Term 7 Grades
For grade levels 8-12, your course grades for Term 7 will be finalized and posted in PowerSchool on Monday May 3rd, 3pm.
All 6-8 grade students must completed the third and last iMSSA test during term 8. It is the same procedure as October and January, so students should be comfortable with the process now.
6 and 7 grade students will test this week on Wednesday, April 28. ALL students, both in person and virtual, must report to their first period class as usual, including those with first period flex, where their teacher will give them instructions for testing. In person students will have lunch served and buses will run at the normally scheduled times.
8 grade students will take the iMMSA across three days during their flex period during the week of May 10. More information on that test in the coming weeks.
Student Surveillance testing program
The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) has initiated a student COVID surveillance testing program for all public schools to provide. This student surveillance testing is entirely voluntary and involves us to provide the opportunity for 1% of our students who are currently in, in-person learning. An email was sent out this past week that further explained this process. I f you did not get that email, please click on this link to have access to the form to let us know if you would like your student to participate in the surveillance program or not. For the survey link, click here: Student Surveillance surve.
Big Future Days Virtual College Fair
Attend a virtual College Fair hosted by College Board. The dates for the virtual college fairs are based on where the colleges are located and you can attend multiple dates. Before you attend BigFuture Days, be sure to save a list of the colleges you are most interested in connect with on BigFuture. If you are unsure about a college, you can check out their website, social media properties, or profile page on BigFuture. BigFuture Day Southeast is on Thursday, April 29
CNM Dual Enrollment Events:
The CNM Outreach and Recruitment team has organized several upcoming events that highlight CNM and Dual Credit opportunities.
Dual Credit Success Workshop – Thursday, May 13, 2021 5:30-6:30pm
Attention Sophomores & Juniors: CNM DUAL ENROLLMENT
If you haven’t already registered for your Dual Enrollment courses, Now is the time for Summer Sessions. One Dual enrollment course is a Graduation Requirement. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information or click on this link Dual Credit Forms How to Get Started as a Dual Credit Student.
Summer School Choices
As we approach the summer, please review your students’ credit analysis with them. Videos have been posted on the school’s website as an introduction to the credit analysis. The second tab of your student’s credit analysis for high school also shows if your student is on track for graduation under the “Overall Credit Standing”. Students who are behind can take summer school through APS or Rio Rancho Public Schools. If you are unsure if your high school student should sign up for summer school or what classes they should take, please contact the administration team.
Lunch ordering for students in-person
Ordering will open on Sundays and will close on Wednesdays each week. Ordering will be for the lunches served the following week.
Lunch link for in-person learning: https://forms.gle/udz9KR5ykJKsQqtM6
Lunch ordering for students on-line
Ordering will open on Sundays and will close on Wednesdays each week. Lunch pick up is at 6600 Gulton Ct NE on Fridays. Please proceed to the East parking lot and look for the Lunch Pick Up signs toward the back of the building.
Lunch link for learning from home: https://forms.gle/Kmxttpk15Dye5edGA