It is time to register for the 23-24 School Year!  Thank you to all who have already registered!  If you have not, please go to the LCPS website (lcps.net) to complete "Online Registration."  PLEASE do not hesitate to reach out to us for support.  It is VERY IMPORTANT for all to register as soon as possible to help us staff accordingly.  Thank you!
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Mesilla Elementary Yearbook Info!
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This Saturday, Las Cruces Public Schools will be celebrating early childhood health! Join us on April 29, from 10a.m.-2p.m. at Las Cruces High School for a day of FREE wellness, fun, exercise, health screenings, food trucks, preschool resources, & much more! This event is free.
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Come celebrate Early Childhood Health
Come celebrate Early Childhood Health
Join us for the Family Bike Fiesta on Saturday April 29th from 9am - noon at Lynn Community Middle School. Find us on the basketball courts west of the gym off Nevada Ave. This event is brought to you by the LCPS Safe Routes To School Program. Kids, bring your bikes! (If you don't have a bike, borrow one from us.) Adults, bring your bikes and helmets for the community ride. Please note, all the stations are for the students, but adults, we want you to learn and enjoy with your kids. Everything is first come, first served and while supplies last.
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Family Bike Fiesta
Family Bike Fiesta
Mark your calendars and RSVP now!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Manes
LD
Join us for our Family Engagement Festival happening on Friday April 28, from 6p.m.-8p.m. at Desert Hills Elementary School located at 280 N. Roadrunner Pkwy, Las Cruces, NM 88011. You must register for the event before the deadline on Monday, April 21, 2023. For more information, contact Kimberly: York-kimberly.york@ped.nm.gov
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Family Engagement Festival
Do you know of a youth group raising funds to support activities or travel? The Keep Las Cruces Beautiful program is holding a Youth Service Week from April 24-29. During this week youth, groups have the opportunity to complete a community service project that will clean up an area in Las Cruces. As a token of appreciation for the community service, the group will earn a $250 stipend from Keep Las Cruces Beautiful. Those wishing to participate should be willing to commit to a minimum of two hours. The group can choose its own project or one can be assigned. To participate, please register by clicking the link: https://forms.office.com/g/vsptLiJRyn. Be advised, this is not an LCPS program. Questions or requests for additional information should be directed to: Amelia Corrales, Interim Keep Las Cruces Beautiful Coordinator Direct: 575-528-4506 Main: 575-541-2454 acorrales@lascruces.gov
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Keep Las Cruces Beautiful
We are proud to congratulate the three district finalists for the 2024 Educational Support Personnel of the Year Award for Las Cruces Public Schools. Jorge Legarreta was selected to be the Educational Support Personnel of the Year at Central Elementary School. Andrea Ramirez earned the title for Educational Support Personnel the Year at Camino Real Middle School. Emily Viramontes was named Educational Support Personnel of the Year at Jornada Elementary School. Congratulations to these exemplary educational support staff for always going above and beyond for students, every day!
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
LCPS 2024 Educational Support Personnel of the Year
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education will begin accepting applications from candidates interested in an appointment in District 1, a position on the board vacated by Ray Jaramillo. The deadline for candidates to submit all required documentation is April 12, 2023. Click the link for more information: https://www.lcps.net/article/1065638
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
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Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year. As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools  The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year.   As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools  The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year.   As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools  The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year.   As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools  The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year.   As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools  The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year.   As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools  The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year.   As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
Forward to the Moon Camp 🚀 Las Cruces Public Schools  The Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces offered 6-day camps during the 2022-23 school year.   As always, we had an excellent crew to work with. Plans are now being made for summer camps. Stay tuned for details. #NM #LasCruces #Science Challenger Learning Center of Las Cruces
April is Recycle Month and April 22nd is Earth Day. Less than 14% of the 86 million tons of plastics produced annually are actually recycled. Therefore, we are leaving 73.97 million tons of plastic to pollute our environment and overflow our landfills each year. We Can Do Better! Here are some tips to recycle: • Avoid single-use plastic items; instead utilize glass or paper • Glass products can be reused • Paper products are much friendlier for the environment #CityOfLasCrucesUtility Services #LasCrucesGreenChamberofCommerce #LasCrucesPublicSchools #IllegalDumpingPartnership #DoñaAnaCountyGovernmentCenter
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
April is Recycle Month AND April 22nd is Earth Day. Less than 14% of the 86 million tons of plastics produced annually are actually recycled. Therefore, we are leaving 73.97 million tons of plastic to pollute our environment and overflow our landfills each year. We Can Do Better!  ~Avoid single-use plastic items and utilize glass or paper instead. Glass products are easily reused, and paper is a much friendlier product to the environment.  City Of Las Cruces Utility Services Las Cruces Green Chamber of Commerce Las Cruces Public Schools Illegal Dumping Partnership Doña Ana County Government Center
Mark your calendars Mesilla!!!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Manes
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LCPS Presents the 2nd Annual Spring Literacy Extravaganza! Come and join us for the 2nd annual Spring Literacy Extravaganza for families and kids of all ages, brought to you by Las Cruces Public Schools. The Spring Literacy Extravaganza will be held on April 5, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Plaza de Las Cruces. There will be many book giveaways, door prizes, fun activities, food trucks, and more! Come join all the fun this Wednesday and bring the family!
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
LCPS Presents the 2nd Annual Spring Literacy Extravaganza
LCPS Presents the 2nd Annual Spring Literacy Extravaganza
Kona Ice will be at Mesilla Elementary for our School Track Meet!  Although only Grades 3-5 participate in the track meet events, ALL STUDENTS are invited to watch and purchase Kona Ice.  Check your email for this digital copy and Track Meet Info from Coach Aleman!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Manes
KI
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of SB188. Students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico State Senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor the bill after he was inspired by a presentation they led to adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. Today, SB 188 was signed into law by Governor Grisham, making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma.
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham joined students at Monte Vista Elementary to celebrate history in the making with the signing of Senate Bill 188.  Earlier this year, students from Monte Vista worked with New Mexico state senator Bill Soules who helped sponsor SB 188, after he was inspired by a presentation led by a group of 5th graders from the school who wanted to formally adopt the smell of roasting green chile in the fall as New Mexico's official aroma. On Tuesday, March 28, 2023, Governor Lujan Grisham signed SB 188 into law by making New Mexico the first state in the Union to have an official aroma. Effective June 16, New Mexico has an official state aroma.
Attention parents and athletes: With high winds expected on Thursday, March 30, and concern for bus travel and athlete safety, District 3-5A has come to a consensus to move all of Thursday games to Wednesday, March 29. Game times will remain as scheduled.
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
With high winds expected on Thursday, March 30 and concern for bus travel and athlete safety, District 3-5A has come to a consensus to move all of Thursday games to Wednesday, March 29.  Game times will remain as scheduled.
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education will begin accepting applications from candidates interested in an appointment in District 1, a position on the board vacated by Ray Jaramillo. The deadline for candidates to submit all required documentation is April 12, 2023. During a special meeting of the Board of Education on Monday, board members approved a process by which the vacancy will be filled, detailed in a letter to the community. Qualified candidates must meet the following criteria: -Be a registered voter -Be 18 years of age or older, and -Physically reside in District 1 Click here for more information: https://www.lcps.net/article/1039932
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education will begin accepting applications from candidates interested in an appointment in District 1, a position on the board vacated last week by Ray Jaramillo. The deadline for candidates to submit all required documentation is April 12, 2023.
This week, some of the K-12 district science leadership team are spending part of their Spring Break in Atlanta, Georgia at the National Science Teachers Association Conference!
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Some of the K-12 district science leadership team are spending part of their Spring Break in Atlanta, Georgia at the National Science Teachers Association Conference!
Join the LCPS Finance Division, on March 29th at 5:30p.m. for a Town Hall Meeting covering your district's budget. Next week, voice your child's needs and participate in the decision-making. We'll see you soon!
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Budget Townhall
The LCPS Board of Education will hold a Special session on March 13, 2023, at 5:00 p.m. to discuss the vacancy in District 1 and the appointment of an acting and/or interim superintendent (closed session) at the Dr. Karen M. Trujillo Administration Complex. You can watch a livestream here: https://livestream.com/lcpstv/events/10584699
about 1 year ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
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