Student services director resigns

CNJ staff Executive Director of Student Services Tamara Moore-Callahan resigned Thursday after 10 years with the Clovis school district. Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm said Callahan is looking for other professional opportunities. This was the first year Callahan worked as the executive director of Student Services. Callahan’s resignation is effective May 15.

Opinions mixed on new student loan law

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Nicole Johnson of Clovis, a student at Clovis Community College, plans on going into the nursing program and will be using student aid and financial assistance to help her through school. By Clarence Plank: Freedom New Mexico A new law was signed Tuesday gives students a break with more money […]

Education digest: Texico student representing school

Texico student representing school Texico High School junior Fallon Scanlan has been nominated to represent her school at the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine June 27-July 6 in Boston. Scanlan was selected based on academic excellence, leadership potential and an interest in a medical career, according to a release from the foundation. She is […]

Educators focusing on individual student success

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Marshall Middle School seventh graders, from left, Teresa Navarrette, Tommy Sena, Ajaycia Brown and Alexus Lucero take time to read Friday in the school’s reading recovery program called Read 180. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer For principals across the Clovis district, continued student improvement is the goal. Last year, […]

Ticket feature: ENMU’s Saturday Night Lab series features student-directed plays

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Courtesy photo Brianna Pilon as Rosencratz, left, Laurel Petty, center, as The Player and Jason Goolsby, right, as Guildenstern. Vanessa Kahin, pictured on the far right in the photo with four people, is the director. The play is a reduced version of Tom Stoppard’s play “Rosencratz and Guildenstern Are Dead.” Freedom New Mexico Saturday, Eastern […]

First person: Meeting student needs

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis schools Student Support Services Executive Director Tamara Moore-Callahan took over the position last year. Tamara Moore-Callahan, executive director of student services for Clovis Schools, took over the position after Cindy Osborn retired last year. Moore-Callahan and her husband moved to Clovis while her husband was in the military. He […]

Disruptive protests hurt student’s cause

The campus at the University of California-Irvine has become a hotbed of tension between Muslim and Jewish students, divided along the always-contentious debate surrounding Israel and Palestine. The latest major incident occurred Feb. 8, when a raucous group of 11 students, mostly from UCI and including the president of the UCI Muslim Student Association, repeatedly […]

CHS holding registration rush

CNJ staff The Clovis High School guidance office is hosting a registration rush next week for CHS parents and students, according to a news release. The rush is a time for parents and student to check class credits, review student registration forms, course selections, and graduation requirements, the release said. Guidance and administration office staff […]

Music sets tone for student success

By Alan Dropps: Guest columnist Today marks the beginning of “Music in our Schools Week.” This event is celebrated annually in the Clovis Municipal School District. We celebrate in a variety of ways. We hold a poster contest for our elementary students, present a “Grand Concert,” perform individual school concerts, and conclude the week with […]

Press release: Nelson, Altheide selected ENMUSports.com student athletes of week

Clovis High student invited to State of the Union address

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Courtesy photo Jennifer Landry, from left to right, U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan, D-N.M., Darren Kelly and Randy Miller in front of the capitol building. By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico A Clovis High School student was chosen out of 212 students to attend the State of the Union Address. Randy Miller, who was in […]

11-29 Engagements

Orum/Csakan Tim and Donna Orum of Edgewood announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Amanda Orum of Edgewood, to Nicholas Csakan of Clovis, son of Andrew and Cheryle Csakan of Clovis. The couple will exchange vows at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 2, 2010, at Mountain Valley Church in Edgewood. A reception will follow […]

11-25 Police blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 10 a.m. Nov. 17, an officer responded to a school in the 100 block of Commerce Way for a report of a student with a weapon. A school administrator said he had received a report that a male student had a […]

Press Release: Digital art and sculpture at ENMU

Eastern New Mexico University student Lamar (Mo) Barnes will display his bachelor’s of fine arts showcase, along with Diana Cole’s artwork, in Golden Library’s Runnels Gallery from Monday, Dec.7 through Thursday, Dec. 10. A closing reception will be held on the last day of the show from 5-7 p.m. Barnes, an animation student, will show […]

Digital art and sculpture to be displayed at ENMU

PORTALES–Eastern New Mexico University student Lamar (Mo) Barnes will display his bachelor’s of fine arts showcase, along with Diana Cole’s artwork, in Golden Library’s Runnels Gallery from Monday, Dec.7 through Thursday, Dec. 10. A closing reception will be held on the last day of the show from 5-7 p.m.

Student group question greyhound acquisition

By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer Not everyone is thrilled with the prospect of a pair of live greyhounds serving as mascots at Eastern New Mexico University. One group on campus is questioning the expense of caring for the dogs, potential liability and the psychological adjustment the dogs must make. But university President Steve Gamble […]

10/25 Police blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 9 a.m. Oct. 14 an officer responded to a school in the 1900 block of Thornton Street for a report of criminal sexual contact. The principal said he had been contacted by an assistant principal from another campus regarding a female […]

Letter to the editor: Student should have stayed home

Student should have stayed home I am a Clovis High School alumni, proud of the football team, the Wildcadettes and the band. I have a senior in band this year. When I was in school, we were expected to display a certain amount of respectful school spirit, which included respect for others sitting near you […]

Education digest — Sept. 3

CNJ staff The Department of Defense Education Activity Educational partnership awarded a $577,000 grant to Clovis Municipal Schools, according to a news release. The grant was proved through the Promoting Student Achievement to Schools Impacted by military Force Structure Changes Competitive Grant Program. The grants focus on enhancing student learning opportunities, student achievement and educator […]

ENMU student killed in car crash

Freedom New Mexico An Eastern New Mexico University student was killed in a car crash south of Roswell Sunday afternoon. According to ENMU spokesman Wendel Sloan, Abigail Calderon, 18, died when a 1996 Honda Civic she was riding in crashed into a 2001 Dodge pickup pulling a horse trailer on U.S. 285 near Mile Marker […]