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Building A – Mid/High School
Daniella M Nunez

Building B – Elementary
Jessica Correa


All grade levels are in the remote-learning model for the health and safety of all ASE staff and students.

If there are further state/PED mandates, ASE will follow those guidelines and instructions. 

The state has not released hybrid planning information for students in Grades 6-12 (Middle & High School).  

*ASE will continue to offer an online-only model throughout the school year as the state allows.*




ASE recognizes that all families are different and many parents are working full time. All public schools must adhere to the PED requirements for instructional time. This means direct, virtual instruction from a teacher for ⅓ of the class time. We encourage our families to look into childcare programs that will assist with this daily remote learning process. The school will distribute Chromebooks to families in need and we can discuss if your child will need a wifi hot-spot for a childcare facility. 

If you need to discuss your family’s situation further, please contact a member of our Administration team.


Elementary, Grades K-5: ODYSSEYWARE 
Odysseyware Parent User Guide
Odysseyware Student User Interface
Odysseyware - YouTube 
Instructional Design Overview 
Introduction to Odysseyware
Secondary, Grades 6-12:
Quick Start Guide for Parents
Student Intro Video & Student Manual
Edgenuity - YouTube
Student Experience & other videos


Please contact ASE's IT Manager, Mr. Myhmanov, if you are in need of a school Chromebook or WIFI HotSpot. 

Important Note Pertaining to School-Issued Chromebooks: 
Through the use of our school-issued Chromebooks, our students have access to many valuable instructional technology tools as well as Internet access. Our goal is to teach students to utilize these electronic resources to enhance our school’s instructional goals. Per the Children’s Internet Protection Act, ASE has taken precautions to ensure that students are using the Internet and other electronic resources for appropriate educational means by monitoring all school computer equipment and its usage. Although the equipment may not physically be in our building, our school-issued Chromebooks are monitored for safety and security. This includes the web browser, search history, and how the computer is being used. 
School equipment, both on campus and off, is intended for the educational purposes of school only. All inappropriate content, websites, and searches are internally restricted within the computers, flagged within our monitoring system, and a report is sent to our Administration. 
If the students were on campus and inappropriate content was flagged, it would be considered an immediate disciplinary issue. The same disciplinary action will hold for any and all inappropriate behavior conducted through school equipment off-campus. Disciplinary action could include, but is not limited to: parental notification, restricted Chromebook access, required return of school equipment, suspension, and or expulsion. 

General Rules for Student Use of School Equipment and Internet: 
⮚ Student use of instructional media must be in support of grade-appropriate school instruction.
⮚ Students will use respect and show proper care and handling of all equipment. Any student found to be intentionally damaging any software or hardware will be cited for school property abuse and the student’s parent or guardian will be financially responsible for any damages.
⮚ Students are expected to respect and not attempt to by-pass security in place on computers. Changing or attempting to change a computer’s settings is a violation of the acceptable use of our equipment. 
⮚ Students will observe software copyright laws. No students will bring or use software from home to copy on school workstations, nor will students copy school software for personal use.
⮚ When using the Internet, students’ actions will be closely supervised. They will be held responsible for information viewed, received, and sent. 
⮚ Students are expected to respect the work and ownership rights of students, staff, and people outside the building. 

Please see our ASE Student Handbook for further information and expectations of computer/internet usage. 
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a member of our Administration team.




Bernalillo County CARES Housing Assistance Program

MFA Covid-19 Housing Cost Assistance Program

If your family is in need of resources at this time due to COVID-19, please visit or call the respective numbers provided by our state for further information/guidance:

1-855-600-3453 All health-related information, COVID-19 testing & health questions.
1-833-551-0518 All other information including food, supplies, & childcare.  
ASE strongly emphasizes to our community take the health precautions outlined by our government leaders seriously. Please understand and implement these policies into a genuine practice of social distancing and safe health practices.
Thank you all for your understanding, patience, support, and cooperation.

Please be safe and stay well!

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Enrollment Applications for the 2021-2022 School Year will be accepted
from January 15, 2021, through April 15, 2021

Albuquerque School of Excellence is an open-enrollment charter school. Students who will attend K through 12th grades for the 2021-2022 school year from all districts can apply for enrollment.

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