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Two local educators in Taos County are recipients of $2,500 grants from Intel to put toward science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs in the community. more
Taos High School had a midsummer high school graduation Monday (June 22) for a few students who finished up their final requirements a little later in the school year. District superintendent Lillian … more
Taos Academy 2020 Honor Roll more
On Tuesday (June 23) the New Mexico Public Education Department released its guidelines for allowing K-12 students back into the classrooms for the first time since March, when schools across the state were shut down for in-person attendance after the outbreak of a highly infectious novel coronavirus. more
In the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, one Taos nonprofit is giving kids stuck at home something to do.TrueKids1 hosted its first ever Digital Day Camp for … more
Two Peñasco school board members on Wednesday (June 17) proposed a board workshop to address the "goals and expectations" of district Superintendent Lisa … more
Enos Garcia Elementary and Taos International School, along with Vista Grande High School and Peñasco Elementary, received some welcome news - along with … more
For Monet Winters, the COVID-19 pandemic created a lot of hurdles for her to complete eighth grade at Santa Fe Indian School. With school buildings closed in March and no reliable internet service at her home on the Taos Pueblo, Monet waited for large paper packets of schoolwork from her teachers to arrive by mail. more
As educators continue to wonder and worry about what school will look like for both them and their students this fall, state legislators began grappling with the reality of how badly budget cuts will … more
Half of New Mexico's students became disengaged following the state's shift to online classes at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, causing many schoolchildren to lose three months to a year's … more
Questa High School 2020 graduates Christina Cisneros and Kiana Passino got some good news this week. Both won $5,000 scholarships from the Chevron Questa … more
Samuel Joseph Smith III graduated recently from New Mexico State University with a 3.915 GPA and a bachelor's in geomatics.Smith is the son of Valentina Romero and Samuel Joseph Smith Jr. He grew up … more
Peñasco Independent Schools superintendent Lisa Hamilton dismissed Marina Lopez from her position as Peñasco High School and Middle School principal on Monday … more
Like his classmates at Peñasco High School, José Velarde, known to friends and family as JJ, was upset not to walk up on a stage and accept his high school … more
After canceling a pair of programs designed to help struggling public school students catch up, the state Public Education Department is reinstating the cheaper of the … more
Arianna Ortega and Isabelle Rael, both Questa High School seniors, are finishing out their year on a high note. Both have received scholarships from the Los … more
It’s a year we’ll never forget. Amid the unfolding Coronavirus Pandemic there’s group we are excited to recognize for their hard work and achievements: more
Challenge No. 8 will require a little help from a family member. What is your favorite place to read, play music or draw? Have someone take a nice, high-resolution photo of you in your favorite spot doing an activity you enjoy. more
High school graduations in Taos have largely changed this year, but that is not stopping the community from giving their grads a proper celebration.  Community members have gathered together … more
Area high schools have worked hard to find ways to celebrate graduates at the same time they abide by state health orders that restrict mass gatherings, require masks in public places and urge social … more
Pursuing postsecondary education is a path with inherent obstacles and barriers. The COVID-19 crisis has created many unexpected twists in the road. Bridges is walking side by side with our clients as they navigate the uncertainties. more
In the absence of a graduation ceremony, the Angel Fire community found a novel way to celebrate Moreno Valley High School's Class of 2020.  The Seniors Parade  more
More than 40 Taos High School students participated in tests before judges in early May to earn their Seal of Biliteracy in Spanish, French and Tiwa, the traditional language of Taos Pueblo.Verónica … more
If you put all of the cool planets designed by Taos County students as part of our last challenge (weekly challenge seven) together, you would have an interesting new galaxy. Check out their planets and design your own! more
In last week's challenge, we asked students to pick a painting of someone and then recreate it. Some students chose a painting and then drew or painted their own version. Some chose a painting, mimicked the person in it and had someone take a photo. See the entries on the following three pages and online at more
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