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(also known as Flip or Fichas) Phillippi, of Tres Piedras, New Mexico, passed away on December 15, 2021, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the age of 90. LeRoy was born Kenneth Leroy Phillippi on November 26, 1931, in his grandparents’ home in Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico, to Keith Phillippi and Maria Cleotilde Prandi y Rael.
Taos Academy High School senior Elliot Molz, 17, has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. He is the only student in Taos to receive this recognition, and there are approximately 16,000 semifinalists awarded the scholarship in the country. A total of 91 students in New Mexico are semifinalists.
At a roundtable discussion Wednesday (Sept. 8) in Española, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham expressed hope the state would become a leader in the national dialogue on free college and be a place where anyone could pursue a degree with few barriers.
One of the last steps in the college and post-secondary application process is reviewing, interpreting and making decisions based on the financial aid award letter students will receive after gaining acceptance to a school to which they've applied. The financial aid package will be sent by the prospective school, either via mail, e-mail or through a college's online student portal. For most prospective students, cost will be a determining factor in selecting a post-secondary program.
The New Mexico Public Education Department received a $400 million boost during the recently concluded legislative session, including $200 million for school districts and charter schools and $215 million for various evidence-based initiatives.
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.
Centinel Bank was founded in Taos in 1969 with a mission to serve the financial needs of our community. Through the years, they have remained focused on serving Taos County. Centinel Bank remains Taos’ only locally owned and operated community bank, working with customers to help them realize their financial dreams, whether opening a business or purchasing a home. They also nurture our community by donating time and money to important causes, and contributing tax dollars that help maintain local municipalities.
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative likes to give back to the community. And so does Guzman Energy.
Centinel Bank of Taos and University of New Mexico-Taos have joined up to offer an Internship and Scholarship Program.