Thursday, May 23, 2019

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  • Educational Community Summit

      Our 45 booths on display for the TMS Educational Community Summit May 22, 2019 will help you get to know our district staff, programs, services and partners! Please join us.   Arroyos Elementary (STEAM Academy); Enos Elementary; Community Schools; Readers to Leaders; Nutrition and Gardening; After-School Program; Ranchos Elementary; Cyber Magnet Higfh School;Taos High School, Program of Studies; Clean Energy Program; Taos Middle School; Attendance Success Advocates; AVID College Readiness; Teach to One Math; Science Department; Food Science Program; Aviation; Student Government; Art Department; Wood Shop; Culinary Arts Team; Food Services; Indian Education; Federal Programs; Human Resources/Transportation; Special Education Department; Health & Wellness; Bilingual Program; Technology Department; Finance Department; Pre-K Program; Youth Development Inc.; Taos School Zone; Big Brothers Big Sisters; Nusenda Credit Union; Taos Education and Career Center; Taos Chamber of Commerce;...

The Importance of Imagination in Society: Amy Lewis

Watch an inspiring oral presentation by Taos High School Speech and Debate team member Amy Lewis with her Original Oratory.




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Strategic Plan


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School Board


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Why Teach at Taos Schools

Student Learning


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