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A tower that spells out “library” in bar code will greet visitors to the city’s new Central & Unser — Patrick J. Baca Library, which opens April 18. (Greg Sorber/Albuquerque Journal)

New library on West Side opens in 1 week

By Elaine D. Briseño / Journal Staff Writer

Albuquerque’s newest public library – the first to be built in 17 years – debuts next week on the West Side.

A construction worker is seen in what will be the windows of the media center on the second story of the new Bernalillo High School. Architects designed the building to capture this dramatic view of the Sandias. (Dean Hanson/Albuquerque Journal)

Bernalillo High School’s new home

By Elaine D. Briseño / Journal Staff Writer

Workers are putting finishing touches on modern 2-story school building with view of Sandias

Navigating success at RR High

By Elaine D. Briseño / Journal Staff Writer

Native American liaison is a pillar of support for students

Peaceful resolution

By Elaine D. Briseño / Journal Staff Writer

Navigating a school district can be daunting not only for students but parents too, especially when …

Luis Melendez, a groundskeeper for the school district, sorts through landscaping equipment at the new warehouse. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Journal)

RRPS has new offices, warehouse

By Elaine D. Briseño / Journal Staff Writer

Good things do sometimes come to those who wait.Some wait a few days, a few weeks, a f …

RRPS: Opt-out rate at 1.5%

By Elaine D. Briseño / Journal Staff Writer

Rio Rancho school district officials say, in all, about 160 students were opted out of the state’s n …

New school board member Roman Montaño is sworn in by his friend, San Miguel County Magistrate Judge Christian Montaño, no relation, at the school board meeting Monday. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

New members take seats on Rio Rancho school board

By Elaine D. Briseño / Journal Staff Writer

Two new members of the Rio Rancho Public Schools Board – the youngest ever and one of the most experienced – took their seats Monday night.

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