This week we would like send a BIG THANK YOU to our AMSD Custodial Team who keep our schools running smoothly, looking great, and always working to take care of both our students and staff. We appreciate all that you do for our Aztec Tiger Community!!!
Hello Tiger Community,
We received a report that parents may be contacted by an individual(s) claiming to represent testing organizations affiliated with SAT and/or ACT and seeking personally identifiable information of students and parents as well as credit card information to pay for services or tests.
This is not the AMSD nor is it associated with the Aztec Schools.
Please use caution if you receive a phone call, text message, or email seeking this type of information--we would hate to see members of our community taken advantage when they are trying to take care of their students.
If you ever have any concerns as to whether a call or text message is legitimate you are welcome to contact your child's school or the AMSD Central Office.
Hello Tiger Community,
Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow, August 19, 2022 is an early release day.
Elementary Schools release at 1:30.
KMS and VNHS release at 1:35.
AHS releases at 1:45.
Hello Tiger Community,
Due to an increase in bus riders throughout the district, we cannot accept notes/calls from parents for students to ride home with friends. If it is an emergency we will work with parents to make limited arrangements.
Thank you for your understanding.
Tiger Community. Please join us in welcoming our new Exceptional Programs Director, Ms. Amber Currier.
Have You Thought About Becoming a Teacher?
The children in New Mexico need excellent teachers and UNM wants to support you to do just that! UNM and Aztec Schools have partnered and are seeking individuals who want to serve their community through teaching.
We have funding from the State of New Mexico for a $35,000 stipend to support you in realizing your new career as a teacher!
If you have a college degree and would like to teach elementary students, secondary students, or students with special needs, please follow the link below to read more and submit your application!
Deadline to Apply: July 15, 2022
Go to COEHS.UNM.EDU/RESIDENCIES
Questions? Contact Dr. Marjori Krebs, Director of Residencies at email@example.com
Thanks for a successful school year!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Aztec Municipal School District has completed the instructional requirements for the 2021-2022 school year and has received approval from the New Mexico Public Education Department to end the school year earlier than the planned Tuesday, June 7, 2022. We recognize that, as community partners, many families depend on us – plus, this is the time of year for celebrations! As a result, all of our schools will be open as normal for students on Monday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 7, but student attendance will be optional! If you would like to start your summer as a family early, please do so! We will still have our buses running and meals will be provided at each site, just like a regular school day for those who want to attend. Our food services department will also be providing sack lunches for pick up at Aztec High School from 11:00AM to 12:00PM on Monday, June 6 for those who still would like a meal but are not attending school that day.
In addition, on Monday, June 6, 2022, 5th grade students who attend school at Park Avenue will still have the opportunity to visit Koogler Middle School and 8th grade students at Koogler will still have the opportunity to visit Aztec High School.
Finally, we ask that you contact your child’s respective school(s) in order to ensure that student chromebooks are returned and any applicable fees are resolved.
Thank you for your continued partnership with us. Have a great summer, whether you start that today or on Tuesday!
-Aztec Municipal School District
Hello Aztec Community
Aztec Schools will be providing summer lunches and breakfast beginning June 13 - June 30.
Breakfast and Lunch meals can be picked up at Aztec High School in the student drop off area on the north side of the campus along Blanco Street. Meals will also be at First Baptist Church at 700 Navajo.
Meals can be picked up between 11:00 and Noon daily Monday - Friday.
We thank you for your support and welcome you to pick up meals each day.
Aztec Municipal School District will be hosting a “Summer Industry Convening” on June 16th from 8:30 -11:30 am at Aztec High School. The district has many exciting developments to share and we would like to partner with our local industry to help redesign and dream of what is possible in providing career opportunities and career training for the students of Aztec. To learn more and register please go to tinyurl.com/aztecindustry
We have received notice that there is a gas leak on CR 2896, resulting in a closure of that road. The AMSD Transportation Department is contacting parents of students who live on CR 2896 to pick up their children at their school site or make other arrangements since the bus will not be permitted to travel on that road. In the event that you have not yet been contacted by the AMSD Transportation Department, please contact them at (505) 599-4303
Hello Tiger Community, our calendar for the 2022-2023 School Year can be found here: https://5il.co/1as2h
Last call! The survey on the 2022-2023 AMSD Calendar closes today at 5:00. If you haven't shared your thoughts yet please take a moment to complete the survey that can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WMWYZRW
Aztec High School Students! San Juan County is again hosting the “Summer Enrichment Internship Program” and will place students in paid internships throughout the county. Current high school students or graduates of the classes of 2021 and 2022 are eligible and must be at least 16 years old before this summer to participate. Student participants must provide their own transportation to their internship locations. Spots are limited and the application deadline to apply is May 26th. Internships will begin the week of June 20th and will go for six weeks until July 29th. Students will participate in industry internships with local businesses and receive employability workshops for a total of 20 hours a week and will be paid $12 an hour. The application can be found at www.sjcounty.net
under apply now and the position is titled “2022 Summer Intern.” Thank you to the NMPED and San Juan County for making this amazing learning experience available to our students!
Aztec Businesses! Do you need some help this summer and would like to mentor local students in your industry? San Juan County is again hosting the “Summer Enrichment Internship Program” this summer and will place students in paid internships throughout the county. If you are interested, please email Tara Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your business name, contact information, how many interns you would like to place at your business, a brief description of the industry, and a brief summary of the learning opportunities and work experience the students will gain. Thank you all for always supporting our Aztec youth!