Posts tagged Monte Vista Elementary School
3 days ago
After being named the 2019 employees of the year at each of their respective campuses, teachers and educational support personnel from every school building in the district were recognized at the First Annual LCPS Employees of the Year Recognition ceremony, Wednesday, April 11 in the LCPS ... read more.
1 week ago
Keeping with its tradition of recognizing outstanding educational professionals in the Las Cruces community, the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce honored two LCPS teachers and one LCPS elementary school at its annual awards gala Friday, April 6 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. “The ... read more.
3 weeks ago
Justa Ordorica, school nurse at Monte Vista Elementary School, was recently awarded the New Mexico Lions Club Operation KidSight Program Special Recognition Award for helping to ensure that all of the MVES students who received a referral notice through the program received a comprehensive eye ... read more.
2 months ago
LCPS Superintendent Dr. Greg Ewing has named three employees LCPS All Stars at the monthly Principals meeting. Ewing started the awards program earlier last year as a way to recognize outstanding LCPS employees. “Every single day we have employees doing great things throughout the district,” Ewing ... read more.
5 months 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.
1 year ago
Taking home top honors at the New Mexico Music Educators Association’s (NMMEA) annual awards program, Joseph Flores, director bands at Zia Middle School and Sarah Schlotterbeck-Silva, music teacher at Monte Vista Elementary School, were recognized for their extensive contributions to the music ... read more.
1 year ago
As part of the LCPS Healthy & Fit Project, a districtwide health and wellness program, approximately 500 employees throughout the district participated in the Turkey Trot Challenge, a five-week challenge that was designed to encourage healthy lifestyle choices among students and staff. This is the ... read more.
1 year 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.