Portales Past: March 21, 1945

March 21, 1945: Portales school teachers knocked on doors across town in search of school census information. “Every unmarried person between the age of 5 and 18 needs to be counted,” The Portales Daily News reported.

No break for school teachers

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By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico While the students head out to play during the winter break, it is business as usual for area high school teachers. When the last bell sounds, high school students have a few weeks to leave behind the books and homework. But for area teachers, the winter break is a […]

Official: Speech viewing up to teachers

By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer

April 19, 2009 Dora school news

Report cards out Monday Teachers will issue Progress Reports for students to take home Monday. The reports will reflect students’ academic progress so far during the fourth nine-week grading period. Sports • Tuesday – Baseball at Floyd, 3 p.m./5:30 p.m.; Junior High EPAC Track • Thursday – Varsity EPAC Track at Fort Sumner • Friday […]

March 15, 2009 Portales junior high news

Track Season Opens The work students have been doing to get ready for track and field events should pay off Thursday when they face their first competition in Texico. Coaches have had their team members practicing various events, and students report that each event works different muscles. Family Learning Event Teachers welcome students and their […]

PJHS News Oct. 19

Family fun night setParents and students are invited to visit teachers in their classrooms from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesdayto try some interesting learning activities. Conferences planned Students completed the first quarter of their school year Friday. Parents may confer with teachers from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 27 to discuss their children’s grades.

Schools ready to open Monday

By Mickey Winfield, PNT Staff Writer As another school year looms for Portales Municipal Schools, students and teachers seem ready, and most Portales area schools hosted open house on Friday. School starts Monday for grades 2-12. “Today was open house and I got to meet a lot of my students and their parents,” Valencia fifth […]

School helps classmate’s family recover from fire

Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Writer The teachers, staff and students of Lindsey Middle School reached out to help a fellow student after a fire destroyed his family’s home, according to the school’s principal. On May 5 the Portales Fire Department responded to a report of a fire at 1609 South Ave. I, the home of […]

Teachers, administrators mapping new curriculum

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By Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Writer The Portales Public School’s faculty and staff are developing a language arts curriculum map in a week-long workshop. “It has been a lot of hard work and we hope that we are creating a useful document for other teachers to use,” said Susan Brown, fifth grade teacher. This has […]

Chorale director is winner of Golden Apple Award

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By Helena Rodriguez, Freedom Newspapers Caught by surprise on Wednesday and left completely speechless and teary-eyed, Portales High School chorale director, Franklin Smith, was named a Golden Apple Award recipient.