Could your child benefit from tutoring? Sign them up for Tutoring by Two! Tutoring by Two is an online tutoring service created by two LCPS students, Lauren To and Nyasia Lambert-White. Both students attend Arrowhead Park Early College High School and created Tutoring by Two during the pandemic when schools at LCPS went into remote learning in 2020. Tutoring by Two provides tutoring services from kindergarten math to Algebra 2. Tutoring by Two also offers 3 types of help: lesson review, homework help, and test review. Spots are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Click here to learn more and sign up: https://sites.google.com/view/tutoringbytwo/home.
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Tutoring by Two
Las Cruces Public Schools will be having a job fair for anyone interested in joining our nutrition services team. The job fair will be held on Friday, Sept. 23, from 8:30a.m. - 12:00p.m. at Las Montanas High School, located 1405 S. Solano Dr. LC, NM 88001. Click here to access the application link: https://5il.co/1hw1c Las Escuelas Públicas de Las Cruces tendrán una feria de trabajo para cualquier persona interesada en unirse a nuestro equipo de servicios de nutrición. La feria de trabajo se llevará a cabo el viernes 23 de septiembre de 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 pm. en la escuela secundaria Las Montanas, ubicada en 1405 S. Solano Dr. LC, NM 88001. Haga clic aquí para acceder al enlace de la aplicación: https://5il.co/1hw7r
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Job Fair Nutrition Services
Job Fair Nutrition Services
The Centennial Hawks will face the Mayfield Trojans tonight at 7:00 p.m. Bring the family and let's pack the stands, football fans! Student tickets are on sale for $2. Catch Friday Night at the Field of Dreams, brought to you by LCPS.TV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZZJAWP6tqY
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Friday Night Football at the Field of Dreams
Cruces Creatives invites K-12 LCPS Teachers to: Make it & Take it! Join us to learn how to make and take home your own plant propagation station! While building your propagation station, our instructors and CommunityShare coordinators will share how this project can be brought into your classroom in a variety of ways, whether through natural science, mathematics, or anywhere in between! Would you like to go even further with your students by engaging with folks in the “real world"? Stay after the build to connect with our CommunityShare team to hear about resources and community connections that can be brought to your students. During or after the event, you can join our ongoing Community of Practice in Education, which is open to all LCPS K-12 teachers who want to engage with, inspire, and be inspired by fellow educators in transforming classrooms into community experiences. Join Us! Click the link to learn more: https://www.crucescreatives.org/event-4956844.
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Make it and take it
Let's celebrate Mesilla Park Elementary officially becoming the newest Community School in the Las Cruces Public Schools District! Join us on September 14, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. at Mesilla Park Elementary, located at 955 W. Union Ave. Las Cruces, NM 88005. ¡Celebremos que la Escuela Primaria Mesilla Park se convierta oficialmente en la Escuela Comunitaria más nueva en el Distrito de Escuelas Públicas de Las Cruces! Únase a nosotros el 14 de septiembre de 2022 a las 9:00 a. m. en Mesilla Park Elementary, ubicada en 955 W. Union Ave. Las Cruces, NM 88005.
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Mesilla Park Ribbon Cutting
Mesilla Park Ribbon Cutting
Mayfield will be taking on Organ Mountain this Thursday night for the first inner-city football game of the year, happening at the Field of Dreams. Be there to watch the Knights battle it out against the Trojans. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Students only pay $2! Get your tickets today!
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Football Game on Thursday
Power Outage Update: Power has been restored at MacArthur Elementary, Picacho Middle School, and Central Elementary. Thank you!
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
We are lcps
Could your child benefit from tutoring? Sign them up for Tutoring by Two! Tutoring by Two is an online tutoring service created by two LCPS students, Lauren To and Nyasia Lambert-White. Both students attend Arrowhead Park Early College High School and created Tutoring by Two during the pandemic when schools at LCPS went into remote learning in 2020. Tutoring by Two provides tutoring services from kindergarten math to Algebra 2. Tutoring by Two also offers 3 types of help: lesson review, homework help, and test review. Spots are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Click here to learn more and sign up: https://sites.google.com/view/tutoringbytwo/home.
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Tutoring by Two
At 2:45 p.m. The following schools have lifted their shelter in place weather protocol: Doña Ana Elementary, MacArthur, Hermosa Heights, Jornada, MVLA.
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
As of 12:50 p.m. many campuses are sheltering in place due to lightning, including: MVLA, Vista Middle, Camino, Sunrise, Central Elementary, Conlee, Alameda, Lynn, Tombaugh, Jornada, Desert Hills, Mesilla Park Elementary, Monte Vista, Hermosa Heights, Sierra, Sonoma, Doña Ana Elementary, Organ Mountain, Picacho Middle, Centennial, Zia, Loma Heights, Las Cruces High, Fairacres Elementary, and MacArthur. Lightning is a very unpredictable event and is quite capable of striking anywhere and at any time throughout an active cell. Visitors to school campuses may be sheltered in place in a school cafeteria or gym. If you need to pick up your child while a school is sheltering in place due to weather, you may do so at your own risk. Las Cruces Public Schools assumes no responsibility for your child at that point. Please expect delays as it takes time to call each child out of class individually or in small groups. Please click the link to find the lightning safety protocols for LCPS: https://www.lcps.net/page/safety-tips. To receive important alerts and information from your schools, please download the LCPS app today! Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3z1L88X or iPhone: https://apple.co/3BYAOAh.
3 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Lightning
Our 5th graders are actively engaged with this hands- on Measurement and Data project. #magicalmoments
4 months ago, Bob Dearborn
5th Grade Measurement
COVID-19 Testing is available in Las Cruces with no out-of-pocket costs! Visit the testing location at Doña Ana Community College, 2800 N. Sonoma Ranch Blvd Mon-Sat from 8 AM - 3 PM. Testing is also available at New Mexico State University, (Lot #27) 1738 E. University Ave. on Mon-Fri from 8 AM - 3 PM. Book now at curative.com. ¡Las pruebas de COVID-19 están disponibles en Las Cruces sin costos de bolsillo! Visite el lugar de la prueba en Doña Ana Community College, 2800 N. Sonoma Ranch Blvd de lunes a sábado de 8 a. m. a 3 p. m. Las pruebas también están disponibles en New Mexico State University, (Lot #27) 1738 E. University Ave. de lunes a viernes de 8 am a 3 pm. Reserva ahora en curative.com.
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
COVID 19 Testing
COVID 19 Testing
As of 3:00 p.m., many campuses are sheltering in place due to lightning, including: Zia, Central, LCHS, Picacho Middle, Desert Hills, Sierra, Sunrise, Fairacres, Lynn, and Vista Middle School. Lightning is a very unpredictable event and is quite capable of striking anywhere and at any time throughout an active cell. Visitors to school campuses may be sheltered in place in a school cafeteria or gym. If you need to pick up your child while a school is sheltering in place due to weather, you may do so at your own risk. Las Cruces Public Schools assumes no responsibility for your child at that point. Please expect delays as it takes time to call each child out of class individually or in small groups. Please click the link to find the lightning safety protocols for LCPS: https://www.lcps.net/page/safety-tips. To receive important alerts and information from your schools, please download the LCPS app today! Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3z1L88X or iPhone: https://apple.co/3BYAOAh.
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
We are lcps
Several LCPS campuses are currently sheltering in place due to lightning, including Dona Ana Elementary, East Picacho, Picacho Middle, LCHS, Alameda, Sierra, OMHS, Central, Cesar Chavez, Mesilla, Mesilla Park, Sunrise, Sonoma, Vista Middle. We will keep you updated on how this could affect dismissal. To receive important alerts and information from your schools, please download the LCPS app today! Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3z1L88X or iPhone: https://apple.co/3BYAOAh. Please click the link to find the lightning safety protocols for LCPS: https://www.lcps.net/page/safety-tips.
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
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Dear LCPS families, This time of year, the weather can complicate our school day without much notice. Lightning strikes are a very real threat to student safety, and our protocols can sometimes make it inconvenient for families when a school must shelter in place because of weather, especially at the end of the school day. Unfortunately, we have previously experienced a lightning strike on campus that injured a student, and we do not want that to happen again. In order to ensure the safety of all students, LCPS has adopted the following safety protocols in the event of inclement weather. The district has purchased a weather application called Weather Sentry available for download by school administrators and coaches. This is the official weather monitoring system to be used to monitor weather districtwide. If lightning is detected within a 10-mile radius, a school will activate a shelter in place. The district is currently reviewing this portion of our lightning protocol. A return to normal activity can only be made once the weather system has clearly passed from the area and no lightning strikes within 10 miles have occurred with 30 minutes. The administrator responsible for the accurate monitoring of the weather app will make the decision to seek shelter. Lightning is a very unpredictable event and is quite capable of striking anywhere and at any time throughout an active cell. Failure to follow these protocols could result in catastrophic consequences. Visitors to school campuses may be sheltered in place in a school cafeteria or gym. If you need to pick up your child while a school is sheltering in place due to weather, you may do so at your own risk. Las Cruces Public Schools assumes no responsibility for your child at that point. Please expect delays as it takes time to call each child out of class individually or in small groups. Please click the link to find the lightning safety protocols for LCPS: https://www.lcps.net/page/safety-tips
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
We are lcps
Several LCPS campuses are currently sheltering in place due to lightning, including Mayfield, Zia, East Picacho, Picacho Middle, MacArthur, Monte Vista, LCHS, Mesa Middle, Booker T. Washington, Fairacres, Alameda, Camino, Sierra, OMHS, MVLA, Hillrise, Central, Vista, University Hills, Cesar Chavez, Columbia, Mesilla, Mesilla Park, Sunrise, Sonoma, Vista, Loma Heights, Zia Highland. We will keep you updated on how this could affect dismissal.
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
We are lcps
The Dona Ana Council of Lions Clubs & Essilor Vision Foundation Presents: Changing Life Through Lenses — FREE GLASSES DAY. The event will be held on August 20th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Lions Club Community Center, 1501 N Solano Dr, Las Cruces, NM 88001. The event is free and will be for single vision lenses or lined bifocals only. You must have a current copy of the glasses prescription (no expired prescription will be accepted). No progressive or transition lenses are available. For more information, please call 575-525 5631.
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
FREE GLASSES DAY August 20th
Attention LCPS families: For the safety of our students and staff, several schools have gone into a shelter-in-place due to lightning in the area. Please note busses will be running late this afternoon. Students will be dismissed when it is safe. Thank you for your patience. Atención familias de LCPS: por la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y personal, varias escuelas se han refugiado en el lugar debido a los rayos en el área. Tenga en cuenta que los autobuses funcionarán tarde esta tarde. Los estudiantes serán despedidos cuando sea seguro. Gracias por su paciencia.
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
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Happening today: FBI, Local Law Enforcement Host ‘Safety in Our Schools: A Conversation with Parents’ — District-organized conversation addresses safety, threat aversion. As the start of a new school year gets underway, administrators at Las Cruces Public Schools, together with local and federal law enforcement, will provide an opportunity for parents to hear about current training and safety plans aimed at mitigating potential threats on Wednesday, July 27 at 6 p.m. The meeting, hosted by LCPS and the City of Las Cruces, will include information from the FBI and the Las Cruces Police Department. “Following the horrific news in Uvalde, school safety is on everyone’s mind,” said LCPS Superintendent Ralph Ramos. “This informational meeting is an opportunity for parents to hear from law enforcement and gain a better understanding of how we train and equip our schools to be as prepared as we possibly can for any potential threat.” Agents with the Albuquerque Field Office of the FBI will be opening the agenda on Wednesday, followed by remarks from Superintendent Ramos and Las Cruces Police Chief Miguel Dominguez. Training officers with LCPD will walk parents through certain scenarios related to active shooter training and protocols that would be followed in the event something similar happened in Las Cruces. “We hope law enforcement never has an opportunity to put this training to use in real life,” noted Ramos. “But not being prepared is not an option. In addition to our work with law enforcement, we will continue to stress the importance of situational awareness in our schools. Our students are always reminded to report suspicious behavior to a responsible adult and do their part to ensure a safe learning environment for all students and staff.” Safety in Our Schools: A Conversation With Parents will be hosted inside the Las Cruces City Council Chambers on Wednesday, July 27 from 6 to 7 p.m. The meeting is open to LCPS parents and members of the public as space permits. The meeting will be live-streamed at www.CLCTV.com, www.YouTube.com/clctv20, or on Comcast cable channel 20 or HD channel 928.
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICE OFFERING BACK-TO-SCHOOL IMMUNIZATIONS JULY 1ST THROUGH AUGUST 31ST The immunization clinic is open to the public and immunizations will be administered at no cost for children 18 years old and younger. Parents need to bring a copy of their child’s shot record, insurance card, including Medicaid to child’s appointment. Click here for more information: https://www.lcps.net/article/786093
4 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Back to School Immunization Clinics