Monday, June 26, 2017
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.
Photo of  Erlinda  Martinez
Martinez , Erlinda Associate Superintendent for Instruction Work Phone: 575-527-5883 Add to Address Book
Photo of  Janet  Candelaria
Candelaria , Janet Director of Elementary Instruction Add to Address Book
Photo of  Tiffany  Gomez
Gomez , Tiffany Director of Elementary Principals Add to Address Book
Photo of  Wendi  Hammond
Hammond , Wendi Director of Middle School Instruction Add to Address Book
Photo of Dr Wendi  Miller-Tomlinson
Miller-Tomlinson , Dr Wendi Director of High School Instruction Work Phone: 575-527-5859 Add to Address Book

Escalante, Frances Secretary
575-527-6690 Add to Address Book
Grubbs, Criss District Testing Coordinator
575-527-5818 Add to Address Book
Martinez, Erlinda Associate Superintendent for Instruction
575-527-5883 Add to Address Book
Ortega, Gerry Secretary Career Education/Excel
575-527-6626 Add to Address Book

Student Records

The Division of Learning, Teaching, and Research (LTR) is responsible for all instructional programs of the Las Cruces Public Schools, including summer school. LTR also supports various programs to develop and improve teaching and learning in the district. The Deputy Superintendent is responsible for the general administration and supervision of this division and is directly responsible to the Superintendent.In collaboration with teachers and building administrators, LTR has general responsibility for the instructional material adoption process, revision of curriculum maps, approval of all courses offered for credit, and staff development related to curriculum and instruction.The more specific functions of the division are to: 1) ensure that all curriculum is aligned to the New Mexico Content Standards; 2) monitor implementation of the district’s Educational Plan for Student Success (EPSS) and the school improvement process, 3) develop academic programs to better address the diverse learning needs of students in our schools, 4) provide support for principals and teachers, and 5) assist the Board of Education in the development and review of district policies.The Deputy Superintendent oversees all LTR programs, including elementary instruction, secondary instruction, special education, bilingual education, the visual and performing arts, all federal programs, student health and other support services,professional development, and assessment and accountability.
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