You’re invited! This Friday, April 5, 2024. The Hot Springs High School volleyball team will be hosting a volleyball exhibition game. UTEP volleyball will be playing against UNM volleyball. Match starts at 6 PM at Hot Springs High School gymnasium. $1 for students and $3 dollars for adults. Join us in this exciting matchup!
10 days ago, Daniel Fetty
Volleyball Exhibition Game
Good morning parents. Today Wednesday April third is not an early release day. Children will be released at normal times.
12 days ago, Daniel Fetty
You’re invited! This Friday, April 5, 2024. The Hot Springs High School volleyball team will be hosting a volleyball exhibition game. UTEP volleyball will be playing against UNM volleyball. Match starts at 6 PM at Hot Springs High School gymnasium. $1 for students and $3 dollars for adults. Join us in this exciting matchup!
13 days ago, Daniel Fetty
Volleyball Exhibition Game
Network has been restored, Our Fiber Optic connection has been repaired The outage is affecting our communications Internet, Email and Telephones are currently restored
14 days ago, Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools
we are experiencing a Network Outage Our Fiber Optic connection has been cut outside Sierra County This outage is affecting our communications Internet, Email and Telephones are currently not functioning Repair crews have been dispatched No ETA of repair at this time
14 days ago, Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools
We will be hosting the Thoreau Hawks on Saturday March 9th at 5:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased through GO FAN. No cash will be accepted at the door. See you there!
about 1 month ago, Nichole Burgin
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On Friday March 1, 2024, Sierra Vista Hospital (SVH) hosted a bill signing for New Mexico with Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham and Healthcare leaders from across the state. It was a tremendous day for SVH and Truth or Consequences. However, the day was even more special as 3 of our HSHS student interns stood behind the Governor as she signed the 4 healthcare bills into law. We appreciate the partnership with SVH and the opportunities that it provides our students.
about 1 month ago, Nichole Burgin
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A BIG THANK YOU to our CTE teachers for arranging a site visit with Work Force Solutions, DACC, and the Be Proud Mobile Unit to be at HSHS! What a great way for students to experience a variety of trades!
about 2 months ago, Nichole Burgin
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Attention Truth or Consequences parents and guardians. Please join us February 15, 2024 at 6 PM at the High School Room 155 for a free Suicide Prevention training held by the New Mexico Department of Health. To RSVP or for questions contact Melani Armendariz at 575-894-8359.
2 months ago, Daniel Fetty
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Attention Truth or Consequences parents and guardians. Please join us February 15, 2024 at 6 PM at the High School Room 155 for a free Suicide Prevention training held by the New Mexico Department of Health. To RSVP or for questions contact Melani Armendariz at 575-894-8359.
2 months ago, Daniel Fetty
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The Work Session with the TCMSD School Board, scheduled for today at 1:00 in Santa Fe will not take place due to inclement weather. We will reschedule at a later date.
2 months ago, Nichole Burgin
Mrs. Mancuso and the HSHS NHS group recently traveled to Washington, D.C. They were able to visit RHEA, an astrophysics start-up company in the science and technology industry. Students visited with Astrophysicists, while learning about their projects, and received useful tips for applying to college. Students also experienced a demonstration of how satellites use gravitational principles to stay in orbit. A special thank you Dan Schatzman for his $10,000 donation and connecting our students to RHEA, Rotary Club for their $600 Donation, Sierra Del Rio Golf Course for their $500 donation, and to all others who participated in the multiple fundraisers to get our students to Washington D.C.! TCMSD appreciates the incredible support of our community to our students.
3 months ago, Nichole Burgin
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Click on the link below to learn about the time sensitive information and legislative fact sheet regarding community schools. HSHS and Arrey Elementary School are both community schools in the Truth or Consequences Municipal School District. We are in our last year of funding. We are hopeful that this legislative session will end with a decision to continue funding community schools so that we can continue providing supports to students and families in our community. https://mailchi.mp/2b23c4ebd41d/x4wzkozeus-5919523?e=ea52b775b9
3 months ago, Nichole Burgin
It's that time of year! We are beginning to collect data for the 2024-2025 School Calendar. Please take a few minutes to provide feedback to the district to ensure that next year's calendar reflects the needs and wishes of all stakeholders. To take the survey, you may scan the QR code or click on the link. https://forms.office.com/r/5K2V9aecxf
3 months ago, Nichole Burgin
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3 months ago, Yolanda Tafoya
Happy New Year! We hope everyone has had a restful break. We look forward to seeing students back in class this Thursday, January 4th. See you soon!
4 months ago, Nichole Burgin
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Season's Greetings
4 months ago, Nichole Burgin
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4 months ago, Nichole Burgin
Happy Holidays
To the parents of all T or C students. Just a friendly reminder today is the last day of school before winter break. The students will return to class on January 4.
4 months ago, Daniel Fetty
If you missed our December Mental Health Series, “Grief- The Healing Process After Loss” You can access it here: https://cookcenter.info/480krDC Don’t miss our next session “Social Media: Protecting Your Child by Staying Aware and Involved” on January 25th at 6:30 pm, where we’ll discuss ways to protect your child while using technology, device awareness, and how to avoid being blindsided. Register now: https://cookcenter.info/Jan25TCMS Take advantage of our free resources and on-demand e-courses. You can also receive answers to your questions with the Ask A Therapist feature…check it out at ParentGuidance.org today!
4 months ago, Nichole Burgin