Education

Española Resident Named State “Tutor Of The Year” For Adult Literacy

by Staff Reporter / Jul 21, 2015 / comments
New Mexico Coalition for Literacy Executive Director Heather Heunermund presents Ernest Cata with the state-wide Adult Literacy "Tutor of the Year" award at the annual NMCL conference in Albuquerque. Courtesy image

Española Resident Named State “Tutor Of The Year” For Adult Literacy

Española Schools Board Mandates Living Wage Of $10 Per Hour: All Staff And Substitutes Included

by Staff Reporter / Jul 17, 2015 / comments

The Española Public Schools Board of Education at their regular Board meeting held July 15, 2015 instructed staff to pay people who work for the schools, in any capacity, a minimum of ten dollars per hour. Read more about this living wage effort here.

Española School Board Sends Albuq Company Packing

by Staff Reporter / Jul 16, 2015 / comments

In a surprise during Thursday's meeting, the Española School Board chose not to take Superintendent Bobbie Gutierrez’s recommendation to hire Albuquerque-based Facility BUILD (FB) on a sole bid for remodeling work that Gutierrez said is “most urgent” on four portables at Española Valley High School. 

Northern’s RN-BSN Program Recognized for Excellence in Holistic Nursing

by Staff Reporter / Jul 09, 2015 / comments
Courtesy Photo: Northern RN-BSN alumnus Christine Woolsey, Assistant Program Director Darlene Hess and holistic nursing educator Barbara Dossey.

Northern’s RN-BSN Program Recognized for Excellence in Holistic Nursing

ESPAÑOLA , NM – Northern New Mexico College’s RN-BSN Nursing Program was awarded the Excellence in Holistic Nursing Award by the American Holistic Nurse Association this June.

School Board Member's Fate in Jeapordy

by Reporter / Jul 08, 2015 / comments

Residency questions are mounting for School Board Member Annabelle Almager and some community members are demanding her removal for breaking the law. Read on to learn more about this developing story.

More Spanish Speakers in the United States Than in Spain

by Staff Reporter / Jul 08, 2015 / comments

More Spanish Speakers in the United States  Than in Spain

Bilingual US Ahead And (YES) NM Leads the Way

By R.W. with the Jemez Daily Post

USDA Rural Development Seeks Grant Applications

by Carol Clark / Jul 06, 2015 / comments
USDA Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner. Courtesy image

USDA Rural Development Seeks Grant Applications

Submitted by Carol A. Clark

New Mexico Wildlife Center’s First Summer Science Camp

by Staff Reporter / Jul 05, 2015 / comments
Camp participants spend an afternoon playing in Abiquiu lake. Courtesy image

New Mexico Wildlife Center’s First Summer Science Camp
Submitted through the Abiquiu News by Christy Wall.

Valley Residents Help to Provide $5 Million in Scholarships

by Reporter / Jul 05, 2015 / comments
Celebrating a new record-breaking total for the Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund are, from left, scholarship program chair Steven Girrens (Associate Director for Engineering at Los Alamos) and scholarship program officer Tony Fox. Courtesy image

Valley Residents Help to Provide $5 Million in Scholarships

Free STEM Summer Program with DRONES

by Reporter / Jul 03, 2015 / comments

Free STEM Summer Program with DRONES

ESPAÑOLA - Northern New Mexico College has announced a new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Summer Program focused on aerial analysis with drones.

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