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La Cueva High School to Celebrate 25th Anniversary
April 16, 2012
Albuquerque Public School’s La Cueva High School will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the school’s first graduating class at a reception from 2:30 to 4 p.m., Friday, April 20, in the Main Concourse at the school.
“We are inviting all former and current staff members, as well as alumni from the school to come join in the celebration,” said La Cueva Principal Todd Resch. “It is just a chance for people to get together and reminisce about the school and their time there over the past 25 years.”
As part of the celebration, those attending will be asked to sign a guest book that will be placed in a time capsule that will be opened on the school’s 50th anniversary. La Cueva PTA President Kris Steel will present the school with a banner, which has been signed by members of the class of 2012. The banner reads “Congratulations LCHS…25 years and Going Strong.”
Steel, who chaired the committee putting together the celebration, said that posters with “25 ways La Cueva has served the community” will also be on display. “We’ll have music from the 1980s and serve cake and ice cream too,” Steel added.
When the school was completed in 1986, it was the district’s 11th high school and the first high school to be built to serve the northern part of the city.
For more information on the event, call the school at 823-2327, ext 202.