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deming high school construction project update

Students at Deming High School will walk through the doors of their new high school in August of 2017, if all goes as planned.

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The holiday season means music performances in the schools

Luna County residents have a variety of options for musical performances during this year's holiday season.

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Intermediate school site changed

Reason for new site:  NMDOT waned against traffic safety at original Florida Street and NM Highway 418 location

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Student Senate Leads by Example

 Student Senate 2014 Elected by peers, officers take on responsibility of student role models.

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WildSpotAgronomy Team takes Silver

The Deming FFA Agronomy Team consisting of: Tee Pickett, Graham Borden,
Brannick Sweetser, and Stephanie Swope travelled to Louisville, Kentucky October 28th through November 2nd to compete in the National FFA Agronomy Career Development Event. The team competed against 35 other teams from around the nation and wound up as a Silver Medal Team. Tee Pickett and Stephanie Swope were Bronze Medal Individuals and Brannick Sweetser and Graham Borden were Silver Medal Individuals. Sweetser and Borden were members of four State winning teams that qualified for National CDE’s in their high school careers, Wildlife, Ag Mech, Farm Business Management, and Agronomy. Mr. Von Tress, Deming FFA Advisor said, “It is a rare thing for FFA members to qualify for one National CDE let alone four. It goes without saying that these young men were very determined once they set a goal for themselves and will be missed.” 

‚ÄčThe Agronomy Event Includes: Grain Grading, Plant and Seed Id, Plant Diseases, Soil Monoliths, Farm Machinery and Equipment Id, Insect Identification and a team event selecting varieties, crops, fertilizers, herbicides etc. and justifying their decisions for a three year rotation along with proposed financial records. Mr. Von Tress stated, “This event is very involved and helps students prepare themselves for future careers. The field of Agronomy is wide open for young individuals looking for an agricultural career.”

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The Board of Education, staff, and community join forces to provide a high quality, comprehensive education for all Deming Public Schools students so that they will have the opportunity to prepare themselves to become productive, responsible, and culturally enriched citizens allowing them to meet the challenges of an ever-changing, global society.

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