Freedom New Mexico New Mexico Game and Fish is conducting the last spring hunter education classes in Clovis. The registration deadline is Tuesday and can be completed at the Clovis Wal-Mart sporting goods department. The class is required for anyone under age 18 wanting to purchase a state hunting license. Classes are held at Clovis […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Marshall Middle School English teacher Leslie Chavez works on a lesson with her seventh-grade students. By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico Two schools in eastern New Mexico will be holding classes on Presidents Day to make up for snow day closures. Logan and Portales’ schools will be in session Monday […]
The following are closed Thursday due to the winter storm: Closed: Clovis Christian Schools Clovis Municipal Schools Clovis Community College (day & evening classes) Dora Schools Elida Schools Farwell Schools Floyd Schools House Schools Logan Schools Mesalands Community College Portales Municipal Schools San Jon Schools Eastern New Mexico University — classes resume Friday.
The following is a partial list of school schedules today. We will add others as we receive information: All Clovis schools resume classes on schedule, according to spokesperson Penney Bailey. Dora and Elida schools also resume classes on schedule. Farwell, Melrose and Portales schools will resume classes on a two-hour delay. Clovis Community College and […]
Eastern New Mexico University in Portales is canceling all classes tonight that begin at 6 p.m. or later. Golden Library will remain open. The University switchboard number is 562-1011.
By Clyde Davis: Local Columnist It will soon be Halloween, the unofficial kickoff of the holiday marathon season. This is the time when I encourage my freshman English classes to have fun, writing either a story or memoir of a seasonal nature. Those who have no affiliation with All Hallows’ Eve/All Saints’ Day still have […]
File photo Clovis Christian School Superintendent Ladona Clayton requires all high school students to take advanced placement classes. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Clovis Christian School’s new superintendent spent her first 21/2-months on the job revamping. Among Ladona Clayton’s targets — college readiness programs, professional development for teachers, the evaluation process and even the […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Renie Smith’s senior English class learned to dance like peasants in the middle ages during a virtual field trip to the Sheffield Museum of Rural Life in Canada. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Clovis students can now tour the world from their classrooms. Clovis Municipal Schools are using a […]
By Jay Burns: Guest columnist I have often heard my peers, local residents and incoming Cannon Air Force Base personnel remark about the poor quality of education this district provides. After all, Clovis High has failed to meet state testing standards for several consecutive years now, and the graduation rate is far from perfect. However, […]
Five-year-old twins Milia, left, and Cadence Ratledge add a mane to their mirror image painting of a lion during class at Kids College. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer After painting an orange mane on half the lion’s head, Milia Ratledge’s hand hesitated before she brushed it on the other half of the animal’s head. […]