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Braving the sleet and snow and in the midst of a water emergency, Taos students and community members joined together for a demonstration against gun violence and marched through town to share their … more
After a four-month battle with the New Mexico Public Education Department, Taos International School's charter with the state will not be renewed for the … more
Local educator Rosaline Ortega has been awarded the Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico's Lifetime Achievement in Education Award for 2018 for her years … more
Isn't it great when schools join forces and kids work together to do great activities, such as go on field trips and make new friends? Well, recently they did just that … more
Research, collaboration, engineering, energy, design and deliciousness were all on the plate for TISA fourth graders as they prepared for their Solar Oven Cookie Baking Contest, which … more
In hopes of promoting a safer future for schools, high school students in Taos are planning... more
Following a four month battle, the Taos International School will close after the New Mexico Public Education Department Secretary Chris Ruszkowski late Friday (April 13) upheld a December decision to not renew the … more
The Red River Community House’s Nature Discovery Camps are returning for the third year and registration is underway. more
Vets are helping vets pursue college degrees and technical training through a program at the University of New Mexico-Taos. They are looking for more participants. more
Staff at Enos Garcia Elementary held an assembly Thursday (April 12) to recognize their stellar readers in the Read-A-Thon program. Students have been working on their reading and literacy skills … more
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