Dual Enrollment Programs Promote Student Success, says US Department of Education Report

"Research shows that dual enrollment programs have positive effects on high school achievement and completion, as well as college access, enrollment and degree attainment, according to a new What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) intervention report. The Institute of Education Sciences today (Feb. 28) released a report that summarizes research reviewed by the WWC. Based on the resea...
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“It’s another cool class with Ms. Roop!”

Comparative Anatomy, new to the TMP curriculum this year, is already generating a lot of enthusiasm.  Beth Roop explains why she wanted to offer the course: “I wanted to teach this to show students how all living organisms are related by tracing their development  from the simplest, for example sponges, to the most complex, higher order organisms like mammals, including huma...
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2017-2018 Lottery Results

Lottery results 2017-2018 Lottery Results 02.23.17 4PM 10th Grade Results 11th Grade Results Application # Lottery Position Application # Lottery Position 1007 S 10 1031 1 1006 S 20 1011 2 1008 S 24 1010 3 1003 S 36 1065 4 1004 S 38 1062 5 1005 S 44 1014 6 1000 S 46 1029 7 1009 S 5...
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Employment Opportunities at TMP. Math and Staff

    A community-building/ service learning/social justice/ mentorship advisor/ teacher/ program manager. May teach one class. This person will work closely with the Head of School to strengthen social emotional learning, to foster an inclusive community and to plan and execute school functions and events including service learning and orientation days. Start Aug...
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What We’re Reading Now…

Click for reactions from students in Scott Hauenstein's English 2: "The book I am reading in my class is the graphic novel  Maus, by Art Spiegelman. The main character, Vladek, tells his son the story of his life under the Nazis during World War II. This book is interesting. It is exciting and keeps you locked in the story. It keeps you wondering what will happen next in his...
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Young Environmentalists Visit State Supreme Court

TMP students accompanied by teachers Beth Roop and Zach Taylor visited the State Supreme Court on January 26th to support the environmental action group New Energy Economy and the movement to bring more renewable energy to New Mexico. Students were able to observe our judicial process in action as New Energy Economy presented arguments in opposition to PNM's replacement power p...
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Thinking about Science through Art

Environmental Science teacher Beth Roop wanted her students to take the time to reflect on the interconnectedness of life--so  she turned to art.  Enjoy some of the results! (more…)
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TMP Springs into Action

with a week of adventures, off and on campus: rock climbing... cooking... learning... gallery going... music producing... art making... chess playing... museum visiting... ...and just plain having fun! tap for more photos  
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What is a “good life”?

Students returned from break to contemplate  this very question at the first Gathering of the new year.  The discussion, led by philosophy teacher Jody Lefevers, was inspired by a story by Russian author Leo Tolstoy and a video by spoken word poet Prince EA.  What does a "good life" mean to you? Video by Prince EA:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4ufWg6FKms Story by Leo...
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