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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 4/25/18







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The City of Albuquerque will once again be sponsoring the FREE Summer Food Program for Children ages 1-18.  This USDA program is an equal opportunity provider and employer.  The feeding sites in our school district are as follows:
(B)-represents a breakfast program. All breakfast programs start on the following day of the start of the lunch program.

Can you please e-mail me a sample of what you will be sending to the principals before you send it out.

 

For further information, please call 767-5811.

The following schools have food programs in their districts:

SCHOOL                             FOOD PROGRAM/START DATE

Acoma                Jeanne Bellamah Shelter Center-11516 Summer NE-June 11 (B)

Alamosa            
                Alamosa Community Center-6900 Gonzales Rd. SW-June 11 (B)
                Alamosa Park-Sunset Gardens & Bataan SW-June 4
                Sandia Valley Apts.-82nd & Bridge SW-June 4

Alvarado            Grecian Park- 701 Grecian Ave. NW-June 4
                La Plata Housing-120 La Plata NW-June 4
                
Apache                
                Sandia Vista Apts.-901 Tramway NE-June 4
                Vista Grande Apts.-12801 Copper NE-June 4

Armijo                Tapia Meadows Park-Goff & Bridge SW-June 4

Arroyo Del Oso            Sister Cities Park-McKinney & Harper NE-June 4

Bandelier            Burton Park-Carlisle & Kathryn SE-June 4
                                 Bandelier Elementary- 3909 Pershing SE- June 4 (B)

Bel-Air                Bel-Air Park-Phoenix & Hermosa NE-June 4
                Grisham Park-Veranda & Hoyle NE-June 4
                McKinley Community Center-3401 Monroe NE-June 11 (B)
                
Carlos Rey            Carlos Rey Elementary P/G-1215 Cerrillos Rd. SW-June  4 (B)
                Westgate Community Center-1400 Snow Vista SW-June 11 (B)
                Westgate Heights Park-1900 Delgado SW-June 4
                Westgate Community Park-Cartagena & Valley View SW-June 4
                Rosewood Mobile Home Park-757 98th St. SW-June 4

            
Chaparral                    Presidio Park-67th & Cleghorn NW-June 4
                Rinconada Point Park-Painted Rock & Fritzie NW-June 4

Comanche                      WIC Heights- 8120 La Mirada NE-June 4
                                 

Chelwood            Bianchetti Park-Granite & Landman NE-June 4
                Chelwood Park-Nakomis & Fruit NE-June 4
                                 Mountain Vista Apartments- 1501 Tramway NE- June 4

Cochiti                4-H Park-Menaul & Prospect NW-June 4
                Garfield Park-3501 Sixth St. NW-June 4
                Martineztown North Park-Edith & McKnight NE-June 4
                St. Anthony Plaza Apts.-1750 Indian School Rd. NW-June 4
                Cochiti Elementary School Playground- 3100 San Isidro NW- June 4 (B)

Collet Park            Mission Hills Apartments-10000 Menaul Blvd. NE- June 4    
                        
                                                
            

Dolores Gonzales        Barelas Community Center-801 Barelas SW-June 11 (B)
                Garcia Park- 8th and Cromwell SW- June 4
                

Duranes            Los Duranes Community Center- 2920 Leopoldo NW-June 11 (B)
                

East San Jose            Herman Sanchez Community Center-1830 Williams SE-June 11 (B)
                Jack Candelaria Community Center-200 San Jose SE-June 11 (B)


Edmund G. Ross        Meadowbrook Mobile Home Park-7401 San Pedro NE- June 4
                Jade Park-San Francisco & Ray NE-June 4
                Ranchos de Palomas Park-Wyoming & Palomas NE-June 4
                    Grace Church-6901 San Antonio NE-June 4 (B)
                                Coronado Village Mobile Home Park- 8401 Pan American Frwy. June 4

Edward Gonzales        Tower Park-86th & Tower SW-June 4
                Sunrise Terrace Park-102nd & Paso Fino SW-June 4

Emerson            Aspen Ridge Apts.-820 Louisiana SE-June 4
                Cesar Chavez Community Center-7505 Kathryn SE-June 11 (B)
                Wyoming Terrace Mobile HP- 9000 Zuni SE-June 4
    WIC-Southeast Heights- 7525 Zuni SE- June 4
                Jack & Jill Park-Bell & Arizona SE-June 4
                Trumbull Park-Trumbull & Pennsylvania SE-June 4
                Trumbull Childrens Park-Trumbull & Utah SE-June 4


Eubank                Snow Park Shelter Center-9501 Indian School NE-June 11 (B)

Eugene Field            Eugene Field Elementary Playground- 700 Edith SE- June 6 (B)
                South Broadway Park-Garfield & John SE-June 4
    Dennis Chavez Community Center- 715 Kathryn SE- June 11 (B)

George I. Sanchez              Lazy Day Park- 3200 Lazy Day Dr. SW- June 4

Governor Bent            
                Montgomery Park-San Mateo & Ponderosa NE-June 4
                                 Aztec Village Apartments- 4321 Montgomery Blvd. NE-June 4


Griegos                Valley Pool Park-San Isidro & Valley Pool Rd. NW-June 4
                
Hawthorne            General Bradley Housing-140 Gen. Bradley NE-June 4
                Hawthorne Park-420 Gen. Somerville NE-June 4
                

Helen Cordero             Vista Mobile Home Park-9600 Central SW-June 4
                

            
Hodgin                Jefferson Crossing Apts.-4401 Montgomery Blvd. NE-June 4
                Sun Plaza Apts.-4400 Montgomery Blvd. NE-June 4
                Sun Point Park Apts.-4057 Montgomery NE-June 4
                                 Aztec Village Apt.-4321 Montgomery NE-June 4                

John Baker                      Holiday Park CC- 17100 Comanche NE- June 11 (B)  
                                        
                
Inez                Snow Heights Park-Constitution E. of Pennsylvania NE-June 4
                YMCA-St. Paul’s Methodist Church-9500 Constitution NE- June 4 (B)
        

La Luz                Goodrich Park-Delamar Rd. NW-June 4
     La Plata Housing- 120 La Plata NW-June 4

La Mesa            Mesa Verde Park-Marquette & Tennessee NE-June 4
                Mesa Verde Community Center-7900 Marquette NE-June 11  (B)
                
            
Lavaland                Lavaland Park- N. Coors & Avalon NW-June 4
                                West Mesa CC-5500 Glenrio NW-June 11 (B)
                Joan Jones CC- 3928 Rincon NW- June 11 (B)
                
                
Los Ranchos                  WIC- North Valley- 7704 2nd St. NW- June 4
                
Lowell                Buena Vista Village Apts.-961 Buena Vista SE-June 4
                Heights Community Center-823 Buena Vista SE-June 11 (B)
                La Vida Nueva Apts.-2323 Kathryn SE-June 4
                Loma Linda Community Center-1700 Yale SE-June 11  (B)
                Thomas Bell Community Center-3001 University SE-June 11 (B)
                
Manzano Mesa            Manzano Mesa Youth Program-501 Elizabeth SE-June 11  (B)
                Casa Bella Apt.- 425 Western Skies SE-June 4

Marie Hughes            LBJ Community Center-6811 Taylor Ranch NW-June 11 (B)
                Santa Fe Village Park-Bogart & Montano NW-June 4
                Taylor Ranch Community Center-4900 Kachina NW-June 11 (B)
                
McCollum                      Jeanne Bellamah Shelter Center-11516 Summer NE June 11 (B)
                McCollum Elem. Therapeutics- 10900 San Jacinto NE-June 11 (B)

Matheson Park                Lynnewood Park-Nakomis & Los Arboles NE-June 4
                Ross Park- Phoenix & Kirby NE-June 4
                
                Family Service Center- 3401 Pan American Frwy NE-June 4
Mission                Lafayette Park-Comanche & Lafayette NE-June 4
                Luecking South Park-3901 Lafayette NE-June 4
    
Montezuma                     WIC- Mid-Town- 2400 Wellesley NE- June 4
                Summit Park- 3000 Constitution NE- June 4

    Painted Sky Elem. Playground- 8101 Gavin Rd. NW-June 4 (B)
Painted Sky            Avalon Park-96th & Starboard NW-June 4
                Parkway Park-Parkway & Tessa NW-June 4
                Parkwest Park-Parkwest & Windward NW-June 4
                                 Sundoro South Park-Colima & Vesuvius NW June 4               
                
Reginald Chavez            Rio Grande Trailer Park-2519 New York NW-June 4
                Tiguex Park-19th St. & Mountain NW-June 4
                Wells Park Community Center-500 Rosemont NW-June 11   (B)
                                 Elite Sports Academy- 501 Maine NW-June 4

Sandia Base                    Wyoming Terrace MH- 9000 Zuni SE June 4
                       
Sombra Del Monte        Aztec Park-Moon & Headingly NE-June 4
                Conchas Park-Claremont & Parsifal NE-June 4
                Sombra Del Monte Elem.- 9110 Shoshone NE-June 4 (B)
                

Susie Rayos Marmon        Bluewater Village Apts.-6600 Bluewater Rd. NW-June 4
                East Atrisco Park-6600 Miami NW-June 4
                El Rancho Atrisco Park-Ladera & Los Tretos NW-June 4
                Redlands Park-Tucson & Alamogordo NW-June 4
                Susie Rayos Marmon Elementary-6401 1800 72nd St. NW-June 4 (B)
                West Bluff Park-Ian & Alamogordo NW-June 4
                                 Villa Hermosa Apartments-2600 Americare Ct. NW-June 4
                                                

Tomasita            Sandia Vista Park-Chico & Jane NE-June 4
                Tomasita Elem. Playground- 701 Tomasita NE- June 4 (B)
                
            
Wherry                Trumbull Park-Trumbull & Pennsylvania SE-June 4
                Trumbull Childrens Park-Trumbull & Utah SE-June 4
                Singing Arrow Shelter Center-Singing Arrow & Nathan SE-June 11 (B)
                Marquez Park ( KAFB) Pennsylvania & Gibson SE- June 4
Whittier                
                Whittier Shelter Center-1110 Quincy SE-June 11 (B)
                Wilson Park- 1138 Cardenas Dr. SE -June 4
                
Zia                Zia Park-440 Jefferson NE-June 4
                YMCA Horn-4901 Indian School Rd. NE-June 4 (B)
                

Zuni                Kiva Park-Arvilla & Cuervo NE-June 4
                Quigley Park-Claremont & San Pedro NE-June 4
                
                
                
            
Onate                           Juan de Onate Park-Chelwood & Brentwood NE-June 4                

                

                

                
                                
                

 

                                      

                                                                                                                     

 

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 4/17/18




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General Provisions

Albuquerque Public Schools shall require that families prove residency upon annual registration of their student.  This procedural directive outlines acceptable documents schools may use to verify residency of students upon registration.

All documents used to verify residence under this procedural directive shall reflect the same address within the Albuquerque Public School district. A failure to provide the information above may prevent enrollment in the school.  No school shall deny a student enrollment due to lack of providing proof of residency. However, students unable to provide documentation required shall request an exception with the superintendent, or his/her designee, or the Board of Education.

Students who are homeless and are provided protection under the McKinney-Vento Act shall be required to follow appropriate enrollment procedures as provided by federal law.

Annual Registration Requirements

Assignment of students to school shall be based on the residence of the student. Families shall provide proof of residency of students every year during registration and/or enrollment.  Acceptable documents to establish residency include any of the following:

  • Current New Mexico driver's license, New Mexico identification card, or other government issued photo ID showing an address;
  • A Deed, or Mortgage Payment dated within the past 60 days;
  • Property Tax Bill dated within the last year;
  • A current Lease or Section 8 Agreement;
  • A Utility Bill dated within the past 60 days;
  • Voter registration documentation from Bernalillo County with the address of the residence;
  • Military orders indicating the family lives on a local military base; or
  • A valid, district-approved transfer to the school outside the geographical boundary of the residence of the student.

Additional Residency Proof in Schools Exceeding Site Capacity

Albuquerque Public Schools may require additional documentation to establish and validate residency when any school exceeds site capacity, or in other circumstances identified by Albuquerque Public Schools or school administration.   In such circumstances, Albuquerque Public Schools may request more than one of the following documents to validate residence of the student:

  • Deed, Mortgage statement (current within 30 days), or Bernalillo County Property Tax Bill dated within the last year;
  • Executed lease/rental agreement with the name, address, and telephone number of the owner/lessee (current within 30 days);
  • Utility bill (current within 30 days);
  • New Mexico driver's license, New Mexico identification card, or other government issued photo ID with the address of the residence (current within 30 days);
  • Mail delivered by the United States Postal Service other than general mail addressed to occupant or resident with the address of the residence (current);
  • Correspondence addressed to the parent(s) from an office of a federal, state, or local county governmental agency (current);
  • Voter registration documentation from Bernalillo County with the address of the residence;
  • A current motor vehicle registration (tag receipt) with the address of the residence;
  • Military orders indicating the family lives on a local military base;
  • A valid, district-approved transfer to the school outside the geographical boundary of the residence of the student; or
  • Any other document(s) that, based on the professional judgment of the school administration, provides evidence of intent to remain at the location of legal residence within the geographic boundaries of the school.
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Published: 4/16/18




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Published: 4/14/18




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GBES PTA News

 

Thank you to all those who were able to participate and make the Walker's Popcorn fundraiser a success! We raised nearly $4,000 dollars to help our students!

 

Our monthly meetings are scheduled for the third Thursday of the month in the library at 6:15 pm. The next 2 dates are March 15th and April 19th. We will be serving pizza! As always, PTA is looking for fresh ideas and participants! Come by and find out more! We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Angelica, PTA President

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 3/8/18




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Dear GBES Families,

In light of the horrific school shooting in Florida, APS has received numerous calls and emails from concerned parents and guardians wanting to know what measures Albuquerque Public Schools takes to keep students and staff safe.

As Superintendent Reedy posted to APS.edu and social media sites and shared with employees, we have reviewed our school site safety plan which includes detailed instructions for a host of possible emergency situations including an active shooter on campus.

Here is some information we can share about how we address school safety:

  • Our school has a site safety plan that includes specific instructions
  • Active Shooter PD has been conducted with school staff.
  • We will practice a lockdown, shelter-in-place noted in our site-specific plans during the school year.
  • In all emergency scenarios, we remind our students and staff to be responsive and follow the directions of all public safety responders.
  • Fortunately for APS, we have our own Police Department that works closely with the Albuquerque Police Department and the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Any time a student or staff member sees a suspicious person on campus or encounters a person who is being disruptive, they are asked to contact APS police or administrator.
  • Visitors to our schools are expected to check in at the front office and wear a visitor’s badge while on campus.
  • We have security cameras at GBES
  • We take seriously every threat or rumor of a threat to students, staff or school.
  • Anyone who hears of a possible threat to a school is encouraged to contact a school administrator or police. The APS Police Department can be reached at 505-243-7712.

We all have a role to play in ensuring our schools continue to be a safe place for learning, and it is incumbent on all of us to be vigilant and supportive of one another. Remember, if you see or hear something, say something. You can contact APS School Police at 505-243-7712.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

3/8-9- Parent Teacher Conference

3/14- Pi Day

3/15-PTA Meeting 6:15 PM Library

3/16- Run for the Gold

3/26-30- Spring Break No school

3/6- Career Day @ GBES

4/12- Dr. Seuss Night 

4/16- PARCC Starts (3rd-5th)

4/19-20- Kinder Registration

4/20- Midterm Progress Reports

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Published: 3/8/18




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Indian Education Program

Students in third, fourth, and fifth grade Indian Ed classes have been reflecting on their personal values as part of career exploration activities. Some of the values include: helping people; helping make a better world; creating or inventing; artistic creativity; physical challenge; making lots of money; and having time for family/friends. After determining what is most important in their lives, they are considering possible related careers. Students have expressed interest in becoming artists, teachers, engineers, inventors, and chefs to name a few. In a recent field trip to SIPI (Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute), they got a taste for college study programs, including Culinary Arts and Pre Engineering/Robotics. Thank you to our wonderful chaperones and to the students and staff at SIPI for this enriching opportunity! Cari Kerkhoff, Indian Ed. Resource

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Published: 3/8/18




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It's as easy as signing up and logging in to ParentVUE.

ParentVue Online Registration

Attention Parents and Guardians!

We just made your life a little easier with Online Registration!

 

http://www.aps.edu/news/aps-launches-online-registration

  • Reduced paperwork
  • No more pastel-colored cards to fill out at the beginning of EVERY school year
  • No more redundancy.

Just a few steps to register your child for school:

    • Login to ParentVUE. Don't have a ParentVUE account? Get one now.
    • Update your child's information including address, phone number, email address and emergency contacts. What you'll need to register for school.
    • Have more than one child in school? All you need is one ParentVUE account to update all of their information.
    • You can update your information anytime by logging into ParentVUE.
    • At the beginning of each school year, we'll ask you to login to verify that the information we have on record is up-to-date.
    • Available in English and Spanish.

English Video: https://vimeo.com/140217764

 

Spanish Video: https://vimeo.com/140217949

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Published: 3/8/18




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3/15 & 4/19 in the GBES Library @ 6:15

 


 

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Published: 3/4/18




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Running Schedule:

  7:15- 8:15 -- Set up, including putting up decorations.

  8:30- 9:00 – 1st Grade

  9:10- 9:40 – 4th Grade

  10:00- 10:30 -- 2nd Grade

  10:40- 11:10 -– Kindergarten

  12:10- 12:40 -- 3rd Grade

  1:15- 1:45 -- 5th Grade (timed mile run)

***Special Education teachers please run with the grade you go to pull-outs with

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Published: 3/4/18




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Schools on a traditional calendar: June 20-July 25

 

What is the K3+ program?
K3+ is a 25-day summer program for students at high-need schools that emphasize literacy, math, art, music, science literacy and social skills. Students who take advantage of the 25 bonus instructional days have more time to devote to studies that can greatly benefit them in the years ahead. The program’s purpose is to help narrow the achievement gap between disadvantaged students and other students. It also aims to increase cognitive skills, help improve test scores and provide summer enrichment experiences.

Who is eligible?
All incoming kindergartners through third graders at 38 participating schools can sign up.

 

http://www.aps.edu/summer-programs/elementary-school-summer-programs

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Published: 3/4/18




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Thanks to everyone who attended our fun Family
Math Night!

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Visit our GBES Girl Scouts as they sell cookies in the community.

 

Dates and times attached

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Register at the school by March 22

Register online by April 3 @ www.runforthezoo.org

 

 

What is Run for the Zoo?
Run for the Zoo... and walk with us too!
A day of fun at the ABQ BioPark Zoo featuring
running & walking events for ALL ages & fitness
levels! Presented by Bank of America
& New Mexico BioPark Society.
When is Run for the Zoo?
Sunday, May 6, 2018
Event start times:
Half Marathon ................................... 7:00 am
10K Run.............................................. 8:00 am
5K Run - Wave Start by Pace............... 9:30 am
5K Fitness Run/Walk......................... 10:15 am
1 Mile Fun Run/Walk........................ 11:00 am
What do I receive?
Each registered participant receives a T-shirt, FREE
admission to the Zoo on Event Day, refreshments,
coupons & more!

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 2/26/18




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In light of the horrific school shooting in Florida, we have received numerous calls and emails from concerned parents and guardians wanting to know what measures Albuquerque Public Schools takes to keep its students and staff safe.

 

As Superintendent Reedy stated in a message posted to APS.edu and social media sites and shared with employees, we have asked all of our schools to review their site safety plans which include detailed instructions for a host of possible emergency situations including an active shooter on campus.

 

Here is some information we can share about how we address school safety:

  • Our school safety plans include site and school-specific instructions relevant to each individual school, depending on the design and layout of the building.
  • We require schools to practice lockdown, shelter-in-place and evacuation drills according to these site-specific plans during the school year.
  • In all emergency scenarios, we remind our students and staff to be responsive and follow the directions of all public safety responders.
  • Fortunately for APS, we have our own Police Department that works closely with the Albuquerque Police Department and the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office. We have police and security officers assigned to many of our schools, and we have field officers who respond to incidences at all others.
  • Any time a student or staff member sees a suspicious person on campus or encounters a person who is being disruptive, they are asked to contact a police or safety officer or administrator.
  • Visitors to our schools are expected to check in at the front office and wear a visitor’s badge while on campus.
  • We have security cameras in all of our schools.
  • We take seriously every threat or rumor of a threat to students, staff or school. We conduct immediate investigations and take necessary disciplinary action.
  • Anyone who hears of a possible threat to a school is encouraged to contact a school administrator or police. The APS Police Department can be reached at 505-243-7712.
  • We do not discuss disciplinary actions because we are required by law to protect the privacy of all students, including students who may have made threats. However, we can say that students who make threats face disciplinary action that could include suspension and/or expulsion.

We all have a role to play in ensuring our schools continue to be a safe place for learning, and it is incumbent on all of us to be vigilant and supportive of one another. Remember, if you see or hear something, say something. You can contact APS School Police at 505-243-7712.

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Published: 2/16/18




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Kids' Fishing Fair at Tingley Beach

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Published: 2/6/18




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Governor Bent Elementary School is thrilled to receive the $25,000 grant from Alliance Data to fund our Community Literacy Room. The initiative will provide literacy resources to enhance and target literacy skills with our 1st and 2nd grade students. We have partnered with our community and have 19 dedicated literacy volunteers who will read and write with a student once a week.

 

Jonathan Saiz, Ed.S.

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 2/4/18




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A complete calendar of 2018's events for both Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge and Friends of Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge!

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Published: 2/4/18




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Dear Families,

 

Please stop in the front office and pick up your FREE Explora Family Pass! Just provide your name and we will provide you with the card.

 

Enjoy!

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 1/31/18




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Dear GBES Families,

 

Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful time with your family during the winter break. We are excited to have the students back to the 2nd part of the school year.

 

Before the break, we applied for a highly competitive grant with the APS Educational Foundation for a Community Literacy Program. The grant will focus on literacy and bring in weekly volunteers to read with our 1st and 2nd-grade students. Last week, we were informed our grant proposal was selected and will receive $25,000!!!!!

 

We are doing some amazing things at Governor Bent, and I welcome you to be part of our work! If you would like to volunteer for the program, please stop in! At Governor Bent, we are committed to providing high-quality and student-centered instruction and always looking for ways to being in initiatives like to Community Literacy Program for our students.

 

Sincerely, Mr. Saiz

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WOW! We had a wonderful Family Science Night on 1/30/18. We had over 200 people in attendance!!!!!

 


 

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Exciting day @GovernorBent! Today, we received a $25,000 grant to start a Community Literacy Mentor Program for our 1st & 2nd Grade students! Thank you Alliance Data and APS Education Foundation!!!!

 




 

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As part of Governor Susana Martinez’s initiative to provide a reading book to each first grade student, Arbordale Publishing is making available for free, 140 eBooks to all New Mexico elementary students and their families through December 31, 2018

 

Your children or grandchildren will think they are playing but they are really learning. 140 fun-to-read picture books that subtly introduce science & math concepts in English and Spanish. When your children get excited about learning more, each book has activities in the back so you can answer their questions and help them learn more about the underlying subject.

  • Read-aloud with word highlighting and audio speed control
  • For Creative Minds educational section in the back of each book
  • Online Resources for each title: 20-40 pg Teaching Activities/3 Interactive Quizzes

 

Access Options:

1. Arbordale Portal:  www.arbordalepublishing.com

  • Country: United States
  • State: New Mexico
  • School: Governor Bent Elementary
  • Password: cougar

2. Access Link:       www.arbordalepublishing.com/passwordprotect.php?l=10787

 

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Indian Education Program

 

Students in Indian Ed classes are learning about the effect of mental/emotional states on brain development. Did you know that positive mental states like gratitude and optimism make our brains more receptive to learning? We’re starting the new year with a new tradition. We now begin our classes by telling one thing we’re grateful for and one thing we’re looking forward to. It’s a great way to connect as a group and get ready to learn together.

 

Speaking of gratitude, I want to thank the students and families who helped make the last two months so enriching and memorable. Thank you to all of our students and parents who shared morning announcements for Native American Heritage month, to Darrian and Mylan and Little Bear Necklace for an amazing Rock Your Mocs Day Powwow, to the parents who volunteered as chaperones for our 4th and 5th grade field trips to Petroglyph National Monument, and to all of our families for everything you do to support your children’s education! Wishing you all the best in 2018!

 

                                                                                                Cari Kerkhoff

                                                                                                Indian Ed. Resource Teacher

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Dec. 18-Jan. 1

Winter break (schools closed; administrative offices closed Dec. 22-Jan. 1)

Jan. 2

Professional development day for school staff (no school for students)
Jan. 3, 2018 First day of second semester
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Please join us for a festive holiday meal
Our annual holiday dinner with all the trimmings…
Roasted turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, seasoned mixed vegetables, cranberry sauce, dinner roll, cinnamon apples with whipped topping and
Where: Governor Bent ES -Cafeteria
Date/Time: November 17, 2017

 

Kinder-1st 10:00 - 10:50 am
2nd-3rd 11:05 - 11:50 am
4th-5th 12:05 - 12:50pm

 

Price: Adults: $5.00
Siblings: $3.70
APS Employee: $3.70
*Please plan ahead to arrange sib-lings from separate grade levels to
*Tickets will only be sold in the school cafeteria on the day of the event.
No bills larger than $20 - No Checks - Exact Change Preferred!-Thank you

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Dear GBES Families,

In October, we have had eight family events focused on academics, fitness & attendance and community engagement! This is my second year at Governor Bent and I have seen a significant increase in the of participation in our events! We are always looking for volunteers in our school! Please speak with your child’s teacher on ways you can help at our school!

November is time to reflect and be thankful! As I reflect, I am truly honored to be part of the Governor Bent Community! We have a dedicated staff who are fully committed to teach your child skills they will need for the 21st century and to foster their social-emotional development. I am also thankful for the larger community who support our work. We have developed 3 Join-a-School partnerships and are looking forward to our working together this year!  Most of all, I am thankful for the students! Our students are truly the heart of every decision I make at Governor Bent.

Sincerely, Mr. Saiz

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Get your FREE flu shots with Nate Gentry on December 2nd at 10am  at the Sandia HS Senior Parking Lot at the corner of Pennsylvania and Comanche.  Rep. Gentry has teamed up with Blue Cross Blue Shield and Davita Medical group to beat the flu this season.  Hope to see you there.
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 Rock Your Mocs

 

         At Governor Bent

 

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

 

Rock Your Mocs was founded by Jessica “Jaylyn” Atsye of Laguna Pueblo on November 15, 2011, as a way for Native American and Indigenous Peoples to stand together worldwide, while recognizing their Tribal individuality.

 

This cultural empowerment initiative is held annually during November which is also National Native American Heritage Month in the U.S.A. “It’s easy to participate by wearing moccasins to school, to work or wherever your day takes you. Or if a person doesn’t own mocs, can’t wear mocs, or perhaps their Tribe didn’t wear mocs, they may wear a Turquoise Awareness Ribbon instead.”*

 

We will be joining the celebration again this year at Governor Bent on Wednesday, November 15. Native American students will receive a Turquoise Awareness Ribbon as a gift. It will be theirs to wear if they wish and to keep. They may also participate by wearing their moccasins, Native clothing, T-shirts, jewelry, belts, etc. (with their family’s permission).

 

I am excited to announce that this year’s celebration will feature a powwow dance demonstration by award-winning student dancers Darrian and Mylan and their family. We will have powwow assemblies for all grade levels with an opportunity for all who wish to dance.

 

Feel free to contact me for more information about Rock Your Mocs Day at Governor Bent.

 

     — Cari Kerkhoff, Indian Education Resource Teacher

          (cari.kerkhoff@aps.edu)

 

*For more information about this worldwide movement, search for @RockYourMocs on Facebook.

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Dear Parents and Families:

 

Reading for pleasure unlocks the power of information and imagination and helps children discover who they are. Here’s what you can do to help children develop stronger reading skills and a love

for reading:

 

·     Set the example. Let children see you read.

·     Have a collection of books in your home. Update this collection routinely to keep up

with changing tastes and reading skills.

·     Support our school’s Book Fair. Allow your children to choose their own books

to read.

 

Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings the books kids want to read right into our school. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child’s reading habits.

Book Fair dates: November 13th-17th

Shopping hours: 7:40-3:00

 

If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our online Book Fair at http://www.scholastic.com/bf/governorbentelemsch

 

Our Online Fair is available from November 8th to November 21st.

 

We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Remember, all purchases benefit our school.

 

Also, if you are able to volunteer any time during the book, it would be GREATLY appreciated! Just come see me!

 

Sincerely,

Emily Arnold

Librarian

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Last month we started our Native American Studies classes for 1st through 5th grades. Students decorated hand prints to hang on our Tree of Life in the Indian Ed. classroom and learned about Native American Heritage Month. Indian Ed. students will be sharing their knowledge about diverse Native cultures on the Morning Announcements throughout this month. On November 15, we will be celebrating the seventh annual "Rock Your Mocs" Day at Governor Bent, and on November 28 at 6 pm, the APS Native American Leadership Council will present a FREE "Native American Storytelling" program at the UNM Continuing Education Center. Check out the Governor Bent website for more information about both events. Have a great month!
                                                           Cari Kerkhoff, Indian Education Resource Teacher
                                                           cari.kerkhoff@aps.ed
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A dozen volunteers helped clean our campus!

 

Thank you!

 

See you for the spring clean up

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We had over 100 volunteers at  our 6th Annual Mighty Pumpkin!

 

Thank you!!!!

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Homework Diner
First Nations Community HealthSource is partnering with UNM's Center for native American Health to bring tutoring services for your student K-12.
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Parade of Careers

 

Good evening Governor Bent Families. With our school wide focus on college and career readiness. On Thursday, October 26, our students are encouraged to dress as they would for a career that they would consider pursuing.  If the job has no specific type of dress, then students should make a poster to carry with their career choice labeled in large letters and pictures depicting what they would do in that field of work.  Please remind your child that cartoon characters and superheroes are not careers. No form of weapon, blood, mask or gore may be part of the dress. Clothing should be tasteful, modest, and appropriate for a school environment. Parents are invited to attend our Parade of Careers at 8:30 on the grass field! Have a wonderful evening!

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REMEMBER TO DRESS WARM!

 

With cooler weather drawing near, it is time to put away those

shorts and dig out the sweaters. As you are aware, New Mexico’s

weather changes frequently. Please dress your child for the weather. Dressing in layers is always a good idea so that children can adjust to the changing temperature accordingly.

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DO YOU HAVE NEW CONTACT INFORMATION?

 

If you or any of your emergency contacts have recently changed numbers, addresses, or email accounts, please make sure that you have notified the school office. You must come to the office in person and show an ID before changes can be made. We will not accept changes over the phone. This is for student safety. It is extremely important this information is kept up to date so that we can reach you in the event of an emergency or your child becomes ill at school.

 

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Hours of Supervision

School hours are from 7:53-2:00. For student safety, please do not drop off your student prior to 7:40. Before school supervision is provided from 7:40-7:53 on the playground. Students arriving after 7:53should check in with a parent or guardian to the office before going to class.

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Mighty Milers

 

The running program formerly known as the Mighty Milers has a new name.  This year, we are proud to introduce Rising New York Road Runners, an evolved youth program that is based on a growing body of research in the world of sports.  It is centered on two key concepts:  physical literacy and long-term athlete development (LTAD).  Rising New Yok Road Runners provides a wide range of activities for all ages and abilities to build developmentally appropriate skills as kids move from pre-K through high school.  With its emphasis on goal setting, perseverance and teamwork, Rising New York Road Runners is much more than a running program.  It helps kids discover strengths that extend beyond running, and instills the confidence and motivation to stay active and healthy for life. 

 

Visit their website: http://www.nyrr.org/youth-and-schools/running-start

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Children’s Books that Promote Fitness

1. Elephants Cannot DanceWatch me Throw the Ball by Mo Willems

2. Curious George Rides a BikeCurious George Goes Fishing, Curious George at the Baseball Game by H. A. Rey

3. Angelina Ballerina Ice Skates by Katharine Holabird

4. Clifford’s Field Day by Norma Bridwell

5. Dora Plays Sports by Alison Inches

6. Jake and the Never Land Pirates Surfin’ Turf by Melinda LaRose

7. Babar’s Yoga for Elephants by Laurent de Brunhoff

8. The Berenstain Bears Go Out for the Team by Stan and Jan Berenstain

9. Learning to Ski with Mr. Magee by Chris Van Dusen

10. Maisy Learns to Swim by Lucy Cousins

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Fun Facts about Health and Physical Fitness

  • Exercise helps your brain to function better.
  • Exercise gives you energy.
  • Exercise can be fun especially if you do different activities every day.
  • Exercise builds stronger muscles and helps to boost performance.
  • Exercise helps to decrease stress.
  • Exercise helps to prevent some diseases.
  • Exercise allows you to eat more because of the calories you are burning.
  • Exercise strengthens the heart.
  • Exercise can become a part of your daily routine.
  • Exercise makes you feel better.

https://kidskonnect.com/health/physical-fitness/

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Indian Education Program

Dear Native American Students and Families,

I'm excited to announce that our Native American Studies classes will begin in October for first through fifth grades. These cultural enrichment classes are open to all Native American students who have a 506 form and/or CIB on file with the APS Indian Education Department. We are always looking for volunteers who would like to share their cultural knowledge with students in these classes. Please let me know if you would like to participate. Feel free to contact me for more information about our classes or district programs for Native American students.

Cari Kerkhoff, Indian Education Resource Teacher

cari.kerkhoff@aps.edu

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Welcome to the Mac Lab! I’m Ms. McLeod, and I have taught technology classes to all the students at Governor Bent for the past 7 years. I love watching the students grow over the years in their technology skills and use, and just as kids. Here's what's happening now in the Mac Lab with the different grades:

 

Kindergarten: The students are practicing using the mouse and keyboard with various websites. They have learned how to double click; click and drag; use the volume keys; and find letters on the keyboard. They are also working on their ABCs using Starfall
ABCs.

 

First and Second Grade: The students have been practicing logging in to their computers with their own username and password. It's the first time for the first graders, so it takes a few weeks to learn. I think they all finally have the hang of it! The
students are using a website called Teach Your Monster to Read to reinforce their reading skills in the classroom.

 

Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade: The students are working on learning how to be responsible digital citizens using a website called Digital Passport. They are learning about cyber bullying; using devices respectfully; online privacy and safety; how to
search successfully; and how to cite websites and follow copyright laws. We will wrap up this unit in the next few weeks and move on to keyboarding practice. Be sure to check out our website at govenorbent.aps.edu for information about the school and links to educational websites for your kids.

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Go to gaschoolstore.com

 

School Code: 3530706

 

Money and forms due: October 9, 2017

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Albuquerque Aloft is coming very soon; this event will launch the opening of the 2017 Balloon Fiesta.  We will launch balloons from Governor Bent Elementary School on Friday, October 6 between 7:00am and 7:30am, weather permitting.   This event brings the excitement of ballooning to the community and is an opportunity to educate children about hot air ballooning. 

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Schedule:

 

K  8:30 to 9:00

5Th 8:30 to 9;00

1st  9:15 to 9:45

4th 9:15 to 9:45

2nd 10:00 to 10:30

3rd  10:00 to 10:30

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Many of our youngest students miss 10 percent of the school year—about 18 days a year or just two days every month. Chronic absenteeism in kindergarten, and even pre-K, can predict lower test scores, poor attendance and retention in later grades, especially if the problem persists for more than a year. Do you know how many young children are chronically absent in your school or community?

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Governor Bent Families,

 

On August 21st there will be a Solar Eclipse and we have taken measures to support our students during the school day. During the eclipse we will hold recess in our gym and or classrooms.

 

We are aware of the Navajo cultural traditions for reverence and respect during an eclipse. We are prepared to make special accommodations for families that want their child to observe their traditions during the eclipse.

 

Please contact the office if you have additional questions.

 

Have a wonderful evening!

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Dear Families,

 

It is with great enthusiasm to welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year! The dedicated staff at Governor Bent Elementary School attended many professional developments to prepare for a magnificent school year! Our 2017-18 school-wide focus will be college and career readiness. You will see that each classroom is a different college or university and our cafeteria has over 75 higher education institutions represented. I believe preparing students for college or career begins in elementary school. 

 

As partners, we share the responsibility for our children’s success and want you to know that we will do our very best to carry out our responsibilities. We ask that you guide and support your child’s learning by ensuring that your student:

 

1) Attends school every day, arriving on time and staying until dismissal.

2) Have Cougar Cool behavior: ROAR. (Respect, On-task, Awesome Attitude, Responsibility)

3) Completes all homework assignments and read nightly for 20 minutes.

4) Knows that you expect him/her to succeed in school and go on to college.

 

I welcome the opportunity to meet with every member of the community and further discuss how we can apply our strengths and talents to the progress of Governor Bent Elementary School and develop college and career ready structures that support 21st century learning.

 

Sincerely,

 

Jonathan Saiz, Ed.S.

Governor Bent Elementary School

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Indian Education Program

Dear Native American Students and Families,

Welcome to an exciting new year at Governor Bent!

I hope you’ll come visit our Indian Ed. classroom, P31, during our Open House on September 6th. Come add your handprint to our “Tree of Life” and learn more about Indian Education Programs and Services.

Feel free to contact me any time. I look forward to working with you again this year.

Cari Kerkhoff, Indian Education Resource Teacher

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Dear Parents and Families,

 

Welcome to the library! My name is Mrs. Arnold and I am thrilled to be the new librarian at Governor Bent.


Goals of the Library/Media Program

In the library, students develop informational literacy skills. In addition to checking out books, they attend library classes in which they focus on the following goals:

Developing a love of literature

How to access library resources (books, digital media, etc.)

How to evaluate library resources

How to use library resources

How to understand library resources

 

Library Class

Students attend library classes once a week. You are also welcome to visit the library and to check out books! I will be available to help you from 2:00-2:15 every day.

 Book Selection

We teach the students how to find and use appropriate library resources. One strategy is to teach students how to select “just right” books books that are neither too easy nor too difficult, but rather at just the right reading level so students enjoy reading without frustration. 

Book Care

We also teach students how to care for library resources responsibly.  We encourage them to

Return or renew their books on time

Keep library books in a special place so they can easily find them

Protect library books from damage by food and liquids, animals, and younger children.

 

Volunteers

There’s something for everyone to do in our library, from a one-time commitment to a regular weekly library shift. Please let me know if you would like to volunteer in our library.

 

Feel free to contact me with any questions. I’m looking forward to a great year!

Emily Arnold

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Jonathan Saiz, Ed.S

Principal

 

 

August 14, 2017

 

 

Dear Families,

 

As you may know, Albuquerque will be experiencing a solar eclipse on Monday, August 21 from approximately 10:21 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Teachers and staff here at Governor Bent are aware of Navajo cultural traditions for showing reverence and respect during such times. We are prepared to make special accommodations for families who want their child to observe their traditions during the eclipse on Monday.

 

Please complete the attached permission form and return it to your child’s teacher if you want special accommodations. Participating students will be provided with an early lunch before the eclipse begins and will then sit quietly with our Indian Education Teacher, Ms. Kerkhoff, in her classroom until the eclipse is over.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Jonathan Saiz, Ed.S.

Governor Bent Elementary School

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Good Evening Governor Bent Families. Welcome to the 2017 2018 school year. We will hold our student registration on August 3rd and 4th from 8 am to 3 pm in our cafeteria.  

Returning students will need to bring 2 forms of proof of residency, any updated personal or legal documents the school might need, such as, updated shot records, court documents and any new emergency contacts.

Any new students will need to bring 2 forms of proof of residency, a birth certificate, shot records and any personal or legal documents. Please visit our website at www.governorbent.aps.edu for up to date information.

 

We are excited to a wonderful school year.

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The New Mexico Immunization Coalition is hosting shot clinics for students July 29-Aug. 12.

 

Immunizations protect children from serious illness. Studies show they are safe and effective in helping children stay healthy. The protection of vaccines far outweighs the small risk of serious complications. Most childhood vaccines are more than 90 percent effective in preventing disease. Contact your child's healthcare provider to discuss possible side effects of certain vaccines.

Vaccines can be obtained through your child's healthcare provider or through a New Mexico Department of Health Public Health office. Check with your school's health office staff if you have questions about required immunizations for school attendance.

NM Immunization Requirement for School Attendance

In an effort to make sure all students are up-topdate on their immunizations, the New Mexico Immunization Coalition is hosting Got Shots from July 29-Aug. 12. Participating providers open their doors to all children, regardless whether they are patients or have insurance. Those who do have insurance are asked to bring their insurance cards as well as shot records.

List of Got Shots Clinics

New Mexico law allows for two types of exemptions for children seeking exemption from required immunizations to enter school. These two exemptions are medical or religious. Parents must submit an approved Certificate of Exemption Form in order to register their child without proof of current vaccinations.

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Albuquerque Public Schools

Board of Education Meeting

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 5:00 PM

 

Three GBES volunteers received recognition at the APS BOE meeting as the APS 2017 Volunteers of Year. 

 

Lynn Scott, Timothy Mondloch, and Chris Frazier as 2017 Outstanding Volunteers

 



 

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We have installed 6 new benches and 5 new trash cans around our campus!

 

Another way we are making our campus a better place to learn!

 

 


 

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2016-2017 Quality of Education Parent Survey

 

                            

5 Areas of Strength

 

The table below shows five questions that received the most favorable ratings from the parents. Favorable rating represents the aggregation of Strongly Agree and Agree responses.

 

Question Favorable Rating
11 As a parent I am welcome at my child's school. 97.0%
1 My child is safe at school. 95.7%
8 My child’s teacher provides sufficient and appropriate information regarding my child’s academic progress.  95.2%
15 My child receives a well-rounded education. 94.4%
3 My child’s school holds high expectations for academic achievement. 94.2%

 

5 Areas Requiring Attention


The table below shows five questions that received the least favorable ratings from the parents. Favorable rating represents the aggregation of Strongly Agree and Agree responses.

 

Question Favorable Rating
14 The amount of testing in which my student participates is appropriate. 75.7%
7 My child has an adequate choice of school sponsored extracurricular activities. 81.2%
5 The school offers adequate access to up-to-date computer and technologies. 89.0%
6 School staff maintains consistent discipline which is conducive to learning. 90.1%
12 APS provides opportunity for meaningful parent involvement/engagement in schools. 90.7%

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It takes a village to raise a child.”

                                  -African proverb

 

 

Governor Bent Community, 

 

As we end the 2016-17 school year, I am amazed at how much we have grown as a school and community! We have opened our doors and welcomed our families and community. We have held over fifteen family events ranging from the opportunity to “Run for the Gold “ to viewing stars that are light years away!

 

We have reached out to the community and held multiple family events at local establishments. We developed many partnerships with community organizations to support our students and families. We partnered with local high school and middle school students to mentor our students. We had over eight after school clubs that have enriched the minds of the next Albert Einstein, Georgia O'Keeffe or Pablo Picasso.

 

This year we grew the minds and hearts of our students, families, and staff. Today I can say with pride, that Governor Bent Elementary School is on the road to developing strong college and career structures that support 21st-century learning.

 

Go Cougars!

 

Sincerely,

Jonathan Saiz, Ed.S

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Kindergarten

      1st Grade

2nd Grade

(1) composition notebook

(1) paper folders w/brads

(2) boxes of 24 crayons*

(1) standard size pencil box

(3) packages  “My First” Ticonderoga pencils (4 pencils)

(1) large pink eraser

(2) 4 oz. Elmers white glue

(1) package FAT markers*

(1) package of 24 colored pencils*

(1) watercolor paint set*

(1) package dry erase markers

(1) container disinfecting wipes

(1) container liquid hand soap

(1) bottle hand sanitizer

(2) rolls of paper towels

(1) box Kleenex

(1) backpack (large enough to hold folder)

 

* CRAYOLA BRAND *(Classic Colors)

PREFERRED-PLEASE!!!!

(1) backpack

(1) pencil box

(1) Fiskar scissors

(1) roll of paper towel

(1) pkg. of broad-line Crayola markers

(1) 4 oz. Elmer’s white school glue

(1) pkg. of 24 ct. Crayola colored pencils

(3) RED “poly plastic” pocket folder w/brads

(2) boxes of 24 ct. Crayola crayons

(2) wide-ruled spiral notebooks

(2) pkgs. Of fine tip EXPO dry erase markers

(3) boxes of Kleenex

(3) containers of Clorox wipes

(18) Elmer’s glue sticks

(36) #2 Ticonderoga pencils

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(Wish List)

Boys: hand sanitizer, Ziplock              sandwich bags

Girls: hand soap, Ziplock gallon bags

(1) Backpack

(3) Composition books

(3) Spiral Notebooks

(96) #2 pencils

(1) Fiskars pointed scissors

(1) Box of 24 crayons

(10) Glue sticks

(1) Pack Water based Markers

(1) Pink Eraser

(5) SOLID color pocket folders w/brads

(4) Containers of Disinfectant Wipes

(1) Hand Sanitizer

(1) Box 12 Colored Pencils

(3) Boxes Kleenex

(2) Rolls of Paper Towels

(1) Hand Pencil Sharpener

(1) Pencil Supply Box (5x8)

(1) Pack Dry Erase Marker

(1) Ziplock sandwich bags

 

 

 

 

 

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

(50) #2 wood pencils

 (4) pink or white erasers

(12) glue sticks

(1) box colored pencils (24 pack)

(1) box of crayons (24 pack)

 (1) box markers (fine tip)

(1) Fiskars scissors(pointed)

(1) 12” ruler

(4) wide ruled spirals

(2) compostion books

(2) pack wide-ruled paper

(5) pocket folders w/brads

(1) 2 inch 3-ring binder

(1) 8 count pack of dividers

(2) rolls of paper towels

(4) boxes of tissues

(1) backpack

(3) Clorox/Lysol Wipes

(4) black dry erase markers

(1) hand soap

*Last name beginning with:

A – M:Quart size bags (zipper)

N– Z:Gallon size bags(zipper)

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Wish list will be sent home from individual teachers.

(1) backpack

(1) pencil box

(3) plain pocket folders

(3) composition notebooks

(1) box 24 colored pencils

(50) #2 pencils or more!

(2) pink pencil erasers

(2) pointed scissors

(1) 12” clear ruler (inches and centimeters)

(8) glue sticks

(1) small pencil sharpener

(3) large boxes facial tissue

(1) roll of paper towels

(1) Clorox Wipes

(1) 4pk. dry erase markers

*Last name beginning with:

A – G: sandwich baggies

H – N: hand sanitizer

O – Z: hand soap

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(Wish List)

  • (1) pkg white copy paper
  • (1) pkg wide ruled notebook paper
  • Boxes of Markers
  • Post-It Notes

 

(2) boxes 24 count colored pencils

(2) package markers

(1) 1 inch white binder

(2) black sharpies

(50) #2 sharpened pencils

(1) hand held pencil sharpener

(3) plain colored folders

(2) pairs student scissors

(6) glue sticks

(4) composition notebooks

(2) pks college ruled notebook paper

(3) 4 pk dry-erase markers

(2) large boxes Kleenex

(3) highlighters

(3) rolls paper towels

(1) box sandwich Ziplock bags

(1) bottle hand soap

(1) roll scotch tape

(1) pkge of red pens

(2) Clorox wipes

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Wish List

Post it notes

Pencil box or pouch optional

*NO MECHANICAL PENCILS

 

 

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 5/31/17




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Story Time in the Park 2017 Program Locations

 

Story Time in the Park at 25 city and county parks in conjunction with the summer lunch program.

 

Quadrant

Park /Location

NE

Bel Air/Miramontes             3910 Phoenix NE  Bel Air

NE

Chelwood Park                                     13205 San Juan NE

NE

Hawthorne Park                     420 General Somervell NE

NE

Mesa Verde Park                                 7901 Marquette NE

NE

Montgomery Park       5510 Ponderosa NE & San Mateo 

will serve lunch at 11:30.  Teachers will probably be there from 11-12:30 .

NW

Alameda Spray Park                                        9800 4th NW

NW

Cochiti Park                                           3100 San Isidro NW

NW

Goodrich Park                               200 Delamar NW & 2nd

NW

La Ladera Park                           211 Los Ranchos Rd NW

NW

Lavaland Park                                                   319 64th NW

NW

Tiguex Park                              1800 Mountain NW & 18th

SE

Mountain View Community Center     201 Prosperity Ave SE

SE

South Broadway Park             263 Garfield SE & John St.

SE

Trumbull Children’s Park                    8201 Trumbull SE

SE

Wilson Park                                             6000 Anderson SE

SW

Alamosa Park                                              1100 Bataan SW

SW

Atrisco Park                                             211 Atrisco Dr SW

SW

Los Padillas Aquatic Center     2141 Los Padillas Rd SW

SW

South Valley Pool                                    3912 Isleta Rd SW

SW

Shadyside Park                                    2920 Islets Blvd. SW

SW

Tapia Meadows Park                                      1121 Goff SW

SW

Tom Tenorio Park                              2900 Arenal Rd. SW

SW

Tower Pond Park Location 1                86th & Tower SW

SW

Tower Pond Park Location 2                86th & Tower SW

SW

Valle del Bosque Park                          480 Sunset Rd. SW

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 5/23/17




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Aug. 14, 2017

First day of school

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Published: 5/19/17




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New carpet and paint!
 

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Published: 5/19/17




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Summer Food Service Program Information
The City of Albuquerque will once again be sponsoring the FREE Summer Food Program for Children ages 1-18.  This USDA program is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 
 
Location:
Governor Bent Montgomery Park-­San Mateo & Ponderosa NE-­June 5
Aztec Village Apartments-­ 4321 Montgomery Blvd. NE-­June 5
 
 
 
For further information, please call 767-5811.
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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 5/19/17




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Governor Bent Elementary School

2017-18 Pre-Registration

 

Come by the office this week 5/15-5/19 to get registration paperwork done early!

 

Fill out your Pre-Printed Enrollment Packet now

and check/update info later at registration while providing 2 forms of proof of residency.

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 5/16/17




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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group information for May
 
There are have five different groups meeting in the Albuquerque area at different times and locations. There is no registration or need to RSVP. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: Melinda Shultz, Program Manager, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren at 505-243-2551
 
Wednesday May 10th
 
9:30-11:00
 
Chaparral Elementary School Parent Room
 
6325 Milne Rd. NW
 
Open to all
 
Friday May 12th
 
12:00-1:30
 
Outcomes office
 
1503 University Blve. NE
 
Focus on grandparents of teens and pre-teens
 
Childcare upon request
 
Monday May 15th
 
6:00-7:30
 
West Side Community Center
 
1250 Isleta Blvd. SW
 
Childcare provided
 
Tuesday May 16th
 
6:30-7:30
 
Paradise Hills community Center (West Side) near Rio Rancho
 
5901 Paradise Hills NW
 
Open to All
 
Childcare provided
 
Saturday May 20th
 
10-11:30
 
Outcomes office
 
1503 University Blvd
 
Childcare provided
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Published: 5/13/17




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Promotion Ceremony will take place Wednesday, May 24th from 9:00am-10:30am in the GBES cafeteria. We will have the ceremony at 9:00 followed by a cake reception.

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Published: 5/13/17




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Good evening Governor Bent Families. Get in the Action Day will be on Tuesday, May 16th. This will be a whole day filled with fitness and fun activities such as: mile run, park activities, inflatable obstacle courses, circuit training, and games for the students. Parents you are welcome to join us and help out in many different ways. If you are interested in volunteering and have a background check please let your classroom teacher know and give them your information by Monday. Students should be dressed appropriately for may outdoor weather, and should wear a Governor Bent or Mighty Milers t-shirt. Have a wonderful evening!

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Published: 5/12/17




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Published: 5/7/17




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May 25 Last day of school

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Published: 5/1/17




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DISMISSAL SCHEDULE FOR LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
Thursday, May 25th, 2017

 

Governor Bent Elementary School Will Dismiss At 11:00 AM
BREAKFAST will be served. LUNCH WILL NOT be served.

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Published: 4/27/17




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MEMO

 

TO:  K3+ Sites, Parents and Guardians

FROM:  Jami Jacobson, Director, APS Elementary Curriculum and Instruction

DATE:   April 21, 2017

RE:  K3+ Budget Cuts   

                    

The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) has notified our district that several of our summer K3+ sites have been cut due to budget issues at the State level. 

 

As a result of these cuts, your child’s school:  Governor Bent Elementary School  

 

WILL NOT hold a K3+ Summer program this summer.

We realize that many of you count on the K3+ program for your children and may already be making summer scheduling and day care plans around K3+ schedules.  We wanted you to know as soon as possible for this reason.

 

These NMPED cuts to K3+ are not something APS can control.  If you have questions, please talk to your building principal or contact the APS Service Center at 855-9040.

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Published: 4/26/17




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Please see attached flyer

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Published: 4/24/17




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School Family Fundraiser

Mother's Day Photo Special

 

See attached!

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Published: 4/21/17




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Making progress on the playground shade structures!

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Published: 4/19/17




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Governor Bent 2016-17

 

Deadline to Order Presale: 4/19/17 (extended one day)

Presale Price $17.00 cash (after deadline price will be $22.00)

No Check-Cash Only

 

Order Online: www.treering.com/validate

School Code: 1014401021641302

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Posted by: Jonathan Saiz
Published: 4/17/17




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Bring them to the school and drop them off in the front office. It's a great way for us to get supplies for the school!

 


 

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Posted by: Brian Beeler
Published: 2/1/17