dzaki Sukarno, a member of the Centennial FFA chapter, will be on stage and in the spotlight Oct. 24-27 during the 2018 National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis. Sukarno, an alumni of the Centennial FFA chapter and a freshman at New Mexico State University — the son of Muhammad and Nani ... read more.

2018-19 Employee Appreciation Calendar

2018-19 LCPS Employee Appreciation Calendar
Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Greg Ewing, left, and Aztec Public Schools Superintendent Kirk Carpenter, right, discuss ways to improve school security during the School Safety Forum on Thursday, August 30, 2018. The event, organized by the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General, was held at Central New Mexico Community College.

LCPS Superintendent Ewing Participates in Statewide School Safety Forum

Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Greg Ewing on Thursday participated in a school safety forum in Albuquerque, featuring students, stakeholders and administrators from across the state. The roundtable discussion, which was hosted by Central New Mexico Community College, was organized by the ... read more.
Las Cruces Public Schools employees accept school supplies from Ricky T and Patricia Valencia from Magic 104.9. The supplies were collected during the radio station’s eighth annual “Stuff the Bus” campaign.

Local Businesses and Organizations Donate More Than $5,000 in School Supplies to LCPS

Thanks to generous donations this summer from Adams Radio Group of Las Cruces, Bravo Mic Communications/Magic 104.9 (KMVR-FM), the Las Cruces Kiwanis Club, Mesilla Park Community Church, Mesilla Valley Hospital and NASA White Sands Complex, hundreds of students throughout Las Cruces Public Schools ... read more.
Labor Day

LCPS to Observe Labor Day Holiday

All LCPS schools and the school district’s administrative offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 3 in observance of the Labor Day holiday.  All classes and administrative offices resume their normal schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 4. — Damien Willis, LCPS Director of Communications, 575-527-5811, ... read more.
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