Sunday, May 27, 2018
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Students from Ballet Folklórico de East Picacho Elementary perform at the opening of an educational exhibit on Cinco de Mayo, May 4, 2018, in the lobby of the Las Cruces Public Schools Administration Building.

LCPS Students Celebrate History Behind Cinco de Mayo

Students from East Picacho Elementary School on Friday helped unveil a new educational exhibit at the Las Cruces Public Schools Administration Building. The exhibit chronicles the history behind Cinco de Mayo and the Battle of Puebla. The opening ceremony featured guest speakers, including ... read more.
OHS SeaPerch Teams

Oñate Students Earn Top Honors in Underwater Robotics Competition

Two teams of students from the Oñate High School Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program recently earned top honors in the 2018 Greater Southwest SeaPerch Challenge. The challenge required two-person teams to produce an engineering notebook and design and build a submersible robot to ... read more.

Community Input Meeting for New Tombaugh Principal – May 11

As part of the new principal selection process at Tombaugh Elementary School, Las Cruces Public Schools will host a community input meeting at Tombaugh Elementary School, 226 Carver Road, Friday, May 11 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. During either of the meeting times, parents are ... read more.
lions camp

Lions Club Hosting Camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

The Sunrise Lions Club is once again set to host it’s annual Survivor Camp, June 4-8 at the New Mexico State University (NMSU) Activity Center. The camp is open to children ages 5-14 who are deaf and hard of hearing. Immediate siblings of camp participants who are also ages 5-14, may also register ... read more.
Las Cruces middle school students received certificates and medals at the Las Cruces City Council meeting on Monday, May 7, 2018. The students, posing here with Mayor Ken Miyagishima and City Manager Stuart Ed, were recognized as winners of the 12th annual CLC-TV Student Video PSA Contest.


Eleven students from three Las Cruces middle schools were recognized by Mayor Ken Miyagishima and City Manager Stuart Ed as winners of the City of Las Cruces Public Information Office’s CLC-TV Student Video PSA Contest. The contest, now in its twelfth year, required students to produce a 30-second ... read more.

Oñate High School to Perform “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”

Oñate High School’s theatre department will perform “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” on May 12 and May 14 at the OHS Performing Arts Center. The production is the second musical performed by students at Oñate this school year. In December, the school put on a performance of “Grease.” “The Hunchback of ... read more.
student artist

Superintendent Honors Graduating Senior Artists

In order to showcase a wide range of artwork created by graduating high school seniors, Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Greg Ewing kicked off the week-long All-City High School Senior Art Exhibition with an opening reception and awards ceremony at the Las Cruces Museum of Art, Friday ... read more.
Joint Work Session

LCPS and City Council hold Joint Work Session to Discuss School Safety

The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education and Las Cruces City Council held a joint work session Wednesday, May 2, at Oñate High School’s Performing Arts Center. The meeting focused primarily on school security and ways to better identify and address mental health issues. “Joint sessions like ... read more.
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