Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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Don’t Forget to Vote on Tuesday, Feb. 6!

Every four years Las Cruces Public Schools gives the voters of Las Cruces an opportunity to approve funding for the construction and maintenance of school facilities throughout the school district. On Tuesday, Feb. 6, voters will have to opportunity to vote on a $50 million school bond election ... read more.
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Hermosa Heights Hosts Ribbon Cutting for $3.5 Million Addition & Renovations

Hermosa Height Elementary School (HHES) hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of $3.5 million worth of additions and renovations to the campus, Tuesday, Jan. 30 at 1:30 p.m. in the Hermosa Heights Elementary multipurpose room, 1655 E Amador Ave. “The new facility gives us the space we ... read more.
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Free Bilingual Learning Resource Program Now Registering

The Children’s Reading Alliance (CRA) is now registering parents with children ages 3 to 5 for the First Teacher/Primer Maestro program. The six-week program is designed to provide bilingual/monolingual families with free learning resources. The program is free and open to all Doña Ana County ... read more.
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Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher Nominations Due March 2

Nominate a Middle or High School Teacher                 Nomination form: Click Here | Information Sheet: Click Here | Official Rules: Click Here Barnes & Noble Booksellers of Las Cruces is seeking nominations for the “My Favorite Teacher” contest, said B&N Community Business Development Manager ... read more.
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Cold & Flu Season Information

Dear Parents/Guardians: Cold and flu season is here. The NM Department of Health is reporting influenza activity throughout the United States and New Mexico. Flu symptoms may include fever, cough, sore throat, headache, and/or muscle aches. Preventive actions can help stop the spread of Germs. Make ... read more.
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Project-Based Middle School Accepting Applications Until Feb. 16

The Mesilla Valley Leadership Academy, a project-based middle school, is accepting applications for sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade students, until 3 p.m., Friday, Feb. 16. Click here to download an application. Applications can be returned via email, mail, or in person to Principal Dr. Toni Hull ... read more.
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Simulated Disaster Planned for Las Cruces High

LAS CRUCES—The Las Cruces High School campus will turn into a major crime scene on Friday, Feb. 2 with injured students, fire and law enforcement officials, and a lot of chaos.  Fortunately, the emergency will be part of a simulated disaster that will test the skills of more than 650 students who ... read more.
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NEA’s Read Across America is Feb. 10

The National Education Association-Las Cruces (NEA-LC) will sponsor “Read Across America Extras Extravaganza” 12:00 to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, February 10, 2018 at the Frank O’Brien Papen Center, 304 W. Bell St. The event will feature the Cat in the Hat, free books, reading prizes and a variety of ... read more.
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