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Las Cruces District and Curriculum

The Las Cruces Public School District (LCPS) oversees the 38 public schools in the city of Las Cruces, La Mesilla, and Dona Ana. The Las Cruces Public School District has recently implemented the Common Core State Curriculum. The Common Core State Standards help ensure a level of uniformity in the quality of the education in public schools across the state. The standards are geared toward helping students prepare for both the workforce and college.

We currently cover the following Las Cruces-area school district: Las Cruces Public School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Las Cruces District Curriculum

The curriculum focuses on English Language Arts and Mathematics with the goal of achieving fluency in both subjects. In English and Language Arts students learn to read and write and to demonstrate their abilities in the English language both orally and in written form. Critical analysis skills are developed through reading for evidence and content in both informational text and literature and being able to relate the reading material to one’s life and to other learned material.

In Mathematics students focus on a limited number of subjects including computational skills, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics which are studied both intensely and progressively through the grades. A deep understanding of core mathematical skills allows students to apply what they have learned to real life situations and in understanding higher math. Among the goals of the curriculum is for students to be able to determine the most precise method to solve mathematic problems.



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Keeping Informed: Recent Las Cruces Educational News

  • State Teacher of the Year - The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) recently recognized Pamela Cort, a high school teacher at Las Cruces High School as the Teacher of the Year. Ms. Cort teaches French at the High School. She has been teaching for more than 23 years and is also the sponsor of the French Honor Society and the French Club at Las Cruces High School.
  • Art Auction - The Mesilla Elementary School recently held its annual student art auction and the accompanying student portfolio night. Student art was offered for sale with the proceeds of the fundraiser being used for new art supplies. Students dressed up as famous artists and were available to answer questions about the artist they were portraying.
  • Great American Cleanup - Residents across New Mexico and across the country recently participated in the Great American Cleanup, a national program to improve communities. Students and their families from the public schools in the Las Cruces Public School District joined with their community members to volunteer their time to Keep Las Cruces Beautiful.

Las Cruces Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Visit the Victorian Time

Young people have the opportunity to see what life in the 1800’s was like at the Geffrye Museum website. The Geffrye Museum which is located in London, England is dedicated to preserving the history of the middle class during the last 400 years. The Museum website provides a game for kids that asks them for help in finding the missing family dog for a Victorian family. As kids explore through a Victorian home, they learn about how a middle class family lived their life in the 1870’s, about who would live in the home including the servants and what the items in each room would be used for.

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