After PARCC testing this spring, sophomores in Scott Hauenstein's English 2 class got interested in exploring the current state of education in our country.  They read an article published by Harvard called "What's Worth Learning in School," and watched and discussed a student documentary called Losing Ourselves and the documentary Waiting for Superman (links below). See what o...
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2017 College Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to Davis New Mexico Scholarship winners Keliyah Dilliner and Adreanna Ortega and Los Alamos Employee Bronze Scholarship winners Isabel Fernandez and Michelle R. Sherman. The Davis Scholarships cover tuition and expenses for 4 years at a number of colleges in the West and Southwest. The Los Alamos Scholarships  carry an award of $5,000.  Well done, scholars!
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Go Gatsby!

Before jumping into the Jazz Age classic The Great Gatsby, students in Hillary Hale Thompson's English 3 looked to the Harlem Renaissance for literary context.  This movement inspired a legendary cast of characters including musicians, dancers, political theorists, poets and writers.  Students chose one of these legends to study and interpret for their classmates, and then held...
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Author Terry Tempest Williams Conducts Seminar with TMP Students

Twenty-two TMP students attended an interview with award-winning author, environmentalist and activist Terry Tempest Williams at the Lensic on March 8th as part of the Lannan Foundation Cultural Freedom Series talks.  Williams was interviewed by Colum McCann, award-winning author of Thirteen Ways of Looking and Let the Great World Spin.    The next day, Williams and McCann con...
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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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