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HSHS Basketball District Champions Varsity
HSHS Basketball District Champions JV

The TCMS TAT students recently explored augmentation and virtual reality lessons in the ZSpace computer lab at HSHS. The lab allows students to dissect a human heart, explore architectural designs and other real-life lessons that are not available in a normal classroom.

The TCMS TAT students recently explored augmentation and virtual reality lessons in the ZSpace computer lab at HSHS. The lab allows students to dissect a human heart, explore architectural designs and other real-life lessons that are not available in a normal classroom.

HSHS students from the film class attending the Santa Fe Film Festival. Students were able to accompany their instructor, Tamir Rawlings, in introducing his film at a screening and then accompanied him in receiving a huge honor at the festival for a film based out of T or C!

HSHS students from the film class attending the Santa Fe Film Festival. Students were able to accompany their instructor, Tamir Rawlings, in introducing his film at a screening and then accompanied him in receiving a huge honor at the festival for a film based out of T or C!

FFA Days at Roundhouse

E Sports Tiger TORCHES Win First Competition!

Community Schools Leadership Team
Community Schools Leadership Team

Congratulations to HSHS FFA Member Shandi Treadwell! Ms. Treadwell won the Champion Lightweight Division Market Meat Goat at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO this week!  

Staff Professional Development: Capturing Kids' Hearts
Staff Professional Development: Capturing Kids' Hearts ❤️
Hot Springs High School Students at Spaceport America

Regular Board Meeting, Tuesday April 14th, 5:30 P.M. at Central Office, 910 N. Date Street.

Our Mission

The mission of the Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools, the heart of our community, is to inspire and nurture students to dream and develop the ability to pursue their dreams with courage and integrity through educational excellence reflective of academic achievement, cultural values, historical perspective, and future opportunities fostered by a dedicated and committed staff. 
 

School Phone Numbers

  • Our Schools
    Arrey Elementary School-575-267-4778

    T or C Elementary School- 575-894-8372

    Sierra Elementary Complex-575-894-8362

    T or C Middle School-575-894-8380

    Hot Springs High School-575-894-8350

    Transportation Department-575-894-8156

    Special Education-575-894-8157

    Business Office-575-894-8160

    Warehouse-575-894-8155

    Curriculum Coordinator-575-894-8186

    Superintendent/Central Office- 575-894-8150, 575-894-8166

Bus Routes

Announcements

  • MANDATORY SCHOOL CLOSURES ORDERED BY STATE DEPARTMENT
    Due to the recent announcement by NMPED, all T or C Schools will be closed beginning Monday March 16th. This closure is effective for the rest of the school year. 

    Our District will be updating the website with home bound school work regularly, please continue to check for updates and email instructors with any questions you may have.


    We will provide breakfast and lunch to students at the following locations:

    Hot Springs High School Cafeteria Monday-Friday. Breakfast and lunch will be served from 10 AM-11 AM. 

    Meals will also be served at the Family Center on Coleman Street from 9:30-10:00 AM, the Church at the Butte from 10-10:30 AM, and Arrey Elementary School at 9:00 AM. 

     

     The 21st Century program will offer child care through AppleTree Education Center during this time. Space is limited and will be a first-come, first- serve basis. For more information on child care please call 575-894-5646.

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  • Community Schools Meeting - Truth or Consequences Municipal School District

    Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools has been awarded two Community Schools  Planning Grants for this school year 2019-2020. One grant has been awarded to Hot Spring High School and the other was awarded to Arrey Elementary School. Dr. Renee Garcia, Director of Federal Programs applied for all schools in the district but was only awarded grants for these two schools at this time. Two Community Schools coordinators have been hired, one for each school. For Hot Springs High School, Asha Baker-Hernandez has been hired. For Arrey Elementary, Yolanda Tafoya is the coordinator. Rev. Dr. Anne Eagen will serve as the consultant for this project.

    Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools have formed a District Community Team which include community leaders as members including Sharon Finarelli, Bruce Swingle, Representative Rebecca Dow, Judge Bobbie Sanders, Virginia Lee,  Debbie Maldonado-WNMU and District/School Leaders, Superintendent Randall Piper, Dr. Renee Garcia Community Schools Program Director, Hot Spring High School and Arrey Principals, and more. Each school has a formed a Community Schools School Team which includes the Community Schools coordinators, principals, teachers, parents, and more.

    Governor Lujan Grisham’s plan, “A New Direction for New Mexico Schools,” includes a tenet to engage families, communities and students as essential partners through the expansion of the community schools’ model. A community school is a public school that partners with families and the community, nonprofit community-based organizations and local businesses, to provide well-rounded educational opportunities and supports for student success through the implementation of a community school framework Four Pillars:

    PILLAR 1 Integrated Student Supports

    PILLAR 2 Expanded and enriched learning time and opportunities

    PILLAR 3 Family and Community engagement

    PILLAR 4 Collaborative Leadership and Practices

    This year, District and School Community School Teams will be utilizing the Community Schools Planning grant for collecting data to evaluate concerns to be remedied through the community schools’ framework. Another grant, a Community Schools Implementation Grant for next school year 2020-2021 will be applied for this school year. Please contact Dr. Renee Garcia, TorC Schools, if you need more information.

  • Superintendent's Equity Council
    Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools has established a Superintendent Equity Council.  Members were selected from a pool of volunteers, and staff that represent a variety of student groups.

    The Equity Council will contribute to guiding the district in the allocation of district resources, professional learning, staffing, culturally and linguistically responsive curriculum development, and assessment of progress towards implementation to support improved student outcomes. 

    Below is a list of the current Equity Council Members.  If you would be interested in being a part of the Council please contact the Superintendent’s Office at 575-894-8165.

    Stephanie Brownfield
    Glenda Eichens

    Frances Luna

    Annette Garcia
    Hot Springs High School Student Council President
    T or C Middle School Student Council President
    Lisa Willoughby
    Russell Woolf

  • TEXTBOOK ADOPTION
    This year the District is adopting math curriculum. Any community member wishing to provide feedback or participate in the process may call Raybella Schnyder, Curriculum Coordinator, at 575-894-8186.

Power School Parent Portal

  • Power School Parent Portal
    If you have access to Power School from last year but need to update your information please contact your child's school secretary to do so. If you are needing a username and password to access your child's information in Power School, click on the announcement title to download an application to obtain a copy.

K-3 Plus


TCES is a K-3 Plus school since 2012.

Breakfast/Lunch Menus

  • For copies of the school menus please visit the link below.
    https://torcschools.nutrislice.com/