COVID-19 Corona Virus Response
High Plains REC, in response to guidance from the New Mexico Department of Health, the New Mexico Public Education Department, and the New Mexico Governor’s Office, has closed the office until further guidance is received.
The HPREC Staff is working remotely to support member districts, as they continue to assist staff, students, and families.
We encourage all HPREC staff, member district staff, and community members to remain apprised of the CDC and New Mexico Department of Health guidelines, which may change at regular intervals.
R Stephen Aguirre
Learn More About HPREC
Welcome to the High Plains Regional Education Cooperative Website. Our goal is to provide innovative and research-based support and services to member districts. As the public education landscape evolves, HPREC provides expertise, powerful tools, and systematic approaches to assist school districts in meeting educational goals
Whether a school district is seeking policy guidance, related services, technical assistance, or professional development, HPREC is relentless in its commitment to ensure that services and support are responsive and of high quality.
Our cooperative system of shared services and programs has proven cost-saving and efficient for rural northeastern New Mexico school districts. Visit our Procurement page to learn more about pre-bid contracts that are available to schools, state agencies, and public organizations.
Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
If you need assistance after hours, please call (505) 400.6370 or email Marisa Aguirre.
Who We Are
HPREC is located in Raton, New Mexico. Member districts include Cimarron, Clayton, Des Moines, Maxwell, Mosquero, Raton, Roy, and Springer. HPREC’s ancillary team delivers regional students with quality services in occupational therapy, physical therapy, school psychology, social work, speech-language, and transition support. HPREC also provides area schools with professional development in a variety of areas, including special education, curriculum, professional learning communities, and strategic planning.