Education
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TISA's second-grade teacher, Nicole Kowalski, teaches her students much more than reading, writing and arithmetic. more
On Thursday (March 14) Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed Senate Bill 407 into law which allows tribal colleges in New Mexico to receive money from the lottery … more
A preview of some of the meetings and issues around Taos County and the Enchanted Circle coming up this week. Monday (March 25)The Taos town council will hear an update on Taos finances and … more
Hackers took control of Taos Municipal Schools digital services Feb. 28 using ransomware and demanded $5,000 for return of control to the district. more
Few issues have fired up the New Mexico Senate this session like a bill to require air conditioning on school buses in hot locales.After a vigorous, hourlong debate Saturday, senators defeated the … more
One of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's pet initiatives will soon be on her desk for a signature, after the state House of Representatives on Saturday voted 41-8 to approve a bill that would create an … more
When farmers plant their field, it takes just a season to see the harvest of that crop. But when it comes to conservation education for youth, it’s a long-term investment, says Peter Vigil, … more
Taos High School earned bragging rights in the kitchen as the restaurant management team is headed for the national ProStart competition. Following a semester of … more
On Saturday (March 2) the RoboRAVE Rally took place in Española, New Mexico. A total of 46 teams attended the Robotics Education competition from around the state, competing in nine different … more
What’s for lunch today? When’s that game happening? Is there a delay because of the snow? These are just some of the dozens of questions parents have to think about. Before the start … more
Taos High School’s culinary Management Team is headed to Washington D.C. after finishing first in the New Mexico ProStart Invitational. The New Mexico Restaurant Association hosts the … more
With little debate, the state Senate on Saturday voted 39-2 to approve a measure to create a new Early Childhood Education and Care Department, which would oversee all programs for infants and young … more
April Winters of Taos Pueblo was among representatives of the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos to attend a national summit along with LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Foundation's early childhood … more
The Taos Milagro Rotary Club Community Grants Program will make three $1,000 grants available on or about April 12, 2019. The grants are designed to impact the local community. "We seek to impact … more
The heat from the stove was nothing compared to the pressure of the ticking clock."Twenty-three minutes," a timekeeper shouted at the Taos High School Culinary Arts … more
Students from the Tiwa Language Program at Enos Garcia Elementary hosted an open house for parents and friends Thursday (Feb. 21) which brought community members and … more
Members of the Taos Day School Girl's Empowerment Club traveled to Santa Fe Wednesday (Feb. 20) to get a real feel about the ins and outs of the state legislature. Students worked as pages for for … more
Former University of New Mexico -Taos branch leader Kate O'Neill was confirmed as the Cabinet Secretary for the New Mexico Higher Education Department on Feb. … more
For the first time at Enos Garcia Elementary, the Tiwa language of Taos Pueblo is being taught to students in an effort to retain and enforce the culture of Taos Pueblo. more
The New Mexico House Education Committee voted 10-3 Wednesday (Feb. 20) to approve a bill that would cease approval for new charter schools in the state. HB 434 would effectively cut all new … more
Former UNM - Taos branch leader Kate O’Neill was confirmed as the Cabinet Secretary for the New Mexico Higher Education Department Wednesday (Feb. 20). more
Taos has a couple of early childhood centers that could benefit from the resolution if it now makes it past the Senate. more
Some may think celebrating Dr. Seuss is "just a kid's thing." But the author's universal messages of diversity, tolerance and environmental conservation continue to be important today. more
Do you know that stereotypes, myths and stigma can keep people from getting help for mental illness? TISA middle schoolers know. On Feb. 7, Brenda Steele, a certified peer support worker, made her … more
On Feb. 11, the third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Taos Integrated School for the Arts went to Yu Garden for a Chinese New Year lunch. Megan Bowers Avina has been bringing her class to Yu Garden … more
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