REMINDER: Schools and district offices will be CLOSED on Monday, September 25th for the Autumnal Holiday.
The September 15th Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/44WhqCc
Need a tutor? The HELP U Hotline is starting back up! From 4 - 6 PM, Monday - Thursday, tutors are available to help in Math, Science, English and History! Ongoing tutoring sessions, assignment completion and homework help is available at 505-467-HOME(4663)!
The newest SFPS Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/3RdFCwI
*It's-a me, Mario!* Join us on Friday, September 22nd at Aspen Community School for our FREE Movie Night, featuring The Super Mario Bros. Movie! Doors open at 5:30 PM and the movie starts at 6:30 PM! Make sure to bring a blanket or lawn chairs! Drinks and snacks will be available! We are also holding a costume contest for the best DIY Super Mario Bros. character! We will provide the mustaches! We hope to see you there!
The newest SFPS Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/4816RjR
The newest SFPS Weekly Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/3sxywsm
Santa Fe Public Schools Board of Education will hold a Special Meeting on August 28, 2023 at 5:30 PM to discuss the Fiesta Court - SFPS site visits. The agenda will be posted at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting on our website at www.sfps.info.
Last Friday, we held our first district-wide Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Day! While the Office of Student Wellness has been focusing on SEL for years, these efforts increased since the pandemic. SEL Day was an initiative that began last winter at Capital High School in collaboration with Communities in Schools. Students participated in a variety of activities across the district, such as yoga, gardening, scribbling and art, movement and dance, and much more! These activities help students and staff develop healthy identities, manage emotions, feel and show empathy and make responsible and caring decisions. SEL builds social and emotional skills that increase student engagement and has been proven to improve academic performance. Participating in SEL programs has been linked to decreased emotional stress, better relationships with teachers and stronger feelings of belonging and inclusiveness in schools. You can read more about SEL Day from The New Mexican: https://www.santafenewmexican.com/news/education/santa-fe-public-school-district-hosts-first-ever-districtwide-social-emotional-learning-day/article_5d7b3960-3874-11ee-aee4-7bc93345e577.html
The first SFPS Weekly Bulletin of the year is here! https://conta.cc/3KNbrYW
THANK YOU to everyone who came out and waited in line for our School Supply Giveaway! We gave away almost 400 bags of school supplies in under 20 minutes! Have a great year, Santa Fe!
Don't forget about our School Supply Giveaway tomorrow morning! Where: Santa Fe High School (upper parking lot, near football field off Siringo) When: Drive-thru opens at 11 AM, until supplies last See you there!
Bus Routes for the 2023-24 school year are here! View them here: https://bit.ly/23-24BusRoutes
In celebration of back-to-school, the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association is giving away free ‘Ultimate Backpacks’ to five New Mexico students in grades K-12 in their Ultimate Backpack Giveaway. This year’s backpacks include: ✔️ iPad ✔️ Air Pods ✔️ School supplies ✔️ Pizza party to celebrate with their class Enter your student now: https://www.nmoga.org/ultimate_backpack The contest runs through August 14, 2023!
The New Mexico Tax and Revenue Department has announced its Back-to-School Free Tax Holiday for Friday, August 4th through Sunday, August 6th. For that weekend, the collection of gross receipts taxes on sales of qualifying items will be suspended, so you can buy the items tax-free. The tax holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. on Friday and ends on Sunday at midnight. Check out our Weekly Bulletin for more Back-to-School info! https://conta.cc/3QrS6Ad
Join us on August 10th as we come together to provide school supplies to ensure your child has a successful start to the new school year! See below for more information.
If your child has a health condition requiring medication at school or other medical treatment during the 23-24 school year, please contact your school nurse to obtain the necessary forms and doctor's orders. Thank you for your help in keeping students healthy and ready to learn!
Santa Fe Public Schools is now accepting applications for free or reduced-price meals. Although we will feed all students at no cost in the 2023-24 school year, we must collect an application for Free and Reduced Meals. The data collected from this process determines eligibility and funding for P-EBT, Title 1, E-Rate, and other programs. Only one application per family is needed. The application can be completed online at www.myschoolapps.com Questions? Contact Tina Anaya at 505-467-3600.