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Before & After School Care Program

Dear Parent,

Albuquerque School of Excellence provides Before & After School Care for its students. Please read below and choose the right option for you and your kids.
Before Care:
Parents who need to drop off their kids early in the morning because of the work schedule can enroll their child to Before School Care Program. This program will be free of charge to siblings of middle and high school students. Since grade 7th-12th starts at 7:38 in the morning and if you have kids attending elementary and middle high as well then your elementary kids will be supervised until 8:30 am for free. All other students will be charged $50 per month. Students will be supervised between 7:30 am and 8:30 am. Monday thru Friday.

After School Care:
If you are not available to pick your child during dismissal time, ASE provides an afterschool care program for you starting the second day of school.

Afterschool care starts at 2:45 and ends at 5:30 pm. Students will be supervised inside from 2:30-5:30 PM After 5:30 PM, there will be no supervision by ASE staff and students will not be allowed to stay in the building. ASE is not responsible for students that are not picked up after 5:30 PM. The payment for August is due at the registration. August & December payment will be half of the regular fee. Payments in cash will not be accepted.

We just started accepting applications for the program. If you have not applied yet, please download the form below and return it to front office with the payment soon. There will be a table on student Orientation Day to get the registration and payment as well.

Afterschool Care Application Form.

Student Orientation-August 8, 2016

Student Orientation will take place on August 8, 2016. Parents and students will have a chance to meet with the teachers and tour the school. We look forward to seeing you in the orientation where you will find answers to your questions.

Orientation Day Schedule:

1st - 5th grades 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Lunch Break 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

6th - 12th grades 1:00 p. m. - 5:00 p.m.

Click here for Orientation Day Check List

Dress Code Policy-Amended

As authorized by state law and the school’s charter, students are required to wear uniforms to school. The school’s uniform policy and grooming standards are established to teach grooming and hygiene, creates a safe and orderly environment, instill discipline, and eliminate competition and distractions caused by varied dress styles. Students are expected to arrive in a proper school uniform every day, display modesty and neatness, and take pride in their uniforms. The school relies on student common sense and the support of parents to help maintain this dress code.

Please Click Here to Read Policy.

100% College Acceptance Rate

We are honored to announce that all seniors in Class of 2016 have received at least one 4-year college acceptance. All students at Albuquerque School of Excellence are College Ready, Career Ready and Life Ready.

First Day of School for 2016-2017 SY

Dear Parents,

We have two different start times this year. Grade 1-6 will start on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 and grade 7-12 will start on Thursday, August 11, 2016.

First period for Elementary( Gr.1-6) will start at 8:30 am every day.

First period for Middle-High( Gr.7-12) will start at 7:38 am every day.

Before School Care will be provided to parents who go to work earlier than 8:30 am. Before Care will start at 7:30 am. If you have a multiple kid in different grade ( Elementary & Middle-High) then before care will be free of charge for your kids. Registration will start later July.

August 9, 2016. All elementary (gr.1-6) students must report to school before 8:30 am. Earliest time that students can be dropped off is 8:15 am. All students will be taken to their homeroom by 8:40 am and will stay there for the first period.

During this time teachers will:
-Pass out student schedules.
-Go over the bell schedule and a map with teacher room numbers.
-Explain the warning bell and passing period.

School Supply List for 2016-2017 SY

1st Grade Supply List

2nd Grade Supply List

3rd Grade Supply List

4th Grade Supply List

5th Grade Supply List

Middle School Supply List

High School Supply List

Academic Calendar for 2016-2017 School Year

Click here to download the Calendar

Apply for a Teaching Position for 2016-17 School Year!

Albuquerque School of Excellence will be expanding the building and opening new sections in different grade levels therefore ASE is seeking dedicated teachers for the following positions; Full time Teachers for Math, Science and Gifted. NM teaching license is required for teaching positions.

Please click here to apply online or email your resume to info@abqse.org or mail to Albuquerque School of Excellence 13201 Lomas Blvd. Albuquerque, NM 87112.

Bell Schedule for 2016-2017 School Year

ASE’s school day will begin at 7:38 am. and end at 2:52 pm for 7-12 grade Middle and High School students Monday through Thursday.

Elementary ( Grade 1-6) will start at 8:30 am and will be dismissed at 2:57 pm Monday through Thursday.

All students will be dismissed at 1:33 pm on Friday.
The campus is available for student drop-off Monday through Friday at 7:30a.m. All students must be picked up by 3:15 pm (M-TH) and 1:45 pm on Friday. For safety reasons, please do not drop off students before 7:30a.m. and pick up no later than specified above time.

Before School Care and Afterschool care will be available for our students. Before Care will be free to siblings and will be available to other students at a reasonable cost if you would like to drop your kids off earlier than 8:30 am. After school Care will be availabe to all students as well at a reasonable fee as well.

Before School and Afterschool care fees will be announced soon.

Click here for Bell Schedule

Advanced Placement Summer Reading Assignment

The purpose of summer assignments is to continue skill practice and to develop necessary "habits of mind" beyond the school year. Summer assignments promote an early start to academic thinking and skill application while supporting common literary experiences that foster immediate instructional opportunities once students arrive on campus in August. We hope you find this resource helpful.
9th Grade-Class of 2020: NM History Reading Assignment

10th Grade-Class of 2019: AP World History Reading Assignment

11th Grade-Class of 2018: AP Summer Reading Assignments

12th Grade-Class of 2017: AP Summer Reading Assignments & AP Calculus Assignment

School Uniforms are on Sale Now! Have Limited Size and Amount-$10

All students must wear the ASE School uniform shirt or may be substituted with a plain red/blue polo shirt with school logo on it.

If there is no available size at school, parents may buy plain red polo shirt for middle and elementary or plain blue polo shirt for high school students.If you choose to purchase plain polo shirt then school patch must be purchased from school and must be stitched or ironed on plain polo shirts. All students must wear uniform with school logo on it. Exception: If you have old school uniform with no logo you do not have to buy patch for that.

School Uniform With or Without Logo: $10
Only School Patch :$5

Pre-Order ASE Varsity Sweatshirt Jacket for Next School Year

Students will be allowed to wear only ASE Varsity Sweatshirt Jacket in the building starting next year. We have a sample displayed in the lobby. You can order it now by paying $25 and save $5 or wait for next year and pay $30. Order forms are available at the front desk as well.

Jackets will be ready by late July and will be given to students during orientation day or earlier.

Click here for Order Form

Dual Enrollment at UNM and CNM

ASE students may take dual credit classes at UNM and CNM Campuses. A dual credit course is a college course taken by a high school student for which the student earns both college and high school credit. Dual credit courses are typically taught at the high school on college campuses. Dual credit is successful because the program offers something for everyone involved and help students and parents save money for college.

Starting from Summer Semester, upcoming sophomores or upper classmen may register classes at CNM whereas upcoming juniors and seniors may register at UNM. Click here to access more information about Dual Credit Program and Textbook Request

ASE Letterman Jacket Policy for High School Students

School letter awards contribute to a culture of school spirit and accomplishment. This letter jacket policy presents guidelines for eligibility and display of letter awards.

High school students who achieve outstanding results in academic or sports endeavors at ASE will be awarded a school letter during the annual end of year awards ceremony. After student earn the ltter, they should order their letterman jacket.

Letter jackets shall be maroon with sleeves of gold, maroon, white, cream or black. Students may further decorate their jackets as appropriate with their name, date of graduation, and Phoenix patches.

Click here for Letterman Jacket Policy

Istation-Reading Program for K-8 Grade Students is Available Now!

Dear Parent,
An extra Reading source is available to ASE students. We started using it since last week as a pilot program in school and will be available to parents to help their kids at home by 2016-17 School Year. Istation is an online comprehensive reading and intervention program for grades K-8 that delivers research based individualized instruction and provides teachers and parents with the information, resources, and materials needed to help students become successful readers.
Please click here for Istation

Downlaod ASE Parent Mobile App

ASE ParentMobile is for parents of Albuquerque School of Excellence. Parents can keep in contact with the school and track your child's progress. Please download only if you have a valid username and password for the school database. If you have the app from last year, you need to download the new one.

SIMS-Database (School Information Management System) application can keep track of student's progress. Please download only if you have a valid username and password provided by the school that uses SIMS database. This program is designed to work with IOS 4 and higher versions.

Application features:
-Access to information about your child's grades, homework, discipline points, attendance, bell schedule, payments, calendar and school news.
-Receive push notifications about your child's progress (grades, homework, discipline points, attendance) and school news and events.
-Support for access to multiple student accounts.
-One click login, once you save your child's login information.

Please type “SIMS Database” in googleplay or Itunes and find the Mobile App icon shown above. Then find the school name and state and enter your child name and password Or you can download the app by copying the below links into your browser.

ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sims-database/id972432826?mt=8

Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.simsdatabase.hsims&hl=en

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via email info@abqse.org.

SchoolStore Helps ASE

Dear Parents,

We are excited to announce that our students will receive their choice of several great prizes and a chance to win an Apple Ipad mini , just for helping us spread the word about ASE's participation in SchoolStore.

SchoolStore.com is n online shopping mall with over 400 merchants incluiding Sears, Target,iTunes,Wal-Mart and amny. When your family and your friends make eydy purchases from their favorite merchants, our school earn money.
Click Here to Watch Short Video read more . . .

ASE uses Second Step Character Education Curriculum

Albuquerque School of Excellence has been using Second Step curriculum for Character Education in grades 4th thru 8th. The Second Step Suite is a developmental and sequential curriculum designed to promote school and life success and to prevent problem behaviors. Skills are reviewed and expanded on each year, gradually becoming more complex as students get older. The research-based, comprehensive Second Step program teaches important life skills in age-appropriate ways. Students appreciate the respectful way in which lessons are presented. The engaging materials, such as video vignettes and take-home materials, encourage discussion, thought, and open communication between teachers and families.

Click here for more Information about Second Step Curriculum

Click here to see Scope & Sequence

Eureka Math- Math Curriculum

Albuquerque School of Excellence has started using a new math curriculum which 100% is aligned with Common Core State Standards for grades 1-12. Eureka Math connects math to the real world in ways that take the fear out of math and build student confidence—while helping students achieve true understanding lesson by lesson and year after year.

Eureka Math offers a comprehensive suite of curriculum, in-depth professional development, texts, tools, and support materials that work together to provide teachers, parents, and students with a cohesive approach to the ultimate goal: students who are not merely literate, but fluent, in mathematics.

Click here for more Information about Eureka Math Curriculum

Click here for more Information about Parent Support for Eureka Math

Core Knowledge Language Arts Curriculum

Albuquerque School of Excellence uses Core Knowledge Language Art Curriculum in grades 1-5. Core Knowledge’s instructional materials are designed to ensure that all students acquire the broad knowledge and skills needed to become responsible, productive citizens. While much of the education arena focuses on all students becoming college and career ready, Core Knowledge focuses on college, career, and citizenship. In the 21st century, being college and career ready means being ready to compete with people from around the world. It requires expertise in one’s chosen field—and the strong, broad foundation Core Knowledge provides in the early grades enables students to figure out which subjects they want to delve into in high school and beyond. Being citizenship ready means being able to communicate with people around the world. Citizenship requires the ability to speak with and listen to people all across the United States, to understand the perspectives of people around the world, to read the local paper or the New York Times, to write out one’s platform and run for office. By basing its materials on core content and core values, Core Knowledge puts students on the path to effectively competing and communicating.

Click here for more Information about Core Knowledge Language Arts Curriculum

Click here to go to Core Knowledge Language Arts Curriculum

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