State of the Schools 2022 starts in 5 minutes! Watch it here! https://youtu.be/veLCQq87NWw
Don't miss State of the Schools 2022! Premiering at 6:00 PM Tonight in one hour! Please tune in here: https://youtu.be/veLCQq87NWw
The December 9th, 2022 Bulletin is here! Please follow the link! https://conta.cc/3Ydx8qa
Santa Fe Public Schools has begun the process of adopting instructional materials in the content area of social studies for the 2023-2024 school year. Committees are being formed with representatives from stakeholders throughout the City of Santa Fe. SFPS teachers, administrators, parents and community members will meet regularly to review social studies materials and make recommendations for adoption. The materials will be purchased as part of the State’s six-year adoption cycle established by the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED). Of paramount interest to SFPS is the well-being of our students. We are excited to have the opportunity to provide our students and teachers with materials that align with the New Mexico Social Studies Standards. Should you have questions regarding instructional materials, please contact the District Instructional Materials Coordinator, Ms. Erica Wheeler, at email@example.com.
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The new bulletin has arrived - and we are proud to be celebrating Native American Heritage Month. Please follow the link for more information: http://bit.ly/3Tpl2Hb
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The 2023-2024 Transfer Lottery is now OPEN! Please visit https://bit.ly/2023TransferLottery to complete an application!
The new SFPS Bulletin has arrived for Oct. 28th, 2022. Please follow this link: https://conta.cc/3WaIlXH
SFPS Bands had a massive amount of students chosen for the NMMEA Regional Honor Band! Students from all over Northern New Mexico submit auditions and the judges select the top musicians to rehearse and give a concert! Santa Fe High had 25 students selected (substantially more than any other High School,) and Music Powerhouse Eldorado Community School had 27 students chosen (exceeding all Middle and High Schools in the region as well as the most 1st Chair/Place positions for the 2nd year in a row!) Students from Mandela, Capital High, and Ortiz MS were also honored. Please follow this link for the students selected this year: https://5il.co/1jpsi
The new SFPS Bulletin has arrived for Oct. 21st, 2022. Please follow this link: https://conta.cc/3SmD8Ja
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This week, NFHS CEO Karissa Niehoff unveils the nationwide campaign entitled Bench Bad Behavior which is designed to end the out-of-control behavior by parents and other fans at high school sporting events. This unacceptable behavior is driving away men and women from serving as officials and threatening the future of high school sports in our country. Very simply, this unsportsmanlike behavior must stop — Enough is Enough. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLZCfuNlmOA
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There has been an increase in students doing the One-Chip Challenge at schools. The chip is available to purchase at local gas stations and grocery stores, and can cause extreme and unpleasant side effects which may result in an ambulance being called to the school. Learn more about the One Chip Challenge here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fthIZ5PItxc
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Our final stop is on the most southeastern tip of the SFPS District where we arrive to meet the Dust Devils of El Dorado Community School! El Dorado Community School, located off Highway 285 in the semi-rural community of El Dorado, is part of the LANL Foundation’s Inquiry Science Education Consortium dedicated to increasing equity and access to quality STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education for students in grades K–6 throughout Northern New Mexico. All El Dorado’s K-5 students participate in art, music and physical education. Middle school students can select from a wide range of offerings, including band, orchestra, choir, physical education and visual arts. An El Dorado tradition is the annual concert at the end of the year to express how much being a part of the El Dorado Community School has influenced students’ lives as they move to high school. El Dorado takes great pride in its Middle School Music Program being a main music feeder to SFPS high schools. The Dust Devils also have many enriching activities that include: --PTA After-School Enrichment Programs --Middle school sports --SWAT (Students Working to Advance Technology) --Hearts and Hands Club --Yearbook --The Student Council El Dorado Community School also offers regular after school care - Monday through Friday for grades K-5. As we conclude our adventure, we take away a new understanding of the schools across SFPS, their history, their unique programs and their original styles. Thank you for joining us on our Journey Across SFPS.
The Santa Fe Public Schools wants to ensure each student has a device they can use both at school and at home for the upcoming school year and the first day of school for most students is Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Students in Pre-K and kindergarten will use iPads, students in grades 1 through 12 will use Chromebooks. There are just 3 days remaining for students to stop by the Technology Drive Thru to complete device exchanges or new device pickups. Today (08/12/2022): 9 AM to 5:30 PM Monday (08/15/2022): 9 AM to 5 PM Tuesday (08/16/2022): 9 AM to 5 PM The Technology Drive Thru is located at 2516 Cerrillos Road. The street to the Technology Department is next to the skate park on Camino Carlos Rey. - Students NEW to Santa Fe Public Schools should come to the Technology Drive Thru to pick up their new iPad or Chromebook. - Students who were in kindergarten last school year and will be in 1st grade this school year, need to exchange their iPad for a Chromebook. They must bring their iPad and charger for the exchange. - Students who will be in grades 2 through 9 this school year, need to exchange their old Chromebooks. They must bring their old Chromebook and charger for the exchange. - Returning students, who will be in grades 10 through 12, will NOT need to exchange their Chromebooks. On the day of device exchange or pickup, a parent/guardian must be in the vehicle with a valid driver’s license or other official photo ID along with your child's Santa Fe Public Schools Student ID Number. Please call 505-467-4357 should you have any questions. Please note that the Drive Thru will be closed each day from 1 to 2 PM. Additionally, the Drive Thru will shut down early in the event of inclement weather such as thunder, lightning for the safety of families and staff.