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Posted by: Dana Lee
Published: 9/15/17




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La Cueva High School is proud to announce that we have 13 seniors who were recently named as National Merit Semi-Finalists by the National Merit Scholarship Program. 


They earned this honor by scoring in the top 1% on the PSAT taken in their junior year. These students will work to fulfill several requirements to advance to Finalist status throughout their senior year. Many schools around the nation offer full-ride scholarships for students named as Semi-Finalists and Finalists. In addition to school-based scholarships, these academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered next spring.

 

Congratulations Bears!

 

Thomas A. Brown

Gabriel A. Cuneo

Kaan Dokmeci

Matthew J. Eck

Emma H. Hazard

Akshay Jain

Abigail R. Jones

Nicholas D. Justice

Brandon M. Limary

Siddharth Namachivayam

Daniel T. Ndibongo

Megan J. Tran

Elizabeth M. Vaughan

 


 

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Published: 9/14/17




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Published: 9/12/17




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Monday- Frat Day

Tuesday- Scrub Day

Wednesday- Class Color War Day

Thursday- Spirit Day

Friday- Tacky Tropical Day

Saturday- Tropical Paradise, DANCE 8-11pm in the Main Gym

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Published: 8/24/17




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Published: 8/23/17




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Published: 8/22/17




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Any Junior or Senior LCHS athlete who would like to volunteer to read to elementary students during 6th or 7th period should pick up an application in the Counseling Office.  For more information see your Counselor.  Applications must be completed and returned to Mrs. Easton by September 15.

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Published: 8/17/17




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Published: 8/16/17




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The MaxPreps Cup standings placed LCHS as the fifth best all-around athletic program in the country for the 2016-2017 school year. Standings are determined by awarding points for teams that win a state title or finish second. For more information, visit maxpreps.com.

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Published: 8/15/17




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Published: 8/3/17




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Student Dress Code 2017-2018

 

La Cueva High School will not change the student dress code for academic year 2017-2018. All La Cueva students will continue to follow APS Dress Code regulations as detailed in the APS Student Handbook, and reiterated in the La Cueva High School Student Handbook. When purchasing clothing for school, please note the following guidelines:

 

  • All clothing must have sleeves
  • All skirts and shorts must exceed the length of the student’s fingertips in the front and the back as they place their extended hands by their sides, with shoulders relaxed; the fingertip requirement also applies to clothing with holes or mesh cut-outs.
  • Blouses, pants, shorts and skirts shall be worn so that no undergarments can be seen (this includes blouses with v-cut backs).
  • Clothing should not be sheer or overly revealing, and bare midriffs are not acceptable.

 

Please see the LCHS Student Handbook for additional specific dress code criteria.

 

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Posted by: Leigh Arnett
Published: 7/18/17




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Contact Moji Studios at 255-6424 or MojiStudios.com

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Published: 6/27/17




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Published: 5/5/17




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Details on the Graduation and Honors Assembly can be found on the Graduation and Honors Assembly Handout. This includes parking information for Tingley Coliseum.  For more information also visit http://lacueva.aps.edu/Classof2017.

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Posted by: Debra Chandler
Published: 4/30/17




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La Cueva Parents and Community Members: On Monday, April 10 at 6:00pm La Cueva High School will host its fourth parent forum of the year in the PAC (Performing Arts Center). Please join us in attending a presentation hosted by Albuquerque Police Detective, Detective Don Roberts, and his team from Child Exploitation Services on Internet and Social Media Safety. Detective Roberts and his team will provide information on ways to help keep your students safe from the potential dangers linked to the Internet and social media.

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Published: 4/5/17




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Published: 3/29/17




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Published: 3/17/17




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Published: 3/7/17




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Want to attend the Girls Basketball State game(s)?  This form needs to be filled out and given to the Attendants Office in order to be excused for 6th period Tuesday and Thursday.  Remember, to finalize the excuse, the bottom portion of this form and the entry ticket must be turned in after the game(s).

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Published: 3/6/17




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7:25 - 8:01     1st per

8:08 - 8:44     2nd per

8:51 - 8:56     3rd per (attendance and move to assembly)

9:03 - 10:03   Music Performance Assembly

10:10-10:41   3rd per

10:48-11:24   4th per

11:31-12:07   5th per

12:14-12:59   LUNCH / Electives Fair in Gym

1:06 - 1:42     6th per

1:49 - 2:25     7th per

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Posted by: Dana Lee
Published: 2/21/17




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A Message from the Superintendent

 

 

I recently joined a group of La Cueva athletes visiting E.G. Ross Elementary for Jammie Read Day. The older students sat on the gym floor with small groups of pajama-clad first graders and read them "The Hog Mollies and the Rocky Road Relay Race," a book that encourages children to try their best and stay in the race no matter what.


Boy, if that isn’t symbolic of the work we do, not just the book’s positive message, but the interaction between the young children who are just beginning their educational journey and the high schoolers who are wrapping it up.

As I sat on the floor next to a friendly female athlete in spirit wear and a sweet little boy in Spiderman jammies, I reflected on how public education begins and ends pretty much in the same place – a place of wonderment and possibilities but also of anxiety and unknowns. 

 

What we do as educators has an impact on this place, on the future of these students on both ends of the educational spectrum. Our good days, our bad days, our smart choices, our bad decisions – they can make a difference in the education, in the lives, of these children and young adults.

 

It’s something we should consider every day.

 

The program that brought the elementary and high school students together started five years ago by Debora Easton, a counselor at La Cueva who patterned it after a similar program for college athletes at her alma mater, Ohio State University. Its purpose is to inspire the younger students to want to do well in school and value reading.

“Not only do the elementary students benefit from this experience, but the athletes are provided an opportunity to give back to the community. They also reflect upon their journey through school and see firsthand how important mentors are in each person's life,” Ms. Easton said.

 

More than 60 LCHS Bears make three visits a year to neighboring Hubert Humphrey, Dennis Chavez, North Star, Double Eagle and E.G. Ross, where they read to the elementary school children, share a love of learning and serve as role models. These visits remind me of the days when I was a cluster principal helping to connect elementary schools with middle and high schools where many of the students would eventually attend. As I mentioned before, it’s an organizational approach we’re now revisiting.

 

One of my favorite things about the La Cueva and E.G. Ross relationship is the end-of-the-year return by seniors who march down the hall of the elementary school in cap and gown, celebrating the capstone of their public school quest to the cheers of inspired young fans in the midst of theirs.

 

I’d love to see all of our high school seniors make a trip back to their elementary school in cap and gown to celebrate their accomplishment and to encourage the children who are following in their footsteps. That continuum of learning makes my job, makes our careers, worthwhile.

 


 

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Published: 2/17/17




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Posted by: Debra Chandler
Published: 2/16/17




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Lauren Donahue, a student at La Cueva High School, has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award. 

 

The award, which recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities and their country, was granted by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program on behalf of the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation. La Cueva High School nominated Lauren for national honors this fall in recognition of her volunteer service.

 

Lauren has volunteered over 400 hours in the pediatric intensive care and neonatal intensive care units at a local hospital providing comfort and support to families, patients and caregivers.  In her junior year, she decided to volunteer at a local Emergency Room but she always wondered where the patients went after they were admitted and that led to her to the intensive care units.  Lauren states “On the outside, I am just a girl in a red shirt and khakis wandering around a circular unit; however, the services I provide go beyond physical appearances. I help to lessen the effects of depression in older teens with cancer and I provide exhausted parents a needed break. My volunteer work is, without a doubt, one of the best choices I could have made thus far.”

 

Lauren hopes to attend the University of Southern California to pursue an undergraduate degree in Global Health with her ultimate goal to become a Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon.  Debra Chandler, the College and Career Readiness Counselor at La Cueva High School, describes Laruen as one of the most driven students she has had the pleasure of working with. It is rare to find a student in high school that knows exactly what they want to do in life, but Lauren does. She has taken steps in high school to gain hands on experience in her chose field which has led to a deeper understanding of what it will take to be an amazing doctor.  Most importantly, Lauren has learned the necessity of caring for the patient and their families not just treating them.

 

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, sponsored by Prudential Financial in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), recognizes middle level and high school students across America for outstanding volunteer service.

 

“The recipients of these awards demonstrate that young people across America are making remarkable contributions to the health and vitality of their communities,” said John Strangfeld, chairman and CEO of Prudential Financial.  “By recognizing these students and placing a spotlight on their volunteer activities, we hope to motivate others to consider how they can also contribute to their community.”

 

"Demonstrating civic responsibility through volunteerism is an important part of life," said NASSP Executive Director JoAnn Bartoletti.  "These honorees practice a lesson we hope all young people, as well as adults, will emulate."

 

Prudential Spirit of Community Award applications were distributed nationwide last September through middle level and high schools, Girl Scout councils, county 4-H organizations, American Red Cross chapters, YMCAs and HandsOn Network affiliates.  These schools and officially-designated local organizations nominated Local Honorees, whose applications were advanced for state-level judging. In addition to granting President’s Volunteer Service Awards on behalf of the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards selected State Honorees, Distinguished Finalists and Certificate of Excellence recipients. Volunteer activities were judged on criteria including personal initiative, creativity, effort, impact and personal growth.

 

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Posted by: Debra Chandler
Published: 2/15/17




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After years of planning, we are finally beginning construction at La Cueva High School! The process will begin next week. A new wing will be added to the northeast side of campus to service our special education programs, and a new weight room, along with other renovations to the gym and locker rooms, will begin on the northwest side of campus. We are very excited about our 30 year old campus receiving a much-needed ‘face-lift’! Though some current parking lots will have restricted access during construction, there is plenty of parking to accommodate our staff and students. Should traffic patterns along Wilshire, Wyoming or Alameda be impacted during this process, we will communicate the information on the La Cueva website. Please don’t hesitate to contact our Administrative Office with questions or concerns. Construction is scheduled to conclude during the spring of 2018.

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Published: 2/8/17




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Published: 2/8/17




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Library, 6:00-7:30pm

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Posted by: Dana Lee
Published: 2/6/17




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The University of New Mexico School of Law, DiscoverLaw.org and the student organizations are bringing high school students in New Mexico the exciting opportunity to meet professionals in the legal field and learn about many of the diverse paths to law school.  This is a free event open to anyone interested in attending law school.  Information will include the path to a legal career with current law students, a panel of leading legal professionals, admissions officers from undergraduate and graduate schools, a free lunch, and materials for all participants.  All students of every background are welcome and encouraged to attend at no cost!

 

The event will take place on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the University of New Mexico School of Law from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM and is free of charge to all attendees.  Use the links below, to register online.

 

Digital Flyer: 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B06DYKV8jwXjT25fZE5DVU9BMnM/view?usp=sharing

 

Online Registration Form: https://goo.gl/forms/OmlDN9toM2B8P22f2

 

Digital Photograph Consent Form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6O6MkMpAOuOQUhuYTZ0dmh0VVk/view?usp=sharing

 

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Posted by: Debra Chandler
Published: 2/1/17




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We’re very excited to announce an upcoming Perry Outreach Program on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM. The Perry Outreach Program is a free, one-day, hands-on experience for high school and college-aged women who are interested in pursuing careers in medicine and engineering. Students will hear from women leaders in these fields and try it for themselves by performing mock orthopaedic surgeries and biomechanics experiments.

 

We are now seeking applicants for our Albuquerque, NM program. Participants should be women in grades 10 and up with an expressed interest in science, medicine and/or engineering.  We would very much appreciate if you could pass this information along to any high school principals, high school science teachers or high school students you may know.  Applicants should be directed to fill out our online application in advance of the February 5, 2017 application deadline.

 

Additional information can be found on our website: www.perryinitiative.org

 

The application may be accessed directly using the following link: http://perryinitiative.org/programs/student-online-application/

More information and a printable flyer for this event can be found here. Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions you may have.  Again, we sincerely appreciate your help in identifying qualified applicants for our program.

 

All the best,

 

Manuela Restrepo, Program Coordinator 

 

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Posted by: Debra Chandler
Published: 2/1/17




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La Cueva has the best teachers around! They go above and beyond to help student learn and succeed and Albuquerque the Magazine wants to recognize these teacher in their 2017 Above and Beyond Teacher Awards. The deadline is this Friday, February 3rd so please take a moment to recognize our amazing teachers! 

 

Click here for the nomination form.
 

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Published: 1/31/17




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Published: 1/9/17




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Published: 1/8/17




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UPDATE - As of 7:15 a.m., classes have been cancelled for all APS schools.

 

As of 4:49 a.m., Classes have been canceled for East Mountain Schools. This cancellation applies to:

    • Manzano High School students who live in the East Mountains
    • Roosevelt Middle School
    • San Antonito Elementary
    • A. Montoya Elementary

All other APS schools are operating on a two-hour delay.

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Published: 1/6/17




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Published: 12/4/16




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La Cueva is pleased to announce it's first induction class into the Athletic Hall of Fame.  These people not only left their mark on La Cueva as student/athletes but also in their post high school careers.  These inductees will be introduced in-between the boys and girls basketball game on November 22 around 7:00 pm.  We hope to see you there!

 

Kurston McMurray  1990         Leslie Hammond  1996

Brian Hayden          1990         Mindy Mizell         1996

Doug Zembiec         1991         Nick Andrews       1997

Tammy Pearman     1991         Alaena Chilson     1999

Nikki Knutson          1993         Amy Warner          2000

AJ Bramlett              1995        Nick Speegle         2000

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Posted by: Lee Moores
Published: 11/16/16




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Abigail Lutz, a senior at La Cueva High School, entered an essay contest through the NM Human Rights Organization and is one of only ten in the United States to move on to the next round. With this great accomplishment, she has won a trip to Amsterdam, Germany, and Poland to participate in the Model International Criminal Court.

 

Good Luck Abigail!

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Published: 11/14/16




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Published: 11/10/16




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Published: 10/31/16




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LA CUEVA HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS ARE LEAVING A LEGACY WITH WENDY’S HIGH SCHOOL HEISMAN

The National Award Program Releases the Names of 2016 State Finalists and School Winners

Wendy’s® has recognized two La Cueva High School student in the 2016 Wendy’s® High School Heisman®. This program recognizes high character student-athletes who have displayed excellence and integrity both on and off the field. For these students, taking the easy way out or cutting corners isn’t an option and Wendy’s is proud to honor their dedication. This year, Lauren Donahue and Rowan Hart were selected as School Winners and Lauren Donahue was named a State Finalist. The State Finalists will go on to compete for the title of State Winner, where, for the first time ever, one male and one female student from each state will also receive a Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship. Each State Finalist will receive a bronze medal, a Wendy’s High School Heisman State Finalist patch and a $25 Wendy’s gift card. School Winners will receive a certificate and Wendy’s High School Heisman patch. A complete list can be find at www.wendysheisman.com/results/.

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Posted by: Debra Chandler
Published: 10/21/16




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PARENTS AND STUDENTS

 

Starting Monday, October 24, 2016

 

Due to student safety concerns, we will no longer be able to accept any food items. This includes lunches and food for classrooms.

 

Parents are welcome to meet their student in the front of the school during their lunch period to drop off food to their student.

 

Thank you for your cooperation. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

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Published: 10/18/16




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Seniors and Senior Parents:

 

In addition to visiting with the college representatives at College Night on Monday, October 17th, we will have staff on hand to help seniors and parents set up their FSA ID. The FSA ID is your required username and password that the student and one parent will use to sign the FAFSA.  The FAFSA is the application used to apply for Federal Student Aid including federal and state grants, work study and federal student loans.  In addition, some colleges require a completed FAFSA to be on file to be considered for scholarships. For instance, UNM, NMSU and CNM all have scholarships that you can only be considered for if you have a completed FAFSA on file.  You do not have to have financial need to qualify for these scholarships, you simply have to complete the FAFSA application.  The first step in this process is to set up your FSA ID.  So plan on stopping by the library during the College Night to get help setting it up.

 

The online application that you will complete will ask for basic demographic information (name, address, birth date and email address) also will ask for each person’s (student and parent) Social Security Number to verify identity. Since this username and password are used to sign your federal financial aid application they verify your information with the Social Security Administration through this process.  So please make sure you know or bring your Social Security Number with you to complete the set up process. 


Finally,  the FAFSA is open for students to start at any time. If you need assistance completing the application or need help, do not hesitate to email me. I am the FAFSA trainer for the state so I typically know the answers. If I don’t, I know where to go to find out. More information on the Federal Student Aid Programs and the FAFSA application can be found at fafsa.gov

 

Sincerely,

Debra Chandler

College and Career Readiness Counselor

La Cueva High School

debra.chandler@aps.edu

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Posted by: Debra Chandler
Published: 10/14/16




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Please join us on Monday, October 17th for our annual College Night.  We are very excited with the quality of colleges joining us for this event (click here to see a list of participants).  We want to encourage all students (all grade levels) and parents to attend. Students will be able to explore colleges, learn about majors, extracurricular activities.  Also, it is important to learn about admissions and scholarship requirements. A lot of the representatives who attend are the people that will be reading our students' applications when they apply for admissions. Representatives repeatedly report that the number of contacts a student has with representatives can have a positive impact on the application review process. These college representatives stay in town an extra night specifically to come to La Cueva. They comment on the quality of our students and the amazing questions they have.  

 

On October 17th, we will start in the PAC with presentations from UNM and NMSU on admissions requirements and scholarship opportunities. Then from 6:30 - 8:00 pm the representatives will be in the Concourse to visit with all of you.  

 

I look forward to seeing you all on Monday!

 

Debra Chandler

College and Career Readiness Counselor

 

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Published: 10/14/16




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Free student flu shot clinic Tuesday, 10/25/16 in the health office.  Parental consent form available under Quick Links below or pick up in health office. Form is due 10/21/16 in health office.

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La Cueva High School Presents

Academic Letter Program 2016

In an effort to recognize academic achievement, the La Cueva High School PTA sponsors the Academic Letter Program.  Students receiving an Academic Letter have demonstrated the highest level of dedication to academic excellence.

 

All qualified applicants will be recognized at the Academic Letter Ceremony in the La Cueva Main Gym on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 7:00 pm.

 

The qualifications for earning the Academic Letter are described in the application.  Completed applications are due by noon, October 5, 2016 and must be turned in to the Academic Letter Box in the counseling office. 

 

If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Jenson at (505)359-9072.

 

You will be notified by mail if you qualify to receive an Academic Letter or Star.  Also, the Student ID numbers of all students that qualify will be posted in the counseling office no later than October 10, 2016.

 

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Published: 9/14/16




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Fall Practice ACT Test and Teach-Back: 

NOTE:  SATURDAY TEST DATE

 

This is an opportunity for your college bound student to practice a “real” ACT in an actual test administration setting.  The fall practice ACT will be offered on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2016  from  9:00 am to 12:00 pm.  Testing will be held in the Lecture Hall and C-Hall classrooms.  Please bring a calculator and  #2 pencils. 

 

Registration will be on Thursday, Sept 22, and Friday, Sept. 23 in the counseling area during lunch.  Cost for the test is $15.00 (cash or check, payable to LCHS PTA).  This test is open to all students, but is particularly helpful to Junior and Senior students who plan to take the national ACT exam this fall.

 

The parent/student meeting for test interpretation (teach-back) will be on Wednesday, September 28  at 6:30 pm in the C-Hall area classrooms and/or the Lecture Hall.   Omniac Education will provide valuable test-taking tips while you review and pick up your scores.  Plan to stay 1 to 1.5 hours. Test scores not picked up on September 28 can be picked up from the counseling secretary, Ms. Bash following September 28.

 

If your student cannot attend the fall Practice ACT, there will be another Practice ACT offered in the spring semester, generally in February.

 

For additional information contact Tammy Hebner at 505-228-6890

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Published: 9/5/16




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Congratulations to all staff and students for earning an A on the 2016-2017 School Report Card. Go Bears!

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Posted by: Dana Lee
Published: 9/2/16




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Only 173 schools nation-wide earn this prestigious honor. Read more about it in Ms. Lee's letter to the community.

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Posted by: Dana Lee
Published: 9/2/16




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Posted by: Dana Lee
Published: 9/2/16