Start of Summer Update from Las Cruces Public Schools- Grads, Meals, and More (Audio) Kelly Jameson, Public Information Officer for Las Cruces Public Schools provides the latest update from Las Cruces Public Schools- Friday Grad Schedule at Feild of Dreams Centennial High School Friday, May 22 9 a.m. RioRead More →

NMPED: Extended Learning Programs on Hiatus     K-5 Plus, an enrichment program for elementary-aged children, and the Extended Learning Time Program (ELTP) are on hiatus this summer to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The K-5 Plus and ELTP were scheduled to continue this summer in LCPS. The announcement was made by the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) late Tuesday evening. “This was difficult news toRead More →

Possible Traffic Congestion During Drive-Thru Senior Celebration Ceremonies Las Cruces police encourage residents of the Legends West neighborhood, and those who frequent North Motel Boulevard and Tashiro Drive, to be prepared for traffic congestion during the high school drive-thru senior celebration ceremonies scheduled for May 21 and May 22 atRead More →

Photo Caption: Dr. Wendi Miller-Tomlinson, top, hosts a virtual ceremony honoring 80 LCPS seniors who announced which colleges and universities they will be attending in the fall. Miller-Tomlinson was joined by Sra. Maria Flores, Vice President of the LCPS Board of Education, and five area high school principals.  Kelly Jameson, PIO for Las CrucesRead More →

Seniors Recognized on Academic Signing Day               As many as 90 seniors from all six Las Cruces Public Schools high schools will be recognized for their academic achievements and college choice during the district’s Sixth Annual Academic Signing Day. The ceremonial signing will take place virtually on Wednesday, May 13 at 5:30 p.m. and will be made available toRead More →

Las Cruces Public Schools families may be eligible for additional nutritional assistance benefits over the summer, thanks to federal relief funds that were recently released to New Mexico. The state estimates that approximately 71% of New Mexico students are now eligible to receive benefits through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer.Read More →