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District lines changing at Canutillo ISD

The CISD board of trustees unanimously approved the new boundaries for the soon-to-be six elementary schools in the district.

EPCC mourns loss of administrator

El Paso Community College (EPCC) is saddened to announce the passing or Dr. Ernst E. Roberts II. Dr. Roberts was the Vice President of Administration and Financial Operations.

Canutillo ISD names two new principals; including head of new Reyes school

The Canutillo Independent School District (CISD) has named two principals,Teresa Clapsaddle to Canutillo High School and DebraY. Kerney, Ph.D., to CISD’s newest facility, Congressman Silvestre & Carolina Reyes Elementary School.

Edible Education: Free Spring Break institute for teachers

Join La Semilla Food Center for our Edible Education Spring Break Institute hosted at Bowie High School!

Restoration bidding process to begin on historic streetcars

Nine historic streetcars which will soon be part of El Paso's Street Car Project have been relocated from their dusty graves and into the Global Reach Science and Technology Park on El Paso International Airport property in order to allow c

School to start early for more young students in Las Cruces

More young students in Las Cruces will be able to get a head start on their education next school year. The Kindergarten through 3rd grade Plus Program provides an additional 25 days of instruction in early in August.

NMSU history professor receives NEH fellowship

A New Mexico State University professor has received a prestigious grant to spend her sabbatical completing her manuscript “Armchair Travelers and the Venetian Discovery of the New World.”

Las Cruces students walkout over controversial PARCC exam

Thousands of students across New Mexico got up and left the classroom Monday morning to protest a new state mandated exam, which determines whether or not they get their diplomas. 

New associate dean helps Honors College students become leaders

Timothy Ketelaar likes being part of a team.

NMSU offers university-wide sustainability minor

Beyond the growing trend of “going green,” New Mexico State University has caught on to the universal movement transforming the job market for graduating students – a movement that benefits the student, the university and the

SISD pays for all high school juniors to take SAT exam

Wednesday was a very important day for the Junior class in all Socorro Independent School District Schools.

SISD spends thousands cleaning up malware attack

An Eastlake High School student is facing charges of breach of computer security. A spokesperson with the Socorro Independent School District said the student downloaded malware at the school and hit 15 computers in the lab.

YISD students, teachers display artwork on hand-painted shovels

A group of hand-painted shovels are now on display at La Galeria De La Mision De Senecu, 8455 Alameda Ave

Texas A&M Corps of Cadets selects first woman Commander