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Contacting Your Counselor

Click on your Professional School Counselor's name to learn more about them!

 

Mr. Brandon Boiser

9th grade: A - L

brandon.boiser@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext.60026)

F-Building Admin. Office

 

Mr. Clyde Archibeque

9th grade: M - Z

archibeque_cl@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60003)

F-Building Admin. Office

 

Ms. Angelica Delgadillo

College "Go" Center Counselor

9 - 12th grades: All students

angelica.delgadillo@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60134)

Front Office

 

Ms. Deborah Schnalzer

10-12th grades: A - C

schnalzer@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60040)

Counseling Center

 

Mrs. Leticia Montano

10-12th grades: D - Ha

montano_le@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60132)

Counseling Center

 

Ms. Kateri Sisneros

10-12th grades: He - Mi

kateri.sisneros@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext.60102)

Counseling Center

 

Ms. Jana Villegas

10-12th grades: Mo - Ro

villegas@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60162)

Health Office

 

Mrs. Deanna Valdez

10-12th grades: Ru - Z

valdez_de@aps.edu

505.243.1458 (ext. 60107)

Counseling Center

 

Mrs. Annette Chavez

Counseling Secretary

505.243.1458 (ext. 60153)

annette.chavez@asp.edu

Counseling Center

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AHA Professional Counseling Department

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Our mission is to empower students to reach their potential by balancing support and autonomy, while addressing barriers to learning.

 

The Professional School Counselors at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School are dedicated to provide a comprehensive school counseling program to ensure personal/social, academic, and career development of every student, and are committed to collaborate with administration, parents, and community members so all students succeed as productive members of society.

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News

2/19/18

Two Atrisco Heritage Academy High School Class of 2018 Seniors will be continuing their football careers at the next level after recently signing letters of intent.  Diego Archuleta will be heading to Eastern NM while Angel Ramirez is on his way to Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma.

 

Head coach Patrick Johnson is extremely proud of both young men and feels their success will help the program.  “Diego and Angel signing with intent to play in college allows other players in the program to see what happens when you commit yourself to football and work hard.”

 

“I chose Eastern NM because the campus was nice and the environment felt right,” said Diego Archuleta, who will be a Greyhound playing for Head Coach Kelley Lee.  “The coaching staff was really welcoming and the program was a good fit for me.”


Diego’s parents, Frankie & Claudette Archuleta, are equally ecstatic about their son’s achievement.  “Diego has made us proud in all aspects, said Claudette, his mother.  “He has worked hard in school as well as in football. He has always been very driven to be the best he could be and because of that I know he’ll do well in school, football and in life.”

 

In a press release put out by Eastern New Mexico, Coach Kelley Lee proudly proclaimed, "Diego is a fantastic run blocker who will fit very well into our Ground Strike Attack on Offense.  He played in a similar triple option based attack for Coach Patrick Johnson at Atrisco Heritage and should have a very small learning curve as a Greyhound"

 

 

For more from this press release, go to this link: https://www.goeasternathletics.com/news/2018/2/7/football-gridiron-greyhounds-add-talented-players-for-2018-season-on-national-signing-day.aspx.

 

Angel Ramirez will be heading to Southern Nazarene University where he will be playing for Head Coach Andy Lambert.


I chose Southern Nazarene University because I believe that the school had the best environment and education for me to be successful in life,” said Ramirez. “I also enjoyed the coaching staff getting to know me and my family.  I am so blessed and humbled by God to be one of two athletes to play at the next level. I know I have the talent to do amazing things and I just want to make my community and family proud.”

 

Angel’s father, Gilbert Ramirez, explained the following, “We are most thankful for our three sons and feel truly blessed by God to have seen Angel persevere, overcome and to make every effort to do his best, to be his best and look his best in the midst of difficulties, trials and adversity this season.”

 

Coach Andy Lambert of Southern Nazarene exclaimed that "Angel is a fantastic young man and a very very good football player. He is not only an asset to our football program but to our entire institution as well. I am excited to watch him grow and flourish over these next years!"

 

When asked what he will miss most about both players, Coach Johnson said, “I will miss Diego's silent leadership, the way he had the respect of his teammates.  I will miss Angel's offbeat sense of humor.”

 




 

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2/19/18

Jaguar Nation:

 

Student Led Conferences will be taking place on March 1st & 2nd.  Please note that classes will not be held on those days.

 

** Important information coming soon.

 

For information on Parent-Teacher Conferences, click the photo below for a guide:


Also, the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) has also published a guide for Parent-Teacher Conferences.  You can access and download the guide by clicking this sentence.

 

Stay tuned to this website for more information on Student Led Conferences.

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1/29/18

Congratulations to the following students for being selected the January 2018 Students of the Month:

  • Joslyn Barboa
  • Brisa Barraza
  • Damaris Bojorquez
  • Yanecxiz Estrada
  • Gibely Gomez
  • Nicole Jaramillo
  • Makaylyn Lerma
  • Alan Paz
  • Brian Vega
  • Steven Williams


A ceremony was held in January to honor these students.  Photos can be found on the HOME PAGE.

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Let's prevent bullying together by helping to create a safe and respectful school environment.  Here are some helpful tips:

  • Research and educate yourself about bullying
  • Treat others with respect and kindness
  • Help students who are being bullied
  • Don't participate in bullying behavior
  • Find an adult on campus you can talk to if you need help

For more information please visit:  StopBullying.gov

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AHA Counseling Office Hours:

The AHA Counseling offices are open Monday - Friday

from

7am - 3pm

2017-18

 

Awareness Calendar

February: Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

 

Congress designated February in 2010 National Teen Dating Violence and Prevention month.  It is defined as a pattern of abuse or threat of abuse against teenagers who are dating.  The abuse can be verbal, emotional, physical, sexual and digital.  It is estimated that approximately 1.5 million high school students in the United States experience physical abuse from their partner (The Domestic Violence Awareness Project).

https://youth.gov/feature-article/teen-dating-violence-awareness-and-prevention-month

 

“Get the Facts: Dating Abuse Statistics” and “About Choose Respect: Dating Abuse Fact Sheet” provides the following 10 facts: https://www.thoughtco.com/facts-about-teen-dating-violence-abuse-3533771

 

Resources:

 

National Dating Abuse Helpline  This hotline provides 24-hour national web-based and telephone resources to help teens experiencing dating abuse.

 

Who can use it? Young people, concerned friends, parents, teachers, clergy, anyone anywhere in the country can call toll free, 1-866-331-9474, text “loveis” to 22522, or log on to the interactive website, loveisrespect.org, and receive immediate, confidential assistance.  

 

Educational programs available:

 

Break the Cycle a national preventive dating and domestic violence education program for teens and young adults. It is also operating the Love is Not Abuse campaign.  The Love is Not Abuse campaign is a comprehensive resource for parents using a digital abuse curriculum. 

https://nrcdv.org/dvam/tdvam

 

February:  Black History Month

 

On February 14th we will have an information table at lunch available focusing on Black History Month

 

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Below are some helpful resources:

 

What is Counseling?

 

Counselors: Then vs. Now

 

12 Things You Should Know About Professional Counselors

 

 

 

For additional resources and information please see your AHA Professional School Counselor.  

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