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UPDATE: As of 12:38 pm, the school has been cleared. Students that left vehicles on campus will need to retrieve them as soon as possible.


As of 10:39 a.m., students are being transported to the Community Stadium due to a safety threat. Families can pick up their students at the west entrance to the stadium.

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Posted by: Brian Beeler, District Admin, Albuquerque Public Schools
Published: 10/17/18




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Jaguar Nation:

 

After school tutoring begins on Tuesday, September 11th.  It will be held every TUESDAY & THURSDAY from 2:30pm to 3:30pm in the "F" Building cafeteria.  Our tutors can help in all subject areas as well as bilingual and special education.  ARRIVE PREPARED WITH WORK AND/OR QUESTIONS FOR OUR TUTORS.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Transportation WILL NOT be available when tutoring session is over.  Please make arrangements to pick up your child in front of the school at 3:30pm or consider public transportation.

 

Thank you.

 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 8/29/18




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Atrisco Heritage Academy High School 

Language Arts Department 

 

April 30, 2018 

 

Dear Future Honors or AP English Student, 

 

Congratulations on your selection of a Pre-AP (Honors English 10) or Advanced Placement Junior or Senior English class for next year.  We are excited to welcome you to our innovative, creative, and challenging curriculum designed to prepare you for collegiate courses in the future.  Selecting one of these courses is a huge step, but one you will not regret.  Welcome aboard!! 

 

We would like to share some really important aspects about our courses.  This curriculum will require: 

  • Homework of 30 minutes minimally on a daily basis, per class 

  • High standards for completion of work because of the weighted grade of this class 

  • Daily attendance to receive instruction and application of concepts necessary to complete assignments 

  • Assignments must be turned in on due date. Late work is not permitted. 

  • Outside of class reading on a consistent basis and assigned schedule 

  • A positive attitude towards learning new, exciting, and rigorous material to challenge you and prepare you academically for success  

To best prepare you for a great start next year, we are encouraging summer reading.  This assigned reading will be available either through our bookroom, online, or through a public library. These selections are literary texts that will lay a foundation for the upcoming year of comprehension, interpretation, and analysis. A written assessment of these skills will be given on 

Tuesday/Wednesday after Labor Day, September 4th-5th in your classes. 

 

Reading Selections per Grade level: 

 

10th Grade Honors: 

The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho 

Catcher in the Rye, JD Salinger 

 

11th Grade AP 

Outliers, Malcom Gladwell 

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Ken Kesey 

 

12th Grade AP: 

Siddhartha, Herman Hesse 

Catch 22, Joseph Heller  

 

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Timothy Leyba, English Department Chair, or email him at timothy.leyba2@aps.edu

 

We are looking forward to working with you next year! 

 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 6/15/18




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ATTENTION JAGUAR NATION:

 

The following are important dates regarding registration.  If you have any questions, please contact the school for clarification.

 

Las siguientes son fechas importantes con respecto al registro. Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con la escuela para obtener aclaraciones.

 

ID & YEARBOOK PHOTOS - MANDATORY ATTENDANCE

 

SENIORS ONLY - July 9th to July 13th:

  • CAP AND GOWN, PORTRAIT AND ID PHOTOS:  An appointment will be set up for you and a flyer will be mailed home from Lifetouch Photography.  It will provide your date and time of your appointment at AHA in the Main Cafeteria. It will also include a website to change the appointment if needed.  Once we receive the website address, we will post it on the AHA website.

ALL OTHER GRADES will take their Yearbook and ID photos beginning Monday, July 16th and continuing through Friday, July 20th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM in the Main Cafeteria.

 

NO YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS WILL BE AVAILABLE DURING REGISTRATION FINALIZATION DATES - RETAKES ARE ON OCTOBER 8th & 9th.  

 

REGISTRATION DATES

 

There are 2 phases to registration.

 

Phase 1: You MUST first go online to www.aps.edu/students-parents/parentvue-studentvue to enter address, guardian contact and emergency contact information.  In order to enter this information you must have first created a ParentVue account. Instructions to SIGN UP for ParentVue can be found at http://aha-aps-nm.schoolloop.com/file/1319264174283/1356610510089/2699857490256710491.pdf

 

AHA staff will be available on Wednesdays during the month of June, 7:30 am to 9:30 am or by appointment, to help you register online.  

 

Phase 2: You must come in during the registration days (listed below) to complete registration.  During in-person registration you will receive a locker, parking permit (if needed), student ID and class schedule. In addition you will visit with the nurse and administration (as required).

  • Monday, July 23, Tuesday, July 24, Monday, July 30, Tuesday, July 31 from 7:30am - 11:30am - Seniors and students new to Atrisco (students not in AHA district at time of course selection in Spring)

All other grade levels will register on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, August 7th, 7:00am - 6:00pm - All grades last name A - M

  • Wednesday, August 8th, 7:00am - 6:00pm - All grades last name N - Z

 

FRESHMEN BRIDGE TO SUCCESS

 

Atrisco Heritage Academy High School will once again be offering the Bridge To Success Program for incoming freshmen.  The dates are Wednesday, August 1st - Friday, August 3rd.

 

For further information, contact Alma Sanchez or Elvia Valdez at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School at 505-243-1458, extension 60103 or extension 60100.

 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 6/8/18




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Bryza Pizano, AHA Lady Jaguars basketball senior, has committed to continue her basketball career at Northlands College in Ashland, Wisconsin.  Pizano signed her letter of intent in a ceremony held inside the Jaguar Den.

 

Head coach of the Jills, Daryle Tucker believes Pizano is the right fit for his team.

 

Bryza PizanoHer ability to read passing lanes and get up and down the court will fit nice with our HAVOC defense. You can tell she comes up in a great home. I have been impressed with my conversations with her and her mother. And, when I met them for the first time I was even more impressed. Her professionalism and strength in knowing who she is was impressive. I think she will do well here and fit into our defensive and offensive schemes.”

 

Lady Jaguars head coach, Joe Montoya, believes it’s PIzano’s work ethic that sets her apart.

 

She never takes a day off.  Bryza would always ask what she needed to work on and spend extra time working on her weaknesses.  She does all the little things such as great sportsmanship, great character, excellent leadership and, most importantly, excellent in the classroom.”

 

“I see her role as getting comfortable and acclimated with the team, offense/defense schemes, school and community,” says Coach Tucker about her role as an incoming freshman.  “It’s going to be difficult initially, but I think she will get it. It’s always the toughest part of transitioning to college. I think…we are going to see great things.”

 

Coach Montoya echoes much of what Coach Tucker believes.

 

“Be prepared to balance basketball and school.  Time management will be one of the most important skills she will need to be successful in basketball and school.  Continue to set goals for herself in the classroom and on the basketball court.  Enjoy the experience!”

 

Congratulations to Bryza Pizano and Jaguar Nation looks forward to following your career.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 5/15/18




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To say that Steven Barboa is ambitious would truly be an understatement.  His commitment to both excellence in the classroom and excellence on the baseball diamond is unparalleled.  He treats each equally and never wavers in his pursuit of ultimate prize, but it does not mean he never faces obstacles.

 

“Balancing baseball, school and nursing,” explains Barboa, “is the hardest job I have had to do. You have to be organized and you cannot procrastinate or you will fall far behind.”

 

Steven has pushed all the right buttons and procrastinate is a word he refuses to include in his vocabulary.  Steven’s baseball coach, Christopher Trujillo, illiustrates that his determination is what sets him apart.

 

“Steven embodies the phrase ‘Student-Athlete’ in his character, commitment, determination and drive to being an AHA student, a CEC nursing student and a Jaguar baseball player.  Steven goes beyond the role of a student and is an asset to our community.”   

 

“Since Steven was a young boy,” said his parents, Mark & Jessica Barboa, “his drive and determination have been remarkable. He is determined to do what he wants and is driven to do it to the best of his ability.”

 

Back in April, James Yodice of the Albuquerque Journal wrote a human-interest story about Steven’s budding career as a nurse and his soon-to-be completed days as a high school student and baseball.  The fact that he is able to maintain excellent grades as well as being a leader on the baseball field has impressed many, but especially his parents.

 

“We respect the fact that Steven works hard to finish his homework for all of his classes and has never complained. We cannot express enough about Steven’s work ethic. There were several nights when Steven was up doing homework and studying until 4 or 5 in the morning. On some of these occasions he has had baseball games to attend and still gives 100% to his team.”

 

When asked about his schedule, Coach Trujillo describes Steven’s day by saying, “It requires early mornings and late nights in addition to his regular student schedule.  An example of Steven’s day is to wake up at 5:15am and arrive for his nursing duties/school by 6:45. Then he heads to AHA to finish his senior year studies followed by, generally, a two to three hour baseball practice or game.  Finally, dinner and homework, which usually consists of a few hours.” 

 

One of Steven’s greatest assets is his understanding that helping people is where his heart has always been.

 

“The feeling that you get when you take care of a patient and you give them the smile that they haven’t had in a while is absolutely amazing. I want to become the best person I can and, by succeeding in the classroom and baseball, it will allow me to further be the person I want to become and there is no better feeling than that.”

 

AHA Athletic director, Adrian Ortega, who has also noticed, adds, “Steven Barboa is a role model to all of our athletes. His dedication to baseball and his academics is truly an inspiration to all of our students.”

 

And, by the way, don’t tell Steven or his parents that he is in the minority as a male nurse.  Neither sees it as such.

 

“We as parents never thought about Steven being in the minority. It is his loving and compassion towards others that drove him to become an RN.  We could not believe that Steven was willing to give up all of his time the last two years with his friends so that he could finish and study his work for high school and the nursing program and has managed to be an honor student for four years of high school.”

 

Quite the accomplishment indeed, but Steven is not done reaching for his goals.  About his future, Barboa says, “After high school, I want to move further into nursing career and get my RN. I want to eventually become an anesthesiologist.”

 

Is there any doubt he will achieve anything he sets his mind to?

 

Congratulations to Steven Barboa as he recently graduated from Atrisco Heritage Academy High School as a member of the Class of 2018 as well as from CEC’s nursing program.  Jaguar Nation looks forward to witnessing what the future has in store for you.

 

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Posted by: Brian Beeler
Published: 5/15/18




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The following students were honored at a recent breakfast ceremony as the 2018 AHA Students of the Year:

BIANCA ACOSTADAMARIS BOJORQUEZXAVIER CARDONAANTHONY CHAVEZGABRIELA DIAZAUSTIN FLOREKMANUEL GONZALEZALEXANDRA JAQUEZGABRIELA MEDINAARIANA MONTOYAALFREDO MUNOZCHRISTIAN REYESMARTHA RODRIGUEZJOELLA SANCHEZSYLVIA TOMASELLOEDMARIE VEGA

Congratulations to all of this year's recipients.
 

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Posted by: Brian Beeler
Published: 5/8/18




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You may have heard that our Boys Basketball team recently captured the first team state title in Atrisco Heritage Academy history.  Since then, the team has been honored by officials at the district, county and city and national levels. 

 

“It has been a great honor for our boys’ basketball team to get so much recognition from the APS board, city council, county commission, and the south valley pride day committee,” said head basketball coach Adrian Ortega. “The community has embraced our first state championship as their own. Winning a state title in basketball has brought an enormous amount of school spirit and a sense of pride for all of our students.”

 

The boys were first recognized by the APS School Board.  “It’s amazing to know how many people supported the team on our journey to winning, said Jordan Arroyo, who will be playing basketball next fall for Coach Paul Weir and the University of New Mexico Lobos.  “I am so grateful for all the respect and credit that has been given to me and my team and I hope the community continues to support our Atrisco basketball team.”

 


 

At the April 17th Albuquerque City Council meeting, Councilor Klarissa Pena, representing District 3, honored the team for its outstanding achievement by writing on her Facebook page, “I would once again like to congratulate the Atrisco Heritage Academy Jaguars Varsity Basketball Team for winning the 2018 NMAA Championship on March 10th defeating the Cleveland Storm by 53-49. It was my honor to present them with a proclamation at last night’s Council Meeting for their great achievement of earning the first team state title in the school’s history.”

 

Finally, the team was honored with recognition at the Bernalillo County Commissioners meeting as well as South Valley Pride Day.  Commissioner Steven Michael Quezada introduced the team who then shook hands with all commissioners present.  Quezada was also present when the team, along with the Jaguar Gold Dancers, received the “Outstanding Citizen Award” at the 25th Anniversary celebration of South Valley Pride Day.

 

“The community understands the historical significance of bringing the first basketball state title to the Westgate and South Valley communities,” explained Coach Ortega. “They truly understand that we did it the right way.”

 


Jaguar Gold Dancers
Coach Ortega along with two of his athletes were also honored when USA TODAY named them to the American Family Insurance 2017-2018 ALL-USA New Mexico Basketball Team.  Coach Adrian Ortega was named “Coach of the Year.”  Jordan Arroyo was selected to the First Team while Enrique Bibian was named to the Second Team.

 

Enrique Bibian“To be recognized as one of the top players in New Mexico is an honor because there’s been many great players this year and for me to be one means a lot,” said Bibian, a senior at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School.

 

“We feel very blessed,” declared Kimberly Arroyo, Jordan’s mother, “that his hard work was recognized nationally as he was named to the ALL-USA New Mexico Basketball Team first team.”  Arroyo was also named to the 2018 Albuquerque Journal All-Metro First Team as well as the New Mexico High School Coaches Association’s Class 6A All-State First Team.Jordan Arroyo

 

While individual accolades are well earned, the players and coaches all understand that without “team,” state championships cannot be won.  Enrique Bibian summed it best by adding, “The biggest thrill from winning the state championship was being able to customize our state rings and them having a lot of meaning in what our team stands for.”

 

 

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Posted by: Brian Beeler
Published: 5/8/18




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The following students have made the Top 10 for the Class of 2018.  Each will be honored at the Honors & Robing Ceremony on Tuesday, May 8th, 6:30pm, in the Jaguar Den.  The Valedictorian and Salutatorian will also be announced during the ceremony.

 

The Top 10 are:

 

David Armendariz

Joseph Barbera

Gabriela Diaz

Citlalli Fernandez-Romero

Karina Gallegos

Perla Guzman

Diego Ortega

Matthew Robledo

Alejandro Vazquez-Mercado

Edmarie Vega
 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 5/8/18




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Students in the Digital Film Production classes are tasked with learning large chunks of information before they can put their creativity to the test.  Imagine being a freshmen, learning all this information and, then, being skilled enough to capture awards for their work.  Well, that just what many of the students listed below did.

 

"I am so proud of my Digital Film Production 1 students’ achievements," proclaimed their teacher, Nicole Kurland.  "Having their films juried and accepted into multiple state and local film competitions, and winning 1st, 2nd, 3rd place awards and also honorable mentions is quite the achievement."

 

Ms. Kurland continued, "These are film students who are mostly freshmen who started out with little to no knowledge of filmmaking — how to use camera equipment, editing software, compose creative and interesting shots, capture good sound and lighting, and write scripts and create storyboards. They have learned all about the three phases of film production and how to produce a successful short film, and did I say I am so proud of them!"

 

Jaguar Nation is equally proud of these young people.  Please congratulate the following students for their film achievements in three state and local film competitions - Focus on Youth, Future Voices of New Mexico, and Desert Light Film Festival.  

 

Focus on Youth, ABQ Museum of Art

 

First Place

Cristian Salas-Cruz

“Together”

 

3rd Place

Ava Sandoval, Eunice Melgar, Yanecxiz Estrada, Andres Magallanes, Aracelli Perez

“Behind the Screen”

 

Honorable Mention

Ava Sandoval, Eunice Melgar, Yanecxiz Estrada, Andres Magallanes, Aracelli Perez

“The Unusual Suspect”

 

Honorable Mention

Jae’Dyn Peralta

“Ghoulish Infatuation”

 

Honorable Mention

Michelle Perez, Alicia Rodriguez-Acosta, Vincent Herrera, Nathan Lucero, Hanna Osborne

“Carry On”

 

Honorable Mention

Bianca Acosta, McKaylyn Lerma, Bryan Munoz

“How You Ruined My Life”

 

Andrea Sierra, Mayra Trejo

“Bittersweet”

 

Jasmine Dominguez, Destiny Espinosa

“Broken Thoughts”

 

Guillermo Palacios, Edgar Garcia, Valeria Felix, Alfredo Ramirez

“Interconnections”

 

Bianca Acosta, McKaylyn Lerma, Antonio Chavez

“Not It”

 

Jose Lopez, Auden Gutierrez, Mariah Jackson, Luis Perches

Honorable Mention

“The Counselor”

 

Future Voices of NM, Santa Fe, NM

 

2nd Place, Narrative Category

Ava Sandoval, Eunice Melgar, Yanecxiz Estrada, Andres Magallanes, Aracelli Perez

“Behind the Screen”

 

3rd Place, Narrative Category

Andrea Sierra, Mayra Trejo

“Bittersweet”

 

Desert Light Film Festival, Alamogordo, NM

Jae’Dyn Peralta

Honorable Mention

“Ghoulish Infatuation”

 

Way to go future Jaguar filmmakers!!

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Posted by: Brian Beeler
Published: 5/8/18




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"Couldn't have been prouder of these young gentleman. They did a fantastic job and we were able to capture the District 4-6A Championship Title again for the second year in row!" 

 

That is the reaction of Track & Field Coach Laura Rivera as her boys captured back-to-back 6A District 4 championships.

 

Below are the results for those going to state:

 

District Champions in their individual events and going to State:

  • Chris Powell - District Pole Vault Champ
  • Diego Archuleta -District Shot Put Champ
  • Angel Ramirez - District Long Jump Champ
  • Jordan Marquez - District 200 meters Champ
  • Antonyo Ortiz - District 400 meters Champ

 

District Champions in the following relays:

  • 4x100 Meter Relay District Champs - Miguel Martinez, Angel Ramirez, Antonyo Ortiz, Irving Ramirez
  • 4x200 Meter Relay District Champs - Miguel Martinez, Jesus Jimenez, Angel Ramirez, Jordan Marquez
  • 4x400 Meter Rely District Champs - Angel Ramirez, Mark Gurule, Irving Ramirez, Antonyo Ortiz

 

Placing 2nd in their events and also going to State:

  • Mark Gurule - 2nd place in both 200meter and 400meter
  • Jordan Marquez - 2nd place in the 100m
  • Angel Anaya - 2nd place in Pole vault
  • Chris Powell - 2nd in 110 Hurdles

District Champion team poster
The AHA Girls Track and Field team will be represented at the upcoming state meet.  The ladies who will be competing are:

 

4x100

Santii Santiago 9th

Aliyah Bailey 10th

Bryza Pizano 12th

Chia Okoye 9th

 

4x200 

Daisy Borbon 11th

Alisha Duran 9th

Santii Santiago 9th

Bryza Pizano  12th 

 

4x400 

Alisha Duran 9th 

Sevana Candelaria 12th 

Ale Jaquez 10th 

Cassandra Gallegos 11th 

 

Pole Vault 

Jennifer Mercado 11th 

 

Good luck to all the athletes taking part in the State Track & Field Meet which will take place May 11th and 12th at the University of New Mexico.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 5/8/18




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The 2017-2018 school year has been one filled with “firsts” in AHA’s history.  The AHA Student Council is no exception.  For the first time in school history, a member of the student council has been elected to serve as an officer for Central District, a subdivision of the New Mexico Association of Student Councils (NMASC) that oversees schools located mostly in Bernalillo County.

 

“I am just so grateful to have this amazing opportunity and cannot thank everyone enough for all of their guidance and support,” says AHA Class of 2020 Sophomore Isaiah Manzanares, who will be serving as Central District Vice President as well as AHA’s Sophomore Class President next school year.

 

Isaiah is ready for both challenges.  For Atrisco Heritage, he explains that “My goal for our school in the coming year is to truly make our school’s name known.  Since we are still considered one of the newer school in not only our district but our state, I want Atrisco’s name to be known and our voices to be heard. I also want to bring greater amounts of spirit to our student body.”

 

As for his role in Central District, Isaiah says, “I plan on keeping CD a strong vital part of NMASC. I want our district to truly become involved with other districts in performing not only community service projects but projects that could even potentially better the state as a whole.”

 

Activities Director Jessica Martinez knows that Isaiah will have a full plate but adds “…if anyone can perform both roles well, its Isaiah. His leadership is going to have a positive impact on Atrisco and Central District for years to come.  He’s going to do great things!”

 

Isaiah’s father, Dominic Manzanares, believes Isaiah’s strongest attribute is his work ethic.

 

“Isaiah's work ethic is like no other teenager I have ever met.  He is extremely driven and self-motivated.  Isaiah's competitive nature helps him strive to do his best in everything he sets his mind to.  He is a gifted student and has always had exceptional grades throughout his school years.  He is great at prioritizing his responsibilities, from school, student council, sports, band, chores at home, and his part time job.”

 

“Given how badly he wanted both of these positions,” adds Class of 2020 co-sponsor Shelby Reeves, “it does not surprise me that he won. I wish him the best of luck and I can't wait to see what he accomplishes as AHA's 2020 Class President and as City District Vice Principal.”

 

“Knowing that Isaiah made school history is something that we as a family will never forget,” proudly proclaims his father, Dominic.  “The pride and joy that Isaiah brings to me as his dad is something that every father can only wish for.  This is only the beginning of all the great things this young man will accomplish!”

 

Congratulations to Isaiah Manzanares on achieving another of many firsts at Atrisco Heritage Academy.

 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 4/18/18




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AHA Class of 2020 Sophomore Rayana Vigil recently became the first girl to win both NMAA State Championship and become an All-American after competing at the USA Wrestling Girls National Tournament. 

 

Rayana became the “unofficial” state champion after the NMAA introduced a girls’ division for the first time.   The girls were put into eight brackets and winners advanced through the bracket.  Rayana wrestled for the title in the 184-pound bracket against her teammate, Alura Sandoval.

 

“I was able to compete at New Mexico’s first ever girls state championship, said Ms. Vigil.  “Taking first and representing Atrisco was an honor.  I also travelled to Oklahoma City and competed in the Girls Folkstyle Nationals.”

 

It was there that Rayana competed against the top juniors and seniors including matches against girls from Utah, Colorado and Hawaii.  She finished in 8th place out of 30 girls from around the nation and earned All-American status. 

 

“Rayana's got an amazing work ethic, says coach AHA Wrestling Coach Lorenzo Martinez.  “She works out constantly trying to better herself.  On top of wrestling practice, she is in ROTC and weight training. She began her martial arts career in judo and kickboxing, which laid a great foundation for what she is doing now.  Her drive and work ethic is what separates her from others.  This drive is truly why she is a champion.”  

 

Coach Martinez says Rayana has already surpassed any girl wrestler that the school has had and was the only girl from NM to make All-American at this level.  

 

“I think that she has barely scratched the surface of her talents.  She has a bright future in the sport and in life.”

 

Congratulations to Rayana Vigil on her tremendous accomplishment as well as adding to the list of “firsts” that AHA has achieved this school year.

 

 

 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 4/18/18




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AHA's TV Production class, Mr. Scott Trujillo - teacher, interviewed Ms. Olga Vazquez for this edition of "Teacher Feature."  Enjoy.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 4/11/18




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The TV Production class of Mr. Scott Trujillo had an opportunity to speak with Ms. Minea Armijo.  Enjoy this interview.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 4/11/18




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TV Productions students of Mr. Scott Trujillo put together this TEACHER FEATURE with Brizelda and Zelene Ramirez.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 4/11/18




Audience: Our School, Yearbook, Academies / Internships, Boys Tennis, Model UN, Common Core State Standards, Academic Development, Boys Basketball, DECA, Teachers, Softball, Freshman, Dance, Black Student Union, Poetry Club, Health & Social Science, Film & Technology, Wrestling, Best Buddies, Jaguars for Positive Change, Health & Social Science, Mariachi Herencia, Mock Trial, Staff, Principals, Baseball, Baseball, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Graduation 2018, MESA, Associates, Counseling, Football, Golf, Homepage, AHA Band, Volleyball, Academic Development, MCJROTC, Poetry Club, College and Career Center, Parents, Graduation 2018, Model UN, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Drama Club, National Honor Society, Cheer, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, Drama Club, Softball, Girls Basketball, Boys Tennis, Common Core State Standards, Swimming, Athletics, International Business, Student Resources, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, Graduation, DECA, French Club, Contact Us, Dream Makers, Golf, National Honor Society, Cross Country, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Law & Public Policy, Girls Soccer, Law & Public Policy, Dance, Swimming, Internships, Boys Track & Field, Family Center, Boys Track & Field, Jaguars for Positive Change, Healthy Relationships, International Business, Speech & Debate, Girls Tennis, Speech & Debate, MESA, Gay-Straight Alliance, Yearbook, Best Buddies, Healthy Relationships, French Club, Sal Treppiedi, Fine Arts, Contact Us, History of Atrisco Heritage, Cheer, Dream Makers, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, College GO Center, Mariachi Herencia, Academies / Internships, Activities, Counseling, Our School, Film & Technology, Black Student Union, Boys Soccer, History of Atrisco Heritage, Volleyball, Gay-Straight Alliance, Homepage, Girls Basketball, Girls Tennis, Activities, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Athletics, Personal/Social Support, Football, AHA Band, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, Girls Track & Field, Fine Arts, Freshman, Graduation, Student Council, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Mock Trial, Library, Girls Track & Field, MCJROTC, Wrestling, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Student Council, Cross Country, Internships, Library and Boys Basketball

 

Mr. Scott Trujillo and his students put together this interview with Mr. Roland Soto, our DECA teacher and sponsor.

 

Enjoy.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 4/11/18




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The Fine Arts Department is pleased to announce the 4th Annual AHA Art Show which will take place between april 2nd and 6th.  The opening reception and family and community viewing will be held Tuesday night, April 3rd, 5:30-7:30pm.  Students may view the artwork during school hours the entire week.

 

This year, a section for the artwork of teachers and staff has been added.  Several AHA staff members who create different kinds of art will be showing their work. 

 

For more information, contact Leah Caruso, Fine Arts Department Chairperson, at (505) 243-1458 ext. 60059.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 3/22/18




Audience: Our School, Yearbook, Boys Tennis, Academies / Internships, Model UN, Common Core State Standards, Boys Basketball, Academic Development, Teachers, DECA, Softball, Freshman, Dance, Black Student Union, Poetry Club, Health & Social Science, Film & Technology, Wrestling, Jaguars for Positive Change, Best Buddies, Health & Social Science, Mariachi Herencia, Mock Trial, Staff, Principals, Baseball, Baseball, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, MESA, Associates, Graduation 2018, Counseling, Football, Golf, Homepage, AHA Band, Volleyball, Academic Development, MCJROTC, Poetry Club, College and Career Center, Parents, Graduation 2018, Model UN, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Drama Club, National Honor Society, Cheer, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, Softball, Drama Club, Girls Basketball, Boys Tennis, Common Core State Standards, Swimming, International Business, Athletics, Student Resources, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, Graduation, DECA, French Club, Dream Makers, Contact Us, Golf, National Honor Society, Cross Country, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Law & Public Policy, Girls Soccer, Law & Public Policy, Dance, Swimming, Internships, Boys Track & Field, Family Center, Boys Track & Field, Jaguars for Positive Change, Healthy Relationships, International Business, Speech & Debate, Girls Tennis, Speech & Debate, MESA, Yearbook, Gay-Straight Alliance, Best Buddies, Healthy Relationships, French Club, Sal Treppiedi, Fine Arts, Contact Us, History of Atrisco Heritage, Cheer, Dream Makers, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, College GO Center, Mariachi Herencia, Academies / Internships, Activities, Counseling, Our School, Film & Technology, Black Student Union, Boys Soccer, History of Atrisco Heritage, Volleyball, Gay-Straight Alliance, Homepage, Girls Basketball, Girls Tennis, Activities, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Athletics, Personal/Social Support, Football, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, AHA Band, Girls Track & Field, Fine Arts, Freshman, Graduation, Student Council, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Mock Trial, Library, MCJROTC, Girls Track & Field, Wrestling, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Student Council, Cross Country, Internships, Library and Boys Basketball

Recently, the APS District Metro Art Show took place and Atrisco Heritage Academy students fared well in many of the categories.  Here is a look at all the winners:

 

PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL TECHNIQUES:

 

3rd Place: Lovely Janoras – 11th Grade – “Tie Dye”

 

DIGITAL FILM (Digital Film Groups):

 

5th Place: Jasmine Dominguez, Destiny Espinosa & Savanna Savedra – all 9th Grade – “Broken Thoughts”

 

Honorable Mention: Bianca Acosta, Antonio Chavez & Mckaylyn Lerma – all 10th Grade – “Not ‘IT’”

 

COMMERCIAL ILLUSTRATION:

 

3rd Place: Nicolas Santos – 10th Grade – “Untitled”

 

PRINTMAKING:

 

1st Place: Maja Klein – 11th Grade – “Day of the Dead Horse”

 

2nd Place: Alura Sandoval – 11th Grade – “Improvisation”

 

3rd Place: Lizeth Cisneros – 10th Grade – “Lost City”

 

4th Place: Elijah Chavez – 11th Grade – “Tiempo”

 

Honorable Mention: Janessa Trevino – 12th Grade – “Distant City”

 

WATERCOLOR:

 

5th Place: Nevea Brown – 12th Grade – “Square 1”

 

JEWELRY:

 

Honorable Mention: Dante Nava Atsitty – 10th Grade

 

Congratulations to all the winners.  Special recognition to all the wonderful and inspirational teachers in the Fine Arts Department.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 3/22/18




Audience: Our School, Yearbook, Boys Tennis, Academies / Internships, Model UN, Common Core State Standards, Boys Basketball, Academic Development, Teachers, DECA, Softball, Freshman, Dance, Black Student Union, Poetry Club, Health & Social Science, Film & Technology, Wrestling, Jaguars for Positive Change, Best Buddies, Health & Social Science, Mariachi Herencia, Mock Trial, Staff, Principals, Baseball, Baseball, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, MESA, Associates, Graduation 2018, Counseling, Football, Golf, Homepage, AHA Band, Volleyball, Academic Development, MCJROTC, Poetry Club, College and Career Center, Parents, Graduation 2018, Model UN, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Drama Club, National Honor Society, Cheer, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, Softball, Drama Club, Girls Basketball, Boys Tennis, Common Core State Standards, Swimming, International Business, Athletics, Student Resources, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, Graduation, DECA, French Club, Dream Makers, Contact Us, Golf, National Honor Society, Cross Country, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Law & Public Policy, Girls Soccer, Law & Public Policy, Dance, Swimming, Internships, Boys Track & Field, Family Center, Boys Track & Field, Jaguars for Positive Change, Healthy Relationships, International Business, Speech & Debate, Girls Tennis, Speech & Debate, MESA, Yearbook, Gay-Straight Alliance, Best Buddies, Healthy Relationships, French Club, Sal Treppiedi, Fine Arts, Contact Us, History of Atrisco Heritage, Cheer, Dream Makers, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, College GO Center, Mariachi Herencia, Academies / Internships, Activities, Counseling, Our School, Film & Technology, Black Student Union, Boys Soccer, History of Atrisco Heritage, Volleyball, Gay-Straight Alliance, Homepage, Girls Basketball, Girls Tennis, Activities, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Athletics, Personal/Social Support, Football, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, AHA Band, Girls Track & Field, Fine Arts, Freshman, Graduation, Student Council, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Mock Trial, Library, MCJROTC, Girls Track & Field, Wrestling, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Student Council, Cross Country, Internships, Library and Boys Basketball



 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 3/7/18




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Albuquerque Public Schools recently announced that online registration using the ParentVue system is now possible.

 

CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE ON THE APS WEBSITE.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 3/7/18




Audience: Our School, Yearbook, Boys Tennis, Academies / Internships, Model UN, Common Core State Standards, Boys Basketball, Academic Development, Teachers, DECA, Softball, Freshman, Dance, Black Student Union, Poetry Club, Health & Social Science, Film & Technology, Wrestling, Jaguars for Positive Change, Best Buddies, Health & Social Science, Mariachi Herencia, Mock Trial, Staff, Principals, Baseball, Baseball, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, MESA, Associates, Graduation 2018, Counseling, Football, Golf, Homepage, AHA Band, Volleyball, Academic Development, MCJROTC, Poetry Club, College and Career Center, Parents, Graduation 2018, Model UN, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Drama Club, National Honor Society, Cheer, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, Softball, Drama Club, Girls Basketball, Boys Tennis, Common Core State Standards, Swimming, International Business, Athletics, Student Resources, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, Graduation, DECA, French Club, Dream Makers, Contact Us, Golf, National Honor Society, Cross Country, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Law & Public Policy, Girls Soccer, Law & Public Policy, Dance, Swimming, Internships, Boys Track & Field, Family Center, Boys Track & Field, Jaguars for Positive Change, Healthy Relationships, International Business, Speech & Debate, Girls Tennis, Speech & Debate, MESA, Yearbook, Gay-Straight Alliance, Best Buddies, Healthy Relationships, French Club, Sal Treppiedi, Fine Arts, Contact Us, History of Atrisco Heritage, Cheer, Dream Makers, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, College GO Center, Mariachi Herencia, Academies / Internships, Activities, Counseling, Our School, Film & Technology, Black Student Union, Boys Soccer, History of Atrisco Heritage, Volleyball, Gay-Straight Alliance, Homepage, Girls Basketball, Girls Tennis, Activities, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Athletics, Personal/Social Support, Football, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, AHA Band, Girls Track & Field, Fine Arts, Freshman, Graduation, Student Council, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Mock Trial, Library, MCJROTC, Girls Track & Field, Wrestling, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Student Council, Cross Country, Internships, Library and Boys Basketball

Alma Sanchez - Assistant PrincipalRecently, Atrisco Heritage Academy High School principal, Ms. Irene Cisneros, welcomed a new assistant principal into our family by proclaiming, "Alma Sanchez comes over to AHA from George I. Sanchez Collaborative Community School where she was an assistant principal for the last 3 years.  Alma comes to us with a wealth of knowledge and will be an asset to her position as an AP of Student Services."

 

I’ve worked 12 of my 13 years at schools in this community, which is also my community where I live,” said Ms. Sanchez.  “Most recently, at the middle school I was at, I continually encouraged students to do their best and know that high school graduation wasn’t far away.”

 

Ms. Sanchez will be working with the 9th grade team and overseeing school-wide student supports, community outreach including our family resource center/family engagement.  “Over the past 3 years I had worked with the admin team here at Atrisco in different capacities linking the bridge from Pre-K - 8th grade on through 12th grade.  In that time, I got to experience different facets of the AHA community.  I was excited at the opportunity to work at AHA because I am now able to continue to work with our students through graduation and see them walk down that graduation aisle and become successful contributing citizens.”

 

Ms. Sanchez obtained her MBA degree then went back to Highlands University for an educational leadership certificate for her administration licensure.  

 

“I am very passionate about and always looking for innovate ways to integrate technology in our schools and classrooms. I believe that combining traditional teaching with technology provides students with the tools they need for our ever-changing world and for the careers they will seek in the 21st century.”

 

Leandra Chacon, Class of 2017, and alma Sanchez s daughterMs. Sanchez is originally from Taos, NM, and has resided in Albuquerque for 16 years.  She has lived in our community and the South Valley for seven-plus years.  She has four children - ages 20, 19, 10 and 2.  She enjoys "seeing students in the community" and her daughter, Leandra Chacon, was a 2017 graduate!  According to AHA Principal Irene Cisneros, “She is excited and whole-heartedly looking forward to joining the amazing team at AHA!"

 

Ms. Sanchez says her ultimate goals are “…to assure that all students have the supports and resources needed to have a positive and engaging high school experience so they graduate with essential 21st century skills to become global leaders” and for “…students and their families to have a smooth and informed transition from 8th grade to 9th grade so they are well prepared to make responsible choices for high school.”

 

The Atrisco Heritage Academy High School staff is proud to welcome Ms. Alma Sanchez to our family and we know she will be a tremendous asset to this community and to our students and their families.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 3/1/18




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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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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 2/19/18




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Jaguar Nation:

 

Parent / Teacher Conferences will be taking place on Thursday, March 1st, & Friday, March 2nd.  Please note that classes will not be held on those days.

 

** NEW INFORMATION:

 

Format for conferences:

Thursday - open classrooms, no appointments necessary

 

Friday - by appointment only.  Please reach out to teachers or family center to schedule an appointment.

 

Also happening on Thursday, March 1st and Friday, March 2nd:

 

Next Step Plan: Please come to the Performing Arts Center so you and your student can complete their Next Step Plans (education and career planning that students started 1st semester in advisory).

 

Important: If your student is going to take an AP exam please go to the computer lab in the main cafeteria to see if your student qualifies for the $3.00 discounted price for the exam versus the full $95.00 fee for the exam.

 

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.

 

 

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 2/19/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

As of 4:00 pm, the shelter in place has been lifted.

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Posted by: Brian Beeler, District Admin, Albuquerque Public Schools
Published: 2/15/18




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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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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 1/29/18




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THE AHA JAGUAR CHEER PROGRAM WILL BE HOSTING A JAGUAR JUNIOR CHEER CAMP ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3RD!  PLEASE CONTACT COACH LETICIA MONTANO FOR MORE INFORMATION AT 505.243.1458 EXT. 60132

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Posted by: Leticia Montano
Published: 1/25/18




Audience: Our School, Yearbook, Boys Tennis, Academies / Internships, Model UN, Common Core State Standards, Boys Basketball, Academic Development, Teachers, DECA, Softball, Freshman, Dance, Black Student Union, Poetry Club, Health & Social Science, Film & Technology, Wrestling, Jaguars for Positive Change, Best Buddies, Health & Social Science, Mariachi Herencia, Mock Trial, Staff, Principals, Baseball, Baseball, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, MESA, Graduation 2018, Counseling, Football, Golf, Homepage, AHA Band, Volleyball, Academic Development, MCJROTC, Poetry Club, College and Career Center, Parents, Graduation 2018, Model UN, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Drama Club, National Honor Society, Cheer, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, Softball, Drama Club, Girls Basketball, Boys Tennis, Common Core State Standards, Swimming, International Business, Athletics, Student Resources, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, Graduation, DECA, French Club, Dream Makers, Contact Us, Golf, National Honor Society, Cross Country, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Nusenda Credit Union, Law & Public Policy, Girls Soccer, Law & Public Policy, Dance, Swimming, Internships, Boys Track & Field, Family Center, Boys Track & Field, Jaguars for Positive Change, Healthy Relationships, International Business, Speech & Debate, Girls Tennis, Speech & Debate, MESA, Yearbook, Gay-Straight Alliance, Best Buddies, Healthy Relationships, French Club, Sal Treppiedi, Fine Arts, Contact Us, History of Atrisco Heritage, Cheer, Dream Makers, SOMOS: Students Organizing Minority Opportunities & Success, College GO Center, Mariachi Herencia, Academies / Internships, Activities, Counseling, Our School, Film & Technology, Black Student Union, Boys Soccer, History of Atrisco Heritage, Volleyball, Gay-Straight Alliance, Homepage, Girls Basketball, Girls Tennis, Activities, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Athletics, Personal/Social Support, Football, LGBTQQIP2SAA Resources, AHA Band, Girls Track & Field, Fine Arts, Freshman, Graduation, Student Council, NMEFCU Ambassadors, Mock Trial, Library, MCJROTC, Girls Track & Field, Wrestling, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Student Council, Cross Country, Internships, Library and Boys Basketball

Finals for the first semester will take place the week of December 12th thru 15th.  Here is the schedule:

 

Monday 12/11 - C-Day

 

Tuesday 12/12 - Modified C-Day (1st period Final, 2 hours, 3 min., and 36 minute classes)

 

1st period: 7:25 AM - 9:28 AM (FINAL)

2nd period: 9:35 AM - 10:11 AM

3rd period: 10:18 AM - 10:54 AM

4th period: 11:01 AM - 11:37 AM

5th period: 11:44 AM - 12:25 PM (Class + Announcements)

Lunch: 12:27 PM - 12:57 PM

6th period: 1:05 PM - 1:41 PM

7th period: 1:48 PM - 2:25 PM

 

Wednesday 12/13 - Finals are 2 hours, 3 minutes

3rd period: 7:25 AM to 9:28 AM

5th period: 9:35 AM to 11:38 AM 

Lunch: 11:45 AM to 12:15 PM

7th period: 12:22 PM to 2:25 PM

 

Thursday 12/14 - Finals are 2 hours, 3 minutes

2nd period: 7:25 AM to 9:28 AM 

4th period: 9:35 AM to 11:38 AM

Lunch: 11:45 AM to 12:15 PM

6th period: 12:22 PM to 2:25 PM

 

Friday 12/15 - Make-up Exam Day

 

Please contact either your teacher or administration if you have any questions regarding finals.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 12/4/17




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Recently, eleven members of the Jaguar Pride band participated in a district wide honor band that included all APS High Schools. They rehearsed over 12 hours to put on a fantastic concert on Sunday!

 

"It's a very important step for the growing band program! The students represented our community very well!" Said AHA Band Director, Christina Young.

 

The students selected to represent Atrisco are:

  • Jesus Bolivar
  • Erika Chavez
  • Grace Drew
  • Leslie Fuentes
  • Chantel Grave de Peralta
  • Miguel Miranda
  • Aishah Pulido
  • Charles Sanchez
  • Johanna Sanchez
  • Sylvia Tomasello
  • Monique Vaquera

Congratulations to all these students.

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Posted by: Salvatore Treppiedi
Published: 11/28/17