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They have a caring nature. Empathy and bravery come naturally to them. They are detailed, organized, adaptable, and have the mental and physical endurance of a professional athlete. They are nurses. In no other time in recent memory have nurses all over the world been more needed and appreciated than now. 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
As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 health crisis, UNM-Taos is committed to helping students successfully complete their semester, while maintaining a safe environment for the entire campus community. more
Among the lesser known election races this year is for half of the 10 seats on the Public Education Commission, which authorizes state chartered schools in New Mexico. The commission has so far authorized 50 state charter schools. Commissioners are elected to serve four-year staggered terms and must be residents from the district they serve. No one officially submitted their names for the District 10 commission seat that encompasses Taos County, but three people are running as write-in candidates.  more
Week two of the challenge saw twice as many entries as the first week's challenge. In week two, students were asked to write a short description or draw a picture of an animal, bird, fish or other critter they would want to be.  more
All of us are adjusting to a new way of life as social distancing and self-isolation become our daily reality. With the extended school closure now confirmed, schools, teachers, parents and … more
The Taos Woman 2020 Edition Honors 8 Taos Women of Impact. Meet Taoseña Michele Hunt,, In Recognition of Achievement in Education more
Eight weeks of practice and theory ended with a tasty creation from the culinary department at the University of New Mexico-Taos branch. more
Car after car rolled into Enos Garcia Elementary School parking lot Monday morning (March 16), bringing bags of nonperishable food to shore up the school's backpack program, driven by the sudden need for provisions after the state announced K-12 schools would close to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. more
Vista Grande Charter High School administrators recently announced receipt of two sizable grants under the state's Indigenous Education and Community Schools Initiatives and outlined plans to restructure the school's curriculum to focus more on indigenous education. more
At a special meeting last evening (March 9), the Peñasco school board voted 3-2 to reverse its March 3 decision and renew superintendent Lisa Hamilton’s contract for the 2020-2021 school year.  more
Members of the Taos High School culinary program prep for their 2020 ProStart competition. more
After deliberating privately in executive session for nearly four hours at a special meeting Wednesday evening (March 4), the Peñasco school board announced publicly to attendees at 11:20 p.m. that they had decided not to renew superintendent Lisa Hamilton’s contract for the 2020-2021 school year. more
A bill signed into law Monday by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will provide free breakfast and lunch to thousands of low-income public school students who have been required to pay a reduced fee for meals through a federal program.  more
Theodor Seuss Geisel was an American children's author, political cartoonist, illustrator, poet, animator, screenwriter and filmmaker who single-handedly forged a new genre of art that falls somewhere between the Surrealist movement of the early 20th century and the inspired nonsense of a child's classroom doodles. more
When you graduate from Taos Academy Charter School, the future is more than bright. The future is yours. more
“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
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
The acting Questa school board today (Nov. 21) heard an appeal for reinstatement from a former Questa High School teacher who was terminated in August by then-Superintendent Michael Lovato for alleged sexual misconduct with a female student. more
Thomas L. Sullivan, a longtime New Mexico teacher and superintendent who has headed districts in Farmington and Moriarty, has been appointed by the New Mexico Public Education Department to serve in lieu of the recently suspended Questa school board until Jan. 1, 2020. more
Late Tuesday (Nov. 12), New Mexico Secretary of Public Education Ryan Stewart suspended the board of the Questa Independent School District, prompting cancellation of this evening's special board meeting. more
Tiny Tim may yet walk on his own, thanks in no small part to a group of Dixon kids. more
By the time Ryan Stewart returned for his senior year at Stanford University, the future he started planning in high school had lost all appeal. more
The Enos Garcia Elementary after-school program "Fandango Juvenil" will host a benefit enchilada dinner and performance Saturday (March 30) from 6-8 p.m. at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural … more
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