Volunteers sought for jail GED program

CNJ staff Volunteers are being sought to launch a GED program for inmates at the Curry County jail. The program is possible through the recent donation of GED literature, according to a press release. Volunteers are needed to tutor inmates in reading, writing and math. Instruction will be conducted in small groups and one-on-one. Inmates […]

5/4 Education digest

Plateau awards more than $38,000 in scholarships More than $38,000 in educational scholarships were awarded to New Mexico high school seniors through the ENMR-Plateau Telecommunications Education Foundation last month, according to an ENMR press release. Local winners are as follows: • Kelsey Wymore of Clovis High School • Colten Grau of Grady High School • […]

10/20 Education Digest

Credit union workers visit schools Credit union employees and volunteers will have visited more than 60 elementary schools across the nation by the end of this week, according to a Credit Union Association of America press release. High Plains Federal Credit Union of Clovis is among the unions participating, the release said. The current generation […]

6/9 Education Digest

Program offers college experience Kids will have a chance to attend college this summer through a program offered by Eastern New Mexico University. The program, running from July 6-29, hold daily sessions in six subjects: Physical education, science, arts and crafts, computers, and swimming and reading. “Kids College” also offers its student the opportunity to […]

3/3 Education Digest

CCC hosts GED testing Here are dates related to GED testing at Clovis Community College: March 1-17: sign-up, registration closes at noon on March 17; March 21-25: testing offices closed for spring break; March 29-30: GED testing in Room 220. There will be no GED testing during August due to fall registration at CCC. Students […]