Posts tagged Loma Heights Elementary School
3 weeks ago
Report cards for all LCPS elementary school students will be distributed, as usual, Thursday, Oct. 26 and report cards for all LCPS middle school and high school students will be available Monday, Oct. 30. Although report cards for middle and high school students will be available at each student’s ... read more.
4 months ago
Approximately 2,000 students and 180 teachers are back in the classroom Wednesday, July 5, marking the start of the K-3 Plus program, an optional early education program that offers kindergarten through third-grade students 25 additional days of classroom instruction, prior to the start of the ... read more.
8 months ago
The New Mexico Brain Injury Advisory Council (BIAC), in conjunction with the New Mexico Governor’s Commission on Disability (GCD), distributed more than 300 bicycle helmets and helmet safety activity books to Head Start students at seven LCPS elementary schools, Wednesday, March 8 through Friday, ... read more.
1 year ago
For the second consecutive year, all 25 LCPS elementary schools will be hosting walking events as part of International Walk or Bike to School Day, starting Friday, Sept. 30 through Thursday, Oct. 6. Click Here to download a schedule of all the 2016 Walk to School day events. “These events are a ... read more.
2 years ago
LAS CRUCES—Officials at Loma Heights Elementary School, 1600 E. Madrid, want current and former students, staff and parents to attend a grand re-opening celebration now that the school’s major renovation project is finished. The school will have a daylong celebration beginning at 9:00 a.m. on ... read more.
2 years ago
LAS CRUCES—The principal, students and staff from Loma Heights Elementary were singled out by Governor Susana Martinez as a school that has worked hard at improving academic achievement. On Tuesday at the state capitol, Governor Martinez made her annual State of the State address to both chambers ... read more.
3 years ago
$15 million project to remodel Loma Heights Elementary School is nearing completion after about 2.5 years of work.
3 years ago
More than 60 students from Highland, Sunrise and Loma Heights elementary schools; Mesa and Sierra middle schools; and Oñate High School, along with some home-schooled students, competed May 16, 2014 for top team and individual archery awards in LCPS’ first ever district archery tournament.