GRANTS, N.M. – Superintendent Max Perez, Grants/Cibola County School District, said that there will be no K-5 Plus Program this summer. He highlighted the G/CCSD summer lunch program, which provides free graband-go meals from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., May 27 through July 31. The distribution sites include San Rafael Park, Bluewater Senior Center, Milan and Cubero Elementary Schools, Los Alamitos Middle School, and Grants High School. He noted that the Pueblo of Laguna and Pueblo of Acoma will be offering summer meal programs at their sites.
Farmington, N.M. – Navajo Technical University’s Bachelor of Science degree majors in Biology visited Navajo Preparatory High School to give science presentations on behalf of the Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, and Physics Club on Oct. 25.
GRANTS N.M. - Students and faculty at the Grants Ci-bola County School District's new Early College High School will do some literary Trick or Treating on Wednesday, Oct. 30. The
DENVER, COLO. – Navajo Technical University Culinary Arts students Jucinda Begay and Angelena Sheppard attended an annual fundraiser sponsored by the American Indian College Fun known as the Denver Epicurean
GRANTS, N.M. – The Grants High School’s Future Career and Community Leaders of America Club is looking to receive national recognition for their work in the community. The FCCLA has