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Torrez selected to head state superintendents group

Dr. Lillian Torrez, Superintendent of Taos Municipal Schools, was elected by the New Mexico Superintendents to head their association as president for the 2018-2019 school year.The organization … more

District court gives Taos International School temporary reprieve

Taos International School received some good news Thursday (June 14) after a Santa Fe district court judge ruled the school can operate pending the outcome … more

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

Judge allows Taos International School to open

Taos International School celebrated June 20 as a Santa Fe District Court judge stayed the school's closure pending the outcome of an appeal. The charter school will be allowed to operate as per usual with classes beginning September 4, according to School Director Nadine Vigil. more

Taos teacher receives national teaching award

Taos High School English teacher Jim Kristofic has been recognized as the national teacher of the year by the National Johnson O'Malley Association, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the … more

College standout: Melanie Maldonado

Melanie Maldonado, a 2014 graduate of Taos High School, made the Dean’s List at High Point University in North Carolina for the spring semester. Students with a 4.0 or higher grade point … more

Peñasco School board honors excellent achieving students, staff

The Peñasco Independent Schools Board of Education held their regular Tuesday meeting in front of a large crowd to hand out nearly 100 student … more

Public servant helped make N.M. school funding equitable

Harry Wugalter, one of the fathers of New Mexico's lauded public school funding formula, died of natural causes in his home in Green Valley, Ariz., on June 6. He was 90, his daughter, Julie Zeilenga … 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

Taos High student wins national computing award

Each year, United States high school women in grades 9 through 12 are eligible to receive recognition for their demonstrated interest and achievements in computing, proven leadership ability, … more
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