All Gallup McKinley County Elementary Schools have openings for 4-year-old children to attend, full-day Pre-K programs. contact your area Elementay School or call 505-721-1013.
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The New Mexico State Library will conduct the "New Mexico Letters About Literature" competition again this school year. Children ages 13 and under as of Nov. 1 may participate in this reading and writing contest by reading a book and then writing a letter to the author explaining how his or her work shaped their perspective on the world or themselves. This is the ninth year the New Mexico State Library has sponsored the competition. The entry form, permission form, official rules, and terms of participation are available on the Letters About Literature website. All entries must be submitted by Jan. 7.
Parents can now add their 5-11-year-old children to the COVID vaccination registration portal as a dependent to the parent account. This will allow parents to schedule an appt for the covid vaccine for their children as soon as the rollout is approved. Scheduling is expected to begin as early as next week. Please share this information with your school community.
This is where parents come into the school instead of the student and the teachers work with parents on how they can better help their elementary student at home. At the APTT meetings together the parent and teacher will look over the students portfolio, class ranks and the child’s skills. These APTT meeting will start happening come November. So parents look out for that information so you can put some time aside to learn what your child is learning to better help them. These meetings will be held in the evenings and last about 1.5 hours
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