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The Highlands program, which may go into effect as soon as March, allows nontraditional students who have earned bachelor’s degrees and have worked in certain careers to earn a teaching certificate. more
Kate O’Neill will take over the Higher Education Department as the state struggles to stretch the dollars... more
Hundreds of people participated in an afternoon parade celebrating the Taos Tigers football team for winning their first-ever state championship. more
The Questa Independent Schools Board of Education met for a Tuesday (Dec. 18) meeting where the board once again held off a discussion on the closure of Río … more
The biscochito cookie sale was the brainstorm of Mel Archuleta. The Friends of TISA partnered with her to raise money to support a more ecofriendly school lunch program. more
The Peñasco Valley may not have access to natural gas infrastructure or the convenience of a large grocery store, but its schools are in the midst of a digital … more
The game began with a prayer from both the monks and Taos Pueblo as the cultures came together for a friendly competition on the basketball court. more
The Taos Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico is offering two $250 grants for education relating to native plants in the fields of botany, biology, or ecology. Our organization is … more
Lucia Polchies swept her soldering torch over a piece of metal, fashioning it into the likeness of a rhinoceros head.The 22-year-old Santa Fe resident loves the … more
Currently, Taos Municipal Schools has 13 certified teachers with the National Board. Being recognized by the National Board is one of the highest achievements for teachers in the United States. more
The public is invited to attend Questa Junior-Senior High School for a night of holiday music on Wednesday, (Dec. 12), at 7 pm at the high school's gym.The student musical groups who will perform … more
It's the Taos Day School students versus Tibetan monks in a not-to-be-missed event Monday (Dec. 10) at 9 a.m. at the Taos Pueblo Community Center. more
Here's a look at some of the women who are about to take on some important government jobs in New Mexico. more
As the 2018 Taos Tigers football team readies for Saturday’s state championship game at the hometown Anaya Field, the community also readies for that age old tradition of small-town high school spirit. more
Sitting in his eighth-grade classroom at TISA, dressed in Taos Tigers sweats, Leonard Archuleta is anxiously waiting for … more
The biggest windstorm in Stokes' first six months on the job was her July decision -- backed by the UNM Board of Regents -- to eliminate men's soccer, men's and women's skiing, beach volleyball and... more
In the small town of Costilla, students wake up and ready themselves every morning for a quick trip to their school. That trip could turn into a 20-minute … more
The following Questa students made the Principal Roll, Honor Roll, and Merit Roll. more
Leslie Baker of Taos Municipal Charter School in Taos has received a Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching grant to Finland from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign … more
If you haven’t visited the Harrell House Bug Museum since it moved into a much larger space in the DeVargas Center (Santa Fe), now is the time to do it. It’s a great indoor activity full … more
For a few bucks in a donation, one can get a fine frito pie and listen to budding young Taos musicians,  tonight (Nov. 16) at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Center, 202 Chamisa … more
The University of New Mexico-Taos is proud to announce that the Veterans Upward Bound program has been nominated for 2017 Secretary of Defense Freedom Award from the New Mexico National Guard and Reserves. … more
This article will continue to be updated as more schools announce closures. more
On Oct. 18, the sun shone brightly on a trailer in the TISA parking lot.But this was no ordinary trailer. This trailer was covered in colorful comic book-style illustrations of firemen and women as … more
Roots and Wings Community school will be closed due to weather Wednesday (October 31) and is currently the only school closed in the area. more
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