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 ewheeler@sfps.k12.nm.us.
about 2 months ago, Cody Dynarski
Nina Otero CS is having an Arts and Crafts Fair this Saturday, Dec. 3rd at the school! Come support the Community School and get some original gifts for the holidays! Please see the attached flyer for more information! We will see you there!
about 2 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
Nina Otero Arts and Crafts Fair 2022 flyer
2nd Graders at Nina Otero CS created their own Balloon Designs which were photographed on a green screen and edited by the 8th Grade Media students to recreate the Macy's Day Parade as their background! Media Teacher Mr. Carreon said this is what Community Schools are all about!
2 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
Child creating a balloon design
Child admiring her balloon design
Teacher assisting with child's balloon design
Child showing off her balloon creation
The new Santa Fe Public Schools Weekly Bulletin is here! Check it out: https://conta.cc/3Xa2hut
2 months ago, Cody Dynarski
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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
3 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
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Here is this week's SFPS Bulletin - please enjoy and follow the link: https://conta.cc/3sXaB2P
3 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
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The 2023-2024 Transfer Lottery is now OPEN! Please visit https://bit.ly/2023TransferLottery to complete an application!
3 months ago, Cody Dynarski
Wooden blocks that spell out Lottery
The new SFPS Bulletin has arrived for Oct. 28th, 2022. Please follow this link: https://conta.cc/3WaIlXH
3 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
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The new SFPS Bulletin has arrived for Oct. 21st, 2022. Please follow this link: https://conta.cc/3SmD8Ja
3 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
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The new SFPS Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/3SZxKNg
3 months ago, Cody Dynarski
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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
4 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools District Office
Bleachers staggered at high school stadium
The new SFPS Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/3SP8Ik2
4 months ago, Cody Dynarski
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SFPS presents Walk & Roll to School Week beginning October 11, 2022! Please see the flyer below for participating schools and times!
4 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
Flyer for Walk and Roll to School Week
The new SFPS Bulletin is here: https://conta.cc/3SptLcw
4 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
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
4 months ago, Cody Dynarski
Paqui One Chip Challenge Packaging
Students from Nina Otero Community School presented information to the NM History Museum, U.S. Mint, and Smithsonian Panel last Saturday regarding the American Women Quarters Program! We thank them for their story honoring Nina Otero-Warren featured on our State's quarter!
4 months ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
Nina Otero CS representatives at panel
Children presenting at informational panel.
The new SFPS Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/3dkOcYR
4 months ago, Cody Dynarski
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Members from the New Mexico History Museum, Smithsonian, U.S. Mint, National Women's History Museum and the Nina Otero estate held a special assembly to honor the release of the Nina Otero-Warren quarter! The best part? Every student, teacher and staff at Nina will get one!
4 months ago, Cody Dynarski
Nina Otero student holding up coinboard
Noon Duty Needed. Santa Fe Public Schools is looking for Noon Duty support! Part-time, paid position that offers a great opportunity to support your neighborhood school! Both lunch duty and playground duty are available! To apply, visit https://bit.ly/SFPSNoonDuty
5 months ago, Cody Dynarski
Noon Duty Needed flyer
The SFPS Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/3QvlmDv
5 months ago, Cody Dynarski
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