Hello Tiger Community, our calendar for the 2022-2023 School Year can be found here: https://5il.co/1as2h
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!
Great News! Our Partners with Curative will be available starting tomorrow April 27, 2022 to provide COVID testing at PAES for students or staff participating in Test-to-stay or weekly testing. Parents, to sign your student up simply scan the QR code in the link below and complete the sign up.
Donations for Teacher Appreciation Week - see the image for more details
Hello Tiger Community,
Due to current weather conditions the AMSD will shift to a remote learning day today March 10, 2022.
Spring School Pictures are ready for viewing and purchasing.
-Click on Park Spring 2022
-Enter Student ID
If you need your child's Student ID number, please call Park Ave Elementary School Office (505-334-9469)
Join us on Tuesday, 2-22-22 for Twin Day!
There will be no curbside meals today due to inclement weather.
Update: While the snow has subsided, the roads in many areas of the AMSD have substantial ice making travel unsafe for students and staff who may need to travel to complete remote learning. As a result, AMSD will be cancelling all virtual classes today, Wednesday, February 2, 2022. Please Enjoy the snow!
Due to unsafe travel conditions AMSD will shift to remote learning today, Wednesday, Feb. 2
On 1/24/2022 we will kick-off this year's Kids Heart Challenge Road Trip! Students will learn how and why they need to take care of their hearts and have the opportunity to help others by raising awareness and funds for the American Heart Association. Click on the link for a Sneak Peek of the program! https://youtu.be/NTb0YzyEkAc
Today, we were notified that there was a potential threat at the Aztec museum. We went to a preventative shelter -in-place at Aztec High School and Park Avenue Elementary School. We were notified at approximately 2:05 that the threat was abated and the shelter-in-place was lifted. Police have continued to stay in close proximity to the school and doing a close patrol as a precaution.
Earlier today the NMPED released and updated COVID-19 Toolkit for schools to follow. One of the most significant changes in the new toolkit is a change in quarantine time for students.
Please see the attached Information and Q and A document here: https://5il.co/148b5
Good morning tiger community.
All schools in the AMSD are closed today 12/15/2021 due to weather.
Please enjoy the snow!
Check out this flyer for our Holiday Spirit Week activities - December 13th through 17th
Earn Tiger Bucks for good behavior at Park Avenue. Spend Tiger Bucks on Wednesdays during lunch recess. See the attached poster for more details.
Please see the message below from the NM Public Education Department and NM Department of Health:
The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) and the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) are aware that certain individuals are not letting schools know when they test positive for COVID-19, and that individuals are coming to school after testing positive. This includes staff and parents visiting the school or sending their students to school after testing positive.
Please be aware that individuals refusing to self-isolate, or refusing to self-isolate their children, following a positive COVID-19 test put the health and safety of others at serious risk. Any such action will be referred to NMDOH and the New Mexico Attorney General for investigation and possible civil and criminal enforcement. Individuals who violate the Public Health Orders or Public Health Act may be subject to a fine of up to $5,000 per violation and up to six (6) months in jail.
Please help ensure the health and safety of our students and staff by reporting a refusal to following self-isolation public health orders, by contacting NMDOH at 1-833-551-0518 or by submitting your concern here: https://nmgov.force.com/pedincidentreport/s/
Please see the attached message from Chartwells, our food service partners.
Children are going to hospitals at an increased rate due to rising COVID-19 transmission from the Delta variant, especially in communities with low vaccination rates. Below is a flyer from the NM DOH containing useful information for parents on steps to keep their student safe.
Additionally, the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has information that can be found here on steps you can take to keep your child safe: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/parent-faqs.html