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Law enforcement, emergency services plan threat response training at Taos High

The Taos County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the Taos Police Department will be hosting an “Active Threat Rapid Response” training on June 26th and June 27th, 2018 at the … more

D to A: Roots and Wings school raises state grade

With the release of the New Mexico Public Education Department school grades the past month, Roots and Wings Community Charter School in Lama has much to celebrate for the 2017 school year.The unique state … more

Alta Vista Elementary School Honor Roll, Fourth Quarter

Principal's Roll: Third Grade: Griego, Urijah Halterman, Tristan Wyatt Ortega, Diego Clodoveo Ortega, Mariana Grace Rael, Melinda Roybal III, Larry Segura, Atreyu Dimitri. Second Grade: Caraveo, Nicole … more

High school student detained, booked into juvenile detention after threat

A Taos High School student was detained and later booked into juvenile detention Monday (March 5) after police say the student made a threat Friday (March 2) to shoot the school, according to Taos police. School Resource Officer Henry Sanchez was dispatched to … more

Peñasco welcomes new art teacher

By Jesse Moyajmoya@taosnews.comThe Taos NewsPeñasco Independent Schools will welcome a new art teacher to kick off the 2018-19 school year.Alessandra Ogren will start the new school year with … more

Educating adults has generational payoff in New Mexico

Connie Flores never wanted to drop out of school, let alone leave in eighth grade. But like thousands of other teenagers who never graduate from high school in New … more

Taos Pueblo student earns top community college honors

Samuel J. Smith III, of Taos Pueblo, has been named a 2017 New Century scholar, placing him among the top 200 community college students in the country. more

Skandera steps down

The New Mexico Public Education Department confirmed Thursday morning (June 8) that New Mexico Education Secretary Hanna Skandera has announced her resignation after nearly seven years in the … more

Taos students shine in regional science competition

Several Taos-area students took home honors at the Northeastern New Mexico Regional Science Fair held March 11 at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas. more

N.M. lags in helping kids with learning disabilities, report says

Denim Padberg, an 11-year-old Dixon boy who has become an advocate for kids with dyslexia, knows firsthand the effects of an unsupportive education system. A public school teacher’s comment … more
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