Cherish summer in Santa Fe with good books, lush gardens, buzzing bees, a trip to the zoo, a science project or two, and the restorative balm of children's creativity.
The silky soft gypsum of White Sands are the perfect place to make some sand angels.
Photo by Tira Howard.
By Claudette Sutton
Oh, 2020. You came in like a lamb, and you’ve been roaring like a lion ever since.
By Kate Noble
Santa Fe School Board president offers practical suggestions and guiding principles for this period of transition.
By Cristina Rubio and Alma DeMange
Los Alamos friends and neighbors choose different options for 2020-21 school year.
By Erin De Rosa
ArtWorks , an experiential art program for Santa Fe students and teachers, shifts lessons and exhibitions online.
By Judy Reinhartz
Get to know the Santa Fe Alliance for Science and what it can bring to your classroom.
By Sarah Mandala
ARTsmart and the Community Educators Network support students with hands-on learning materials in digital times.
By Jennifer Villela
What do we do with our gloom this year? Make our favorite New Mexico foods, watch Zozobra's first no-crowd burn on TV or online, and dance!
By Liana Star
Teens help address New Mexico’s disregarded epidemic of child abuse and neglect.
By Siobhan Niklasson
Observing seasonal patterns brings comfort in an uncertain time.
By Jessica Schlarbaum
Autumn is the season of change for New Mexico wildlife. Learn how to spot the signs.
By Ivy St. Clair
A Santa Fe High senior shares how COVID-19 has uprooted her teenage experience.