(Deming) – The Deming School Board will meet in special
According to the legal notice, the purpose of the meeting is to hold a work session to discuss a proposal from the city of Deming regarding an industrial revenue bond.
No official action will be taken.
The special session is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the board room of the Emmett Shockley Administration Building, 400 Cody Road.
The meeting is open to the public.
(Deming) – The Deming School Board will meet in multiple sessions Thursday.
The first meeting, set for 1:15 p.m., is an executive – or closed – session to discuss Superintendent Harvielee Moore’s
Then the board will meet in special session at 3 p.m. to consider a lease-purchase arrangement resolution and certificate
purchase agreement, as well as a review of instructional audits.Action will be taken, and the special session is open to the
Then at 4 p.m., the board will return to executive – or closed – session to discuss limited personnel including the
superintendent’s evaluation, pending litigation and the acquisition or disposal of real property.
And the regular January meeting of the Deming School Board, which is open to the public, is set to begin at 5
All meetings are scheduled to take place in the board room of the Emmett Shockley Administration Building,
400 Cody Road.
(Deming) -- An event designed to assure that high school
seniors interested in going to college have FAFSA pin numbers will take place this Friday, January 11th, during the home
boys’ basketball games.
FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Students who plan to attend college or a trade school in the 2013-2014 school year will need to start working on their FAFSA paperwork.The preferred deadline for FAFSA
completion is March 1st. This Friday, computers will be available in the lobby of the main campus gym from 4:30-6:30 p.m. during the freshman and jayvee Deming/Silver High boys basketball
games for parents to obtain their FAFSA pin numbers.
Deming high school seniors must get a pin number before starting on the financial aid application.
Again, you can get a number and more information this Friday, January 11th, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the lobby of the main Deming High School gymnasium during the freshman and jayvee Wildcat basketball games.
If parents have questions regarding the FAFSA application, they may visit with an academic advisor during that time or anytime during school hours.Phone 546-2678 ext. 2780 for more information.
(Deming) -- An event designed to assure that high school seniors interested in going to college have FAFSA pin numbers will take place Friday, January 11th, during the home boys’
FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Students who will be attending college in the 2013-2014 school year will need to start working on their FAFSA paperwork. Applications can be completed beginning January 1st, but Deming High School advisors stress that students and at least one parent need to apply for a pin number before the application can be started.
Students and parents who are eligible citizens need to bring social security cards when applying for a pin number.
Again, Deming high school seniors who have not obtained a pin number for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid – or FAFSA – need to get a pin number before starting on the financial aid
You can get a number and more information on Friday, January 11th, in the lobby of the main Deming High School gymnasium during the Wildcat basketball game.
Back Row: (first place winners), Graciela Gallosa, Kamryn Zacheck, Harmonie Dominguez, Eric Corona, Bryan Loredo, Nicholas Guiterrez. Front Row: (second place), Jose Jurado, Jessie Varela, Jose Jurado, Keisha Dominguez, Jasmeen Aldaco.
(Deming) - Three boys and three girls, ages 8 to 13 won the first round of competition in the Elks ―Hoop Shoot® free throw contest at Red Mountain Middle School in Deming on Saturday, December 8th and have been named Deming champions.
In the 8-9 year old division, for the Girls, the winner was Harmonie Dominguez, with second place going to Jasmeen Aldaco. For the Boys, the winner was Eric Corona, with second place, determined in the shoot out, going to Kevin Loredo.
In the 10-11 year old division, for the Girls, the winner was Kamryn Zacheck, with second going to Keisha Dominguez. In the Boys competition, the winner was Bryan Loredo, with second place, also determined by a shoot out, going to Jesse Varela.
In the 12-13 year old division, for the Girls, there was only one participant, and first place went to Graciela Gallosa. For the Boys, First place went to Nicholas Guiterrez, with second going to Jose Jurado.
First place certificates were awarded to one boy and one girl in each of the three categories: ages 8 to 9; 10 to 11; and 12 to 13. All the winners received basketballs donated by the local NAPA auto parts store, and hooded sweat shirts. All participants were also treated to pizza and sodas.
The six champions now advance to the district finals tentatively at Las Cruces on January 26th where they will compete with other winners from throughout the area (Lordsburg, Las Cruces, Silver City, Deming and Alamogordo). If the winner cannot make the district hoop shoot, then second place winners will be asked to compete.
(Deming) – Officials from Luna County, the city of Deming and Deming Public Schools will meet jointly Friday morning.
According to the legal notice, the purpose of the meeting is to discuss Deming Public Schools’ continuous school improvement efforts.
No action will be taken.
The joint meeting is set to begin at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the board room of the Emmett Shockley Administration Building, 400 Cody Road.
The work session is open to the public.
The Deming Wildcat football team won big on the road again
Friday.The Cats played the Chaparral Lobos in the opening district game.
The final score was Cats 42 Lobos 6.
Deming now has a record of 6 and 2.. and 1 and 0 in district.
Scoring for the cats:
Elijah Ballinas (2)
Ish Garrett (1)
David Padron (1) - Threw for 4 touchdown passes.
Richard Regaldo (1)
The Cats next game is at home Friday November 2ndagainst The Santa Theresa Warriors in another
(L to R)Deming Mayor Andres Silva, Fire Chief Edgar Davalos, Sgt. Derrick Lovelace, Fernando Arenibas, Lt. Kevin Hensley, Mullen, Antoinette Calderon, Chris Mullen, Lt. Kathleen Schindler and Police Chief Michael Carillo.
(Deming) – Six people who helped save the life of Department of Public Safety Sgt. Lee Mullen were honored Wednesday in Deming.
Sgt. Mullen, a Deming resident, suffered a heart attack on the night of September 28th, and his
son, Chris, was the first to administer CPR to him.
Soon afterward, Deming Police Lt. Kathleen Schindler and Sgt. Derrick Lovelace arrived on scene to assist, followed by Deming Fire Department EMTs Lt. Kevin Hensley, Fernando Arenibas and Antionette Calderon.
Mullen was stabilized, and then airlifted to Las Cruces.
State Department of Public Safety Special Investigations Division Director Bill Hubbard said a near tragedy turned into a celebration, thanks to the six individuals responsible for the initial
Hubbard presented all six with certificates and challenge coins Wednesday.
Hubbard added that Sgt. Mullen was recovering and looking forward to returning to work.
Wildcat Drive - Deming, NM
(Deming) – Deming Public School officials invite parents and
community members to attend a Public Information Meeting
School staff reportedly will share ideas and concerns regarding many of the changes affecting education in New Mexico, and the affect they are having on schools, staff and students.
The changes include school grades, weekly early-release Wednesdays, common core standards and school improvement efforts.
The Public Information Meeting will be held Thursday from 5-6:30 p.m. in the board room of the Emmett Shockley Administration Building, 400 Cody Road.
All parents and interested community members are encouraged to attend.
(Deming) – The Deming School Board will meet in regular
Included on the agenda is approval of the Deming Intermediate School handbook for this school year.
Also, Superintendent Harvielee Moore and her staff will report on a U.S. Teaching Ambassador Fellowship Program and a review of instructional audits.
The meeting is set to begin at 5 p.m. in the board room of the Emmett Shockley Administration Building, 400 Cody Road.The meeting is open to the public.
A closed session to discuss limited personnel, pending or threatened litigation and the former Columbus School building and other properties will precede the open meeting at 4 p.m.