SFPS Schools graduated this last week and it was a huge success! Santa Fe High, Capital, DSA, ECO, and Mandela International Baccalaureate School celebrated their accomplishments with an incredible ceremony and wonderful celebration! We congratulate our graduates and wish them success and good fortune in their next steps in life!
about 11 hours ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
Students stand up for graduation
Superintendent Chavez congratulates student
Student shows off how parents helped her graduate
Students celebrating throwing their hats in the air
Read the informative SFPS' May 26th Bulletin at this link: https://conta.cc/3MWtYDR
5 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
SFPS Bulletin Logo
The City of Santa Fe Presents it's Summer Reading Program! Don't miss out! Registration Opens May 25 - Please see the attached flyer for more information!  The Santa Fe Public Library is excited to invite toddlers, children, and youth up to 17 years of age to participate in “All Together Now,” their 2023 Summer Reading Program! Registration opens on Thursday, May 25, and the program will run through June and July. Children may read independently or be read to by adults and older children. Reading library books, personal books, e-books, and listening to audiobooks all count toward earning prizes. Reading minutes can be tracked by hand or via the Library’s Beanstack portal, which allows participants to log minutes and earn digital badges throughout the program. The Library will hold a variety of programs and events related to Summer Reading over the upcoming months. Visit the Library’s website or any Library location to learn more and sign up when registration opens! All Together Now is sponsored by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library and the New Mexico State Library.
6 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
All Together Now
Capital High School Graduation starts in 15 minutes! Tune in here: https://www.youtube.com/live/j51ShoLY83c?feature=share
6 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools District Office
The new SFPS Bulletin is here! https://conta.cc/438u9RI
12 days ago, Cody Dynarski
SFPS logo with Weekly Bulletin
Today was the amazing Capital High School Senior Parade and College and Career Committment Day! Our graduating seniors walked through the halls of our feeder schools in their caps and gowns, high-fiving the younger students and reconnecting with their old teachers. They finished the parade on the football field, with schools and organizations across New Mexico to discuss their future. A special thanks to Gear Up for all the amazing work they do to put on such an engaging event for our students! The parade was a beautiful celebration of the achievements of these amazing students, and a tribute to the incredible educators and role models who have supported them throughout their academic journey. It was a powerful reminder of the importance of community and the incredible impact that we can have on each other's lives. As we watched the graduating seniors walk through the halls, we saw the looks of pride and admiration on the faces of the younger students. It was a beautiful reminder that these graduating seniors were once in their shoes and that they too can achieve great things with hard work and dedication. We are so grateful to the incredible teachers, staff members and community members who have supported these students throughout their academic journey. We are proud of each and every one of our graduating seniors, and we know that they will go on to do incredible things in the future.
19 days ago, Cody Dynarski
two female students walking down the hallways high fiving students
student hugging a happy teacher
male student high fiving a kindergartener
two female student posing for a photo
capital students walking down a field
female student high fiving students
3 male students signing a banner
superintedent Chavez giving knucles to a student
AP Vigil falling in the dunk tank
gear up new mexico hat
Check out the SFPS Bulletin for the week of May 12th, 2023! https://bit.ly/3pr84za
19 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
SFPS Bulletin Logo
Last night's Board of Education meeting was a big one! Not only was the budget approved, but we also honored our New Mexico School Board Association "Excellence in Student Achievement" award winners and our Student Board Members! Congratulations to the winners of the New Mexico School Board Association Excellence in Student Achievement Award! Your efforts have really made a difference in the lives of your students and the community, and you should be incredibly proud of what you have accomplished! We also want to express our heartfelt gratitude to the Student Board Members for their unwavering dedication and commitment to improving our schools. Your insights, perspectives, and contributions have been invaluable, and we appreciate all that you do to make a positive difference in our schools.
20 days ago, Cody Dynarski
NMSBA award winners posing around the dias
Board members, student board members and Superintendent posing for a photo in front of the dias
Multiple school districts throughout the state have received social media threats against schools. SFPS and SFPD are taking precautionary measures to ensure the safety at our schools. The City of Santa Fe and SFPD are working directly with the FBI on the threat, which appears to be a hoax. There is no immediate threat towards any SFPS school.
21 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools District Office
Multiple school districts throughout the state have received social media threats against schools. SFPS and SFPD are taking precautionary measures to ensure the safety at our schools. The City of Santa Fe and SFPD are working directly with the FBI on the threat, which appears to be a hoax. There is no immediate threat towards any SFPS school.
21 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools District Office
Happy School Lunch Hero Day to all the hardworking student nutrition workers out there! Today we celebrate and thank you for your tireless dedication to ensuring that our children receive healthy and nutritious meals every day. Your commitment to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment in the school cafeteria is truly appreciated. We recognize the long hours and hard work you put in to make sure that every student is fed and cared for. Thank you for all that you do!
26 days ago, Cody Dynarski
female student nutrition worker reaching for salad in a bin
Female student nutrition worker putting salad on a tray
See this week's SFPS Bulletin celebrating our 2023 retirees and Asian American/Pacific Islander Month - https://bit.ly/3nyVEEY
26 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
SFPS Bulletin Logo
Congratulations to the Capital High School athletes that signed their Letters of Intent yesterday! Eric Sanchez, Anthony Anaya, Victor Aguiler, Santos Salazar and Lazarth Griego committed to play football at Highlands University! Ernesto “Tito” Valencia will be headed to UNM for cheerleading! Luna Community College will be adding Anika Rodriguez to their softball roster! Athena Grimley will be heading north to the University of Minnesota Morris for softball!
28 days ago, Cody Dynarski
Capital High School athletes sitting at a table in the gym signing their Letter of Intent
It's SFPS' Kickoff to Summer with Literacy All Around Us! On May 13th, 2023 from Noon - 4PM, it will be a festive and engaging time at Nina Otero Community School! Please see the attached flyers for more information on all the fun activities!
29 days ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
Literacy Summer flyer 2023 English
Literacy kickoff flyer Spanish
We've just released the April 28th, 2023 Bulletin for SFPS! Catch it here: https://bit.ly/3LEp4La
about 1 month ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
SFPS Weekly Bulletin
Congratulations to all of the Capital High School students who participated in the 33rd Annual Supercomputing Challenge! Team 9 (Zachariah Burch, Isel Aragon, Britny Marquez, Daniel Leon, sponsored by Barbara Teterycz and Mentor David Ritter) was named one of nine finalists! Team 9 also took home the Community Impact Award for their robotic fire and fire weathering measuring system named Smokey (seen below)! Team 8 (Julia Almeida, Leslie Gutierrez, Guadalupe Rojo, LaTrisha Padilla, sponsored by Irina Cislaru and Mentor Jon Brown) won the New Mexico Technology in Education (NMTIE) Teamwork Award for their project, Analyzing the Impact of COVID and its Correlation with Vaccines! Barbara Teterycz also took home a Teacher Appreciation Award, and 3 CHS students (Isel Arragon, Zachariah Burch and Daniel Leon) also received scholarships! Congratulations to all!
about 1 month ago, Cody Dynarski
Smokey, the fire and fire weather monitoring device
All Capital High School Supercomputing students and staff holding certificates and banner
Youth Leaders from North East New Mexico are having a "By Youth, For Youth" Summit at West Las Vegas High School! This will be a student run discussion about what matters to the Youth of New Mexico and will feature special guest Senator Ben Ray Lujan! Please see the flyer for sign up information and how to participate!
about 1 month ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
By Youth, For Youth Summit Flyer
We have TWO more focus group sessions left! The Reimagining Committee has added two more dates for parents and teachers to share their big ideas to reimagine public education in Santa Fe! April 26th: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm (Teachers) April 27th: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm (Parents) To join the meetings, please click on the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85830690912
about 1 month ago, Cody Dynarski
Reimagining Santa Fe Public Schools, Share your BIG IDEAS to Reimagine Public Education in Santa Fe, Attend an Upcoming Focus Group, Email reimagining@sfps.k12.nm.us
Please see this week's SFPS Bulletin for April 21st, 2023: https://bit.ly/3UZjWnZ
about 1 month ago, Santa Fe Public Schools
Thank you to U.S. Department of Education Deputy Secretary Cindy Marten for spending yesterday touring Ramirez Thomas Elementary and Capital High School on her "Raise the Bar: Lead the World" Tour! To learn more about "Raise the Bar: Lead the World" visit https://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/secretary-cardona-announces-us-department-educations-%E2%80%9Craise-bar-lead-world%E2%80%9D-initiative
about 1 month ago, Cody Dynarski
SFPS BOE President Sarah Boses, US DOE Deputy Secretary of Education Cindy Marten, New Mexico Secretary of Education Dr. Arsenio Romero and SFPS Superintedent Hilario "Larry" Chavez lifting a weight bar to symbolize "Raising the Bar"
US DOE Deputy Secretary Cindy Marten observing students
Long rectangle table of students, SFPS staff and US DOE Deputy Secretary Cindy Marten