What does this mean for us? You can still access your coursework online but we will NOT have the building open for you to come in and meet with teachers and you are not required to track 4 hours of school work each day.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
Good afternoon ABQCA families. As we stated yesterday, this is an evolving situation and the information we gave you is now outdated. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered all NM public schools to close until Monday, April 6th.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
If you believe you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, follow the NM Dept of Health guidelines. Call 1-855-600-3453. Also notify Ms. Roble via phone at 505-242-6640 ext 2207.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
If you have traveled outside the State of New Mexico in the past 14 days, call the NM Dept of Health at 1-855-600-3453 for guidance on whether or not you need to self-quarantine. If you are advised to self-quarantine, call Ms. Roble, Principal, at 505-242-6640 ext 2207.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
Those scheduled to complete orientation on Monday, March 16th and Tuesday, March 17th will be rescheduled after spring break. As this is a rapidly evolving event, we will keep you posted as updates become available.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
Scholars who are scheduled to take the NMASR assessment must still attend during open hours to complete the test. Those required to test will be contacted individually to schedule a day and time. Those scheduled for ASVAB testing on 3/25 will still come test.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
For those who need teacher assistance or who do not have access to required technology, the school will be opened on regular school days from 10am to 2pm. Scholars may come onsite during those hours to utilize school resources and have access to face to face teacher assistance.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
As of Monday, March 16th, ABQCA will shift to a distance learning model until spring break. Scholars will be expected to log on remotely and complete 4 hours per day of school work. Scholars will track work on weekly time tracking forms utilized for Independent Study Scholars.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
ABQCA serves the Albuquerque community and surrounding areas. Our scholars reside in both Bernalillo and Santa Fe Counties. We have scholars who have traveled outside the state recently, we are acting out of an abundance of caution to limit our community exposure to COVID-19.
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
Good evening ABQCA families! This is a reminder that there is no school Monday, March 9th. We hope this helps you adjust to the time change that occurred this weekend. As always you can continue to work on your curriculum from home. We will see you Tuesday!
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
Love art? Love Vans? Earning elective credits has never been more fun!
about 4 years ago, Jennie Trinkaus
Love art? Love Vans?
If this is you....way to go!!!
about 4 years ago, Kelly Shelton
Keep going.
Three teachers waiting at the top of the stairs to greet scholars!
about 4 years ago, Amy Roble
Fab 3
Yoga in PE? Yes, its true!
about 4 years ago, Sean Wingfield
Four Women in Yoga Class at the school's gym
Remember you are enough!! I hope everyone has a FANTASTIC day!!
over 4 years ago, Kelly Shelton
You are enough quote.
Congratulations to Mr. Broilo, ABQCA staff member of the month for February!
over 4 years ago, Deb Moya
We are offering the Break Free From Depression course next week in the AM session. Sign up now! See Ms. Shelton, Ms. Garcia, or Ms. Burich to sign up. It's worth .25 credit.
over 4 years ago, Shawn Burich
Hi scholars, don't forget we have our scholar leadership council tomorrow at 11:30. Please come and join us.
over 4 years ago, Amelia Garcia
Hello ABQCA scholars & staff!!! We have some exciting STEM projects coming up this spring, possibly even including sending a small satellite into low Earth orbit!!!! It's called ThinSat, and you can be a part of it. https://www.vaspace.org/index.php/thinsat-program
over 4 years ago, John Broilo
Antares Rocket
Congratulations to Jamie Cardiel for Earning 1.0 credit in US History!
over 4 years ago, Sean Wingfield