ENMU grad headed to Africa ENMU alumni Andrea Elizondo, who graduated in December, is headed to Ghana, West Africa, in February to work with the City of Refuge Ministries until April of this year. The ENMU Foundation picked up the tab and ENMU Alumni Affairs arranged for the design and printing of T-shirts for the […]
FFA members advance to state The Elida FFA parliamentary procedure teams competed in the District IV contests at Eastern New Mexico University on Wednesday. The Chapter team (Beuford Criswell, Rachel Cox, Kaylee Tibbs, Kevin Yager, Kris Yager, and Shealton Veo) placed first and qualified for state finals. The Greenhand team (Kayla Summers, Tayler Fraze, Kellie […]
BPA members earn state spots Congratulations to all the Business Professionals of America members who competed at regionals and qualified to advance to the state conference in February. Colleen Tollett, BPA sponsor, said she is proud of the way these students represented Dora High School. The following are the contest results:
Alisa Boswell Curry and Roosevelt County school districts did not fare well with the trial test results for the New Mexico Department of Education’s new A-F Grading System, which is set to replace the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) grading system. The Clovis school district received only As for two schools out of their 18, averaging […]
Classes will begin Tuesday Students who are not yet enrolled can contact enrollment services at 562-2178. Those who have not registered for classes can visit www.enmu.edu to register online. The last day to register for classes is Tuesday. Information: 562-2175.
The Associated Press SANTA FE — Nearly two-thirds of New Mexico’s schools received a grade of C or better under new ratings announced Tuesday by the Public Education Department. Portales High received a C; Portales Junior High had a D. The state plans to use the A to F grades to replace a federally mandated […]
Alisa Boswell Gov. Susana Martinez’s budget proposal to change the state funding formula for colleges and universities is drawing mixed reaction at institutions in Clovis and Portales. ENMU President Steven Gamble said he thinks the university will do well under the new policy if it is approved by the Legislature. But Clovis Community College President […]
Hispanic Affairs gathering school supplies Hispanic Affairs has taken the lead in gathering school supplies for the Bethel Orphanage, located in Juarez, Mexico. The drop off box is located in The Alley by the Hispanic Affairs’ door. All the donations will be delivered during Spring Break.
Early release School will be dismissed at 12:30 p.m. Thursday with buses running at 12:35 p.m. Classes will resume Jan. 10. The school office will reopen Jan. 9.
Sports Dec. 30: Basketball vs. Dora (junior varsity girls, varsity boys and girls), 4 p.m. Jan. 2 -7: EPAC basketball tournament, schedule TBA
Alisa Boswell ENMU President Steven Gamble said each commencement has unique qualities to it and fall graduation Saturday at Greyhound Arena was no different. “This one, for example, was quieter than others,” Gamble said. “Which I think was a positive.” Some 19 of 363 total graduates were students at the ENMU Portales campus. Faculty member […]
Freedom New Mexico The National Milk Mustache “Got milk?” campaign recently launched the call for entries for the 15th annual Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year (SAMMY) Awards. The 2012 SAMMY scholarship recognizes 25 student athletes who excel in academics, athletics, community service, leadership and who fuel their daily success with milk. Milk Mustache […]
Alisa Boswell Portales High School students are gearing up for their second time performing the play, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” which will be performed at the Lyceum Theatre in Clovis this weekend. Theater teacher Bill Strong said the students did a wonderful job their first time around, but attendance was down due to other […]
College of Business dean appointed Academic affairs has announced the appointment of D. Christopher Taylor as dean for the College of Business. Taylor holds a bachelor of science and a Ph.D. from Texas Tech University, as well as a master’s of management from Wayland Baptist University. In the community, Taylor serves as president of the […]
Sports schedule Dec. 12 — basketball, host Dora, 7th and 8th girls, JHB, 4 p.m. Dec. 16 — basketball, at Corona, V girls and boys, 4 p.m.
Steel band performance today Eastern New Mexico University will be hosting a steel band performance 7 p.m. today in the Buchanan Hall of the Music Building. The repertoire consists of calypso and other Caribbean styles along with jazz and pop influenced music. Information: 562-2377.
Sealed bids being accepted The junior class has an 8×10 mini barn frame and truss kit available for sealed bids. Turn in bids to Kyla in the school office or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a $160 value. Bids will be opened Dec. 29.
Sports schedule Dec. 6: Basketball, Hondo, here, varsity girls and boys, 5 p.m. Dec. 8: Basketball, Texico, there, 7th girls, 4:30 p.m. Dec. 8-10: Basketball, Elida tournament, varsity girls and boys.
Robin Fornoff New Mexico’s secretary of higher education cautioned leaders from across eastern New Mexico to get on board with his latest initiative or face falling behind. The call to action by Jose Garcia, appointed to higher education’s top spot by Gov. Susana Martinez almost a year ago, was part of a statewide tour of […]