Education column: Schools communicating through Skylert

We often take for granted some of the less exciting aspects of providing a quality education, such as keeping track of grades, attendance and other administrative-related activities that are critical to keeping our schools up and running for the benefit of our students, as well as for compliance with all legal requirements. One of the […]

Poster contest entries sought

CNJ staff Entries are being sought for Prairie Chicken Festival poster contest. The deadline for original artwork submissions to the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is March 1.The grand prize winning entry will be reproduced on the annual festival poster, and the artist will receive $300. Top winners in three age categories: adult, […]

An education best reward for good grades

Freedom New Mexico Remember a few years back — and for some of us it’s a little further than we’d care to admit — when perhaps dad produced a crisp five-dollar bill when that report card came home with an unexpected but much appreciated A in math? Maybe mom cooked up a favorite for dinner […]

Thursday morning briefing: Top grades, an auction and a night at the opera

Good morning. It’s the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Top grades Melrose High School and elementary school were recognized for top science performance on the 2010 New Mexico Standards Based Assessments, according to a news release. Melrose Elementary School had the highest percentage of students performing at proficientor advanced level in science in fifth grade […]

Education digest —

Liliana Castillo ENMU hosting science fair Eastern New Mexico University is hosting the 53rd annual Southeastern New Mexico Regional Science Fair on Feb. 26, according to a news release. The fair is open to students in grades six through 12 attending schools in southeastern New Mexico counties of Chavez, Curry, DeBaca, Eddy, Lea, Lincoln and […]

Clovis reducing ticket prices for athletic events

The Clovis High athletic office is reducing ticket prices for CHS events for the 2010-11 school year. Tickets for students in grades 7-12, senior citizens and military are $3, while tickets for students in grades 1-6 are $2, athletic director Brian Stacy said. Ticket prices in those categories were previously $5. Questions can be directed […]

Start of school inching closer

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Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico Brown Early Childhood Center secretary Tanya Baca works at her desk Friday at the school. The Brown secretaries returned to work for the new school year this week. Argen Duncan Decorating bulletin boards, installing landscaping, going to meetings, ordering food. School employees in Clovis and Portales are getting ready for […]

July 31, 2008 Education Digest

Schools resume soon Area school openings: Curry County Clovis Municipal Schools Grades 1-12 — Aug. 13 Kindergarten — Aug.18, Grady Municipal Schools — Aug. 18 Melrose Municipal Schools — Aug. 20 Texico Municipal Schools — Aug. 19 Clovis Christian School — Aug. 18

List: Vacation Bible schools

The following church-sponsored vacation Bible schools will be held over the summer: Central Baptist Church —2501 N. Norris, June 18-22, 8:30 a.m.-noon, Avalanche Ranch, grades K-6. Church of Christ —1521 Pile, June 18-22, 9-11 a.m., Can You Dig It?, ages 4-adult Faith Christian Family Church — 3401 N. Norris, June 14-15, 5:30-8:30 p.m., June 16, […]

ENMU officials say lost schoolwork will be credited

Staff and wire reports PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble said students whose grades were lost by a computer malfunction last week will receive an A for the course. Students also will receive full credit for any assignments that cannot be recovered either through the system or a paper trail, he said. […]

Clovis High students given extra lunch time as grade incentive

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Adapting an old adage, Clovis High officials are hoping the best way to a student’s brain is through their stomachs. Effective upon the release of report cards later this month, Clovis High School students with grades of C or above will be released 20 minutes early for lunch. Those […]

Enlisted promotion pace levels out

By Tom Philpott: Military Update Career enlisted members in the Air Force and Navy have drawn surprisingly near to their Army and Marine Corps peers in speed of advancement to higher grades and higher pay. Enlisted promotion data gathered from the four services under the Defense Department show some remarkable changes from fiscal 2000 to […]

Web allows parents to track students

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The Clovis High School Web site informs students of activities, upcoming events and teacher profiles. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers It used to be that parents would have to wait for a report card to find out how their children were doing in school. Not anymore, not with the Internet at […]

8/4 Education Digest

CCC holding aid awareness workshop The Clovis Community College hopes to increase awareness of the world of financial aid through two Aug. 8th workshops, according to a CCC press release. The workshops are scheduled for 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the Ingram Room of the Clovis-Carver Public Library. The workshops will outline procedures for […]

Education Calendar 4/22

Today • Lincoln-Jackson Arts Academy “Spring Musical,” (grades 1,3,4) at 7 p.m. at Clovis Community College Town Hall. • Yucca Junior High Band Clinic from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the school band room. • Sandia Elementary “Spring Musical” (3,4) at 6:30 p.m. at the school gym. • La Casita Elementary lower grades “Spring […]

Student profiles

Clayton Kyle Craig is the son of Kyle and Karen Craig and is in the third grade at Highland Elementary School. What’s your idea of a perfect day? My idea of a perfect day is celebrating my birthday. I would go to the bowling alley, bowl and have lunch, come home to a family party, […]