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Next Step Plans Schedule for March 22, 2023
Students in grades 8th through 12th grade will not attend school on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, instead they will have the opportunity to create and review their Next Step Plans. Next Step Plans are used to help students define and identify their goals, interests, and future plans after graduation.
Next Step Plans Schedule March 22
8th Grade Students
Red Mountain Middle School 8th graders and parents/guardians will attend an orientation at Deming High School. Parents and students may attend anytime between 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm. The orientation will cover Academic and Next Step Plans, tour of the high school, school expectations, and an expo of school activities, sports, and after school programs.
9th-11th Grade Students at Deming High School and Mimbres Valley High School
Parents/guardians will log into the portal in Infinite Campus to review and sign Academic and Next Step Plans. If you have any questions, don’t agree with the plan, or need assistance with the portal, counselors will be available to assist from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm.
A zoom meeting will be scheduled at a later date to accommodate any parent/guardian who was unable to attend. Please contact Deming High School at (575) 546-2678 if you will be unable to attend.
9th-11th Grade Students at Early College High School
Meetings will be scheduled by staff with parents and students to discuss their Next Step Plans. If you have any questions, please contact Early College High School at (575) 543-1643.
12th Grade Students will not attend school.
12th grade students will be reviewing their Final Step Plans with their counselor in April. The Final Step Plan gives seniors an opportunity to outline their plan for after graduation.
If you have any questions, please contact your school or the district at (575) 546-8841.
Announcement from the Special Education Department: Deming Public Schools Destruction of Records
The Special Education Department of Deming Public Schools is announcing the discarding of Special Education Records. Special Education records may be destroyed five (5) years after graduation, or five (5) years after students have exited from Special Education Services in compliance with FERPA regulations. Parents and/or former Special Education students, who received Special Education Services on/or before May 2018, may obtain their Special Education records by contacting Vannessa Lake at the Special Education Office by February 20, 2023. Call Vannessa at 546-0427 to set up an appointment to obtain these records. Destruction of records is scheduled to begin March 6, 2023.
PSA: Warning Live Streaming Internet Scamming
The New Mexico Activities Association wants to warn the public about a growing trend in internet scamming. There are hundreds of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube events being promoted, sometimes within prominent online groups, that appear to be real live streams, but are phishing for your personal information, and sometimes trying to install malware on your device.
These posts appear to be legitimately scheduled live streams and be associated with a high school or state association. However, when you click on the link, you are typically asked to enter personal information in order to gain access to the video. These are fake. Do not enter any information.
The NFHS Network is the official video streaming platform of the NMAA. Many of our member schools are utilizing this platform for their own broadcasting needs. However, during the regular season, many schools have decided to use other entities to do their live streaming. Please check with your local high school athletic department for the correct location to watch your favorite team safely. Cats Network is the only live streaming platform used for Deming High School home events.
When on social media, the NMAA maintains a single official account on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other platforms. The official account for each platform is: @_NMAA for Twitter, AllThingsNMAA on Instagram, and New Mexico Activities Association on Facebook. Some scammers use the NMAA or NFHS logos and other marks to try and deceive you, but there is only one official account for each platform controlled by the NMAA and no sport-specific accounts will be created or used to promote our events.
To protect yourself and your fans from these fake accounts, please verify you are only sharing/posting/retweeting information from our official accounts. The links in our posts AND the link on our profile/bio will ONLY link to the NFHS. If you come across a fake account, please report it by following the platform-specific instructions below.
1.Open the profile you’d like to report.
2.Select the three dot icon
3.Select Report and then select the type of issue you’d like to report.
1.Go to the impersonating profile or Page
2.Click the three dot icon below the cover photo.
3.If you're reporting a Page, select Find Support or Report Page. If you're reporting a profile, select Find Support or Report Profile.
4.Follow the on-screen instructions for impersonation to file a report.
1.Go to the impersonating profile
2.Click the three dot icon to the right of the page and select Report
3.SelectReport Account and follow the on-screen directions to file a report.
We appreciate your support and patience as we continue to take aggressive steps to protect our community from scammers.
PSA: Announcement from Special Education Department
Deming Public Schools offers evaluations to parents who have concerns about their children’s developmental, academic, or behavioral progress for children ages 3 to 21. Children who reside in Deming, Columbus, and Luna County may be referred for testing and consideration for Special Education Services. This includes children who are: homeless, homeschooled, wards of the state, children placed in facilities, or children in private and public schools. If you feel your child might be a child with a disability and in need of services, please contact the Deming Public Schools Special Education Department at 575-546-0427.
PSA: Announcement from Athletic and Activities Department
For the safety of our community and our fans, no backpacks or oversized bags will be permitted at any Deming Public School Athletic Events. Purses of reasonable size will be allowed. Anyone with a backpack or oversized bag will be asked to return the bag to their vehicle.
Tickets for all events held at any Deming Public School Facility are only sold digitally through GoFan.co, no cash will be accepted for entrance. Tickets can be purchased by searching Deming High School or Red Mountain Middle School on the GoFan.co website. We highly recommend purchasing tickets before arriving at any event.
QR codes will be available at the entrance of all venues, for fans who have not purchased tickets prior to an event. Once arriving, tickets will be shown and redeemed by event staff at the door. Please do not redeem tickets prior to arriving. If a ticket is redeemed prior to arrival, the ticket is no longer valid, and a new ticket must be purchased.
No outside food or drink will be allowed in the gym. Concession stands will be open for spectators at Deming High School and Red Mountain Middle School. For questions, please contact Deming High School Athletic Department at (575) 546-8126.
Substitutes: We Need You!
Deming Public Schools is hiring substitute teachers. “Substitutes are critical to our schools and ensure student learning can continue.” said Superintendent, Vicki Chávez “Come share your knowledge and invest in our kids!”
To apply please visit www.demingps.org and click on “Join Our Team!”.
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Welcome to My little School
My Little School is committed to creating partnerships with families to reach shared goals and expectations related to holistic learning. We will continually expand upon each child’s natural curiosity through purposeful, playful and personalized interaction. Our high quality inclusive early childhood programs and practices are a result of an integrated system of professional development. Our mantra for staff, students and their families is… “Always Learning”
Targeted Learning Goals
The teachers at MLS use the New Mexico Early Learning Guidelines as standards to measure each student's progress. There are 27 essential indicators within 7 developmental domains that are authentically assessed throughout the school year. The following three target goals were selected for particular focus: Students will develop phonemics awareness by blending syllables, identifying and producing rhymes. Students will improve rote counting and naming/identifying numerals. Students will improve independence in tasks and activities during routines and play.
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