Nine employees have been laid off from the Northern New Mexico College: four from the bookstore, three from the cafeteria; one from the library and one from security.
Matthew Medina remembers a warm spring day in 2003 when he was a student at Carlos F. Vigil Middle School, then one of two middle schools in the Española School District.
With school districts throughout Northern New Mexico finalizing their plans for continuous learning this week, concerns are being raised about how some students who already experience inequities in education could fall behind.
School districts around New Mexico are working hard to finalize their plans for continuous learning for the rest of the semester, with schools closed to in-person instruction for the rest of the academic year.
After feeling feverish for almost two weeks, and after the flu medicine his doctor prescribed proved ineffective, Española resident Israel Sanchez was given two tests at the Española Hospital: a test for pneumonia and another for COVID-19.
The following is a list of “grab-and-go” meal pickup sites for students and parents collected from New Mexico Public Education Department data and information released by area school districts.