Churches reach out to struggling students

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CNJ staff photo: Benna Sayyed Priscila Osorio, right, receives tutoring in reading from Peggy McAlister on Wednesday at Central Baptist Church. Osorio also received a writing lesson during which she wrote her thoughts on how she would feel if the sun didn’t shine. Benna Sayyed Priscila Osorio was making Cs and Ds in her classes […]

Director: Teen Parent Program will be missed

Liliana Castillo When Brittany Barrows learned she was pregnant, she was a senior at Clovis High School. Five months later, she enrolled in the Teen Parent Program. “I absolutely love it,” the 19-year-old said. “I love everything, especially the parenting classes. We learned things like ways to better yourself and to teach your children. Things […]

New employees will be automatically enrolled in TSP

By April Rowden: Air Force Personnel Center RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — New legislation that called for automatic enrollment of newly hired and eligible civilian federal employees, as well as certain rehires, into the Thrift Savings Plan began Aug. 1. This automatic enrollment feature is in compliance with the June 22, 2009, TSP Enhancement […]

Employment program to resume for enrolled spouses

By Elaine Wilson: American Forces Press Service

Clovis Community College career services to hold free workshops

CCC Career Services (in conjunction with TRiO, a grant-funded program) will be hosting two career workshops April 7 and 9. This is open to community members; participants do not need to be affiliated with TriO or enrolled as CCC degree-seeking students to participate.

CCC officials hope enrollment stabilizing

Gabriel Monte Clovis Community College officials hope a four-year slide in enrollment is leveling off. As of the beginning of February, 3,563 students were attending CCC, according to David Caffey, vice president for institutional effectiveness. There were 3,613 students enrolled during the 2007 spring semester, according to Caffey. College officials believe the impact of Cannon […]

Clovis goes back to school

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Leonard Freitas helps a student cross the road in front of Zia Elementary at Putnam Drive and Norris Street. Freitas. Wednesday was the first day if school for Clovis Municipal Schools. CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Four hundred and seventy-six students piled into the classrooms of Mesa Elementary School […]

La Casa offers clarity on Medicare program

By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers La Casa de Buena Salud healthcare officials are offering enrollment help for those who have not signed up for the new Medicare prescription drug program. Debra Herman, pharmacist clinician and director of pharmacy services for La Casa de Buena Salud, said since the start of enrollment in the Medicare program […]

12/22 Education Digest

Afterschool program money short New Mexico is one of 26 states that were not able to provide any new grants for afterschool programs in 2005, according to an Afterschool Alliance press release. The non-profit public awareness and advocacy organziation conducted research which shows the state received more than $9 million for afterschool program funding, all […]

Youth services offers free, reduced price meals for child care programs

New Mexico State Editor’s Note: The following information is required to be released by the State of New Mexico Cannon Family Child Care, Child Development Centers and the Youth Center are announcing the availability of free and reduced meals to the children enrolled in either of the family child care programs. All children in attendance […]

8/15/04 Honors

Guillermo Chrisalbeth J. Guillermo is a recipient of the fourth annual Scholarship for Military Children Program awarded at Cannon Air Force Base Commissary. This scholarship was initiated in 2000 to award scholarships to graduating high school seniors or college-enrolled students. Guillermo is the daughter of Alpha and Cris Guillermo of Vallejo, Calif., and is enrolled […]