Posts tagged Sonoma Elementary School
2 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.
9 months ago
The Las Cruces Public Schools Foundation has awarded $34,441 in grants to fund 15 innovative, teacher-developed projects which will help provide enhanced educational experiences, in a variety of academic subjects, for nearly 2,300 pre-kindergarten through 9th-grade students. “This year, thanks to ... read more.
12 months 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.
1 year ago
As a way to help offset the cost of 2,500 reduced-price lunches, Organ Mountain Outfitters, a local apparel company, presented the LCPS Nutrition Services Department with a $1,000 donation, Friday, Sept. 2, at 10:30 a.m. in the cafeteria at Sonoma Elementary School, 4201 Northrise Drive. “This ... read more.
2 years ago
LAS CRUCES—Nearly 1,900 third-graders throughout Las Cruces Public Schools received a free dictionary from members of the Rio Grande Rotary Club. This is the ninth-year that the civic organization has provided students with the book, said LCPS officials. There were 75 Rotarians who spent the ... read more.
3 years ago
East Pcacho Elementary School first-grade teacher Mindy Tapia was named the LCPS 2015 teacher of the year at the LCPS Foundation's third annual Celebration of Excellence dinner, April 21, 2014 at Hotel Encanto. Ana Torres, who teaches fourth grade dual language at Loma Heights Elementary School, was named LCPS 2014 bilingual teacher of the year.
3 years ago
LAS CRUCES – It was double gold and double silver, as two teams tied for first place and two tied for second at the annual LCPS District Battle of the Books Saturday, March 8, 2014 at Highland Elementary School, said Oñate High School librarian and 2014 Battle of the Books Coordinator Tina Glatz. A ... read more.
3 years ago
LAS CRUCES – About 300 fifth-graders from Highland, Desert Hills and Sonoma elementary schools toured Camino Real Middle School and attended the premiere of Camino Real’s “The Princess King” November 18, 2013, said Camino Real teacher Dana Andrews. “Our seventh- and eighth-grade students acted as ... read more.