In the upcoming 2015-16 school year, Los Lunas Schools will start the next evolution in school reforms.
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Katherine Gallegos Elementary School teacher Rose Gallegos was taken by surprise when she won 100 free movie tickets to take students and chaperones to see the new animated Pixar/Walt Disney Pictures' film, "Inside Out."
When faced with the annual question, "So, what did you do on your summer vacation?" despite parents' best efforts, the response from students is usually a disinterested, "Nothin'."
Diane Silva, a Valencia High School teacher and student activities coordinator, has been named Los Lunas Schools' Teacher of the Year.
Los Lunas Schools officials were stunned when they reviewed the teacher evaluation results released by the New Mexico Public Education Department two weeks ago.
Los Lunas Schools will have a $1.6 million shortfall next year, but it won't mean any staff layoffs.
The Mothers of Mighty Men are a group of moms with sixth-grade boys at Raymond Gabaldon Elementary School.
Rolling Rs and silent Hs are just some of the nuances of the Spanish language. Knowing the grammar rules about accent marks is a must in the Spanish spelling bee.
After several hours of interviews Saturday, and a two-hour executive session, the Los Lunas Board of Education chose Dana Sanders as the superintendent of Los Lunas Schools.
Every month, Los Lunas Schools, in partnership with the Roadrunner Food Bank, delivers food at Ann Parish Elementary School to feed more than 150 local families.
Los Lunas Schools surpassed the state 2014 graduation rate and are inching toward the national average of 81 percent.
Educators are a special breed with qualities that make them well suited to the patience-testing task of educating children.
LOS LUNAS – Hours after he was named the new head coach of the Los Lunas football team, Terrell Trantham turned his thoughts to his closet – the place the…[Read more]