Posts tagged Camino Real Middle School
2 weeks ago
LCPS Superintendent Dr. Greg Ewing has named three employees LCPS All Stars at the monthly Principals meeting. Ewing started the awards program earlier this year as a way to recognize outstanding LCPS employees. “Every single day we have employees doing great things throughout the district,” Ewing ... read more.
4 months ago
As part of a districtwide effort to highlight the importance of proper nutrition and physical activity, budding filmmakers from four Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) middle schools premiered their student-produced short films at the Fifth Annual Healthy Eating and Active Living (HEAL) Film ... read more.
9 months ago
As a way to help incoming middle and high school students familiarize themselves with the schools and magnet programs offered in the district, all of the middle and high schools will host individual open house events starting Jan. 11-Feb. 7, 2017. Click here to download the Middle School Open House ... read more.
10 months ago
Featuring everything from whimsical rainbow cow paintings to intricate line drawings, the Annual LCPS Middle School Art Exhibition is on display now through Jan. 10, 2017, in the LCPS Administration Building lobby, 505 South Main Street, Suite 249. In recognition of the artist’s work, an opening ... read more.
11 months ago
After completing nine weeks of workshops that were designed to help educate parents about the social, emotional, academic and cultural aspects of the school system, 94 parents, from six different LCPS schools, graduated from the Institute for Parent Engagement (IPE) program, Wednesday, Nov. 2 at ... read more.
1 year ago
Two LCPS schools — Desert Hills Elementary and Camino Real Middle School — have stepped up to assist a young student who has Leukemia. A Pennies for Pizza fundraiser was recently held at Desert Hills Elementary to benefit 2nd-grader Landon Chavez. Landon was diagnosed with Leukemia in January 2015. ... read more.
2 years ago
LAS CRUCES—Students from Camino Real Middle School are on an educational trip during spring break to Washington, D.C. and New York City, March 21-26. The 35 students will spend three days in each city, said sponsor and Camino Real social studies teacher Paul Gassé. Among the 8th graders taking the ... read more.
2 years ago