Posts tagged School Board
4 days ago
Superintendent Dr. Greg Ewing announced several new administrative assignments and appointments for the upcoming school year. In addition, Ewing announced the elimination of several administrative positions which were currently vacant or restructured. “The goal of this restructuring is to return ... read more.
1 week ago
At the Feb. 20 Regular meeting, the Board of Education unanimously voted to approve a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Education Association – Las Cruces which will allow LCPS to distribute $233,887.50 in funding from the STEM and Hard-to-Staff Teacher Initiative stipend. The Board ... read more.
1 month ago
The Board of Education unanimously voted to temporarily delay action on distributing $233,887.50 in funding from the STEM and Hard-to-Staff Teacher Initiative stipend, a pay stipend recently awarded to the district from the New Mexico Public Education Department (PED), Tuesday, Feb. 6 at the Board ... read more.
2 months ago
In preparation for the statewide transition to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) set to go into effect across the state on July 1, Dr. Wendi Miller-Tomlinson, assistant superintendent of teaching and learning, outlined how the district plans to implement the new science standards into ... read more.
3 months ago
Classified School Employees Council-Las Cruces (CSEC) President Irma Valdespino announced that the district and CSEC-LC are set to resume salary negotiations as early as next week. “I’m glad we were able to get to this point, and we hope to finish negotiations as soon as possible,” Valdespino said. ... read more.
4 months ago
The New Mexico Public Education Department’s (NMPED) proposed changes to the social studies End of Course (EOC) assessment blueprint drew a variety of concerns from LCPS officials and board members at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday, Nov. 14. The assessment is a state-mandated U.S. History ... read more.
4 months ago
After months of research, tours and discussions, the LCPS Capital Outlay Advisory Committee presented the Board of Education with recommendations for a proposed $50 million general obligation bond election which will be presented to voters on Feb. 6, 2018. If the election passes, it would fund new ... read more.
5 months ago
Voicing a chorus of concerns from his fellow students, Cameron Castillo, Centennial High School student and Student Advisory Council (SAC) member, denounced the New Mexico Public Education Department’s proposed changes to the state’s science teaching standards during his student advisor report at ... read more.