Milagro students paid a visit to the State Capitol today with their team teachers, Theresa Anaya Burney and Leif Johnson .
The March 3rd, 2023 SFPS Bulletin is out now! Please follow the link and see what is going on and don't miss out! https://bit.ly/3EVdk2R
Are you bilingual? The SFPS Language & Culture Department invites you to volunteer! Serve on a panel of judges to assess the Bilingualism & Biliteracy skills of our 8th Grader & High School Seniors! Please read more about this great opportunity on the attached flyer!
Milagro's Spanish Spelling Bee was held in our spacious library, which was filled with anxious spellers! Milagro teacher and soccer player extraordinaire, Jorge Villegas, pronounced the words with perfection. Milagro Principal Georgia Baca, Milagro Secretary and Translator, Lauro Lopez and Community in Schools Coordinator Rosario Roybal judged the competition with nail biting accuracy! First Place ~ Julianna Maria Reyes Montano Second Place ~ Madeline Benavente Serrano Third Place~ Kevin Saenzpardo
Grace Mayer’s students are creating gallery worthy work in her print making class.
Milagro students rehearse for the upcoming Music Performance Assessments. Band and Orchestra teachers, Clarissa Riggins and Gabe Tafoya have done an incredible job with their students! Go Thunder!
On Friday, Ms. Burney and her 7th grade ELA students , hosted Joan Sickler, a volunteer for the Santa Fe chapter of the NAACP. The students learned about Martin Luther King, Jr., his "I Have a Dream Speech," and the civil rights movement. The students also learned about the lives and work of many inspiring contemporary black artists, activists, athletes, and leaders.
It's time to start thinking about summer programming for students! SFPS is proud to continue our community partnership model and offer exciting and enriching programs for the upcoming summer season! With the help of federal pandemic relief funding, SFPS and our inspiring partners are providing students with a chance to close learning gaps and have some fun! Are you a staff member or partner looking to provide summer programming? Follow the link and apply before March 10th! Have questions? Contact Bill Rodriguez at email@example.com. https://forms.gle/vaXCHPxAYQpf4wM37
This week's SFPS Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/3ZlOaT5
The Santa Fe Breaking Academy performed for our students and teachers In honor of Black History Month. Community Schools Coordinator Diana Padilla brought the amazing team of artists to Milagro.
Projects in the Maker Space can go from sanding wood to make retablos to creating a claymation movie all in the same day!
Milagro’s Digital Learning Coach, Shannon Wittenberg, facilitated our team’s CS (Computer Science) meeting. The team teachers and administrators , Alan Lucero, Megan Avina, Diana Padilla, Susan Greig and Georgia Baca are working hard to bring technology and CS into every classroom.
A Valentine's snow day didn't damper the holiday as Milagro celebrated upon our return to school 2/22. Ms. Grace Mayer's class made Monoprint Valentines Day cards the week before with the intention of every student receiving some love and encouraging words on Valentines Day. WAVE student members and Student Helpers also joined with Community Schools in decorating the cafeteria with the cards and candy supplied by Ms. Mayer.
TRANSFER LOTTERY: Today (2/17/2023) is the LAST day to accept an offered lottery seat! Please check your SPAM/JUNK folders if you did not receive an email. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-467-4111.
It's Friday February 17th, 2023 and time for our weekly bulletin! Please follow this link to catch up and learn what is happening at SFPS: https://bit.ly/3lOJoi8
Due to icy and snow covered road conditions across the District that would prohibit the safe transportation of students to school, all schools will be closed Wednesday February 15th, 2023. This is not a remote learning day. All after school and evening activities are canceled.
Due to current conditions throughout the district and in anticipation of the overnight forecast, all schools will be on a 2-hour delay tomorrow, February 15th, 2023, to provide additional time for buses to safely transport students to schools. This means that buses will run 2 hours later than during normal times. If you drop your child off at school, please remember that staff will also be on a two-hour delay. Full day Pre-K programs are also on a two hour delay. Morning Pre-K programs have been canceled. Afternoon Pre-K programs will operate on a regular schedule.
Due to icy road conditions and low temperatures across the District that would prohibit the safe transportation of students to school, all schools will be closed. This is not a remote learning day. All after school and evening activities are canceled.
Due to current conditions throughout the district and in anticipation of freezing overnight temperatures, all schools will be on a 2-hour delay tomorrow, February 14th, 2023. We will have an update at 6:30 AM tomorrow.
SFPS is excited to support school and community-driven summer programs for a second year! We invite staff and partners to apply to provide creative summer programming at https://forms.gle/vaXCHPxAYQpf4wM37 . This call for proposals closes on March 10th! For questions, please contact William Rodriguez at email@example.com. "We flipped the script on extended learning last year by partnering with our community. The result is a new, exciting community partnership model for SFPS summer and after-school programming," said Superintendent Hilario "Larry" Chavez. "We invite you to apply to continue the fun and learning in 2023." SFPS and a cadre of inspiring community partners provided 2,656 students, or 21 percent of the district’s population, with free summer programming last year. Thirty-three programs were offered at 13 different SFPS sites. Summer programs to provide student enrichment and close learning gaps are supported by federal pandemic relief funding.