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Lordsburg Municipal Schools serves about 560 students. It employs a Superintendent, four Principals, one Director of Support Services, and one Curriculum Director.  There are about 42 teachers working in the system.

Lordsburg serves the outlying communities of Virden and Road Forks, providing busing for students there. 

Lordsburg utilizes a 10 MB fiber connection to all schools for connectivity. Recent additions of interactive white boards, document cameras, flip video cameras, still digital cameras, and over 400 mini-laptops in all K-6 classrooms enrich learning for students. Southside and Central computer labs received 25 new computers each to update access to learning and communication resources.

Lordsburg Municipal Schools

Randy Piper, Superintendent

575.542.9361

Mission

It is the mission of the Lordsburg Municipal School District to create and maintain safe and caring schools that ensure every child reaches a high level of academic achievement that can be verified and that further positive intellectual, physical, ethical, and social development.

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Troy Hudson, Principal

501 W. 4th St.

Lordsburg, NM 88045

(575)542-3782

 

Dugan-Tarango Middle School

 Terry Bentley

 1352 Hardin

 Lordsburg, NM 88045

(575)542-9806

Central Elementary

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Tom Stidham, Principal

207 High Street

Lordsburg, NM 88045

575.542.9222 

 

Southside Elementary

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Angela Armstrong, Principal

207 High Street

Lordsburg, NM 88045

575.542.9473 

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Angela Armstrong, Principal

500 Ownby

Lordsburg, NM 88045

575.542.3252


Tech Summer Camp

Lordsburg teachers and staff operate a yearly Technology Camp for students. It is open free to the first 100 grade K-5 Lordsburg students and covers Digital Citizenship, geocaching, rocket making, graphic arts design, digital storytelling, and other topics.

In the summer of 2011, seven teachers, two aides, and one volunteer worked to integrate technological projects with real student learning. Teachers learn ways to utilize technology tools in their regular instruction. 

Check out the Tech Summer Camp Wiki and the flier for 2011.

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Animas, 37 miles southwest of Lordsburg, has its own school district that serves Hachita, Playas, Rodeo, and Cotton City.  Students are bused in from up to 60 miles away.  Because of such long distances, Animas operates on a four-day week (Monday-Thursday). 

Animas is organized into three divisions: Elementary (Pre-K - 4), Animas 5 - 6, and Middle/High School (7-12).

It currently employs 18 teaches to serve 214 students:

Pre-K - 4   66
5-6           29
7-12         119

Animas has been known for its academic excellence and technology utilization. It has an Elementary and High School computer lab of 24 computers.  A secondary high school lab has 22 computers, as well as 13 in the math/technology room. Most students 8-12 have school furnished laptops.  All classrooms are complete with interactive whiteboards and in-class equipment such as student response systems, GPS units, and graphing calculators. Animas is dual-platform, using both Apple and PC. All facilities are equipped with both wired and wireless connectivity.

Animas Schools

Betsy Ward, Superintendent
Pre-K - 12 Principal

575.548.2299 ex. 222

Mission

By working together we will create a safe and active learning environment which promotes growth in knowledge, abilities, and citizenship.


Animas Elementary

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Animas 5-6

Animas High School

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The Past - Area School Teachers and Staff

There is a partial list HERE of educators in the area up until the 1950's or so.