Junior preview day March 24 Junior preview day is on March 24. The day will be informational and fun for high school juniors and their parents who will learn about the academic programs and student services, and get a chance to tour the campus.
Daniel Burnett, press secretary for the American Council of Trustees and Alumni, a non-profit dedicated to academic excellence, offers this commentary on the importance of knowing our history:
Academic testing ongoing Dora students in grades 3 through 12 will be participating in MAPS(Measures of Academic Progress) testing through Wednesday of this week. High school students will test 7:55 a.m. until 9:25 a.m., followed by a seven-period, slightly-abbreviated class schedule. Elementary students will be testing 9:30 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Progress reports sent home Progress reports will be handed out to students today to take home to parents. These reports reflect student academic progress through the first six weeks of the first grading period.
Argen Duncan By Argen Duncan PNT senior writer firstname.lastname@example.org With school in Dora, Elida and Floyd starting Wednesday, school employees and students are looking ahead into the new academic year. “I’ve just really enjoyed my time at Elida, and I plan to make the best of this last year,” said Elida High School incoming senior […]
Circle K International charters ENMU chapter The service organization Circle K International, a branch of Kiwanis International, has chartered a new chapter at Eastern New Mexico University with 19 active members. Along with highway trash pickup, they helped with the Habitat for Humanity home under construction on Kaywood Street. The group meets every Thursday at […]
Freedom New Mexico Freedom of speech and academic freedom prevailed last week when a deeply religious man — some call him a zealot — delivered a speech at the U.S. Air Force Academy after an intensive campaign to censor him by government force. Retired Marine Lt. Clebe McClary spoke at an Air Force Academy prayer […]
U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — The U.S. Air Force Academy football team here has the second-highest multi-year Academic Progress Rate of any team in the Football Bowl Subdivision, according the a report issued June 9 by NCAA officials. The APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester by tracking the […]
At 1 p.m. May 11, the annual Academic Awards Assembly was held at the Floyd High School gymnasium. The following scholarships and awards were presented by representatives of the granting organizations. Scholarship recipients: •
Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University senior Alex Mayo Otis has been selected First Team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District 6 for her performance in the role of designated player and in the classroom during the 2010 season. The Phoenix native was a second-team selection last season in addition to making the Lone Star […]
ENMU recruiter at PHS Stephanie McClary of Eastern New Mexico University Enrollment Services will be on campus tomorrow to speak with college-bound seniors interested in attending ENMU for the 2009-2010 academic year. PHS Scholarship Awards Assembly Scheduled Portales High School is holding the annual scholarship awards assembly Thursday in the PHS Cafeteria at 6 p.m. […]
PNT Staff Report The Board of Regents meets 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Eastern New Mexico University in the Campus Union Building. Regents will consider tenure approval for faculty at Roswell, the fall academic calendar and new programs. Also on the agenda are a weight training facility, electrical distribution project and an identity theft policy. The […]
Name: Steven Gamble Job: Eastern New Mexico University President Background: I went to graduate school and got my Ph.D. in history, taught history and worked my way through administration and was the vice president for academic affairs at West Texas A&M University. I went to Southern Arkansas University and was president for ten years of […]
Testing all week Principal David Bass has scheduled Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessments for grades K-11 this week.The tests measure academic growth over time in math, reading and language usage. Students should come to school each day well-rested and ready to do their best. Sports • Monday — Junior high (boys red & white, […]
AIP meetings planned Counselors will be holding Academic Improvement Plan meetings for students (and their parents) at risk for losing credit(s) this year. Parent meetings have been scheduled Tuesday through Dec. 9.
Gilmore Wesley Gilmore, a recent graduate of Elida High School was among 45 New Mexico high school seniors selected as Robert C. Byrd Scholars for the 2008-2009 academic year, according to a news release from the New Mexico Public Education Department. The students receive $1,500 annual scholarships for up to four years toward university expenses […]
PNT Staff Report Jamie C. Laurenz has been named vice president for Academic Affairs at Eastern New Mexico University. Laurenz, who will begin Aug. 1, is currently associate vice president for Research and Academic Support at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. He has served in various positions at Kingsville since 1996. “Dr. Laurenz should be an excellent […]
Progress reports Teachers will be issuing reports of academic progress Monday to all students to take home. The reports will reflect progress the first half of the final grading period. BPA Nationals Sponsors Colleen Tollett and Cherry Tivis have gone with 13 Dora students, to compete at this year’s Business Professionals of America national conference. […]
• Dr. Robert Matheny was appointed to the position of executive vice president for academic affairs at Eastern New Mexico University. • Miss Portales Lynn Lawson, who was a junior at Eastern New Mexico University, was crowned Miss New Mexico during the pageant that was held in Hobbs. • Kraft 32 ounce jars of Miracle […]
Freedom Newspapers RICHARDSON, Texas — Three baseball players and one softball player have been chosen to represent Eastern New Mexico University on the Lone Star Conference South Division all-academic teams. The baseball players are junior third baseman Derrick Kennedy of San Antonio, sophomore pitcher-outfielder Seth Clabaugh of Portales and sophomore outfielder Clayton Young of Canyon, […]