Saturday, October 25, 2014
LCPS Mission: The Las Cruces Public Schools, in partnership with students, families, and the community, provide a student-centered learning environment that cultivates character, fosters academic excellence, and embraces diversity.
LCPS News / Announcements
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Bosses Day Thanks to Stan Rounds

Happy boss’ day Stan Rounds!  He is the boss to more than 3,600 employees in the Las Cruces school district.  Mr. Rounds has been the Superintendent for nearly eight years. LCPS is honored to have him at the helm. He always keeps students as his number 1 priority as he manages the second largest ... read more.
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Science Literacy Event for Entire Family

A unique and fun activity for elementary and middle school kids is scheduled for Oct. 18, 10am-2pm at Lynn Middle School, 950 S. Walnut.  There will be hands-on science activities; even parents will learn something at the “Exploring Science Through Literacy” event. There will be lunch served, free ... read more.
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Stay Healthy! Get a Free Flu Shot

Let’s all stay healthy by getting a flu shot.  The flu season is here and there’s a community opportunity for children and adults to get a free flu shot or flu mist.  LCPS is in support of the flu clinic scheduled from 8am – 3pm (or until supplies last) on Saturday, Oct. 25 at Memorial Medical ... read more.
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Kickball Tournament Needs Participants

Remember playing kickball?  There’s an upcoming 5th grade kickball tournament set for October 18. Anyone interested in putting together a team (coed) to represent your school should contact Abel Chavarria at 525-3712.  A mandatory coaches meeting will be held October 17 at 6 pm at the Meerscheidt ... read more.
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Halloween Archery Event Set, Register Now

October 17 is the deadline to register for the Onate Archery Team Halloween tournament at the OHS “castle” (gym). They are inviting all schools with teams or individuals who have participated in NASP-style archery to join the fun from 4-7 p.m. on Oct. 24.  Teams are encouraged to come dressed to ... read more.
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Crossing Guards Recognized for Protecting Kids

Thousands of students each weekday walk to-and-from school, and along the routes many of them are greeted by crossing guards watching out for their safety.  On Oct. 10,  34 crossing guards, employed by the City of Las Cruces, were recognized by the City and the Las Cruces Public Schools during a ... read more.
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LCPS Pink Week Concludes with $16,142 Check

LCPS students, staff and parents went all-out in supporting the 2014 breast cancer awareness week. The LCPS Pink Week ended with a great football game, presentation of a check for $16,142.39 to the Cowboys for Cancer research organization, and the top winners of the schools that raised the most ... read more.
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Five LCPS Seniors are National Merit Semifinalists

  Five school seniors from Las Cruces Public Schools have been named as semifinalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. The students are: John P. Andersen, 17, from Arrowhead Park Early College High School; Saleem Iqbal, 17, and Jeongmin Lee, 17, from Las Cruces High School; and ... read more.
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