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Education

  • NMHU has welcome center, visit specialist

    By Margaret McKinney, N.M. Highlands University

    New Mexico Highlands University recently launched a new Welcome Center and other campus visit services geared toward prospective student’s individual academic interests.
    Crystal Burch is the new campus visit specialist at Highlands.

    Burch has worked in higher education for nearly seven years. Previously, she served as Highlands’ admissions specialist in the Office of Student Recruitment and Undergraduate Admissions.

  • Wood shop opens at LCC’s Santa Rosa campus

    The Guadalupe County Communicator

    It took 10 years to get it up and running, but, late last month, the opening for community inspection Luna Community College’s latest addition to Santa Rosa finally took place.

    About 60 people turned out to see and hear about Luna’s across-the-street addition to its downtown satellite facility at South Fourth Street and Corona Avenue. The shop is the first phase of a two-phase plan to renovate the building on the northwest corner, where the Square Deal Food Market once stood.

  • Valley Elem./ Middle School Jan. 2018 Students of the Month

    Here are the Valley Elementary and Middle School students of the month for January 2018.

    They are Justina Tapia, kindergarten; Max Buell, first grade; Luvena Padilla, second grade; Valentin Romero, third grade; Emilio Montano, fourth grade; Josiah Rubio, eigth grade; Santana Sandoval, sixth grade; Frank Gonzales, fifth grade.

  • Valley Elem./Middle School, Jan. 2018 Student of the Month

    Seventh-grader Amor Bustamante is Valley Elementary and Middle School's student of the month for January 2018.

  • NMHU program designed to help bring life to language

    By Margaret McKinney, N.M. Highlands University

    PECOS — The New Mexico Highlands University Spanish Program is planning activities for 2018 that aim to bring the language alive through enriching students’ understanding of Hispanic history and culture in Northern New Mexico and the U.S.

  • Sierra Vista Elementary Semester One 2017-18 Honor Roll

    A Honor Roll Semester 1
    Fourth Grade
    Noah Barela, Katelyn Benavidez, Isabela Brizal, Brenen Deisler, Laila Espinoza, Gabriela Fulgenzi, Isaiah Larson, Jacob Lopez, Selah Marrujo, Alyssa Maestas, Eleanna Maestas, Rianna Montoya, Elijah Ortiz, Noah Pino, Noah Probst, Aidan Romero, Antonio Romero, Kaylee Sena, Annabelle Ulibarri and Itzel Yanez.
    Fifth Grade

  • Sierra Vista Elementary October, November, December 2017 and January 2018 Students of the Month

    October Students of the month: Caring
    6th grade
    Akeem Maestas, Silviana Duran, Deanndra Trujillo, Elizabeth Hernandez, and Ciara Mountjoy
    5th grade
    Aiden Mascarenas, Naomi Weathers, Gracelynn Stanaway, Nathaniel Gonzales, and Kianna Ortiz
    4th grade
    Lauren Martinez, Grayson Anderson, Laila Espinoza, Kelly Tucker, Cristiana Rios, and Jahmari Egerton

    November Students of the month: Trustworthy
    6th grade
    Jadalin Quintana, Mars McIntosh, Jordan Harris, Julianna Dominguez, and Ashley Grantham

  • Los Ninos Elementary, Second Nine Weeks A and B Honor Roll

    A Honor Roll - Elijah Guzman.

    B Honor Roll - Brooklyn Barela, Isaac Urioste, Anjeliqur Martinez, Kaylana Montano, Alyssa Martinez, Alecandra Segura, Kaye Killian, Itzel Gonzales and Javis Sena.

  • Eastern Oregon University: Fall 2017 Dean’s List

    LA GRANDE, Ore. — At the close of fall term, 529 EOU students qualified for the dean’s list. These students maintained a GPA of 3.5 or higher while completing at least 12 hours of graded coursework during the term.

    Sarah Hathcock of Las Vegas, N.M. earned this distinction.

  • Highlands business department gets 20-year accreditation

    Las Vegas Optic reports

    According to a recent news release from Highlands University, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs announced the continued accreditation of the university’s Department of Business Administration.

    The university’s graduate and undergraduate programs have been accredited by ACBSP for 20 years and have remained in good standing since their initial accreditation.