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9th Graders (Reclassified 9th Graders see the 10th-12th Administrator assigned to their alpha) - A Hall - A121 - Vesuvius

Administrator - Mr. Thiebaut - thiebaut@aps.edu

Counselors - Ms CdeBaca (A-K) cdebaca_d@aps.edu & Mr. Garcia (L-Z) - ruben.garcia@aps.edu

Secretary - Mrs. Webb - Cynthia.Webb@aps.edu

10th - 12th Graders Alpha A-GOL - E Hall - E216 - Azuma

Administrator - Mrs. Allen - allen_mt@aps.edu

Counselors - Lena Aragon - aragon_ad@aps.edu

Secretary - Ms. Brown - Katherine.brown@aps.edu

10th - 12th Graders Alpha GOM-O - F Hall - F116 - Kilauea 

Administrator - Mrs. Nunez - nunez_p@aps.edu

Counselors - Mr. Monclova - monclova_r@aps.edu

Secretary - Mrs. Padilla - Jeanette.Padilla@aps.edu

10th - 12th Graders Alpha P-Z - H Hall - H131 - Suribachi

Administrator - Mr. Alzaga - Manuel.Alzaga@aps.edu

Counselors - Mr. Roybal - roybal_m@aps.edu

Secretary - Mrs. Roberts - roberts_ti@aps.edu

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News

2/22/18

Good Morning Hawks

 

Today is Thursday, February 22, 2018

 

Please rise for the pledge

 

THIS WEEK IS SPREAD THE WORD TO END THE WORD.

We are asking people to pledge to stop saying the R-word as a starting point toward creating more accepting attitudes and communities for all people.  Language affects attitudes and attitudes affect actions.  Pledge today in lower E hall during lunch to use respectful, people-first language.

 

STUDENT SENATE will be collecting signatures in support of Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. On Thursday during lunch we will have a pledge poster set up in F-hall to be sent to Stoneman Douglas High School.

 

TALENT SHOW: Auditions for the talent show will be tomorrow and Friday at lunch in the PAC. You must show up at the beginning of lunch. If we call your act and you aren’t prepared, you WILL NOT be considered for the Talent Show on Feb. 28. Talent Show Lineup Will be Posted at the end of school Friday.

 

DECA is selling Yuda Bands for $7 at the DECA snack bar during lunch. These bracelets are handmade, super cool and most importantly all proceeds go back to Yuda bands to fund the education of a young boy from Guatemala. The boy directly impacted has aspirations of one day becoming a surgeon. If you buy a band you will help fund his schooling. Please come out and help us make a difference!  

 

COUNSELING:

APS is proud to be hosting the upcoming Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) College 101 night, a free, bilingual (Spanish-English), workshop where students will receive valuable information about how to prepare, plan, and pay for a college education. SEE YOUR COUNSELOR FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

ATHLETICS:

STAFF: a Pilates fitness class for staff members at 3:40 in the Dance Room. 

 

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL: will play at Rio Rancho at 5:30 on Friday.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL: will play on Saturday at 7:30 in The Ring of Fire

 

That’s all for your morning announcements Hawks

Have a great day.

And remember

As always

Its Great to be a Hawk

 

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2/20/18

APS is proud to be hosting the upcoming Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) College 101 night, a free, bilingual (Spanish-English), workshop where students will receive valuable information about how to prepare, plan, and pay for a college education. https://www.hsf.net/college-101

This is the first time HSF is offering the session in New Mexico, so we are inviting students from surrounding school districts to attend.  College 101 targets Hispanic 9th and 10th graders, but juniors and seniors are more than welcome to attend.  Please feel free to forward this email to your counselors, dean of students or teachers. We encourage your students to register using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-college-101-albuquerque-tickets-42364874480

This event is free and open to the public, however space is limited. Registration will close once capacity has been reached, and no later than Monday, March 19, 2018.

Albuquerque Public Schools Hosts HSF College 101

Where:
Albuquerque High School
800 Odelia Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

When:
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Cost:
Free Admission. Complimentary Parking.
A light dinner and refreshments will be provided.

Participants can choose to receive information in either English or Spanish. Breakout session topics will include:

 *   Preparing and paying for college
 *   Applying for scholarships
 *   Researching additional financial aid

Registered guests who attend will be automatically entered to win a prize drawing!

If you have any questions please feel free to email me.

 

Best Regards,

Dr. Serna Mármol

 

Madelyn P. Serna Marmol, Ed.D.

Assistant Superintendent of Equity, Instruction and Support

6400 Uptown Blvd. NE, 600 East

Albuquerque, NM  87125-0704

(505) 880-3702 x63702

 

Be the change you want to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi

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2/12/18

VVHS Pre-enrollment Procedures for 2018-2019

 

                        Pre-enrollment sessions are scheduled for the following dates

  • March 7 8-10AM

 

The following are the enrollment and pre-registration procedures for students who live in the VVHS attendance boundaries and will attend VVHS for the 2017– 2018 school year, but who do NOT currently attend VVHS, LBJ Middle School or Tony Hillerman Middle School:

 

1.  Call VVHS at 890-0343 ex 37052 or ex 37202 to reserve a seat in one of the above enrollment/pre-registration sessions.

 

2.  Information to Bring to VVHS Data Processor (Louanne Rauen) in room F117 before the Scheduled Pre-Registration Session:  

            A. Birth Certificate – Required if new to APS

            B. Immunization Record, up-to-date, which must include TDAP within the last 5 years

            C. Proof of Address – student and parent/legal guardian must live in VVHS attendance

                 boundaries (visit www.aps.edu  to verify assigned school for residence address):

  1. Current PNM or Gas Utility Bill with parent/legal guardian name and physical

street address on it (water, cable, phone bills, etc. do not apply); OR

                        2. Current Rental Agreement (with parent/legal guardian name, student name and

                            physical street address on it); OR

                        3. Current Purchase Agreement (with parent/legal guardian name and physical

                            street address on it)

            D. Transcript, report card – Current unofficial transcripts and most recent report card.

            E. Copies of IEP, special program/course placement, etc, if applicable (i.e., special

                education, gifted, ESL services)

 

3.  BEFORE your scheduled pre-registration session—please bring in all items listed in #2 then you will be given a registration packet to complete and leave with the Data Processor.

 

4.  When all documentation is received, you will be given a Course Request Card to take home and complete. Get signatures from current Math & English teachers for course recommendations on the Course Request Card.

 

 

5.  If you need further assistance or have questions concerning the Course Request Card there will be counselors available to assist you at the scheduled Pre-Registration Session. In-depth course evaluation will require a separate, scheduled meeting at a later date/time.

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