Abiquiu Elementary school has an obligation to provide a safe and secure learning environment for the school community, which includes students, staff, and volunteers. Parents, students and school employees have identified safety, respect and high academic standards as their top focus areas. We believe that all students and school staff have the right to teach and learn in schools that are safe, inviting, and drug-free. Abiquiu Elementary fosters an academic environment where students and teachers are encouraged to set high educational goals which will help students prepare for their future beyond our school walls.
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Parents and Families. You are very important to us and your child's development. Once the students leave the classroom, it is you who continues to help encourage and support your child in the learning process. This is the only way our learners can achieve the success they deserve.
Thank you for your dedicated support!
Carlos F. Vigil Middle School offers a unique learning environment that embraces diversity and fosters personal growth and excellence.We are located in the beautiful Espanola Valley and serve students from eleven elementary schools with our surrounding communities. At Carlos F. Vigil Middle School all students and staff join forces to embrace challenging opportunities that support academic, physical and emotional success. Currently there are 264 seventh graders and 295 eighth graders.
Chimayo Elementary School is rich in tradition and is known for its community involvement. I am proud to be the principal of this school community. At this unique small school, we have several very experience talented faculty. Some of our faculty are now teaching children of former students. Our staff is working hard to do their best to maintain the essence that makes Chimayo so special and at the same time, introduce new ideas and programs that are aimed at taking the school and its students into the 21st Century. The world around us is changing very rapidly and the intimate knowledge of each our students helps us individualized learning as we prepare all of our students for a complex world, that is increasingly competitive and hyper-connected.
Dixon Elementary is a high-performing school serving approximately 70 students K-6. It is the northern-most school in the district that recently has been a bit of a magnet-school attracting students from the entire region to include Taos county.
Española Valley High School opened its doors in the fall of 1975, as the students from Española High School and Santa Cruz were combined. The first graduating class at Espanola Valley High School graduated over 400 students. Espanola Valley High School initially housed only 10th thru 12th. Grade. In 1978, Espanola Valley High School added the 9th. Grade.
Espanola Valley High School staff is committed to ensuring that your son/daughter receives a high quality education that will enable them to be successful as they graduate from high school and move on to the “next step” in their lives. In order to prepare our students for the “next step” we need your assistance in ensuring that students attend school on time and attend classes every day.
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The 2016 NMASBO Scholarship Information (Guidelines & Application) are posted on our website nmasbo.org under Recognition > High School Scholarships page.
The deadline to submit/postmark the scholarship is this Friday, March 4, 2016. If you have any questions please call our office at 505.923.3283.
Thank you for your interest in the We the Students Essay Contest! For more information, please CLICK HERE.
Welcome to Eutimio "Tim" Salazar III Fairview Elementary home of the Gophers and located in the heart of the Espanola Valley. Fairview Elementary, originally named for its location within the Espanola Valley opened its doors in 1965. Later, on February 9, 1997 the school was renamed Eutimio "Tim" Salazar III Fairview Elementary, more commonly known as ETS Fairview Elementary. The school, is now the 3rd largest elementary school in the Espanola Public School system, ETS Fairview Elementary enrolls approximately 400 students in kindergarten through 6th Grade.
Hernandez Elementary School boundaries exist along Highway 84/285. The school community extends to the south along Prince Drive for about three miles north and to Medanales for about six miles. The school serves kindergarten through sixth grade students with a student population from 185-200. The school site maintains one-two classrooms per grade level during most school years.
During the summer months, Hernandez Elementary School, provides summer tutoring through our K-3 plus program.
The Mission of James H. Rodriquez is to provide and continuously improve a quality education for all students in a safe environment by implementing an educational program that ensures students are prepared to meet educational and lifelong challenges.
Mountain View Elementary School and our community recognize and promote literacy, technology, and wellness education as a means to achieve student success as responsible, productive and caring citizens.
Welcome to the Home of the Dragons where we, proudly, serve 460 students in grades K-6th. We are located on Hwy 74 # 411 in Okay Owingeh Pueblo, New Mexico.
Welcome to Tony E. Quintana "Sombrillo" Elementary, proud home of the Vikings. Tony E. Quintana Elementary is on the southern-most edge of the Espanola Public School District. The current Tony E. Quintana Elementary opened its doors on August 2006. Tony E. Quintana is the fourth largest school in the Espanola Public school system with an enrollment of 260 students in grades K through 6. We are honored to serve the children of the Espanola valley.
Velarde is located in a small, rural
community, where family customs, traditions, and values play a large role in
our students’ daily lives. This school has been serving the community and its students for generations. To meet the needs of our diverse student population,
teachers are constantly collaborating to discuss the academic and physical
needs of our students. It serves grades K through 6th.