Radiothon Friday For Annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ Campaign    On Friday, July 31, the parking lot at Las Cruces Public Schools Administration Office will become a grid of safely-distanced phone banks in an effort to raise money for student supplies and technology access.   The Stuff the Bus annual campaign, spearheaded by locally-owned radio group Bravo Mic Communications, opted for a telethon to raise money rather thanRead More →

LCPS Special Meeting: School Will Start Remotely in Fall 2020 You can hear the latest update from Kelly Jameson of Las Cruces Public Schools here. Citing student and staff safety, input from board members, teachers, parents and community members, LCPS Superintendent Dr. Karen Trujillo announced that administration would focus on transitioning students to remote learning beginning Aug.Read More →

District Releases Hybrid Return Plan for 2020-2021 School Year   Las Cruces Public Schools, following the collective work of the Re-Entry Task Force, has finalized a hybrid plan for students, teachers and staff to return to the classroom in the fall. The Return Plan follows the guidelines for 50% occupancy under the yellow model as outlined by theRead More →

Parents are reminded that school-aged children must be up-to-date on all immunizations or have the proper New Mexico Department of Health Immunization Exemption before they can start school this fall. Las Cruces Public Schools recently announced they are on track to reopen schools under a hybrid model beginning Aug. 12.Read More →

The Superintendent and Athletics Department at Las Cruces Public Schools has extended the Return to Play guidelines for summer workouts. The district-wide safety protocols have been in place since June 22 for football, soccer, volleyball and cross country. Following the latest information from the governor’s office to mitigate the spreadRead More →

Summer Workout Safety Guidelines Extended   The Superintendent and Athletics Department at Las Cruces Public Schools has extended the Return to Play guidelines for summer workouts. The district-wide safety protocols have been in place since June 22 for football, soccer, volleyball and cross country. Following the latest information from the governor’sRead More →

Lt. Governor Howie Morales called into 101 Gold early this morning and spoke with Lyndsey Kalson about getting our kids back to school this Fall, the latest news to come from Santa Fe’s special Legislative session, balancing our state budget, the New Mexico’s continued response to COVID-19. You can hearRead More →