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We, the Taos County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, wish to thank and acknowledge all the educators and support staff in the greater Taos area for the hard work you are doing in a landscape …

Taos artist Daniel Brown said he believes artists are "the visionaries of our culture, the ones who are able to capture the invisible and make it come alive. It is doubly important in these difficult times to keep reminding ourselves of the beauty of heaven and earth, that this beauty is indeed the natural state of our world, not the aberrations of violence and despair."

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Educators have been through the wringer this year. Between Zoom classes with a patchwork of dark screens and a rollercoaster of a year like no other, teachers stayed the course.

To say thank you and as part of educators appreciation week, the TCA is offering two free drive-in movies with hot buttered popcorn included for educators and their guests Friday and Saturday (May 7 and 8).

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Three state education administrators came together online on Tuesday (Feb. 23) to discuss statewide priorities and issues, and answer questions from the public about the early education, K–12 and higher education systems.

The New Mexico Education Day Virtual Panel included Elizabeth Groginsky, secretary of the Early Childhood Education and Care Department, Ryan Stewart, secretary of the Public Education Department and Stephanie Rodriguez, acting secretary of the Higher Education Department.

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The New Mexico Public Education Department announced Monday (March 8) that the state would be offering vaccinations to all school teachers and staff, with the goal of offering full time in-person learning beginning April 5.

"It's time to ring the bell, New Mexico, and welcome our students fully back to in-person learning in our schools," said Ryan Stewart, Secretary of the New Mexico Public Education Department.

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The New Mexico Public Education Department announced Monday (March 8) that the state would be offering vaccinations to all school teachers and staff, with the goal of offering full time in-person learning beginning April 5.

“It’s time to ring the bell, New Mexico, and welcome our students fully back to in-person learning in our schools,” said Ryan Stewart, Secretary of the New Mexico Public Education Department.

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This month Twirl has the pleasure of presenting a workshop for the New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children (NMAEYC) Conference in Albuquerque, the largest early childhood education conference in New Mexico. It offers professional development opportunities for early childhood educators all across the Land of Enchantment. This year, the conference is a hybrid model providing unique outdoor COVID-safe nature-based learning for the pre-conference Friday, March 5th, and virtual presentations on Saturday, March 6.

Left this plane of consciousness on November 29, 2020. He will be interred at the City of Lubbock Cemetery. He was born September 7, 1934 to Bill and Mary (Graves) Moon in Perryton, TX. His parents instilled in him a work-ethic that bordered on legendary.