The STCF continues to support the Schools. A few weeks ago, the Fifth-grade students at Riverside Elementary School in Sunland Park reveived a check for $1,610. Today, the STCF is looking for ways to support the students in our area to help them continue with their education.
IMPORTANT! All public school closures are extended through the end of the school year. For more information click below. #stcfsupportingschoolsMy administration made the very difficult decision, in close consultation with educational and health leaders, to extend public school closures through the rest of the academic year. We have to continue to take very aggressive steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
We know this has tremendous implications for families and students all across the state. This is part of a two-pronged plan my administration is crafting to protect New Mexicans from COVID-19 and ensure that children are protected, fed and educated and that families are supported through this crisis.
We are in unprecedented times. Public health is our first and foremost priority. We will keep doing everything we can to keep kids, teachers, families and workers all across the state safe from this terrible virus.
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Family and Students stay safe and be tuned with the GISD updates. 🦠💚We are receiving an influx of messages regarding continuing school closures. We will continue to post on social media as news is updated. You will also receive correspondence from the district. Lastly, our website has the most current update at the top of the page. Thank you for your continued support! ... See MoreSee Less
Today the STCF awarded a check of $1,610 to the students of 5th grade at Riverside Elementary. This donation will be used for field trips to NMSU this spring. We are happy to support programs like this that encourage students to pursue a higher education. Thank you to all sponsors and colleagues that make this possible. 🎒🚌#STCF#communitysupport#cobras 💚 @ Riverside Elementary ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday, the Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation presented a check to Santa Teresa High School baseball team of $840 to help them buy equipment for this baseball season. We thank all our sponsors and supporters for helping us make a difference in our community. Let’s go warriors!! ⚾️ #communitysupport#warriors#STCF#santateresa... See MoreSee Less
What a great way to end the semester! Students from 5 elementary schools in the Gadsden Independent School District were awarded bikes for their achievement this school semester. Students from Desert View, Riverside, Sunland Park, Chaparral, and Yucca Heights Elementary were selected based on their academic development, attendance, and good behavior. We are very proud of you kids! Let’s keep supporting and encouraging our future leaders. A big thank you to all STCF sponsors this could not be done without your support. Happy Holidays to all!! 🚲👧👦🎒🎄🎄 #STCF#charity#doitforthecommunity... See MoreSee Less
The end of this school semester is near and the STCF is happy to award the top students of each grade from our 5 elementary schools. We thank all our sponsors and congratulate the students for their hard work. We will keep you posted though out the day with more pictures! ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday, the STCF awarded Kamryn Guillen a scholarship of $1,000 to help her continue her studies. We are so happy to be able to grant scholarships to bright students like Kamryn. Congratulations and we are so proud of you! ... See MoreSee Less
sharing some of our moments at the 20th Annual Santa Teresa Charity Golf Tournament! we thank everyone who helped to make this tournament a success and we hope to see everybody next year. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday, the Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation awarded the STHS Warrior Girls Soccer Team a check for $800 to help them buy training gear and equipment. We are so happy to support the Girls Soccer Team and we would like to thank all our sponsors and supporters for helping us make a difference in our community. Good luck in all your games girls! ... See MoreSee Less
The Santa Teresa Technology Student Association had a chance to visit the the office of congresswoman Representative Xochitl Torres Small and receive a private tour of the capital in Washington D.C. The STCF is so proud of you! Continue the hard work! ... See MoreSee Less
This morning the Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation awarded a check of $1,400 to the students of the STHS Technology Student Association. This Group of young students is traveling to Washington DC at the end of this month for a National Conference. The STCF is proud to support students from our community on their road to success. #STCF... See MoreSee Less
We are happy to share the highlights from last School Board Meeting, the Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation donated bikes to top students from each grade level from Elementary Schools as Desert View, Sunland Park, Riverside and Chaparral. We are happy to see the impact our program has had on students to work hard and be rewarded for their effort at the end of the school semester.Our last School Board Meeting of the school year was filled with amazing moments. Many students were awarded prizes for their awesome grades while fantastic educators were recognized for being the top of the district.
The STCF bike donation started this week!! We are so proud to announce that we delivered 10 bikes to the top students from Yucca and Chaparral Elementary. Congratulations to these students who had the highest grades from all the school and keep up the hard work!
Looking forward to seeing the rest of the students at the GISD Board meeting this Thursday at 5:00 pm ... See MoreSee Less
Last week, the STCF attended the Annual GISD Teacher of the Year Award Ceremony. We want to congratulate all the teachers who put all their effort to inspire and guide every student to success. We will continue to support our wonderful GISD teachers! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats to the whole district!This past weekend (March 14-16) the Gadsden High School Technology Student Association (TSA) students competed at the TSA State Convention in Los Lunas, New Mexico. The team of 13 students had been working hard since the fall to represent GISD, and more specifically GHS, at the state competition.
The results are evidence of that hard work. Every one of the 13 students came back home with at least one first-place medal in single or team events among several second and third-place medals.