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School will be closed 11/23-27/2015

Proclamation to Robotics Team by Councilor Don Harris

Our Robotics teams were invited to City Council Meeting yesterday by Councilor Don Harris. He presented a proclamation to our school and our students gave a brief presentation about their robots. Tomorrow RoboRave team is flying to Japan to compete against 100 teams from 25 different countries. Special thanks to Councilor Harris for this recognition and we wish our team a good luck in Japan.

8th graders visiting UNM on December 2

ABQSE is a college preparatory school and focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education: As part of our commitment to college going culture, 8th graders will visit UNM to explore the campus life, admissions and financial aid on December 2. Click here for permission slip

University of New Mexico admission representative, Sarah Fuller, will come to ASE to give admission/financial aid information to our high school students.

Our parents may check college guidance website for other college ready, career ready and life ready events: there will be an 8th grade parent night at 6pm on December 1, 2015. read more . . .

Thanksgiving Baskets

We would like to provide a Thanksgiving Basket for needy people and we are asking our parents to donate following items.

1 UNM – Pre-made Pies (not frozen) Cherry, Apple, or Pumpkin
2 NMSU - Sacks of Potatoes
3 NMTech – Bread Rolls
4 NMHU - Turkey Gravy
5 CNM - Boxed Stuffing
6 UCLA - Canned Vegetables (Corn and Green Beans)
6 Stanford – Canned Cranberries
7 MIT – Canned Sweet Potatoes
7 Harvard - Marshmallows
8 NYU – Hot Cocoa Packets or Apple Cider Packets
8 Princeton – Bagged Salad
9 Yale – Salad Dressing
10 Duke – Croutons or other salad toppings
11 Airforce and 12 Duke – Canned Chicken or Turkey Broth
All Classes – We are in need of grocery store gift cards in $5 increments to help purchase the Turkey/Ham (if you can help get turkeys donated to our school that would be appreciated!)
All Classes – If you have a nice basket laying around, or can purchase a basket, please donate it.

Food Drive

ASE's Community Service Club, CRLP, and the Student Council are sponsoring a food drive for non-perishable food items (canned goods, dry goods, boxed food items) for The Roadrunner Food Bank. The items will be brought to the food bank on December 4th.Students who bring in at least two items to donate will recieve PRS points for helping our school give back to the community. They should bring the items in to room 111 first and then we will put them into the donation box in the lobby.

University of New Mexico Medical Student Visits ASE Fourth Grade

Soon to be doctor, Karl Stoltze, came to discuss systems of the body and functions of the organs today in fourth grade. He explained the process in becoming a doctor, the tools they use, and how they have to present their patients to a team of doctors. When presenting a case, doctors must think about the evidence they are using to support their inferences and to make decisions for the future care of their patients. Ms. Gray’s fourth grade class had so many questions and with this opportunity to speak to a professional, a chance to learn more about the systems of the human body. Thank you Dr. Stoltze!

ASE Phoenix -Basketball Team Ready to Play!

11-18 Moriarty Wednesday 4pm Two Games back to back
12-3 Edgewood Thursday 4pm Two Games back to back
1-21 Eagle Ridge Rio Rancho Thursday 4pm Two games back to back
1-28 Evangel Christian Thursday 4pm one game
2-10 To'Hajilee Wednesday 4pm one game

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ASE is seeking Dedicated Teachers

Albuquerque School of Excellence is seeking dedicated teachers/ teacher aide. Bachelor's( for teacher aide high school diploma is ok) degree in a directly related field and NM teaching license are required. Please email your resume to info@abqse.org or mail to Albuquerque School of Excellence 13201 Lomas Blvd. Albuquerque NM 87112"

CRLP Carlsbad Caverns and Roswell Trip

College Readiness and Leadership Program (CRLP) offered 1st Expedition and Exploration activity to Freshmen. They went to Carlsbad Caverns and Area 51 in Roswell. read more . . .

Thank You

On behalf of our students, staff and parents we would like to thank to The Office Depot Store 6162 at 40 Circle NE for donating several hundreds of dollars of school supplies to our school.
Thank you!

Robotics team participates in RoboRAVE Contest in Kaga, JAPAN

Our robotics team, RoboRAVE, will be competing in Kaga, Japan between November 21 and 23.Our school will be the only school representing State of New Mexico. RoboRAVE Contest Website

Our school appreciates the donation and support from ASE PTO, Koala Sleep Centers, DAMA Construction , National Jewelry Buyers, Arrediamo Santa Fe, Café Istanbul and Skyway Trading for making this trip and competition possible. read more . . .

Countdown to PARCC Test Reports

Typically, families receive their student’s results from New Mexico’s annual assessment in the summer or early fall. Because this was the first time students took the PARCC, reports will be available once test data is analyzed and student achievement levels are established. Score reports for high school students will be available in November 2015, and score reports for middle and elementary school students will be available in December 2015.

It’s important to remember that if your child doesn’t fulfill graduation requirements with PARCC the first time he or she takes it, there are retest opportunities. In addition, after your child has exhausted the retest opportunities, there are other avenues for graduation through the alternative demonstrations of competency as determined by your school district.

Each student will receive one score report for ELA and one for math. Score reports include many important sections. The first section is the Student Performance Overview, which provides a student’s overall score and performance level.

Click here to see the letter from PED

Click here to see the letter from PED in Spanish

District Report Card 2013-2014 Released

Click here to see the District Report

School Spirit Shirt- Order Through PTO's Website

PTO can now accept credit/debit cards. Due to the cost of processing credit cards, spirit shirts will be $16 if you are using a credit or debit card. Shirts are $15. Cash or Checks made out to ASE PTO.

If you would like to purchase a shirt online to pick up at the school, please use the Donate/Pay Dues/Purchase Spirit Shirts Online tab at the top of the page in PTO website. Please leave your contact info in the "Notes" so we can arrange pick up (items will NOT be mailed).

Click here PTO Website

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

Juniors Visit Air Force Academy

Juniors Visit University of Denver

Juniors started visiting universities in Colorado. They visited University of Denver today.

Eureka Math- New 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

ASE Parent Mobile App is Now Available

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.

Box Top Collection

Hello, ASE parents! The ASE PTO receives two checks from the Box Tops for Education™ program each school year. If you turn in your Box Tops before Wednesday, September 30th you can help boost the amount of the first check we receive in December, and we'll be entered in the Early Bird drawing! Our school’s Box Tops have to be submitted by October 2, 2015 to be included in our December check. Hurry, clip your Box Tops and turn them in to your child's homeroom teacher or leave them at the front desk before the deadline.

This year we will also be collecting Labels for Education, and those will be collected at the same time.

Thanks for your help!

Please contact the ASE PTO Box Tops Coordinator,Joseph winfield., pto_ase@yahoo.com, with any questions.

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.

Get Your School Uniform

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.

Old Uniform without Logo : $10
New Uniform with Logo: $13
Only School Patch :$5

ASE Bell Schedule for 2015-2016 School Year

ASE’s school day will begin at 7:40 am. and end at 2:30 pm for Elementary and 2:45 pm for Middle and High School Monday through Thursday . Students will be dismissed at 1 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 3:00 pm (M-TH) and 1:30 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.

Afterschool care will be available until 5 pm. Afterschool care and fees will be announced soon.

Early dismissal on Fridays: 7:40 am-1:00 pm (Students will follow abbreviated schedule)
Note: Elementary students will be dissmissed at 2:30 pm Monday thru Thursday. Friday all students will be dissmised at 1 pm.

Click here for Bell Schedule

Academic Calendar for School Year 2015-2016

Click here to download the Calendar

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 . . .

ABQSE Database


 November 24, Tuesday
Thanksgiving Break (no classes)
 November 25, Wednesday
Thanksgiving Break (no classes)
 November 26, Thursday
Thanksgiving Break (no classes)
 November 27, Friday
Thanksgiving Break (no classes)
 November 30, Monday
Thanksgiving Break

Albuquerque School of Excellence