Calendar

Sep
13
Wed
Background Clearance for LCPS School Access @ O'Donnell Hall Rm 210
Sep 13 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

background-check

All students observing in classrooms or conducting a practicum in New Mexico public schools are REQUIRED to undergo a criminal information background check.

Las Cruces Public Schools Human Resource will be here ONE DAY ONLY
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
O’Donnell Hall Conference Room 210

ALL students who are being placed with LCPS & have NOT received a blue card are
REQUIRED to complete this process!
For more information or questions please contact:
Denise Rodriguez-Strawn (575) 646-3593 O’Donnell Hall 205A

STEP ONE: Before arriving STUDENTS MUST: Complete the Online Registration at www.cogentid.com. For the background check there is a $44.00 dollar fee that is paid by a credit card at the time. During the registration process students will be asked for an ORI (This will send your report to the Human Resources Office of the Las Cruces Public Schools):

SELECT: (ORI) LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOL (NM930046Z) from the list
REASON: 22-10A-5 SCHOOL EMPLOYMENT (use this default choice)
After you have completed this process, PRINT out the receipt.

STEP TWO: For Fingerprinting – Take your Cogent registration receipt with a valid photo ID to Security Concepts located at 130 North Solano. They are open Monday – Thursday between the hours of 9:30 am and 4:30 pm (No appt Necessary). They will sign your Cogent receipt!
OR
Take your Cogent registration receipt with a valid photo ID to the NMSU Police Dept. located on College Drive. Fingerprinting is done ONLY Monday – Friday between the hours of 9:00 am and 12:00 pm (No appt Necessary). To get there from University Avenue, you can turn south on El Paseo Road, and then turn left at the first street you come to, which is College Drive. Proceed, and you will see the Police Department on your left. Ask officer to sign your Cogent receipt!

STEP THREE: Bring your Cogent receipt (date & location below)! Students will bring the
signed receipt in order to complete the NMSU Student Observations/Practicums Packet, which
will be provided on the above date and time. Students will receive their Blue Card on this date
from Las Cruces Public Schools, HR Dept. personnel.

 

Oct
19
Thu
NMSU College of Education Symposium @ NMSU
Oct 19 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Re-Imagining the Future of Learning

JOIN THE CONVERSATION, BE PART OF THE SOLUTION

When: October 19-21, 2017   Where: NMSU-Las Cruces

Featuring: National Experts and State Leaders

Re-imagining the Future of Learning

For: Educators, Administrators, Counselors, Legislators, and Community Members

Visit the Symposium Webpage to meet our guest speakers, register, submit presentation proposal, become a vendor: https://alliance.nmsu.edu/nmsu-college-of-education-symposium-2/

This symposium seeks to bring a diverse population together as a means to broaden and deepen the discussion on how best to serve ow children and adult learners, school administration, counselors and families. It is our hope that this symposium will provide the following to all in attendance

  1. Inspiration and rejuvenation to a workforce that feels devalued and underappreciated
  2. Tools to improve teaching and leadership practices
  3. Multiple teaching and learning lenses in which to support growth and charge
  4. A renewed partnership between the NMSU, COE, and statewide school districts

There will be four focused areas that will be represented at the conference:

Re-imagining Literacy Education
Re-imagining STEM
Re-imagining Play and Cognitive Development
Re-imagining Educational Policy & Leadership

Sponsored by:

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Don and Sarrah Kidd,

The NMSU College of Education and The Alliance for Teaching and Learning

 

 

 

Oct
20
Fri
NMSU College of Education Symposium @ NMSU
Oct 20 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Re-Imagining the Future of Learning

JOIN THE CONVERSATION, BE PART OF THE SOLUTION

When: October 19-21, 2017   Where: NMSU-Las Cruces

Featuring: National Experts and State Leaders

Re-imagining the Future of Learning

For: Educators, Administrators, Counselors, Legislators, and Community Members

Visit the Symposium Webpage to meet our guest speakers, register, submit presentation proposal, become a vendor: https://alliance.nmsu.edu/nmsu-college-of-education-symposium-2/

This symposium seeks to bring a diverse population together as a means to broaden and deepen the discussion on how best to serve ow children and adult learners, school administration, counselors and families. It is our hope that this symposium will provide the following to all in attendance

  1. Inspiration and rejuvenation to a workforce that feels devalued and underappreciated
  2. Tools to improve teaching and leadership practices
  3. Multiple teaching and learning lenses in which to support growth and charge
  4. A renewed partnership between the NMSU, COE, and statewide school districts

There will be four focused areas that will be represented at the conference:

Re-imagining Literacy Education
Re-imagining STEM
Re-imagining Play and Cognitive Development
Re-imagining Educational Policy & Leadership

Sponsored by:

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Don and Sarrah Kidd,

The NMSU College of Education and The Alliance for Teaching and Learning

 

 

 

Oct
21
Sat
NMSU College of Education Symposium @ NMSU
Oct 21 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Re-Imagining the Future of Learning

JOIN THE CONVERSATION, BE PART OF THE SOLUTION

When: October 19-21, 2017   Where: NMSU-Las Cruces

Featuring: National Experts and State Leaders

Re-imagining the Future of Learning

For: Educators, Administrators, Counselors, Legislators, and Community Members

Visit the Symposium Webpage to meet our guest speakers, register, submit presentation proposal, become a vendor: https://alliance.nmsu.edu/nmsu-college-of-education-symposium-2/

This symposium seeks to bring a diverse population together as a means to broaden and deepen the discussion on how best to serve ow children and adult learners, school administration, counselors and families. It is our hope that this symposium will provide the following to all in attendance

  1. Inspiration and rejuvenation to a workforce that feels devalued and underappreciated
  2. Tools to improve teaching and leadership practices
  3. Multiple teaching and learning lenses in which to support growth and charge
  4. A renewed partnership between the NMSU, COE, and statewide school districts

There will be four focused areas that will be represented at the conference:

Re-imagining Literacy Education
Re-imagining STEM
Re-imagining Play and Cognitive Development
Re-imagining Educational Policy & Leadership

Sponsored by:

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Don and Sarrah Kidd,

The NMSU College of Education and The Alliance for Teaching and Learning