Two Hagerman FFA members recently learned of their approval for the NM FFA State Degrees. Juniors Wyatt Armstrong and Alik Clark will be raised to the NM FFA State Farmer Degree during the virtual 92nd Annual State FFA Convention in June. A State Degree is earned when a student earns…
Senior Victor Quintor was inducted into Hagerman High School’s National Honor Society Friday, May 8th. The ceremony was hosted via Zoom. In case you missed it, we recorded it for you (https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/_vVLKp3y62JLSJ3Vt1uCa48hLtymT6a81ilP-KAPmkvhMa3Qpm87tupQq5TptnKw).
We wanted to thank everyone for making the best use of virtual learning at Hagerman Middle and High School during the end of the school year. Parents, students and staff have had to make many changes to their lives. We hope that even though all of us are not physically…
Starting May 8th the cafeteria will continue to serve breakfast and lunch from 10:00a.m. – 11:00a.m. Monday through Thursday with Friday off. On Thursday we will provide double servings for Breakfast and Lunch to cover meals for Friday. No meals will be served on Friday. Thank you.
Dear BCA families, We are open. Kids still get sick and babies need check ups and vaccines. We will schedule your visit to keep everyone safe. We can talk on the phone, over the internet, or in the office. Call us if you need us, we are here for you. Call our office to make an appointment at (575) 622-2606
Estimadas familias de BCA: Estamos abiertos. Los niños aún se enferman y los bebés necesitan chequeos y vacunas. Programaremos su visita para mantener a todos a salvo. Podemos hablar por teléfono, por internet o en la oficina. Llámenos si nos necesita, estamos aquí para ayudarlo. Llame a nuestra oficina para hacer una cita al (575) 622-2606
The April School Board meeting will be held Monday, April 20 at 6:00pm via Zoom. If you would like to attend remotely or participate in public comment, please contact the Central Office at 575.752.3254 by 3:00pm Monday for connection information.
A big thank you to parents, students, teachers and staff who have all been working together to help make the remainder of the school year successful. At this time we have reached 97% of families. If you have any questions regarding plan specifics like the how, when and where, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s building secretary or teacher. And during this time if there is anything we can do to help, please let us know.
Below are some great tools from Prepared Parents. We hope these, and their other resources (https://preparedforsuccess.org/covid19/) might help to make learning at home a bit better and less stressful.
🧰 Tool: How to start and end every day with a ritual
A Check-In is a morning touchpoint to recognize feelings and get grounded for the day. A Check-Out is an end-of-day touchpoint to share gratitude and takeaways. Download this tool to make check-in / check-out a part of your daily routine.
🧰 Tool: How to help your kid set and achieve goals
Goal-setting is an essential skill that helps kids find purpose and contribute to the world around them. Help your kid set and achieve goals with the Self-Directed Learning Cycle, whether those goals be around homework, passion projects, or individual responsibilities. Download this tool to transform micro-management into self-direction.
🧰 Tool: How to create real-world projects at home
Real-world projects are activities that engage your kids in hands-on experiences. Learn how to create real-world projects at home to help your kids develop new skills and habits, retain learning longer, and follow their innate curiosity. Download this tool to turn anything into a project, from schoolwork to family trip planning to chores.