SUCCESS Partnership

Our Children Thrive When We Support Fathers as a Community.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 24 million children in America live in homes that are absent from their biological father.  That’s one out of every three!  This staggering statistic affects child development on so many levels.   Children who live in homes absent of their…

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NMSU College of Education – SUCCESS Snapshot

NMSU College of Education The College of Education held an inaugural Challenge Coin Welcome Ceremony for the freshmen class. Students are invited to return the second year to receive a second coin, the third year for the third coin; and most importantly to graduate and…

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The Bridge of Southern New Mexico – SUCCESS Snapshot

Success Snapshot By Tracey Bryan The Bridge of Southern New Mexico Building Bridges for Student Success As a member of our community’s SUCCESS Partnership, The Bridge of Southern New Mexico has been a key partner in much of the work at the latter end of…

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Action Networks Are in Motion to Advance Early Childhood Education

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit. ~ Aristotle The Doña Ana County Early Childhood Education Coalition is strategically moving forward in efforts to mobilize Early Childhood Education (ECE) across the County. The abundant energy present during the…

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Doña Ana County initiates action networks for early childhood education

The SUCCESS Partnership and the Doña Ana County Early Childhood Education Coalition hosted 64 attendees at St. Paul’s Methodist Church in Las Cruces on July 11th for the 2019 Early Childhood Education Summit. ‘Succeeding Together’ was the theme this year, with the hope to increase…

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Infant mental health endorsement trainings travel across New Mexico

Mental health is often associated with the social and psychological well-being of adults. Ruth Ortiz specializes in mental health that reaches a different population—infants. Ortiz is the President of the New Mexico Association for Infant Mental Health (NMAIMH). The organization has been an established  501…

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Multi-generational education creates resounding community impact

When a teacher educates multi-generations of students, the community impact can be invaluable. Josefina Lira and her daughter, Daisy Lira have had Dr. Maria Artiaga, as their professor for coursework, leading to their Child Development Certificate (CDC) at the Doña Ana Community College, Gadsden campus….

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