Education digest: Students chosen for all-state choir

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer The following Clovis junior high school students were selected through auditions to the 2007 Junior High School All-State Choir: Courtney Dawkins, Tara DeWitt, Sarah Fulmer, Cecilia Harris, Dahlia Moore, Mariah Sparks, Morgan Kilgore, Eric Collins, Ean Guthals, Tad Treft and Kaylee Ortiz. Calendar Tonight: The Zia Elementary School winter […]

Education Digest: Clovis schools close for holidays

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Clovis Schools are dismissed for the holidays. Classes resume Jan. 10. The Clovis Schools Central Office reopens Tuesday.

Dec. 14, 2006 Education Digest

New charter school guidelines passed New guidelines for establishing charter schools in New Mexico were passed with Senate Bill 600, according to a New Mexico Public Education Department press release. Effective July 1, 2007, charter schools may elect to be authorized by the school district in which they are to be located or the Public […]

Religion Digest: Church presents mission speakers

By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer John and Vicki Moore, newly appointed regional directors for Nazarene Missions in northern Europe, will be special guests on Sept. 8 at the Broadview Church of the Nazarene. The church is located on the curve of Highway 209, 30 miles north of Clovis. The Moores will speak with an […]

2/14 Business digest

CCC graduate opens hair salon in Clovis Recent Clovis Community College graduate Amanda Drake has opened a hair salon at 2400 N. Main, Suite B. Drake said The Beauty Bar offers “everything hair” to clients. “We are a full-service hair salon that specializes in foil color and cuts,” Drake said. Drake said the hair salon […]

10/27 Education Digest

Wayland Baptist waiting on dean Wayland Baptist University will waiting to see if Cannon Air Force Base gets a new mission before it hires a new dean, according to the school’s director of communications. The Clovis campus itself is not in jeopardy of closing, Young said. However, there may be a reduction in staff, depending […]

10/13 Education Digest

Clovis celebrating School Lunch Week Clovis Municipal Schools will celebrate School Lunch Week Oct. 17 through Oct. 21. Parents can eat school lunch with their children and community members will be involved in preparation or serving of lunch to children throughout the week, according to a Clovis Municipal Schools press release. Individual schools will designate […]

10/6 Education Digest

Universities starting partnership program A partnership program between the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and the College of Arts and Sciences aims to cultivate native New Mexican physicians, according to a press release from the UNM Health Sciences center. The program will accept 25 qualified, culturally diverse New Mexico high school seniors annually […]

9/29 Education Digest

N.M. parents graded for involvement New Mexico parents were given a C+ by “Education Week” magazine for parental involvement in education, according to a New Mexico National Education Association press release. Gov. Bill Richardson said that a partnership between parents, students and schools is “a key step on the road to reform,” the press release […]

9/28 Business Digest

Public invited to attend meeting at City Hall The public is invited to attend a meeting at 7 p.m. today at City Hall to provide input and help shape future projects in the downtown area. The meeting will focus on the Metropolitan Redevelopment Area and the issues, goals and visions the public has regarding downtown’s […]