Thank you families for your patience while we worked on getting your children home with food for the winter break. Food will still be available for students who were absent yesterday and can be picked up today at our 11:00 a.m. dismissal. Otherwise, it will be sent home on the bus with the student.
6 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Thank you families for your patience while we worked on getting your children home with food for the winter break.  Food will still be available for students who were absent today and can be picked up tomorrow at our 11:00 a.m. dismissal.  Otherwise, it will be sent home on the bus with the student.
Dear LCPS Families, Las Cruces Public Schools has become aware of a troubling post that has been shared widely this week on the social media platform TikTok. The post refers to a threat to school safety “for every school in the USA, even elementary,” on Friday, December 17. The post appears to be part of a national TikTok trend and did not originate in our school district. We have heard reports from other districts that the same post is circulating in their schools. While we do not believe the threat to be credible, we are closely monitoring the situation and taking it seriously. Additionally, the district has been in contact with the Las Cruces Police Department regarding the post. We may have an increased police presence in our buildings on Friday as an added precaution. This situation serves as a good example of why it is important to avoid sharing posts online that refer to school safety threats. Even if they are not credible threats, they can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety for our students, families, and staff. We ask our families to monitor their children’s social media activity and speak with them about proper behavior online. If you or your child become aware of any potential threat posted to social media or anywhere else, please notify a school staff member or trusted adult right away. As always, thank you for your partnership as we work to ensure a safe, secure, and positive learning environment for our students. Sincerely, LCPS Administration Estimadas familias de LCPS: Las Escuelas Públicas de Las Cruces (LCPS, por sus siglas en inglés) se ha enterado de una publicación preocupante que se ha compartido esta semana ampliamente en la plataforma de redes sociales TikTok. La publicación se refiere a una amenaza a la seguridad escolar el viernes 17 de diciembre "para todas las escuelas en los Estados Unidos, incluyendo la primaria". La publicación parece ser parte de una tendencia nacional de TikTok y no se originó en nuestro distrito escolar. Hemos escuchado informes de otros distritos de que el mismo correo está circulando en sus escuelas. Consideramos que la amenaza no es creíble, sin embargo estamos monitoreando de cerca la situación y tomándola en serio. Además, el distrito se ha puesto en contacto con el Departamento de Policía de Las Cruces con respecto a la publicación. Es posible que tengamos una mayor presencia de la policía en nuestros edificios el viernes como precaución adicional. Esta situación sirve como un buen ejemplo de por qué es importante evitar compartir publicaciones en línea que se refieran a amenazas a la seguridad escolar. Incluso si no son amenazas creíbles, pueden causar mucho estrés y ansiedad a nuestros estudiantes, familias y personal. Pedimos a nuestras familias que controlen la actividad de sus hijos en las redes sociales y hablen con ellos sobre el comportamiento adecuado en línea. Si usted o su hijo se dan cuenta de alguna posible amenaza publicada en las redes sociales o en cualquier otro lugar, notifique a un miembro del personal de la escuela o un adulto de confianza de inmediato. Como siempre, gracias por su colaboración mientras trabajamos para garantizar un entorno de aprendizaje seguro y positivo para nuestros estudiantes. Atentamente, Administración LCPS
7 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
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It’s everything LCPS, in your pocket. Las Cruces School District is launching a new mobile app that helps students, parents, and community members know what is happening on campus, right from their phones. We know that families are using smartphones as a primary means to communicate. That’s why we’ve created an app that is custom-built for mobile. On the app, you can find documents, contact information for staff, and event information. You can download the app for free from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
7 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Las Cruces School District is launching a new mobile app  that helps students, parents, and community members  know what is happening on campus, right from their phones.  We know that families are using smartphones as a primary  means to communicate. That’s why we’ve created an  app that is custom-built for mobile. On the app, you can  find documents, contact information for staff, and event  information. You can download the app for free from the  Apple App Store or Google Play.
7 months ago, Jennifer Coon
Thank you, Señora Maria Flores for your advocacy and lifetime support serving the students of Las Cruces Public Schools. You served your community with honor and distinction as both an educator and board member. Thank you!
7 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Thank you, Señora Maria Flores for your advocacy and lifetime support serving the students of Las Cruces Public Schools. Though tonight will be your last meeting as a school board member, know that you've served your community with honor and distinction. Thank you!
Congratulations to our newly elected & re-elected LCPS School Board Members - Ray Jaramillo District 1, Pamela Cort District 2, Robert Wofford District 3.
7 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools
Congratulations to our newly elected & re-elected LCPS School Board Members - Ray Jaramillo District 1, Pamela Cort District 2, Robert Wofford District 3.
STS-NM has launched a text alert system for late buses! It's live and notifications are going out morning and afternoon for issues such as late buses, route number changes, etc. You can opt in at: https://my.textcaster.com/asa/default.aspx?ID=e57e7dbf-dd59-4d3c-8437-3e5ce3b26122
8 months ago, Jennifer Coon
Math and Science Night Coming November 10th!
8 months ago, Jennifer Coon
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LCPS has been told by our transportation services provider, STS of New Mexico, of a possible strike on Thursday morning by union bus drivers. In the event of a strike, LCPS will communicate with you immediately so you can arrange for alternate transporation if your child rides the bus. Students who are absent due to a lack of transporation will be excused and can access assignments and instructional materials via Canvas. Special education students who rely on transportation as outlined in their Individualized Education Program will still be picked up at their regular stop and time. Please check our website, www.lcps.net for more information as it becomes available. LCPS ha sido informado por nuestro proveedor de servicios de transporte, STS de Nuevo México, de una posible huelga el jueves por la mañana por parte de los conductores de camiones del sindicato. En el caso de una huelga, LCPS se comunicará con usted inmediatamente para que pueda hacer arreglos para un transporte alternativo si su hijo viaja en camión. Los estudiantes que estén ausentes debido a la falta de transporte serán dispensados y pueden acceder a las tareas y materiales de enseñanza a través de Canvas. Los estudiantes de educación especial que dependen del transporte como se indica en su Programa Educativo Individualizado todavía se recogerán en su parada y hora regular. Consulte nuestro sitio web, www.lcps.net para obtener más información a medida que esté disponible.
8 months ago, Jennifer Coon
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Our Kid's Heart Challenge is starting tomorrow! Check out additional information in our documents section of our website at http://sunrise.lcps.net/!
8 months ago, Jennifer Coon
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We need and want all the help we can get in your child’s classroom. If you are interested in helping a teacher, please contact us. We have A LOT to do and always needs extra help to get it all done! Thanks!
9 months ago, Las Cruces Public Schools