Prairie chicken poster contest open

PNT staff report Entries are being sought for the 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 […]

Dora news —

Report cards will be sent out Our first grading period ends Thursday. Report cards for the first nine-week grading period will be issued to students on Oct. 18. Grades of 60 and above are passing.

Dora news — Oct. 4

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.

May 17 — Elida news

Events Tuesday: High school awards, 7 p.m.; Mobile Science Spectrum for grades K-6, noon. Thursday: Last day of school, 1 p.m. release. Elementary awards, 9 a.m. Saturday: Graduation, 7 p.m.

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 […]

Aug. 10 —

School starts Wednesday Wednesday is the first day of school for Dora students in grades K through 12. Students in grades seven through 12 will begin their first day with an 8 a.m. assembly in the school auditorium.

Start of school inching closer

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Argen Duncan Decorating bulletin boards, installing landscaping, going to meetings, ordering food. School employees in Clovis and Portales are getting ready for the new school year with the first day of classes a matter of weeks away. Students return Aug. 12 in Clovis. In Portales, third through 12th grades start Aug. 17, kindergarten through second […]

NSPS positions assigned GS pay grades

By April Rowden: Air Force Manpower Agency Public Affairs Office RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas— With only weeks remaining to classify Air Force civilian jobs into the General Schedule personnel system, Air Force classifiers are ensuring National Security Personnel System positions have a current GS title, series and grade before the NSPS conversion out date. […]

March 8, PJHS News

NMSBA nears Students will begin the language arts and math sections of the New Mexico Standards Based Assessment March 24-26. When school resumes after spring break, students will take the science and social studies section April 7-9. Nine-weeks tests Teachers have had students finishing projects and assignments as they begin reviewing for their third-quarter tests […]

Dec. 21, 2008 Dora School News

Christmas break School will not be in session for Dora students until Jan. 6. Have a blessed and safe Christmas and New Year.First semester gradesReport cards showing first semester grades will be issued to Dora students on Jan. 7.

School Days Ahead

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School-aged children in Portales, Floyd, Elida and Dora are heading back to school this month. Important dates and times for Roosevelt County public schools: l Portales municipal schools begin class for grades 2-12 Monday. An open house for grades 1-12 will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday. During the open house parents […]

Foot Soldiers

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These Portales Ram High School soccer players work on ball control during the first day of a week-long soccer camp held by Clovis Wildcats soccer coach Don Aragon. The camp is for students from grades 8-12.

July 20, 2008 Dora News

Physicals being offered Athletic Director Ty Thatcher and coach Pablo Pena have arranged for sports physicals to be available to Dora student athletes entering grades six through 12. The exams will be given in the Guy Luscombe Gymnasium beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday. In order to receive a physical exam, students must bring a […]

10-28 Dora School News

Elementary to see special exhibit On Tuesday, all Dora elementary classes will be treated to a special zoological exhibit from the Albuquerque Zoo. The “Zoo to You” program will be set up in the school library and will cover the following topics: Fur, feather, scales (Grades PK, K, 1); Reptiles and Amphibians (Grades 2-3); Secrets […]

Past performance actually indicative

Tonya Fennell School progress reports should come with a disclaimer. This report is not a good indication of your child’s actual grades should be printed in bold 30 point font at the very top of the page. Last week my son, Riley, brought home his first junior high progress report. I unfolded the progress report […]

Sept. 9 School News

Floyd news Athletics Football Saturday — Junior high and varsity host Gateway Christian, 11am and 1pm. Volleyball Tuesday — Junior high, JV and varsity at Gateway Christian, 4 p.m. Thursday — JV and varsity host Texico, 4 p.m. Friday — JV and varsity host Tucumcari, 4 p.m. Upcoming events Booster Club will meet at 5:30 […]

May 13, 2007 Dora School News

Finals week begins After a finals review day on Monday this week, students in grades 7-11 will take semester final exams each day, Tuesday through Thursday. Exam schedules are available in the school office. Students are encouraged to be in school each day on time and well rested, said administration officials. Accelerated reader goal met […]

May 13, 2007 Floyd School News

Upcoming Events • Booster Club will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Community Building. • The regular school board meeting is at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. • Academic awards for grades 5-12 will be presented 1 p.m. Thursday. • The athletic banquet is at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. • Senior baccalaureate and graduation is at 1 […]

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 […]

Students’ performance now being tracked online

By Tony Parra 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 their disposal. At the click of a button, parents can check on their children’s grades, attendance and lunch room balance, all […]