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Vista Grande High School is moving full steam ahead this year! We have just completed work on an inspired blueprint, curriculum maps and pacing guides for all core content classes. We will be right on target with our vision to develop creative and critical thinkers in a holistic setting. There are many announcements such as a reconfigured career pathways program, returning experienced teachers with a passion for teaching as well as new courses added so that our students get the very best out of their education. VGHS is thrilled to have the new Imagination Lab up and running, staffed by an art teacher. more
Like many of the small communities that dot the mountain passes of Northern New Mexico, the village of Taos Ski Valley was born from timber and ore mining.   In the 1600s, Spaniards … more
New Mexico has a long and storied history. Only becoming a state in 1912, its association with the United States is but a blip in the timeline of this enchanted land. more
The New Mexico ski resort known for the earliest opening and latest closing dates will have some new looks this winter.    Due to a fire that nearly destroyed a nine-unit complex just … more
The sun shines bright in Red River, where guests feel free to play the day away with activities like... more
Catherine “Kate” M. O’Neill’s introduction to social justice was in Catholic school in the early 1970s during one of the first Earth Day celebrations. more
Silently, but elegantly standing just to the side of State Road 68 in the Ranchos Plaza in Ranchos de Taos are thick, curving, organic adobe walls with visible strands of hay meshed within the dried clay. more
Grade schoolers push away a hot dog in favor of kale and a green smoothie — and many even ask for seconds. Seems improbable? Well, it's not and they do — the children who participate in the Collaborative Farm to School Garden Program and eat free meals provided by the Farmhouse School Lunch Program certainly do. more
In the current act of her artistic family’s story, Connie Tsosie Gaussoin is the strong female lead. She inherited her love of creation from the many lines of her family, but broke out into new forms, teaching herself along the way. more
Working with kids is like producing afine pottery vase — requiring a village ofpotters. It’s a delicate process that takes lots of time and care along every transformative step toward a … more
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