Fri. May 24th, 2024

Schools prepare their continuous learning plans following NMPED announcement

TEXICO (KSMX)- On Friday, March 27, Governor Lujan Grisham announced that New Mexico public education will shift to a learn-at-home model as schools remain closed for the rest of the academic year. This decision, which was made in consultation with the New Mexico Public Education Department and the New Mexico Department of Health, is part of a two-pronged plan to protect New Mexicans from COVID-19 and ensure that children are protected, fed and educated and that families are supported through this crisis.

All schools in the state of New Mexico are required to submit a continuous learning plan into the New Mexico Public Education Department after the announcement closing all schools across the state.

The Superintendent for Texico School, Robert Brown, commented that Texico schools are continuing to develop their continuous learning plan moving forward.

“As of right now we use and REMIND system that alerts students/parents of information and announcements as well as email,” stated Brown. “We are continuing to develop plans that regard to the education plans moving forward.”

Dual credit students are reported to be working online with their work and non-dual credit students will be working with Microsoft team. Teachers have been instructed to familiarize and work with zoom for virtual lectures for students.

As for the senior, there has not been much conversation when it comes to graduation just yet. “We have had small conversations about graduation for our seniors, but our priority right now is working on an academic plan.”

“We understand this is a tough/confusing time for parents and our students. We just ask for patience and understanding from the school community. As soon as we have information, we will be in touch as soon as possible.”

Clovis Schools’ Superintendent and Deputy Superintendents are working on their continuous learning plan and once it is finalized, the District will distribute the information to staff and Parents.

Floyd Schools will begin distributing instructional packets on April 8. Officials will provide more information later this week.

Clovis Schools’ Superintendent and Deputy Superintendents are working on their continuous learning plan and once it is finalized, the District will distribute the information to staff and Parents.

As soon as other area schools release to information to RooneyMoon Broadcasting, we will notify the public.

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