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Celebrating Our Veterans at Taos Middle School

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The Taos Middle School History Department hosted it's 5th Annual Veteran's Day event on November 9th, 2018. At the heart of the event were various projects put on display that convey our students' gratitude for all who have served our great country. The students added 30 new veteran photos and biographies to the "Veteran Wall" Exhibit. We had a "Missing Man" table and poem in honor of those who never returned from war created by our AVID college readiness elective class. We also had decorations provided by Ms Graham's Student Government students. Students performed an American Sign Language rendition of  "Proud to be an American," TAPS was played by band teacher, Joaquin Manuel, our National Anthem was performed by a choir student, and a set list of songs were performed by the Taos Middle School choir under the direction of Mr. Manuel, and a celebratory finale performance by Mariachi Tigritos under the direction of Juan Archuleta. An amazing breakfast was provided by Mrs. Alicia Thoma's Food Science II class. 

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Superintendent's Spotlight

What would happen to our society if educators did not exist? Many of our students would not have access to a place to feel safe and curious, a place to eat healthy breakfast and lunch, or access to people who show them what is possible through education. Our profession is one of the most under-recognized, but one of the most valuable. My hope is that one day our educators will be honored in the same fashion as sports figures and movie stars. Until then, we carry on and know our role, and know the difference that we can make for each student. 

- Dr Lillian Torrez, Superintendent of TMSD