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“No Small Matter,” billed as the first documentary to explore the most powerful and overlooked force for change in America today, will air at 5 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 27) at Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
This was definitely not your mom's or dad's high school career fair - if they even had such things back then. more
Animosity that has smoldered for months in the Peñasco school district erupted last week following an incident that involved superintendent Lisa Hamilton's 13-year-old son. more
State Rep. Derrick Lente spent much of the last year crisscrossing New Mexico to speak with Native American leaders about the needs of kids in their communities. To address them, he sponsored a handful of legislation endorsed by all 23 of the state's tribes. more
A scholarship plan aimed at covering all college tuition and expense costs for New Mexicans cleared yet another hurdle when members of the Senate Education Committee voted 5-2 this week to send it to the Senate Finance Committee. more
"I was taken totally by surprise," said Carla Archuleta, principal of Alta Vista Elementary, when the new Questa school board moved to appoint her interim superintendent at about midnight at the end of a marathon six-hour meeting Jan. 21, replacing interim Cathy Gallegos. more
It is scholarship time. Here are a couple of local scholarships and information on how to apply. more
Update, 8:33 a.m.: 8th Judicial District Court Taos and Taos city offices are on a two- hour delay; see the full article for more updated closings. more
Several area school systems have announced delays for today (Wednesday, Feb. 5) due to weather. more
Updated 7:26 p.m. Taos Municipal Schools have announced a two-hour delay for Wednesday, Feb. 5, due to weather. more
When she unveiled a new online “asset map” to help drive the community schools initiative in Taos, Catherine Horsey got some oohs and aahs at last week’s (Jan. 21) school board meeting. The map gives educators a comprehensive, fingertip guide to several dozen nonprofits that have signed on to support the schools – the very backbone of the community school concept. more
A bill calling for a new endowment to create a revenue stream for early childhood programs was approved Monday (Jan. 27) by the Senate Education Committee -- surviving its first test in the Legislature. more
Law enforcement officers stationed on New Mexico's public school campuses could become required to receive specialized training in how to act in an educational environment. Lawmakers on the state … more
A measure that would give tribes in New Mexico more control over education initiatives in their communities advanced in the state House on Friday (Jan. 31). The House Education Committee … more
Taos High School was placed on a brief lockdown Wednesday (Jan. 29) afternoon after a student allegedly made a verbal threat to a teacher.  “A student made a comment to a teacher and walked out of the classroom,” said Taos Police Chief David Trujillo.  more
"It's a difference of night and day," said one attendee of the Jan. 11 Questa school board meeting, comparing the chemistry of the new board to that of last year's board. more
Teams from Taos Charter School and Taos Integrated School of the Arts took fourth- and fifth-place honors, respectively, at the state-level "Future City" competition held in Albuquerque Jan. 11. more
"You never give up," said Taos International School founder Nadine Vigil. "If you believe in something, you do it." Vigil worked for Taos schools for 35 years, retired for four years, got bored - then in 2013 wrote the charter for TIS and still serves as its director and head administrator. more
Two new grant awards totaling $80,000 will enrich programs in the Peñasco school district this year. The district received $30,000 from the Public Education Department's computer science grant program, which provides funding on a competitive basis for staff to increase their professional learning in computer science or to launch or expand a CS program. more
Pursuing a college degree, vocational certificate or other postsecondary training can be challenging in ways people don't often talk about. more
Taos Academy has advanced to the final round of Samsung's 'Solve for Tomorrow' nationwide STEM contest , along with two other New Mexico schools. more
Based on testimony given at a Dec. 19 appeal hearing in Taos, independent hearing officer John Ziegler found that the Public Education Department was justified in suspending the Questa school board's authority from Nov. 12 until Jan. 1. more
The following are the 2019 Science Fair winners of Arroyos del Norte Elementary School: more
To experience the spirit of Christmas, the songs, the love and the laughter, in Taos County, a person need search no further than this year's Q Town Drama Club's production of "The Little Town of Christmas." more
After requesting a hearing to appeal the Public Education Dept.'s Nov. 12 suspension of the Questa school board, two board members stormed out in protest today (Dec. 19). more
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