School Districts Served

With the support of our amazing funders, we are currently able to service 3 school districts. This makes our programs available to thousands of students and teachers.

21st Century Community Learning Center Funding
The 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant funds high-quality, out-of-school time programs in elementary and middle schools.  The NMSU STEM Outreach Center provides 21st CCLC sites in Las Cruces and Gadsden with SEMAA, DiMA, Reader’s Theater, COUNT, Tower Gardens and a number of electives. All of the programs work together to increase interest, engagement in, and understanding of, STEM fields.  All while working to increase reading skills, parental/family involvement (workshops), promote physical education and obesity prevention, and offer professional development for participating teachers.




Gadsden Independent School District (GISD)

Anthony Elementary Berino Elementary Chaparral Elementary
Desert Trail Elementary Desert View Elementary Loma Linda Elementary
Riverside Elementary Santa Teresa Elementary Sunrise Elementary
Vado Elementary    
 Gadsden Independent School District’s Handbook can be found here.

Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS)


Alameda Elementary Columbia Elementary Conlee Elementary
Cesar Chavez Elementary Dona Ana Elementary Loma Heights Elementary
Sunrise Elementary Tombaugh Elementary University Hills Elementary
Valley View Elementary    

 Las Cruces Public School’s Handbook can be found here.


Hatch Valley Public School (HVPS)

Garfield Elementary Hatch Valley Middle School Rio Grande Elementary
Hatch Valley High School    
Hatch Valley Public School’s Handbook can be found here.


Gadsden Independent School District (GISD)

Berino Elementary Chaparral Middle School Gadsden Elementary
Gadsden Middle School La Union Elementary North Valley Elementary
Yucca Heights Elementary    


Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS)

Camino Real Middle School J. Paul Taylor Academy Mesa Middle School
Picacho Middle School Sierra Middle School  

We have partnered with the 10 elementary schools and 4 middle schools in Farmington in order to provide students with the DiMA and COUNT programs, and teachers with professional development.



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