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Table of Contents Mission and Vision Statement​ ……………………... 1 Administration​ ……………………………………... 1 Personal Information & Schedules​ ……………….... 2 Important Dates​ ……………………………………. 2 Honorable Eagles​ …………………………………... 3 Programs and Services​ ……………………………... 4 Academic Requirements​ ………………………….... 4 Academic Information for Success​ ……………….... 4 Academic Letters/Bars​ …………………………….. 5 Student Use of Personal Electronic Devices​ ………. 5 Students Rights and Responsibilities​ ………………. 5 Unauthorized Use​ of Electronic Devices ….……….. 5 District Staff Rights & Responsibilities​ ……………. 5 Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)​ …………... 6 Announcements/Posters​ ……………………………. 6 Assemblies and Activities​ ………………………….. 6 Athletics​ ……………………………………………. 6 Athletics Transfer Policy​ ………………………….... 6 Attendance​ ………………………………………….. 7 Attendance Policy - APS Schools​ ………………….. 7 Attendance Procedure - EHS​ ……………………….. 7 Tardies​ …………………………………………….... 8 Anti Bullying Policy​ ………………………………... 8 Bus Regulations & Information​ ……………………. 8 Change of Address or Phone Number​ …………….. 8 Closed Campus​……………………………………... 9 Credits From Non-APS Schools​ ……………………. 9 Dances​ …………………………………………….... 9 Dress Code​ …………………………………………. 10 Eagle Absences​ …………………………………….. 1​0 Extracurricular Activities​ ………………………...... 1​1 Extracurricular​ Substance Abuse / Tobacco Policy… ​1​1 Use/Possession Of Controlled/Illegal Substances​ …. 1​1 Use And/Or Possession Of Tobacco Products​ ……... 1​1 Sale/Distribution of Controlled/Illegal Substances​ ... 1​2 Fees & Fines​ ……………………………………….. 1​2 Final Examinations​ ……………………………….... 1​2 Fire Drills And Regulations​ ………………………... 1​2 Food Services/Lunch​ …………………………….... 1​3 Fundraisers/Scheduling​ …………………………..... 1​3 Graduation​ ………………………………………..... 1​3 Honor Cords​ ……………………………………….. 1​3 Hazing Policy​ …………………………………….... 1​3

Health Immunization Records​ ……………………. 1​3 Insurance​ ………………………………………….. 1​3 Internet/Computer Use​ ……………………………. 1​4 Intensive Global Support Program​ ………………... 1​4 Lockers​ ……………………………………………. 1​4 Lost & Found​ …………………………………….... 1​4 Media Center​ …………………………………….... 1​4 Messages And Deliveries​ …………………………. 1​4 Parent Involvement Program (Pip/Crossroads)​ ….... 1​4 Participation in Activities/Athletics​ ………………. 1​4 Passes​ ……………………………………………... 1​4 Publications​ ……………………………………….. 1​5 School Pictures​ ……………………………………. 1​5 Report Cards/Progress Reports​ ………………….... 1​5 Grade point average​ ………………………………. 1​5 Schedule Changes​ …………………………………. 1​5 School Trips​ ………………………………………. 1​5 Sexual Harassment​ ………………………………... 1​6 Smoking​ ………………………………………….... 1​6 Sportsmanship​ …………………………………….. 1​6 Student I.D. Cards​ ……………………………….... 1​6 Student Parking & Driving​ ………………………... 1​6 In School Suspension (ISS)​ ……………………….. 1​7 Telephones​ ……………………………………….... 1​7 Next Step Plan​ …………………………………….. 1​7 Textbooks & School Materials​ ……………………. 1​7 Transfers​ …………………………………………... 17 Transcripts​ ……………………………………….... 1​7 Visitors ..…………………………………………... 17 Withdrawal From School​ .……………………...…..​.​ 17 NM State Assessments​ ……………………………. 1​7 The Eagle Code​ ………………………………….... 18 Testing​ …………………………………………….. 20 Keys To Success At Eldorado​ …………………….. 20 Letters from the Principal/Student Body President... 21 Advisors, Sponsors, and Coaches​ …………………. 2​2 Calendar​s (Monthly) …...……………………… 24 - 43 Hall Passes…………………………………………. 44 Bell Schedules……………………….Back Inside Cover School Map………………………………….Back Cover Cover Art by David Hale (Class of 2021)


Eldorado High School 11300 Montgomery Blvd., NE Albuquerque, NM 87111

Excellence​

Phone: 505.296.4871 Fax: 505.291.6809 http://eldorado.aps.edu

​ ​Honor​ ​⚫​ ​Spirit

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Mission Statement

​Eldorado High  School  promotes  a  climate  of  challenging  instruction  with  high  expectations  for  all  students  by  offering  a  well-rounded  educational  program,  including  extracurricular  activities,  leading  to  college  entrance  and/or  career  paths  that  foster  economic  independence, critical thinking, and social  responsibility to the global community.   

Vision Statement

EHS  will  uphold  high  academic  standards  while  encouraging  and  modeling  habits  of  integrity,  honesty,  respect,  social  responsibility,  and  self  discipline.  Faculty  will  work  individually  and  collaboratively to provide a challenging content rich curriculum to all students. 

Administration  

Principal………...….Martin Sandoval…..…....sandoval_mc@aps.edu…...……...35028  

12​th​ Grade Asst…………..…………..Rachel Weihe……..…………weihe_r@aps.edu...………………..35030 11​th​ Grade Asst…………………...….Michelle Mansfield………..michelle.mansfield@aps.edu….35033  10​th​ Grade Asst…………..………….Rodney Suazo……..………....suazo_r@aps.edu…...……….……35031  9​th​ Grade Administrator…….....TBD………..…………………………………………………………..………...TBD  Activities Director……………......Joshua Blondin……….....….joshua.blondin@aps.edu…….....35043  Athletic Director………………..….Roy Sanchez………….……...sanchez_roy@aps.edu………......35042

The purpose of the Eldorado High School student handbook is to provide students and their families basic information about Eldorado in addition to a calendar of school sponsored activities and events. Information included in the handbook is based on most frequently asked questions: therefore, it does not address every program, concern, or activity that takes place.

It is designed to work in conjunction with the Student Behavior Handbook published by Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) that states guidelines for student rights and responsibilities. Please take the time to review both documents with your student!


Personal Information & Schedules Name: ____________________________________ Address:___________________________________ Phone:____________________________________ Counselor:______________ Academy:_________ Grade:_____________ Locker #________________

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TEACHER

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0 HOUR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Important Dates August 13……………….........First Day of Classes August 29………………….………….Open House August 29-30……………....Underclassman Photos September 3…………………………….Labor Day August 30…………………………..Fall Assembly September 3…………………………….Labor Day September 17-22……………...Homecoming Week September 21……………….....End of 1st 6 Weeks October 11-12…………………………..Fall Break November 2…………………..End of 2nd 6 Weeks November 21-23…………………….Thanksgiving November 30…………………....Winter Assembly December 18-20…………………..Semester Finals December 21-January 3……….……..Winter Break January 4………………….Staff Development Day January 7………………….Second Semester Starts January 21…………....Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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February 15……………………...End of 4th 6 Weeks February 18………………………….President’s Day February 28………………………..Spring Assembly March 7-8………………....Student Led Conferences March 11-15…………………………....Spring Break April 9…………………………..End of 5th 6 Weeks April 6………………………………………….Prom April 19……………………………....Vernal Holiday May 6-10………………………...Senior Finals Week May 14………………….Mandatory Honors Practice Cap and Gown Distribution May 15………………..Mandatory Honors Assembly May 16…………………………………...Graduation May 17-21…………………....Underclassmen Finals May 22………………………….Last Day of Classes May 27………………………………..Memorial Day May 23, 24, 28, 29………….Weather Make-up Days

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Honorable Eagles Academic, College, Career, and Personal Counselors    Counselor (A-Di) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Counselor (Dj-Gl) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Counselor (Go-Man)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Counselor (Mar-Ro) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Counselor (Ru-Z) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Counselor (College and Career)﹍  Crossroads Counselor: ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍   

Casey Cooper﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ casey.cooper@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35038  Megan Larez ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  megan.larez@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35047  Madeline Kruse﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ madeline.kruse@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35044  Brenna McJimsey﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  brenna.mcjimsey@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35010  Trisha Mertens ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ trisha.mertens@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35009  Valerie Velhagen ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ velhagen@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35013  Tay MacIntyre ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  tay.macintyre@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35190 

Administrative Support Staff  

Principal Secretary ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Toni Sandoval ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  sandoval_t@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35029  Grade 12 Secretary ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Kathy Martinez﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  kathryn.martinez@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35034  Grade 11 Secretary ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Ona Albert﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  albert_o@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35050  Grade 10 Secretary ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Montana Sedillo﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  montana.sedillo@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35073  Grade 9 Secretary ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Paula Tenen﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  paula.tenen@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35049  Test Coordinator/Inst. Coach﹍﹍  Mary Perea ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  perea_m@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35014  Student Assistance Team﹍﹍﹍﹍  TBA﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  TBA ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  TBA  Bookkeeper ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Judy Alderman﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  alderman_j@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35035  Counseling Secretary ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Patricia Bianco​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  TBA ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35024  Registrar ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Carol Ellis ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  ellis_cl@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35071  Librarian ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Lorraine Feagler﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  lorraine.feagler@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35057  Bookroom Clerk ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Tom Linnan ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  thomas.linnan@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35084  Media Services﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Eric Hammonds ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  eric.hammonds@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35058  Nurse ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Stephanie Noya﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ stephanie.noya@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35017  Nurse ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Amanda Lacasse ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  amanda.lacasse@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35048  Cafeteria Manager ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Jolina Hodgman ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  hodgman@aps.edu    EPO President ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Tami Baker﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  eldoparentorg@gmail.com  APS Police Officer ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Mark Rosario    Resource Officers ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Larry Smith & Mick Rael  

Department Chairs   

Career & Technical Ed﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Miskee Blatner ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  blatner@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35064    Kristin Meyer ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  kristin.meyer@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍35089 /35053  English﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Kelley Price ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  price_k@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35108    Soraya Vincent ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  soraya.vincent@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35099  Fine Arts ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Sheldon Richards ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  richards@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35114  Math﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Jamie Escobedo ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  escobedo_ja@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35086    Mark Piccione﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  piccione@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35090  Modern Languages ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Lonnie DaiZovi ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  daizovi@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35129  Physical Ed ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Charlie Dotson ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  dotson_c@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35100  ROTC﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Major Jim Koerber﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  koerber@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35145  Science﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Lesha Harenberg ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  harenberg@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35041    Eric Holmes﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  holmes@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35123  Social Studies ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  Matt Dixson﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  dixson@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 35101    Brad Schafer﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ schafer@aps.edu ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35095  Special Education﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Joey Gurule ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ gurule_joey@aps.edu﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍  35102 

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Programs and Services The Eldorado High School Counseling Department believes that all students must benefit from a developmentally appropriate, preventative, standards- and evidence-based, comprehensive school counseling program. As credentialed school counselors, we are an essential component of the academic, career, and social/emotional development for all of our students. While working in collaboration with other educational professionals at Eldorado High School, we will ensure equity and access to programs and services so that every student is challenged and supported to achieve academic excellence. Eldorado High School counselors are committed to increase student achievement through standards-based learning environments

supported by data-driven, comprehensive school counseling programs. The Counseling Staff is available to assist you with post-high school planning and academic, social, and personal concerns. Freshmen through seniors are assigned to a counselor by the student’s last name. Students can make an appointment with their counselor by filling out a “Counselor Request” form in the counseling office. Parents may request an appointment via email. Please visit the counseling page on the EHS website to view useful information, deadlines, and downloadable documents. If the student is currently under the auspices of an IEP, they/their parent should first contact the sponsor teacher and/or social worker for counseling concerns.

All Students

•English​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 4​ credits •Math​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 4​ credits

*(Algebra I, Geometry, Algebraic Models, Algebra II &/or higher)

*(Lab course in A, B, C strands)

•Science​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 3​ credits

•NM History ​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ ½ ​ credit •Government​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ ​ ½ credit •Economic​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ ​ ½ credit •World History ​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ 1​ credit •U.S. History​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ ​1 credit •Health ​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ ½ ​ credit •Physical Education ​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ ​1 credit •Electives ​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ ​9 credits

Student Classification Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Seniors

Total 25 credits

Academic Requirements The following are guidelines for graduation from EHS. 1. Underclassmen (9-11) must be enrolled in seven or more classes. 2. Freshmen must enroll in English, Math, Biology, PE, Health/NM History and two electives. 3. Sophomores must enroll in English, Math, Science, World History and 3 electives. 4. Juniors must enroll in English, Math, Science, US History and 3 electives. 5. Seniors must enroll in English, Gov./Economics and electives (totalling a ​minimum​ of four (4) classes). 6. One-half credit is granted for each class at the end of the semester grading period. Credits granted for all passing grades of A, B, C, D, E, or P. Credit is not granted for grades of F, I, N or WF. 7. Students may earn a total of one credit as a lab assistant, office aide or media aide in high school. 8. For credits from non-APS (Correspondence, Online, Private Schools, Charter Schools, Community Colleges or Universities), student must meet with counselor, complete a contract and receive approval from the assistant principal in charge of curriculum.

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Weighted credit will be earned for honors and Advanced Placement classes. Students must earn 1.0 credit through a foreign language or career readiness course Students must earn 1.0 credit through either an AP/Honors course, distance education (online: one credit of the same course - i.e. Spanish I, semester 1 and 2.) OR dual credit course (CNM/UNM).

0 - 6.5 Credits 7 - 12.5 Credits 13 - 18.5 Credits 19 - 25 Credits

Academic Information for Success ​EHS takes pride in the academic rigor that is evident within each class. If there is a concern with your student’s academic progress in any class, please email or call your students teacher about your concerns. Email and phone extensions may be found on the http://eldorado.aps.edu website. ​Synergy is a district online web based grade book that is being used by Eldorado High School teachers, to give students (and parents) the opportunity to see the grades they earn on each assignment, their current grade averages, and their attendance record. Synergy is an effective and efficient tool that gives prompt and valuable feedback to students, and allows parents the opportunity to be involved and informed regarding their child’s academic progress. Each Eldorado High School student has an assigned login and password which will be sent to their email account at the beginning of the school year. Parents are also sent a separate login and password which allows them to access grade and attendance information for their child, but also offers a teacher/parent messaging system. Anyone who needs assistance with their login or password may contact the 10th Grade Administrator or Eldorado Tech Coordinator, at 296.4871.

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Academic Letters/Bars Students who maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher for four semesters at Eldorado may receive an academic letter. Academic bars will be awarded to those who maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher for six semesters. Academic letters and bars will be presented at an evening recognition program in the fall. Students must fill out an application to be considered for an academic letter/bar.

Acceptable Student Use of Personal Electronic Devices  APS shall permit student possession of personal electronic devices on all district property and at all district sponsored activities while the student is under the supervision of district staff. These devices shall be kept out of sight and silenced or powered off during the instructional day unless otherwise permitted by district or school procedures. Use of personal electronic devices that disrupt the instructional day or include unauthorized use shall be prohibited. APS shall not be responsible for restricting, monitoring or controlling the electronic communications of students; however, it reserves the right to do so. For purposes of this procedural directive, “personal electronic device” means any device that a student is in possession of which electronically communicates, sends, receives, stores, reproduces or displays voice and/or text communication or data. These include, but are not limited to cellular phones, smart watches, smart phone, music and media players, gaming devices, tablets, laptop computers, etc. For purposes of this procedural directive, “instructional day” means the period of time between the first scheduled bell and the last scheduled bell of the school day and any other time in which instruction occurs.

Students Rights and Responsibilities The student who possesses a personal electronic device shall be solely responsible for its care. 2. Student possession of personal electronic devices on all school campuses, including athletic fields, and school buses, at school-sponsored activities and while the student is under the supervision and control of school district employees shall be permitted. All students may use these devices on campus before school begins, during lunch and after school ends. In addition, students in high school grades 9-12 may use such devices during their lunch period as determined by the school administration. EHS does not allow the use of such devices during class time unless authorized by the teacher. 3. These devices shall be kept out of sight and powered off or silenced during the school day and during any school-sponsored activity meeting or practice held on APS property. The requirement that personal electronic devices be turned off may not apply in the following circumstances when the student obtains prior approval from the principal or his/her designee: a. The student has a special medical circumstance for self or family member. b. The student is allowed to use the device for educational or instructional purpose. 4. Personal electronic devices shall be permitted on school

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buses, as authorized by the driver, unless use of the personal electronic device causes a disruption on the school bus. classrooms, and bathrooms. Student use of personal electronic devices shall be prohibited in areas including, but not limited to locker rooms, Students shall not use personal electronic devices on school property or at a school-sponsored activity to access and/or view internet websites that are otherwise blocked to students at school. Blocked sites include, but are not limited to, social networking sites. Student use of personal electronic devices that disrupt the instructional day may result in disciplinary action and/or confiscation of the personal electronic device. No amplification devices broadcasting of music through personal amplification devices. Examples include are but not limited to speakers, amps. boomboxes, external speakers, etc. When a personal electronic device is confiscated, it shall only be released and/or returned to the student’s parent/legal guardian at the end of the regular school day on the first offense. It is the student’s parent/legal guardian’s responsibility to retrieve the device according to school procedures. Please refer to page 18 for the Eagle Code

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Unauthorized use of personal electronic devices includes, but is not limited to, the following: Possessing, viewing, sending or sharing video or audio information having sexual, violent or threatening content on school grounds, school events or school busses shall be prohibited and may result in disciplinary action and/or confiscation of the personal electronic device. Transmitting school materials for unethical purposes such as cheating. Any activity which may be in violation with the Albuquerque Public Schools Bullying Prevention policy and procedural directive.

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Albuquerque Public Schools shall not be responsible for the theft, loss or damage to personal electronic devices brought to school by a student while the device is under the student’s care. The school where the personal electronic device is confiscated shall be responsible for the theft, loss or damage of personal electronic devices if the district employee demonstrated reckless disregard for internal procedures developed by the school. The school shall be responsible for the theft loss or damage of personal electronic devices confiscated by district staff if the school has not developed internal procedures. The school shall develop internal procedures for staff concerning confiscation of personal electronic devices. These procedures shall include, but are not limited to, expectations that the staff will immediately secure the device and turn the device into the school designated location, develop a process for parents/legal guardians to retrieve devices, and record when the device was confiscated and why. District staff may confiscate personal electronic devices when such devices are being used in violation of this procedural directive and/or internal school procedure. Upon confiscation, district staff shall follow all district and school procedural directives and processes.

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District staff may search confiscated personal electronic devices and examine the content of students’ personal electronic devices when there is reasonable suspicion of unauthorized or illegal use of the devices and may turn the devices over to the proper authorities for further investigation when warranted. When determining if a search is appropriate, district staff shall ensure the following conditions are met before conducting the search: a. The search is reasonable at its inception. That is, when the context is such that it is clear that the student or students are clearly misusing the device and that the search of content would turn up evidence of the violation. b. The scope of the search of the content is reasonably related to the objective of the search and appropriate in light of the age and sex of the student and the nature of the suspected violation.

Corrective Action   C ​ orrective action shall be determined by the number of previous acts, the nature of the act, and the context in which the alleged act occurred. Consequences may range from positive behavioral interventions to suspension and expulsion for repeated and/or severity of the violations.

Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)   Section 504    ​APS affords certain rights to students with disabilities. These

Assemblies and Activities

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You are encouraged to attend all assemblies. Respect for the activity and participants are shown by your appropriate participation. You must arrive on time and leave only when the program is completed. If you do not choose to attend the assembly, you must report to the cafeteria where a study hall will be provided. During assemblies, all buildings are closed and students may not leave campus. Students will get more out of assemblies if these rules are followed: Go to the assembly areas as a group with your teacher. Walk to the assembly quietly. Find a seat in your assigned area and be seated. Backpacks/purses are to be left in your classroom. Use proper flag etiquette. Give your attention to the chairperson of the assembly when he/she starts speaking. Use courtesy when people are speaking and clap when applause is due. Boos and whistles are not allowed. Students will be dismissed by the chairperson *Students will be removed from assemblies for any action deemed inappropriate.

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rights are described in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. A student who has a physical or a mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities (caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, or working) may qualify as having a disability under Section 504. Parents or staff members who feel that a student may be eligible for 504 services should notify the Student Assistance Team and request a 504 Conference to consider eligibility. An eligible student will have an Accommodation Plan developed based on his/her educational needs and upon the least restrictive environment necessary to meet those needs. The 504 Accommodation Plan provides reasonable accommodations and supplementary aids and services which will allow the student an equal opportunity to participate in school and school related activities. Parents of students with disabilities have the right to participate in the 504 Conference. Parents will receive written notification of the school’s decisions concerning the student’s identification, evaluation, or educational placement. For additional information about disabilities and procedures under Section 504, please contact your District Coordinator.

Eldorado High School offers a wide and varied athletic program for both girls and boys at all grade levels. Various teams have won an impressive number of city, district and state championships. Eldorado’s athletic program is considered one of the most successful in the Southwest. Positive sportsmanship is displayed at athletic events by team members and spectators. The athletic program is one in which the entire student body and Eldorado community can take an active part. Students who wish to participate are required to furnish the school with an APS physical form completed by a New Mexico certified physician. Physical forms are available from Eldorado’s Athletic Trainer or the main office. Students must satisfy the New Mexico Activities Association standards to be eligible for athletics. When students are away from school for any activity, their behavior reflects on the entire student body because they represent Eldorado High School. Fighting, using controlled substances, or showing disrespect for students, sponsors, security staff or the general public will not be tolerated. Eldorado has many parents and boosters who support the various activity programs. Please show your respect and appreciation. *Athletics is an extracurricular activity. Please refer to pg. 11 for Suspension of Extracurricular privileges.

Announcements/Posters

Athletics Transfer Policy

Announcements will be made at the end of second/third period. Any person desiring to have an announcement made must submit online on Eldorado’s website. Announcements must be approved by a sponsor/teacher. Posters and advertisements must have

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written approval of the Activities Director. Posters may be placed in the: Media Center, gym, cafeteria, kiosks, and classrooms (with teacher approval). No posters may be placed on doors or painted surfaces and must be removed them the day after the activity.

A student who transfers from one high school to another high school without an accompanying change of residence of parents or guardian is ineligible to participate in interscholastic competition at varsity level in the school to which he/she

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transfers for 180 school days from the date of transfer or until his/her parents or legal guardian move into that attendance area, whichever occurs first. A district athletic specialist and the NMAA will review any extenuating circumstances.

Attendance Regular attendance is a key to school success. APS students can learn only if they are on time and present in all classes. The Federal No Child Behind Act requires that states, school districts and schools be held accountable for ensuring that all students meet high academic standards. On time, daily attendance is a critical component of this educational process. New Mexico law dictates that: ● Students between the ages of five (5) and eighteen (18) years of age are mandated to attend public school, private school, home school or a state institution. ● Schools will provide intervention strategies that focus on keeping student in school. ● Habitual truants are reported to appropriate authorities such as the APS Attendance Office, CYFD staff, Juvenile Probation & Parole, District Attorney, Truancy Court and the State of New Mexico. ● Consequences in New Mexico law include: license revocation, fines and loss of New Mexico Works Program monetary assistance. ● Students receiving financial assistance from the New Mexico Works program must comply with school attendance requirements or the student’s financial assistance may be removed. We understand sometimes families may need support to help their child be successful. School staff can direct you to possible resources within the school or community. Let’s work together so that your child will have a positive educational experience.

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A parent/guardian must notify the school that the student will be absent in accordance with the notification procedure established by the school. A parent/guardian must notify the school each day in writing that a student is signing out before the end of the instructional day in accordance with the notification procedure established by the school. Teachers will take attendance by class period for each instructional day. Absences may be excused for the following reasons with appropriate documentation. Illness (including chronic illness documented on a health plan, IEP or 504) Limited family emergencies; family death Medical, health or legal appointments Suspensions Religious commitment College visits All absences for other reasons are unexcused including: Non-school sponsored activities or trips Family vacations outside of the normally scheduled school breaks

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In APS, students are considered truants at five (5) unexcused absences and habitual truants at ten (10) unexcused absences in a year. School staff will make an attempt to contact the parent/guardian if the school has not received notification of absence by a parent for three (3) consecutive days. Principals may request additional documentation for excessive excused absences.

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Per APS Attendance Policy, written documentation is what is required to excuse an absence. Please do not call in to excuse an absence. When your student returns from their absence please provide written documentation excusing the absence to their grade level secretary. Absences Reported After Two (2) School Days Shall Be Recorded As Unexcused. On the fourth absence, excused or unexcused, the teacher will contact the parent / guardian. Parents are responsible for following the State of New Mexico’s mandatory school attendance law. The teacher will file an attendance referral with the administration when a student has reached his/her eighth absence for administrative action. Repeated tardiness and/or unexcused absences may result in suspension or revocation of parking privileges on campus. Parents are encouraged to call their student’s grade level secretary periodically to get an attendance update. It is helpful to have your student’s I.D. number handy. These calls are best taken between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Teacher’s Responsibility Teachers must take accurate attendance every class period and will submit referrals for excessive absences according to the set procedure. Every teacher will visibly post in their classroom incentives and school policies. It is a teacher’s professional responsibility to notify parents regarding student progress and attendance. The official record of attendance is recorded in the Synergy Student Information System. Administration’s (Office) Responsibility Administration and secretarial staff will ensure timely communication between home and school and are responsible for implementing consequences related to attendance. Parents will be notified of absences on a daily basis through our automated computerized calling system. Education Department regulations. School personnel will work with parents to design interventions to support students and families to improve attendance. Students who are absent for the day or a period must turn in a doctor’s or parents written note immediately to their grade level office upon return to school. No phone calls will be accepted. In addition, absence admit slips will not be accepted 48 hours after return to school from absence. Excused Absences are as follows: doctor appointment, illness, death in family, family emergency, religious commitment, diagnostic testing, school or college visit. All other absences are unexcused. School Related Absences with proper prior approval (Eagle Absence) does not count towards the number of absences

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Students may complete work for all excused and for up to 10 unexcused absences. Once a student is identified as a habitual truant (10 unexcused full day absences) make-up work may be requested by the student unless the principal and teacher determine otherwise based on the data provided. On the first day back to a class, students are responsible for requesting make-up assignments. Failure to complete make-up work in the time allowed may place students at risk of not earning class credits. Students will have the opportunity to complete the work in a period of time equal to the number of days absent unless other arrangements have been mutually agreed upon by the student and the teacher. Teachers may need 24 hours from the time of the request to compile assignments

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Schools will identify and provide intervention strategies for students with unexcused absences. School-related activities taking students out of school are not included when evaluating excessive absences. A student is not allowed more than ten (10) school-related absences per class per semester. State law requires schools to withdraw students after ten (10) consecutive days of absence, or in the case of excessive truancy, for students who fail to return to school after the school district has exhausted its effort to keep the student in an educational setting.

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Students who are tardy for class receive consequences according to district guidelines adopted by each school. ● Consequences for being tardy will involve consequences deemed appropriate by school administration. Examples of consequences include time in an alternative academic or community service setting (i.e. lunch, after school, Saturday school) ● Secondary students who miss more than 50% of the class period are considered absent. If excused, parents must notify the school in accordance with the notification procedure established by the school. See Eldorado Eagle Code for specific consequences.

Eagle Absences  (School-Related  Absences) Make-Up Policy  Absences for school related activities, such as athletic competition, student government functions, performance groups, and field trips are called Eagle Absences. Arrangements for make-up work should be made by the student before the student attends the event.

This does include suspension days prior to Long Term Suspension hearings.

Tardies We encourage all students to be on time for class since promptness is an important life skill. However, when a student is late for class, the following policy will be enforced: Students will be allowed into class for the first ten minutes of the period and will be marked tardy by their teacher. Any student that arrives after ten minutes will be sent to the TOC (Time Out Center) for the remainder of that class period. Students must report to TOC which is located in the cafeteria. Failure to report to TOC will result in disciplinary action. Students must sign in. ​FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN AN UNEXCUSED ABSENCE. Four tardies in the same class during a semester may result in 3 days of lunch duty. The sixth tardy will result in 1 day of Saturday school. The eighth tardy will result in 1 day of ISS. Those with additional tardiness issues may have additional consequences which may include out of school suspension. NOTE: Students will be allowed to enter class late only by administrative approval for extenuating circumstances or because of verifiable professional appointments or court appearances. Parents must come in with the student who is late for verification of excused absence or tardy.

Anti Bullying Policy: All students should be aware of the Board of Education’s ‘Bullying’ policy as it pertains to APS. Per APS Board of Education, bullying will not be permitted at APS. The policy makes it clear that the Board expects all schools to be safe, respectful learning environments, free of fear and intimidation. This also includes all types of cyber-bullying as well. See Eldorado Eagle Code for specific consequences.

Bus Regulations & Information The same behavior is expected from students on buses as during the school day. Students are to follow the driver’s directions. Students unable to follow bus regulations will be denied bus privileges. Students who do not live in the area covered by bus service may not ride the bus. School transportation is available to students who live two miles or more from Eldorado. The APS transportation division (842-3686) prepares bus schedules. Information concerning bus schedules is available at the switchboard and at registration.

Change of Address or Phone Number Promptly notify the grade level secretary if there is a change in name, home address, or telephone numbers. Students and parents are responsible in keeping this information current for use in an emergency. Any name change must be accompanied by official evidence of the change. All parents must make updates on ParentVue.

Suspension Make-up Policy A student who has been suspended will be allowed to complete missed assignments and tests. The student has the amount of days they were suspended to make up any missed assignments.

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Differences Between Conflict and Bullying NORMAL CONFLICT  Equal power--friends  Happens occasionally  Accidental  Not serious  Equal emotional reaction  Not seeking power or attention  Not trying to get something  Remorse--takes responsibility  Effort to solve the problem 

BULLYING Imbalance of power--not friends  Repeated negative actions  Purposeful  Serious--threat of physical harm or emotional/psychological hurt  Strong emotional reaction on part of the target  Trying to gain power or control  Trying to gain material things or power  No remorse--blames target  No effort to solve the problem 

Closed Campus

Dances

Albuquerque Public Schools policy prohibits students from leaving the school campus during the regular school day. Only students with authorization as granted by the Eldorado High School Administration will be allowed to leave campus. Authorization to leave campus during lunchtime is extended only to seniors who have earned a minimum of 19 credits by the beginning of the school year. Permission may also be granted to seniors who have earned a minimum of 19 credits by the end of the first semester and are scheduled to graduate in May. RULES FOR LEAVING CAMPUS DURING LUNCH: 1. All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students must remain on campus. 2. Seniors with 19 or more earned credits by the beginning of the school year may walk or drive off campus. 3. All students leaving campus, by any means, must show current school I.D. upon request by an EHS employee. Violation or attempted violation of the Closed Campus Policy will result in consequences outlined in the Eagle Code. Lunchtime off campus privileges may be revoked and/or disciplinary consequences may be imposed for students who display an inability to behave themselves in the community, to drive in a responsible and prudent manner, or who develop attendance and or tardy problems.

Dances are for EHS students in good standing with a current school ID. School rules of conduct & behavior are applicable and appropriate action will be administered for infractions. Any student who is suspended at the time of the dance or who withdrew from EHS in poor standing may not attend. Students are discouraged from bringing non-EHS students. No one over the age of 20 and no middle school students are allowed to attend. EHS students wishing to bring a non-EHS date must fill out a non-EHS permission form and have the correct signatures before the tickets can be purchased. The non-EHS date must present his/her photo ID to the chaperone at the door. This ID will be held throughout the dance. It will be returned as the guest leaves for the evening. Students should be aware of the behavior on the dance floor. No inappropriate or outwardly suggestive dancing or moshing will be allowed. ARRIVAL TIME: All students who plan to attend the dance are to arrive at least one hour before the close of the dance (10:00 pm). Once a student chooses to leave a dance, he/she will not be readmitted. Backpacks are not allowed; purses & belongings may be searched. ATTIRE: Tuxedos are appropriate for all dances, Homecoming and Prom. No tennis shoes or costumes are allowed. Jeans are not allowed. Please wear appropriate suits, slacks or dresses. Dances end at 11:00 pm. If the student does not drive and must rely on a ride home, the ride should be waiting for the student prior to 11:00 pm. EHS dances are chaperoned by EHS staff, administration and parent volunteers. Eldorado dances are not open to the public. EHS generally hosts three formal dances throughout the school year; Homecoming, Winter Ball and Junior/Senior Prom. Dances are a fun opportunity and privilege for all EHS students. EHS students may bring only 1 guest. The student who is bringing the guest is responsible for their guests behavior.

Credits From Non-APS Schools (Correspondence, Online, Private Schools, Charter Schools, Community Colleges Or Universities.) Credits must be earned from an accredited institution. Prior approval must be granted to receive credit toward graduation for any course taken from educational institutes other than APS. Students wishing to earn credits outside of APS must meet with their counselor to develop a contract regarding approval of the course, appropriate deadlines for completion of coursework, finals and EHS receiving the final transcript. Earning credits through non-APS educators requires a high level of student motivation, and parental encouragement and supervision to complete in a timely manner. Courses must be completed with all documentation received by EHS prior to Senior Finals to participate in graduation ceremonies.

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Dress Code

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The Board of Education expects student dress and grooming to reflect high standards of personal conduct so that each student’s attire promotes a positive, safe, and healthy atmosphere within the school. Student dress may not present a health and safety hazard, violate municipal or state law, or present a potential for disruption of the educational process. Eldorado’s dress code policy requires that all attire be work setting appropriate and safe for school. The dress code will be enforced on registration days as well as during the school year. Students and their parents/guardians have the responsibility to be aware of the school specific dress codes and to conform to those requirements. Students must keep in mind that they need to dress appropriately for their educational environment. Often, what may be acceptable in an informal setting may not be appropriate school attire. Student dress is a reflection of the campus climate and Eldorado High School is recognized as a top performing high school with an emphasis on its motto, “Excellence * Honor * Spirit.” The responsibility to interpret and enforce the policy rests with the Eldorado High School administration. Administration will provide a change of clothes for those not in dress code. If a student chooses not to use the clothes provided, student will remain in TOC until the dress code violation is remedied. Student’s clothes will be held until the end of the day in exchange for EHS appropriate clothing is returned. Fines will be assessed for all school property not returned. This dress code complies with the APS Student Behavior Handbook. Students are expected to be neat, clean and appropriately dressed for learning. Shoes must be worn at all times. The dress code for Eldorado High School is: 1. All student shirts, tops, blouses, dresses, etc. must have sleeves and backs​. 2. All skirts must exceed the length of the student’s fingertips as they place their extended hands by their sides, with shoulders relaxed. 3. All shorts must exceed the length of the student’s closed fist as they place their closed hands by their sides, with shoulders relaxed. 4. Pants and shorts shall be worn so that no undergarments (underwear, shorts, athletic shorts, etc.) can be seen while the student is standing, sitting or bent over. 5. Headwear cannot be worn inside the buildings. All headwear worn outside must be worn forwards at all times. Exceptions to this rule (ex: religious/cultural) will be dealt with on a case by case basis through administration approval. 6. PE Uniforms - PE students are required to wear a white, Texas Orange, black or grey short sleeve, crew neck t-shirt. Student name must be clearly written on the front of the shirt in permanent marker. Black or Texas Orange shorts are also required. Uniforms in athletic classes may vary slightly. In addition, the following clothing items are prohibited on Eldorado High School’s campus or at any Eldorado High School function: - Excessively tight or revealing clothing. - Bare midriffs. - Exposure of cleavage. - See through/sheer clothing (this includes yoga pants, tights and leggings) - Attire or accessories that advertise, display or promote

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any of the following are not appropriate: drugs, alcohol, tobacco, violence, sexual activity, disrespect, bigotry towards any group, gang-related attire. No Bandanas Jewelry, adornments and/or accessories such as chains and spikes that could potentially be dangerous. Belts with more than 2 inches excess. “Bagging” (the wearing of excessively baggy and/or torn cut pants with low hanging crotches or bottoms dragging on the ground). Pants must have a normal size or fitted waist. No undergarments are to be showing. Any article of clothing, accessories or attire with gang-related insignias. Clothing in “uniform colors”. Sunglasses are not to be worn in the building. Holes in clothing and attire should not be outside the EHS dress code. Students must wear shoes. No cleated shoes or bedroom slippers. No pajamas are to be worn to school. No tank tops or bro tanks are allowed. Team sports jerseys must be worn with a sleeved shirt at all times No trench coats are allowed. Approved EHS team uniforms are permitted.

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(Pursuant to State Statute 22-12-2.1.: Interscholastic extracurricular activities; student participation. No student shall be absent from school for school-sponsored interscholastic extracurricular activities in excess of fifteen days per semester, and no class may be missed in excess of fifteen times per semester. ) An Eagle Absence is any absence for an extra-curricular or co-curricular activity for which the student has been legitimately excused by a sponsor, teacher and administrator. They include, but are not limited to, athletic contests, music, drama, speech, club activities, classroom field trips, etc. The following rules apply to all school-related absences. Students must have a 2.0 and no F’s based on the last grading period. (NMAA guidelines) Sponsor MUST submit a Field Trip Request form to the Activities Director at least 5 school days in advance for in-district field trips, 10 school days in advance for all our of city field trips. A detailed itinerary MUST be included with Field Trip Request Forms. Name of all students going MUST be attached as well. (These are the students who will be going. You will not be allowed to add late students) Sponsors will supply students with a parent permission form for on-campus and off-campus activities. It is the student’s responsibility to return the signed form to their sponsor. It is also the student’s responsibility to notify their teachers of an Eagle Absence. Upon approval, the activities/athletic director will email all staff for notification of Eagle Absences. The email is a courtesy notification of the students absences from the classes listed on the form. Arrangements for make-up work should be finalized before the student goes to the event. Students who receive an Eagle Absence represent Eldorado High School and their behavior should be exemplary at all times. Students in excess of eight (8) unexcused absences may not be allowed to attend Eagle Absence.

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Extracurricular Activities

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Participation in extracurricular activities is a privilege offered to, and earned by, students. Because participants are serving as representatives of their school and community, their conduct is expected to exemplify high standards at all times. Participants are expected to adhere to higher standards of academics, attendance and conduct than that established for the general school population in order to maintain their extracurricular privileges. Many extracurricular activities, such as running for homecoming court, etc. require academic standards similar to those necessary to participate in athletics. See sponsor for requirements. Participation in extracurricular activities is not a student right, and suspension of such privileges does not require a due process hearing procedure. Any student who wishes to start a new organization should check with the Activities Director for information about how new clubs and organizations are formed. Every club must have a sponsor who is a member of the school staff, ten student members and must have a constitution on file in the Activities Office. To be an official club for the current school year, the club must be submitted and approved by October 31st of the current year. Every effort is made to provide opportunities for students to express their interests by belonging to clubs and organizations.

Suspension Of Extra Curricular Privileges Students may be removed, at the discretion of the principal, from any part or all extracurricular privileges for up to one (1) full calendar year. Participation in extracurricular activities is a privilege offered to and earned by students. Because participants are serving as representatives of their school and community, their conduct is expected to exemplify high standards at all times. Participants are expected to adhere to higher standards of academics and conduct than established for the general school population in order to maintain their extra-curricular privileges. Participation in extracurricular activities is not a student right, and suspension of privileges does not require a due process hearing Extra-curricular activities may include but not be limited to attendance/participation in school activities such as athletic events, open campus, dances, clubs, student government, and other privileged events (including commencement exercises), as determined by a site administrator.

Extra-Curricular Substance  Abuse & Tobacco Policy  Extra-curricular activities are an integral part of the educational process, providing students with opportunities to further develop their unique capabilities, interests and needs beyond the classroom. Participation in extracurricular activities is a PRIVILEGE offered to and earned by students. Because participants are representatives of their school and community, their conduct is expected to exemplify high standards at all times. The Extra-Curricular Substance Abuse and Tobacco Policy is in effect twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, at all times/locations from the first day of fall sports practices to the end of the school year. The definition of possession is extended to include circumstances where substances covered under the policy are proximal and available (i.e. parties, gatherings, etc.). Criteria for application of sanctions would include, but not be limited to:

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Any “Minor” in Possession Citation (MIP) or Offense by a Minor Citation. Written documentation from legitimate law enforcement, school, security reports. Personal acknowledgment by the student in question and/or their guardian. The following applies to a Suspension of Extra-Curricular Privileges: ● The suspension applies to all NMAA sanctioned athletic and non-athletic activities. ● Students will not be withdrawn from classes co-curricular with activities. ● A student serving a suspension cannot participate in a “try-out” during that suspension. ● Suspension can carry over from one school year to the next for underclassmen. ● Participation in summer programs for students on suspension will be interpreted in the same way as scholastic eligibility for athletics in the summer (i.e., students may participate in on-campus/intramural activities only).

Use And/Or  Possession  Of Controlled/Illegal Substances  First Offense-​Student’s loss of all NMAA sanctioned extra-curricular privileges and eligibility for 45 school days for controlled/illegal substances from the date determined by a site administrator. The loss of privileges includes practice and competition. Summer school is not considered as school days for this policy. Student will be required to complete the Parent Involvement Program or other appropriate intervention programs approved by the site administrator. Second Offense-​Student is ineligible to participate in NMAA sanctioned extra-curricular activities for the remainder of the academic year or longer under special circumstances.

Use And/Or Possession Of Tobacco Products The term “tobacco product” means any product make or derived from tobacco that is intended for human consumption, including any component, part, or accessory of a tobacco product. This includes, among other products, cigars, cigarettes, cigarette tobacco, roll-your-own tobacco, smokeless tobacco and e-cigarettes. First Offense ​- Student’s loss of all NMAA sanctioned extra-curricular privileges and eligibility for 10 school days for tobacco substances from the date determined by a site administrator. The loss of privileges includes practice and competition. Summer school is not considered as school days for this policy. Students will be required to complete the Tobacco Cessation Program or other appropriate intervention programs approved by the site administrator. ​Second Offense – Student is ineligible to participate in NMAA sanctioned extra-curricular activities for 45 school days. If a student is in violation of this policy at a time in which the handbook is force, other disciplinary consequences may apply. This may include suspension of extra-curricular activities, including but not limited to attendance/participation in school activities such as athletic events, open campus, dances, clubs and other privileged events (including commencement exercises), as determined by a site administrator.

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Final Examinations

Senior students who receive consequences under this policy during the last quarter of the school year may be assigned community service, to be served prior to participation in privileged events such as commencement exercises. Community service will be assigned by the site administrator.

State law mandates that all students take a semester examination for all classes. Students cannot be excused from a final exam by any school official. Each semester, Eldorado High School receives requests for students to leave school prior to the end of the semester or to take early exams. State Law mandates that students attend school 180 days. If a student chooses to leave school early, he/she will not be excused from class. Early final exams will not be given. The school is not obligated to provide make-up work if a student does not complete the entire semester and final grades will reflect the lack of completion. Family vacations should be planned around the final exam dates.

Sale or Distribution of Controlled/Illegal Substances  Student is ineligible to participate in extracurricular activities for the remainder of the academic year or longer under special circumstances. PARTICIPATION IN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IS NOT A STUDENT RIGHT AND SUSPENSION OF SUCH PRIVILEGE DOES NOT REQUIRE A DUE PROCESS HEARING.

Fire Drills And Regulations The emergency evacuation signal is a wailing tone. When the alarm sounds, teachers and students are to evacuate the building in a brisk but orderly fashion, and are to assemble in classroom groups a least fifty feet from any building as directed by teachers and staff and are to remain there until an “all clear” signal three short rings, indicates it is safe to return to the buildings. Fire lanes on the campus grounds have been clearly marked and cars parked in these areas will be ticketed, or towed at owner’s expense. When campus is “locked down,” students are to remain in their classroom (or go to the nearest classroom.) and follow the instructions of the teacher until the all-clear signal is given.

Fees & Fines The Albuquerque Public Schools has made a strong move to eliminate fees in all classes, but some classes require materials, which become your property. By checking the Course Catalog, you should be able to determine which classes are available with or without fees.Fines are charged for overdue Media Center materials or damaged textbooks. You will also be required to pay for any unreturned or damaged materials or textbooks.

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Extra-Curricular Substance Abuse & Tobacco Policy. What is this policy? The Extra-Curricular Substance Abuse and Tobacco Policy is a policy that was created to discourage risky behaviors in students with regard to alcohol, drugs and tobacco and to promote high standards of behavior for all students. Does this policy apply only to students involved in sports or activities? No. This Policy applies to ALL APS students. When is this policy in effect? This policy is in effect 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at all times/locations from the first day of fall sports practices to the end of the school year. It applies even at times when the Student Behavior Handbook is NOT in force. When is the Student Behavior Handbook in force? The Handbook is in force: During regular school hours and/or on school property, during transportation of students, and at times and places where appropriate school administrators and staff have jurisdiction including, but not limited to school-sponsored events, field trips, athletic functions and other school-related activities. On the way to or from school or a school-related event What happens if I violate this policy when the Handbook is in force? Consequences will apply to all New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) sanctioned and non-athletic events and other events at the discretion of the site administrator. Students who violate the policy when the Student Behavior Handbook is in force will receive the following consequences: Loss of all extra-curricular privileges and

eligibility (including practice and competition) for 45 school days for controlled/illegal substances and 10 school days for tobacco products (not including summer school) from the date determined by a site administrator. Students will be required to complete the Parent Involvement Program or other appropriate intervention programs approved by the site administrator. The site administrator may impose a minimum consequence of short-term suspension per APS discipline policy. The site administrator may also suspend other activities from the student, including but not limited to attendance/participation in school activities such as athletic events, open campus, dances, clubs, and other privileged events, including commencement exercises. What are the consequences if I’m in violation of the policy when the Handbook is NOT in force? Consequences will apply to all New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) sanctioned athletic and non-athletic events. The consequences will be: Loss of all extra-curricular privileges and eligibility (including practice and competition) for 45 school day (not including summer school) from the date determined by a site administrator. Students will be required to complete the Parent Involvement Program or other appropriate intervention programs approved by the site administrator. Can I still go through commencement exercises if I am in violation of this policy? The site administrator will decide whether or not the student will be able to participate in the commencement ceremony. If a student violates the policy at a time when the Handbook is NOT in force, the student will be able to participate in the commencement ceremony, only after doing community service assigned by the site administrator.

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Food Services/Lunch

Honor Cords

Both breakfast and lunch are available in the cafeteria. A list of menu items and prices are available in the cafeteria. Students are responsible for keeping the cafeteria clean. Free and reduced price meals are available to those students who qualify; applications are available from the cafeteria. The DECA Eagles Nest provides a wide variety of lunch items and is located in the southwest corner of the Vocational Building. The Coaches Corner is located in the gym lobby. Food/drink items should not be purchased during class time. The cafeteria, DECA Eagles Nest and Coaches Corner are closed during announcements and homeroom.

Seniors receiving an Eldorado honor cord must have maintained a 3.5 cumulative GPA. Only recognized members of Eldorado national recognized honor societies will be allowed to receive and wear their respective cords. All honor cords will be distributed to the honor society sponsor by the Activities Director.

Fundraisers/Scheduling

Hazing Policy:

Eldorado groups planning to sponsor activities or fundraisers must request approval from the Activities Director in order to avoid unnecessary conicts or problems. The Activities Director also must approve booster club fundraisers for all sport teams and organizations. This policy applies to off-campus as well as on-campus fundraising activities. Fundraisers will not be approved without a current constitution on file. Games of chance such a Vegas Night or a raffle, by any name, are prohibited on or off campus. To schedule use of facilities, contact the Athletic Director for gym or field use and the Activities Director for all other facilities. ​No online fundraisers are permitted per APS policy.

Graduation

Health Immunization Records

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Participation in commencement exercises is a privilege not a right and is optional. Seniors who choose to participate in commencement must obtain an official cap/gown, attend required meetings and rehearsals, and agree to observe the rules. The privilege may be revoked for inappropriate/unacceptable behavior and/or any suspendable offense. ● Graduation dates and information will be distributed to seniors in senior meetings with Administration beginning in the fall semester. ● Seniors who do not wish to participate MUST notify the Activities Office by April 26th. ● Orders for caps/gowns/announcements are taken in the fall. The calendar lists order/delivery dates and you may contact the Activities Office for further information. Senior orders are handled by Campus Specialties, 1529 Eubank NE, Suite B 275-9357. ● In March, students are asked to check the spelling of their names for diplomas. During cap & gown distribution students are to check for pronunciation of their names. ● All seniors planning to go through graduation ceremonies must attend the mandatory practice and the mandatory honors assembly to be able to participate in the graduation ceremonies. ● Dress Code: Official cap and gown are mandatory at all rehearsals/assemblies. Females: nice dresses or dress pants and dress shoes. Males: Black pants, dress shirt, dress shoes. (No flip flops or tennis shoes)

All students should be aware of the Board of Education’s ‘Hazing’ policy as it pertains to initiation into an organization. “Hazing will not be permitted as a condition of membership in any group or organization connected with APS. Hazing is defined as: to harass by exacting unnecessary, disagreeable or degrading tasks or activities which may result in harm or bodily injury to an individual to play abusive and humiliating tricks on an individual by a way of initiation.

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All students in the Albuquerque Public Schools must be currently immunized (or have a current exemption) before entering school. Students may be disenrolled for non-compliance. Immunization requirements are as follows: Diphtheria-Tetanus, a series of three plus a booster every 10 years. Polio vaccine, a series of three-also the student needs to have received their most recent dose of polio vaccine after the 4th birthday. If the student has already reached the age of 18 years, no additional polio vaccine is required. MMR (measles-mumps-rubella), two doses of this vaccine are required. Both doses must be given after the age of 12 months. MMR vaccine given before the 1st birthday is not considered valid. Hepatitis B – Series of three. Students with exemptions must have them renewed annually. Medication Taken At School When a parent and/or physician requests that prescription medication be given at school, the nurse should be contacted. If a student must routinely take medication at school, it is required that a medication authorization form be filled out by both the physician and the parent, and then submitted to the nurse. Over-the-counter medications are not supplied by APS and are not stocked as available items in the Nurse’s Office. If a parent requests that their student be able to receive over-the-counter medication during the school day, the parent is required to sign a consent form for over-the-counter/short term medication and the parent must provide the requested medication. Please contact the Nurse’s Office regarding all situations involving medications during the school day.

Insurance Accident insurance for students is made available by a local insurance agency. The school assists only by issuing information and forwarding the forms. The school assumes no responsibility for the performance of the contract between the insured and the insurance company. Claim forms are available in the main office.

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Internet/Computer Use

Reference books checked out only overnight and are assessed a late fine of $.25/a day per resource ($5.00 maximum). The library catalog and research links can be accessed at library.aps.edu, and then click on Eldorado High School. The media center is to be used for study and research, not for games or socializing. Students who are disturbing the right of others to be in a quiet place to study will be asked to leave. Student who are sent out of class are to report to TOC and are not allowed to be in the media center.

All students will abide by the specifics set forth in the long version of the Acceptable Use Policy which they sign at registration. A summary statement of this policy is as follows: Students will only USE internet sites which support their research for Eldorado High School projects and assignments. The violation of the policy will result in the loss of computer privileges

Intensive Global Support Program   The Intensive Support Program for Students with Significant Disabilities at Eldorado High School serves approximately 18 students who range in age from 16 to 22. The program is staffed by teachers, educational assistants, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, a nurse and social workers. The students have severe impairments and need an Individualized Educational Program. While their education program is different from most students at Eldorado, they participate in student activities such as assemblies, clubs, dances, plays, and athletic events when appropriate. They also display the same pride that comes with being an EAGLE. All Eagles are asked to make these students welcome on our campus. If you need more information about the program or would like to be a student aide in the program, please contact the assistant principal in charge of Special Education.

Messages And Deliveries Messages for students may be taken only from parents or legal guardians and only for emergencies. While reasonable efforts will be made to deliver the message, school personnel cannot guarantee their timely delivery. Please give your student instructions prior to leaving home. No food deliveries will be permitted. Deliveries of flowers, balloons, etc. cannot be made directly to the classroom. In such cases, the student will be notified to pick up the delivery in the office after school. Absolutely no deliveries will be accepted at the school on Valentines’ Day.

Parent Involvement Program (Pip/Crossroads)  The Parent Involvement Program (PIP) is a special program designed to serve as an alternative to long-term suspension when a student is involved in a drug or alcohol violation. PIP is designed to educate both the parent and student on topics such as teen issues, communication, problem solving, and provide information about drugs and alcohol.

Lockers   Lockers are issued for the convenience of students and should not be shared. If a student chooses to have a hallway locker or a PE locker, they must provide their own lock and it must placed on the locker at all times. Lockers offer only minimal security and items of value should not be placed in the locker. If your locker is broken into, you must file a report with our APS police officer immediately. It is your responsibility to keep the locker locked and clear of unnecessary litter. School officials may search lockers at any time. A date will be announced at the end of the school year by which students must clear lockers or locks will be removed and materials discarded. APS and EHS are not responsible for articles taken from students’ lockers, this includes textbooks, which will be replaced at the student/parent expense.

Lost & Found   The lost and found is located in the Security Office. Students will show their student ID to claim their belongings. Students are advised not to bring valuable items to school. Unclaimed articles in the lost and found will be donated to charities.

Media Center The library provides resources for students, on campus and through the internet. The library hold almost 30,000 volumes of books and videos and provides access to multiple subscription databases and electronic resources. The library is open before school, lunch and after school for students and teachers. Students may visit the library with a class or independently. Independent students must provide a pass from class and a valid EHS student ID to use a computer. Printing and supplies are available for student use. Fiction and nonfiction books are checked out to students for a 3 week time period and are assessed a late fine of $.10/a day per book ($5.00 maximum)

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Participation in Activities and Athletics

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Academic Requirements for Participation in any activity or athletics: Students must be enrolled in at least four (4) classes and passing all classes (including online and dual credit) per semester to be eligible for participation and a 2.0 GPA, with no F’s, is required. All clubs and organizations must: have a current constitution on file in the Activities Office have at least 10 active members that attend EHS. have an adult staff member on campus as a sponsor follow EHS dress code at all times publish when and where meetings are held follow rules and regulations for school announcements, fundraising, community service and field trips membership list must be turned in after second meeting to the Activities Office. In addition, each club and/or organization will have additional information specific to its own constitution and by-laws available to members. Requirements for lettering must be stipulated in the club’s constitution and approved per school requirements.

Passes Students are not allowed out of their scheduled classes without an Administrator, Counselor, Nurse’s pass, or a signed pass on student planner by your teacher. Passes will only be given out sparingly and for legitimate reasons to leave the classroom. Students out of class without a proper pass will be directed to TOC.

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Publications  

Grade point average  

Eldorado High School has two official publications prepared by students under the direction of faculty advisers, the school newspaper (The Talon) and the yearbook (El Aguila). The El Aguila yearbook will go on sale at registration for $67.00. Yearbooks may be purchased online from 8/13/2018 to 12/31/2018 at www.yearbookordercenter.com for $71 and from 1/1/2019 to 3/31/2019 for $75. (Go to the website and enter the code number 6190 and follow the prompts. You may use a credit card with the online site. APS cannot accept credit or debit cards.)

The student’s semester grades determine grade point average. Grade point average is based upon the following: A = 4 points, B = 3 points, C = 2 points, D = 1 point, F = 0 points. In addition, grades in honors classes include a weighting factor in determining grade point average. Students who repeat a course will receive credit only once. Both grades are recorded on the transcript; only the higher grade is used in computing the grade point average. Classes evaluated on a pass/fail basis are not counted in computing GPA or class rank. “W/F’s” (withdrawal from the class with a grade of “F”) are counted for computing grade point average. The basic grading system used at Eldorado High School is based on a percentage system: A=90-100%, B=80-89%, C=70-79%, D=60-69%, F=0-59%. Absences eliminate the student’s ability to participate in class activities and discussions, therefore attendance is absolutely necessary. In addition to assignments teachers may utilize a participation grade to determine the overall quarter/semester grade.

School Pictures Lifetouch Studios is the contracted photographer for EHS and will photograph students for the yearbook. Photograph packages are ordered on prepay basis and payment must be presented at the time the photo is taken. Refunds are made available by special request to the photography company if they are unacceptable and retakes are no longer an option. Photographs of Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen will be taken at Eldorado on August 29 & 30, 2018. Seniors have their yearbook portrait taken by appointment at the photographer’s studio, usually during the summer. Seniors must have their pictures taken by Lifetouch Studios in order for their picture to be in the yearbook. In order for a senior to have their picture in the yearbook, the picture must be taken no later than October 31st.

Lifetouch Studios 6101 Signal Ave. NE - STE A Albuquerque, NM 87113 Phone: 505-237-1957

Schedule Changes  

Report Cards/Progress Reports Progress reports are sent electronically via Synergy at the end of each six week grading period. Report cards are mailed home at the end of each semester. The 3rd and 6th week progress report will be mailed home along with the report cards. The semester grade is calculated by considering the three-six week grades and the final exam grade. Credit (0.5 credit per class), is granted upon successful completion of the semester. The report card indicates the total number of days absent for any reason, other than Eagle absences, in each class for that six-week period. Any grade below “C” should be an indication to you and your parents that you are having difficulty of some type. These six- week progress reports will help students plan for improvement and serve as an acknowledgement of students who are being successful. Weekly grade checks may be completed by picking up a form in the Counseling Office. To contact teachers about students’ grades/progress/concerns, parents can access teachers email addresses at EldoradoEagles.com, or send them a message through Synergy. Access can also be acquired by calling EHS and obtaining individual teachers phone extensions.

Because you had an opportunity to select classes through registration, schedule changes will not be allowed unless you have been academically misplaced. These changes must be requested through the counselor or the head special education teacher with recommendations from the parent and teacher involved. Any changes must be made within the first two weeks of each semester. Students who are dropped from a class after ten school days may be given a WF and assigned to an alternate location. Students will not be permitted to have an open period. Any exceptions must have administrative approval.

School Trips The school administration must approve all trips and Eagle Absences. All field trips must be approved two weeks prior to the day of the event. The last day for classroom field trips in the fall semester is November 30th and April 26th for the spring semester. District, regional, state and national competitions are to be exempt from these deadlines. “Senior Trips” are not endorsed or sponsored by Eldorado High School or the Albuquerque Public School District. All questions or concerns regarding a trip need to be addressed to the company or its representative agent sponsoring the trip. Please feel free to contact our Activities Office if you need to determine whether a trip is sponsored by Eldorado or APS.

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Sexual Harassment

Student Parking & Driving

It is important to remember that all have the right to feel safe, not to be discriminated against, and to be treated with respect and dignity. It is the responsibility of every student to respect these rights and to ensure that the school environment is non-threatening and comfortable for ALL. Students are reminded to think before you say or do anything that would be considered sexual harassment. Do not put yourself in a position where you are accused of sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is not based upon the intent. Sexual harassment is in the eyes of the beholder. Sexual harassment is based upon the perception of the person who feels uncomfortable, intimidated, or believes he or she is in a hostile environment. Albuquerque Public Schools prohibits sexual harassment and sexual harassment is against the law. Students in violation of this policy will be dealt with in accordance with APS and EHS disciplinary procedures. Any student who feels they have been a target of sexual harassment should contact their counselor or administrator immediately. See Eldorado Eagle Code for specific consequences.

Since parking is limited at Eldorado, priority will be given to seniors and juniors. Vehicles with an EHS permit may park in the student lot only. To register a vehicle, the student must pay a $40 (non-refundable) fee for the year. Replacement cost for lost or stolen tags will be $40.00. Everyone must provide a valid driver’s license and a current EHS school ID to register vehicles. Once vehicles have been registered, the parking tag may be used in any vehicle that is registered to the purchaser. All vehicles parked on the school grounds must be registered with the school (no exceptions) and the EHS parking tag must be placed on the rear view mirrors of the front window AT ALL TIMES. You may not buy or transfer a parking permit to another student at any time. All vehicles should be locked after arriving in the morning. Parking fees are in no way an insurance policy. Although we will do our best to secure the lot, EHS or APS will not guarantee that losses will not occur. EHS and APS will not be responsible for damages to or loss of vehicles.

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Smoking By Board of Education policy, there will be no use of tobacco, including smokeless tobacco and electronic tobacco devices on APS property, which includes all parking areas and the front of the school. Consequences are itemized in the Eagle Code. The closed campus policy prohibits students from leaving campus to smoke. Please remind your parents of this regulation when they are attending school related functions.

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Sportsmanship   All Eldorado High School students and parents have a responsibility to show respect and consideration for their opponents, coaches, and officials as well as to demonstrate enthusiastic support of the Eagles. Good sportsmanship requires students to observe the following: 1. Not booing or harassing the opposing team or officials 2. Students should respect all private and public property 3. Unnecessary litter, such as confetti, creates additional work for stadium and gymnasium maintenance people and does little to show respect for the athletic teams. 4. Students may not rush the gym floor, stadium, field or team. 5. Students and parents who demonstrate poor sportsmanship may be removed from the event by a school administrator and/or school security/police.

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Student I.D. Cards   You are required to have your identification card in your possession during school hours due to safety concerns and an increase in security nationwide. Students must present ID cards at all APS functions and/or if a staff member requests you to show identification. Failure to present identification will result in disciplinary action. In addition, student I.D’s will be required of seniors for off campus lunch privileges. The I.D. will be required for students to check out materials and textbooks. Lost underclassmen I.D. cards must be replaced for a $5.00 replacement fee. Lost senior I.D. cards must be replaced for a $25.00 replacement fee. I.D. checks may be conducted periodically.

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POLICIES FOR USE OF EHS PARKING LOTS Parking is strictly limited to designated student parking areas only. Parking is not permitted in the areas around the tennis courts, baseball fields, softball fields or fields behind the academy and gymnasium. No student parking is allowed in faculty and visitor lots. Violators may lose driving privileges, be tagged, booted, and/or towed at owner’s expense. a. Towing will be at owner’s expense. b. Removing a boot will be a $20.00 charge to the student. c. Tampering with the boot is prohibited; cost will be charged to the student to repair the boot. Only seniors may drive their vehicles off campus during lunch w/valid EHS senior ID card). Seniors with parking permits are encouraged to park in the East parking lot. Overflow parking will be permitted in the North lot. Cars parked on campus without a permit may be towed away. Students may not access their vehicles during passing periods and school hours. (Your car is not your locker.) Students are not to loiter in the parking lot at any time. Continuous loitering in the parking lot may result in loss of parking privileges and other disciplinary action. Misuse of vehicle due to unsafe driving practices, or use of the vehicle to assist students in ditching or leaving campus without authorization may result in loss of driving privileges and/or other disciplinary action. Students will follow posted speed signs. All vehicles, drivers, and passengers are subject to all NM state traffic laws. Students are to park motorcycles in the designated motorcycle lot east of the cafeteria. Repeated tardies and/or unexcused absences may result in suspension or revocation of parking privileges on campus. ● Six (6) tardies in one or more classes may result in the loss of parking privileges for two weeks. ● Three (3) unexcused absences in one or more classes may result in the loss of parking privileges for two weeks. ● Six (6) unexcused absences in one or more classes may

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result in the loss of parking privileges for the rest of the semester. ● Ten or more unexcused absences in one or more classes may result in the loss of parking privileges for the rest of the school year. Parking on campus without a valid permit or once parking privileges have been suspended or revoked due to attendance or discipline issues will result in a boot placed on the vehicle, which will not be removed until a fine of $20.00 is paid or the vehicle will be towed at the owner’s expense. There will be no parking permit fee refund for loss of parking privileges.

In School Suspension (ISS) In School Suspension is an in-house suspension room located near the office. Students are sent to ISS by teachers or administrators. Students who do not attend ISS when referred forfeit the privilege to make up work and are counted as an unexcused absent for the period. Community service may be a component of In School Suspensions.

Telephones

Transfers Requests must be submitted to the Student Service Center. Approvals must be granted through the SSC as well. All transfers are granted on a space and program availability basis. The approval process is on a random, lottery basis which follows guidelines of APS Policy and Procedural Directive as well as the NM Open Enrollment Act. Siblings of students who currently attend will likely be place unless overridden by the Superintendent. There is no guarantee that children of staff members will receive a transfer approval. Students do not need to reapply each year once a transfer is approved. They only need to reapply when they are changing school levels (elem. to mid.; mid to high). Once a transfer is approved the student becomes yours for the remainder of his/her stay at that school level, in most cases.

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Students can get a copy of their “unofficial” transcript (free) from the counseling office. If you would like an “official” copy, please see the Registrar downstairs in the Administration building.

The office and school phones are for school business and are available to students only for emergencies. Eldorado’s telephone system uses a Voice Mail program. Students and parents may leave messages for school personnel by entering the proper voicemail box number. Teachers should inform their students of the number during the first week of school. Eldorado is also tied in to the telephone FAX network. The FAX number at EHS is 291-6809.

Visitors  

Next Step Plan

Withdrawal From School

The Next Step Plan (HB 522) was enacted by the legislature of the State of New Mexico as a graduation requirement for each student at the end of grades eight through twelve. The Next Step Plan is an annual, personal written plan developed by the student in consultation with the student’s parent or guardian and a school official. The plan has specific post-high school goals as well as a course of study (coursework and educational experiences) that will help the student to achieve those goals. The Next Step Plan is meant to be a living, working document that is updated on a regular basis. Students will re-examine, revise and fine-tune their individual goals and course of study at least once per school year.

Textbooks & School Materials Textbooks are school property issued to students and remain the property of APS and should be treated with care, as they must be used for several years. Textbooks must be covered at all times. All materials must be returned. When you receive your text or other materials, you assume full responsibility and will be expected to pay for damage and/or loss. Bar codes that have been removed or mutilated will result in a fine. When you change a class, you should return the book from the class dropped.

Any visitor must report to the Administrative Office before he/she goes on the main campus and receive an Eldorado visitors pass. Visitors should park in the southeast parking lot. Student guest visits, including siblings, children, and cousins, are not allowed. Unauthorized visitors may be cited for unlawful presence. Parents are welcome and encouraged to visit the school at any time, but must check in with the office first.

If you leave Eldorado to enter another school, you need to begin by seeing your grade level secretary. Your parent or guardian must accompany you or contact your attendance secretary when withdrawing from school. All outstanding bills must be paid and all books returned. Your student I.D. card and parking pass from Eldorado must be turned in at the same time.

NM State Assessments The New Mexico State Assessments are state mandated standardized tests that all Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors are required to take. These tests are given in March/April and it is extremely important that all Juniors are present on the New Mexico Standards Based Assessment test days. A list of these dates and/or time frame can be found on page 20.

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6. Promoting An Illegal Or Unsafe Activity

The Eagle Code Discipline is a systematic control necessary to create a safe and healthy environment conducive to learning. Thus, the following section addresses infractions and subsequent consequences at Eldorado High School. In addition, the APS Student Behavior Handbook regulations will be enforced. Disciplinary situations covered and not covered by the Eagle Code will be dealt with in accordance with the APS Student Behavior Handbook and at the discretion of the administrator. ● Community Service and or Saturday School may also be used in addition to consequences listed above.

1. General Disruptive Conduct/Refusal To Obey/Defiance/ Willful Conduct That Disrupts The Educational Process 1st Offense​ - conference, 3-5 days of AM detention 2nd Offense​ - contract, parent contact, 1-3 day ISS 3rd Offense - 3 day home suspension and a parent conference

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1st Offense - ​3-5 days AM detention, parent contact 2nd Offense - ​1-3 day ISS and a parent conference 3rd Offense - ​3 day home suspension and a parent conference Violation of this policy may also result in suspension or revocation of parking privileges on campus. Students sent out of class are to report directly to TOC.

3. Drugs/Controlled Substance:

​Use and/or possession of drugs/paraphernalia/electronic devices 1st Offense- legal citation/arrest, 3-5 day suspension, mandatory drug assessment, parent conference, no use contract. Participation in school-sanctioned drug awareness program, failure to complete attendance to this program will result in 2 additional days of suspension. 2nd Offense - ​10 day suspension or long-term suspension referral and possible legal action. - Sale/Distribution - Long-term suspension or expulsion referral, possible legal action.

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1st Offense-​ 3 day ISS, parent conference 2nd Offense​- 3 day home suspension, parent conference Violation of this policy may also result in suspension or revocation of parking privileges on campus.

5. Assault, Aggravated Assault, Battery/Fighting, Aggravated Battery (​A verbal or physical act which implies a threat of bodily harm). 1st Offense- Minimum of a 3 day suspension, possible legal action, no fight contract 2nd Offense - 5 day suspension referral, possible legal action 3rd Offense - Long-term suspension referral, possible legal action depending on violation.

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7. Gang Related Activity/Violence (Severe Offense) 1st Offens​e- long-term suspension or expulsion referral, possible legal action

8. I.D. (not carrying/presenting upon request) -

1st Offense​- Pay for replacement/disciplinary action The replacement fee for an ID is $5.00, $25.00 for seniors

9. Inappropriate Attire (Refer To Dress Code) 1st Offens​e - correct issue, parent contact 2nd Offens​e- 3 days AM detention, parent contact,correct issue 3rd Offense​ - 1 day ISS, parent contact, correct issue 4th Offense​ - 3 day ISS, parent conference

10. Leaving Class Without Permission

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(e.g. fighting, drug use, smoking, theft, etc.) by gathering in the vicinity, on or off campus during the school day, of such an occurrence and/or hindering the efforts of officials to intervene. 1st Offense​ - 3 day ISS, parent contact 2nd Offense​ - 5 day ISS, parent contact 3rd Offens​e - 3 day home suspension, parent conference

1st Offense - Zero for period, absent for the period, 3 days AM detention, parent contact 2nd Offense - Zero for period, absent for the period, 1-3 days ISS, parent contact

11. Driving Violations 1st Offense - Parent contact, minimum of 1 day ISS, loss of Parking for 2 weeks. 2nd Offens​e - 1-3 day ISS or OSS, loss of Parking for a minimum of the rest of the Semester and parent contact 3rd Offense - Possible legal action depending on violations. Suspension to parent conference and loss of parking for the remainder of the school year •Repeated tardies and/or unexcused absences may result in suspension or revocation of parking privileges on campus.

12. Profanity Referrals 1st Offense​ - 3 days lunch detention 2nd Offense​ - Parent contact, 5 days lunch detention 3rd Offens​e - 3 day ISS, parent conference

13. Verbal Abuse/Profanity (Directed at Staff/Students) /Derogatory Language 1st Offense​ - Minimum of 3-day suspension, parent conference 2nd Offense - ​Minimum of 5-day suspension, parent conference 3rd Offense - ​Long-term suspension referral

14. Sexual Misconduct ANY Offense- Parent conference, referral to counselor, ISS or possible OSS as determined by the school administrators.

15. Sexual Harassment/Hazing/Racial Slurs Any gesture or written, verbal, or physical act that is reasonably perceived as being motivated by any actual or perceived characteristic, such as race, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability; which has the

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effect of harming another individual, damaging his/her property, placing the individual in reasonable fear, or has the effect of causing a disruption to the educational process. This includes anything occurring on electronic media as well. ANY Offense- Parent conference, referral to counselor, contract/mediation, apology, 1 day ISS, WF, or schedule change, possible out of school suspension, long term suspension or expulsion depending on severity.

16. Tardies/TOC Visits Excessive is (more than four times in a class per semester). Student not in class by the final bell will not be admitted to class without a pass from the office or TOC coordinator. 1st Offense - ​4 tardies in 1 class = 3 days of lunch duty 2nd Offense​ - 6 in 1 class = Saturday school 3rd Offense - ​10 in 1 class = 1 days ISS, parent contact Chronic tardiness- Any consequence beyond 3 instances of tardiness equals suspension pending parent conference.

17. Cheating/Plagiarism/Forgery To take and use the thoughts, writings, or inventions of another and claim them as their own. 1st Offense-​ Loss of points, parent contact, 1 day ISS 2nd Offense- Loss of points, parent conference, 3 days ISS, possible W/F. - Additional consequences may be imposed due to the severity of the infraction.

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Possessing and/or displaying materials which are indecent and have the potential of being disruptive 1st Offense - ​3-5 days AM detention, parent contact 2nd Offense - ​1-3 days ISS and parent conference 3rd Offense - ​3 day home suspension and a parent conference

22. Truancy/Ditching Student is caught ditching by a staff member or police. 1st Offense - ​1 day ISS, citation, parent contact 2nd Offense - ​3 day ISS, citation, parent contact 3rd Offense - ​Suspension until parent conference, possible citation

23. Vandalism/Graffiti (including slap tags) 1st Offense - ​Community service, 3 day ISS, restitution, legal action, home suspension or possible long term suspension 2nd Offense - ​Long-term suspension hearing, restitution, legal action 24. Weapons Guns- (Real or fake) - Expulsion, probable legal action. Other offensive weapons intended to harm or intimidate-Long-term suspension or expulsion, possible legal action Possession of potential weapon1st Offense - ​3 day to 10 day suspension, parent conference and possible long-term suspension 2nd Offense - ​Long-term suspension

25. Bullying/Cyber Bullying

18. Theft -

21. Obscene Materials

1st Offense - ​3 day suspension, restitution, possible legal action Possible W/F from class if it violates classroom contract. 2nd Offense - ​Minimum of 5 day home suspension, restitution, possible legal action Possible W/F from class if it violates classroom contract.

19. Tobacco/Smoking/Electronic Devices 1st Offense - ​3 days AM detention, parent contact 2nd Offense​ - 5 days AM detention, parent contact 3rd Offense​ - 1 day ISS, parent conference

20. Contraband and Cell Phones (Lasers, cell phones, I-Pods, external amplification devices and all other electronic devices being used in the classroom, etc.) Due to potential danger, lasers will not be returned. 1st Offense - ​Confiscate, return to parent at the end of the regular school day. 2nd Offense - Confiscate-3 days, return to parent at the end of the regular school day, 5 day AM detention 3rd Offense - ​Confiscate until the end of the semester, return to parent Note: ​By directive of APS Risk Management, skateboards, skates, or scooters are not allowed to be ridden on any APS school campuses by student or non-students either during school hours or non-school hours.

Using power aggressively in which a person is subjected to intentional, unwanted and unprovoked hurtful verbal and/or physical actions. The aggression is repeated on more than one occasion and can include either: physical, verbal, emotional, racial, sexual, written, electronic, damage to property, social exclusion and intimidation. Those who encourage bullying in a digital or cyber environment may be subject to corrective action on any occasion ANY Offense- Parent conference, referral to counselor, contract/mediation, apology, 1 day ISS, WF or schedule change, possible out of school suspension, long term suspension or expulsion depending on severity. ZERO TOLERANCE --Eldorado High School implements a zero tolerance policy with regard to certain disciplinary infractions. Zero tolerance is the policy of applying penalties to infringements of a code in order to reinforce its overall importance and enhance deterrence. Students who are suspended in or out of school will not be allowed to participate in any school related extracurricular activities or practices during the term of their suspension. Eldorado High School is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

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Testing   Tests to determine student’s progress and their achievement are required by the district and/or state.

End of Course Exams - the exams are given at all grade levels for various courses and are given in the spring. •​AP Exam Schedule (multiple grade levels)

9th GRADE Career Interest Survey﹍﹍﹍﹍Fall Term Interim Assessment﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Fall/Winter/Spring PARCC ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ March/April 10th GRADE PSAT (Preliminary SAT)﹍﹍﹍October PLAN (Practice ACT)﹍﹍﹍﹍October/November Interim Assessment﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Fall/Winter/Spring PARCC ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ March/April 11th GRADE ••ACT and/or SAT ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Year Round •PSAT ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍October

May 7 May 8 May 8 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 14 May 15 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 17 May 18

(Preliminary SAT & National Merit Qualifier)

Interim Assessment﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Fall/Winter/Spring SBA Science﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Spring PARCC﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍March/April 12th GRADE ••ACT and/or SAT ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Year Round

AP Psychology AP Spanish Lang. AP Physics 1 AP English Literature AP US Govt. & Politics AP US History AP Biology AP Calculus AB/BC AP Economics AP English Language & Composition AP World History AP Statistics AP European History

•Optional ••College Entrance Exams are required for college admission, but not for graduation

Keys To Success At Eldorado  

Eldorado is one of the most rigorous academic environments in the state of New Mexico. We encourage you to practice the skills required to be a successful, independent learner, ready to pursue your chosen college program or career field. All EHS programs have specific expectations. If those expectations are not met, this could result in any or all of the following: poor performance, poor achievement, exclusion from participation in extracurricular programs, and (in extreme cases) suspension. The teachers and staff at Eldorado will help you develop skills so you are prepared for post-graduation life. The best way to help us help you is to practice and sharpen these skills on a daily basis. If you would like strategies for developing these skills, please see our website and/or ask your teachers for help.

Present & Prompt Your attendance and attention is crucial to your success. Bell-to-bell instruction time is invaluable to learning. Although you are provided opportunities to make up work or receive missed information due to excused absences, the best way to learn is by being present, prompt, and attentive in class.

Prepared Being prepared for all classes is a key step to learning and succeeding. Each course has specific materials and assignments needed for every class. Making sure you have all of the materials and have completed all the work for those classes is a positive habit that will enable you to do well. You are provided a student agenda to assist with organization. Make use of this tool – or create a system that works best for you – and then follow through with it so you are prepared for every class. Making sure you get sufficient sleep and nourishment is also important in being mentally and physically prepared to succeed.

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Productive How you use your time is important to being successful. We only have so many minutes in the day, so utilize the time you have to benefit yourself. The more effort you put toward paying attention in class, using class time to complete work, to ask questions, and to get help from teachers, then the more you will learn and be on top of things. After school, dedicate a specific time and place for studying and homework without your phone, TV, and social media to distract you. You will accomplish more and do a more thorough job.

Polite & Positive So often the words we use and how we say them can make all the difference in our lives and in the lives of others. A smile, a nod, a simple “Hi” can make you and those around you feel better. “Please” and “Thank you,” “Excuse me” and “I’m sorry” are phrases to remember when talking to staff members as well as to your peers. Before you post a comment about someone (or post a picture of them), ask yourself two things: 1) would I want this seen or said about me? And 2) is this something I could say while looking into that person’s eyes? If your answer to either of these is NO, then don’t post it.

Personally Responsible There are consequences to every action we take – some may be positive and some may be negative. However, it is important that you recognize your responsibility in your own life. When conflicts arise, take the proper steps to resolve them rather than becoming a victim to them. You are the one responsible for education, so be sure to communicate with your teachers and parents. Be responsible and recognize how your actions result in specific outcomes. Be an active problem solver in your own life rather than a passive passenger.

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Dear Students and Parents: This student agenda serves as a resource to guide student success throughout high school. It is important that students and parents read through this agenda and become familiar with the school’s expectations, supports, resources, and opportunities. Eldorado High School has high academic standards and offers many supports to help ensure that our students are successful. It is vital that students maintain good attendance, are not late to class, turn in all assignments, and are present and engaged each class period. Poor attendance and missing assignments are the main reasons for poor grades. Good note taking skills, study skills, and test taking skills are necessary and it is imperative that students are organized from day one. Skills for success academic support and tutoring is provided after school three days a week and our teachers are available to assist in any way they can. Eldorado High School affords many opportunities for students to be involved in the school community and offers a wide array of activities to choose from. Students who are involved in activities typically do very well in school and have a more positive high school experience. The skills for success that students learn by participating in a club or sport are invaluable. I encourage students to find an activity or sport that they might enjoy, and get involved. Each new school year presents an opportunity for students to implement good study habits, make good choices, and be kind to others. Together we can make each school year a successful one. Sincerely, Martin C. Sandoval Principal Eldorado High School

Hey Fellow Eagles, As you fly into the next school year, I sincerely wish you the best of luck! Each new year brings new experiences, new memories, and new encounters. I encourage all of you to try something different, meet someone new, and attempt something you’ve been afraid to try. Freshmen, you are beginning a brand new and exciting journey in your student life. Go out and find your passion. Sophomores, congratulations! You are no longer the “freshies.” You are now excellent mentors and resources for them, because you were just there. Juniors, this is your most challenging year. Go out and work hard, but don’t forget to smell the roses along the way. And Seniors, this is your last year. Make it memorable, but stay focused and committed. You all are so close! Don’t stop working now. Many of your dreams have been realized, although, new dreams and ambitions have been discovered. Now is when you start planning for your next journey. More than anything Eagles, let us make a dedicated effort to support each other. We are in this flight together. Support one another, give a kind hand, or reach out to someone in need. This year, let us build an Eldorado community that is unbreakable. Together, let us soar. Sincerely, Sandra Casaus Student Body President eldorado.aps.edu

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Advisors, Sponsors, and Coaches Student Senate ​﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Blondin Class Organizations 2022 Freshmen Forum ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍TBA 2021 Sophomore Board﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mrs. Blatner/Mrs.Escobedo/ Mrs. Meyers 2020 Junior House ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mrs. Burns/Mrs. Vincent 2019 Senior Cabinet ﹍﹍﹍﹍Mr. Lutz/Ms. McCoy/Mr. Ortega Publications El Aguila (Yearbook) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Ryan The Talon (Newspaper) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Ryan Vocational Organizations DECA﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mrs. Ansotigue ROTC ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Major Koerber Honories Educators Rising﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mrs. Blatner Tri-M Music﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mr. Dubbs/ Ms. Stefanova National Forensic League ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ TBA National Honor Society (NHS)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mrs. Moleres Quill & Scroll ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Ryan Spanish NHS﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mrs. DaiZovi Thespian Society ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Raison Performing Groups Band ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mr. Dubbs Chorus ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Hardy Orchestra ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Ms. Stefanova Drama ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Raison

Special Interest Groups Anime Club﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mr. Richards Art Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Richards Best Buddies ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Brown Black Student Union﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍TBA Bowling﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mrs. Ellis Book Club﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Ms. Feagler Ceramics ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Richards Chess Club﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. McElwee Educators Rising ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mrs. Blatner Environmental Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Holmes Film Club﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Richards Gay & Straight Alliance (GSA)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Gurule Healthy Habits﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mrs. Meyers Key Club﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mrs. Johns Lettermans Club﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Dotson Literary Magazine ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Ms. Johns Make A Wish﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Ms. McCoy Model UN ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. McElwee Multicultural Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ TBA Native American Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mrs. Velhagen Photo Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Freire Poetry Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Ms. Feagler Robotics﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Quintana/Mr. Bodman Science Bowl ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Ms. Brown Science Fiction ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. McElwee Speech & Debate ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Mr. Ortega Staters 1﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Major Koerber Ukulele Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mrs. Velhagen/Mr. Richards UNICEF Club ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mr. Thomas Youth & Government﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mrs. Burns

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Officers:

Student Body:

Class of 2019:

Class of 2020:

Class of 2021:

President:

Sandra Casaus

Hannah Nilsson

Olivia Mikaelian

Khalila Gonzales

Vice-president:

Josh Burns

Ryan Ozalatar

Lauren Bailey

Isabella Wichman

2nd Vice-president:

Emily Symons

Samantha Debevec

None

None

Secretary:

Jon Pino

Devin Martinez

Ashton Armenta

Daniella Avila

Treasurer:

Mackenzie Hendrex

Evan O’Connell

Rylee Kelly

None

Liaison:

Lauren Harstad

Class Sponsors:

Mr. Blondin

Mr. Lutz Ms. McCoy Mr. Ortega

Mrs. Burns Mrs. Vincent

Mrs. Blatner Mrs. Escobedo Mrs. Meyer

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Coaches: Fall Sports Cross Country (Boys)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Chokri Dhaouadi﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ cicino60@hotmail.com Cross Country (Girls)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Chokri Dhaouadi﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ cicino60@hotmail.com Football ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Charlie Dotson﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ dotson_c@aps.edu Soccer (Boys) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Tom Hirschman ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ hirschman@aps.edu Soccer (Girls)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Andrew Wiese﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍wiesedog@gmail.com Volleyball ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Lissa Warren ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍lissawarren@aps.edu Winter Sports  Basketball (Boys) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Roy Sanchez﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍sanchez_roy@aps.edu Basketball (Girls) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Rich Harbin﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ harbin@aps.edu Cheerleaders﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Katherine Ela﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍katherineekay@gmail.com La Cuadrilla (Dancers)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Tayler Telles-Nolan ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ tayler.telles-nolan@aps.edu Swimming and Diving ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Heidi Barson-Villa ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ TBA Wrestling﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Tim Lutz﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍timothy.lutz@aps.edu Spring Sports  Baseball﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Reid Figiel﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍reid.figiel@aps.edu Softball ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Johnny Ortiz﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍jortiz40@comcast.net Golf﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Robert May ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ bobmaygolf@yahoo.com Tennis (Boys)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Mike Pick ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ mike.pick@aps.edu Tennis (Girls)﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍Eric Stuart ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍stuart@aps.edu Track and Field (Boys) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Alex Mikaelian ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ mikaelian@aps.edu Track and Field (Girls) ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ TBD ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ TBD Athletic Trainer ﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Les Dutko Athletic Director﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍﹍ Roy Sanchez

Eldorado Fight Song    Here we go, here we go  Eldorado.    We’re gonna win this game tonight…  We will fight (clap, clap, clap)  We will score (clap, clap, clap)  Golden Eagles are the best team and more  Hit’em high, hit ‘em low  Eldorado.    A victory to the orange and white,   For E-L-D-O-R-A-D-O  That’s the team that we love so,  So fight fight  Eldorado fight, fight, fight  eldorado.aps.edu 

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4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play) 4:15 PM Football, JV: EHS @ VVHS

6:30 PM Fall Sports Parent Meeting 7:00 PM La Cuadrilla Informational Meeting

7:30 AM First Day (Students)

7:30 AM First Day (Teachers)

Registration

Senior Photos

Monday

August 2018

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12:30 PM EPO Meeting

Tuesday

8

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22

15

4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play)

EHS College Day

Open House

Underclassman Photos

3:00 PM La Cuadrilla Clinic

SOAR Day

Wednesday

9

2

30

23

16

3:00 PM Drama 2 Variety Show 4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play)

Fall Assembly

3:00 PM La Cuadrilla Clinic

Thursday

9 10 11

3

31

24

17

10

4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play) Make up if needed 7:00 PM Football, Varsity: EHS @ Las Cruces

12:30 PM Homecoming Candidate Meeting (Mandatory) 3:00 PM La Cuadrilla Fall Tryouts

Senior Registration

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8:00 AM Band Flea Market and MarchA-Thon

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Tuesday

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Saturday/Sunday

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Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday


12:00 PM NM College Fair

Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

30

23

16

9

2

26

10

7:00 PM Football, JV: EHS @ SHS

1

24

17

4:15 PM Football, JV: Cleveland @ EHS

4:15 PM Football, JV: VHS @ EHS

Homecoming Week

4:15 PM Football, JV: Rio Rancho @ EHS

EPO Luncheon (math/science)

Labor Day (No School)

3

27

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Monday

September 2018

26 4:00 PM Soccer JV-G: LCHS @ EHS 4:15 PM Football, C-Team: EHS @ SHS 5:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ PVHS 6:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: LCHS @ EHS (Soccer Complex) 6:15 PM Soccer, JV-B: EHS @ LCHS 6:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ Piedra Vista 6:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: EHS @ LCHS (Soccer Complex)

2

3:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: EHS @ Piedra Vista 4:00 PM Soccer JV-G: PV @ EHS 5:30 PM Soccer, JV-B: EHS @ PV 6:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: Piedra Vista @ EHS (Soccer Complex) 7:00 PM Football, C-Team: Cleveland @ EHS

25

12:30 PM EPO Meeting 4:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: EHS @ RRHS 4:00 PM Soccer, JV-B: EHS @ RRHS 5:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ RRHS 6:00 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: EHS @ Rio Rancho 6:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ Rio

18

3:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: EHS @ VVHS 4:00 PM Football, C-Team: EHS @ Rio Rancho 5:30 PM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ VVHS 6:15 PM Soccer, JV-B: VVHS @ EHS 6:30 PM Soccer Varsity-B: VVHS @ EHS (Soccer Complex)

11

4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (bracket play) 4:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: EHS @ AA 5:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ AA 6:00 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ Albuquerque Academy

4

28 4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play) 7:00 PM Football, C-Team: EHS @ VVHS

Tuesday

19

12

3

3:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance 10:30 PM College Days Fair

26

4:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: EHS @ CHS (Soccer Complex) 4:30 PM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ CHS

4:00 PM Volleyball Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships Pool Play (Host: )

4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (bracket play) 4:00 PM Dr. Tim Leadership Workshop 7:00 PM Football, C-Team: CHS @ EHS

5

29

4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play)

EHS College Day

Open House

Underclassman Photos

Wednesday

20

27

3:00 PM 4:00 PM EHS 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM @ EHS

Soccer, JV-B: WMHS @ EHS Soccer JV-G: EHS @ WMHS Volleyball, JV: FHS @ EHS Volleyball, Varsity: Farmington

Drama 1 Silent Movies Volleyball, C-Team: FHS @

4

PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ CHS PM Drama Mainstage Performance PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ CHS

PM Volleyball, C-Team: EHS @

Football, Varsity: AHS @ EHS

Volleyball, JV: LLHS @ EHS Volleyball, Varsity: Los Lunas

Volleyball, C-Team: LLHS @

Class Meetings

4:00 CHS 5:00 6:30 6:30

4:00 PM EHS 5:00 PM 6:30 PM @ EHS 7:00 PM

Homecoming Game

Coronation Assembly

4:00 PM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ RRHS 4:00 PM Soccer, JV-B: SPX @ EHS 4:00 PM Volleyball Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships 6:00 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: EHS @ Rio Rancho 6:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: St Pius X @ EHS (Soccer Complex)

13

4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (bracket play) 6:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: SHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Football, Varsity: Cleveland @ EHS

6

30

3:00 PM Drama 2 Variety Show 4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play)

Fall Assembly

Thursday

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6:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance 7:00 PM Football, Varsity: DNHS @ EHS

End of 1st 6 Weeks

4:00 PM Volleyball Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships 7:00 PM Football, Varsity: EHS @ AHA

14

4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (bracket play)

7

31 4:00 PM Soccer Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships (group play) Make up if needed 7:00 PM Football, Varsity: EHS @ Las Cruces

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6

29 12:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: VVHS @ EHS 12:00 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: EHS @ 12:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: Farming12:15 PM Soccer, JV-B: FHS @ EHS 1:00 PM Volleyball, JV: VVHS @ EHS 2:00 PM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ FHS 2:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: VVHS @

Fall Frenzy

9:00 AM Soccer, JV-B: EHS @ Cleveland 10:00 AM Soccer JV-G: AHS @ EHS 11:00 AM Soccer, Varsity-B: EHS @ Cleveland 12:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: AHS @ EHS (Soccer Complex)

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10:00 AM Soccer, Varsity-G: Clovis @ EHS (Soccer Complex) 12:15 PM Soccer, JV-B: CHS @ EHS 12:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: CHS @ EHS (Soccer Complex) 1:00 PM Volleyball Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships

Homecoming Dance

8

15

9:00 AM Soccer, JV-B: AHS @ EHS 11:00 AM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ SHS 12:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: EHS @ HCHS 1:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ HCHS 2:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ Hope Christian

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Monday

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Friday

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27

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Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday

Saturday/Sunday

Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday


Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

29

28

15

8

1

22

4:15 PM Football, JV: EHS @ LCHS

6:30 PM Academic Letter Ceremony 7:00 PM Football, JV: MHS @ EHS

EPOLuncheon(security,cafeteria,custodial,media)

7:00 PM Football, JV: EHS @ SHS

Monday

21

14

7

30

October 2018

28 2

9

4:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: EHS @ WMHS 5:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ WMHS 6:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ WMHS

5:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ FHS 6:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ Farmington

30

23

12:30 PM EPO Meeting 4:00 PM Soccer, JV-B: EHS @ Farmington 4:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: Farmington @ EHS (Soccer Complex) 4:15 PM Soccer JV-G: FHS @ EHS 6:00 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: EHS @ Farmington 7:00 PM Football, C-Team: EHS @ LCHS

16

Football, C-Team: MHS @ EHS Volleyball, JV: EHS @ LCHS Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @

Volleyball, C-Team: EHS @

Photo Re-Takes

4:00 PM LCHS 4:15 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM LCHS

4:00 PM Soccer JV-G: LCHS @ EHS 4:15 PM Football, C-Team: EHS @ SHS 5:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ PVHS 6:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: LCHS @ EHS (Soccer Complex) 6:15 PM Soccer, JV-B: EHS @ LCHS 6:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ Piedra Vista 6:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: EHS @ LCHS (Soccer Complex)

Tuesday

4:00 PM Soccer, JV-B: EHS @ WMHS 6:15 PM Soccer JV-G: WMHS @ EHS 6:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: EHS @ WMHS (Soccer Complex) 6:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: WMHS @ EHS (Soccer Complex)

PSAT

Wednesday

31

24

17

10

3

30

4

1

25

18

7:00 PM Football, Varsity: EHS @ MHS

6:30 PM Jazz Concert

NMAA One Act Plays

7:00 PM Football, Varsity: LCHS @ EHS

11

Soccer, JV-B: WMHS @ EHS Soccer JV-G: EHS @ WMHS Volleyball, JV: FHS @ EHS Volleyball, Varsity: Farmington

Drama 1 Silent Movies Volleyball, C-Team: FHS @

Fall Break (No School)

3:00 PM 4:00 PM EHS 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM @ EHS

Class Meetings

Thursday

5

6

9 10 11 12 13

4

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12

5

7:00 PM Football, Varsity: SHS @ EHS

2

26

NMAAStateChampionship:SOCCERRound#1

End of 2nd 6 Weeks

4:00 PM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ AA

4:00 PM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ LCHS 4:30 PM Soccer, JV-B: LCHS @ EHS 4:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: LCHS @ EHS (Soccer Complex) 6:15 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: EHS @ LCHS (Soccer Complex) 7:00 PM Football, Varsity: EHS @ Clovis 7:00 PM Haunted House

Friday

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12:00 PM Marching Band Awards Ceremony

NMAAStateChampionship:SOCCERRound#1

3

27 12:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: LCHS @ EHS 1:00 PM Volleyball, JV: LCHS @ EHS 2:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: LCHS @ EHS

Tournament of the Bands

8:00 AM Senate Central District Conference 12:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: PV @ EHS 1:00 PM Volleyball, JV: PV @ EHS 2:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: Piedra Vista @ EHS

NM Pageant of the Bands

20

9:15 AM Cross Country: Albuquerque Metro Championships 12:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: WMHS @ EHS 12:00 PM Soccer, Varsity-G: EHS @ Piedra Vista 1:00 PM Volleyball, JV: WMHS @ EHS 1:30 PM Soccer, JV-B: PV @ EHS 1:30 PM Soccer, Varsity-B: Piedra Vista 2:00 PM Soccer JV-G: EHS @ PV 2:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: WMHS @

Zia Marching Band Festival

6

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29

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Wednesday

Tuesday

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Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday


Daylight Savings Time

Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

26

25

6:30 PM Winter Sports Parent Meeting

19

12

18

EPO Staff Luncheon (EA's)

5

4

11

29

28

Monday

November 2018

30 6:30 PM Hoover Play

12:30 PM EPO Meeting

Election Day

4:00 PM Volleyball, C-Team: EHS @ WMHS 5:00 PM Volleyball, JV: EHS @ WMHS 6:30 PM Volleyball, Varsity: EHS @ WMHS

Tuesday

27

20

13

6

30

7

31

Thanksgiving Break (No School)

7:30 AM ASVAB Testing

28

21

14

3:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance

NMAA State Championship: SOCCER

Wednesday

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15

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Winter Assembly

30

NMAAStateChampionship:F00TBALLSemiFinals

23

NMAA State Championship: VOLLEYBALL

NMAAStateChampionship:FOOTBALLQuarterfinals

District VII Honor Band

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NMAA State Championship: FOOTBALL Finals

NMAAStateChampionship:F00TBALLSemiFinals

24

NMAAStateChampionship:FOOTBALLQuarterfinals

NMAA State Championship: VOLLEYBALL

17

NMAAStateChampionship:FOOTBALLRound#1

10 NMAAStateChampionship:FOOTBALLRound#1 6:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance

3 12:00 PM Marching Band Awards Ceremony

NMAAStateChampionship:SOCCERRound#1

Saturday

30 31

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NMAA State Championship: SOCCER

7:00 PM Football, Varsity: SHS @ EHS

NMAAStateChampionship:SOCCERRound#1

End of 2nd 6 Weeks

Friday

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6:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance

APS Drama Festival

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NMAA State Championship: SOCCER

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31

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Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday

Saturday/Sunday

Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday


Winter Break (No School)

Winter Break (No School)

Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

26

10

9

31

24

23

30

17

16

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: EHS @ RGHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ RGHS

3

6:30 PM Winter Sports Parent Meeting

Monday

2

25

December 2018

32 11

12:30 PM EPO Meeting

1

25

18

Basketball, JV-G: VVHS @ EHS Winter Concert Band Basketball, Varsity-G: VVHS @

Basketball, C-Team-G: VVHS

Finals Week

4:00 PM @ EHS 5:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM EHS

4

27

5:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: SHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: SHS @ EHS

6:30 PM Hoover Play

Tuesday

5

28

2

26

19

5:30 PM Wrestling, Varsity: EHS @ MHS 7:00 PM Wrestling, Varsity: SHS vs EHS @ Manzano

12

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: EHS @ SHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ SHS 7:00 PM Wrestling, Varsity: EHS @ VVHS

Wednesday

3

27

20

5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: DNHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: DNHS @ EHS

Basketball,Varsity-B:JoeA…oTournament(EHS&MHS)

13

6

29

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: SHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: SHS @ EHS 6:30 PM Winter Jazz Concert

Thursday

4

5

6

7

8

1

S

21

7:30 AM Teacher Professional Development Day

4

28

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: EHS @ AHA 4:00 PM Wrestling, Varsity: APS Invite (West Mesa) 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ AHA 5:30 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: EHS @ 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @

Winter Break (No School)

7:00 PM Dance/Drill Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships

Basketball,Varsity-B:JoeA…oTournament(EHS&MHS)

14

7

30

5:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ Centennial 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ Centennial

Winter Assembly

Friday

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1:00 PM Basketball, JV-G: VHS @ EHS 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: VHS @ EHS

29

8:00 AM Wrestling, Varsity: APS Invite (West Mesa) 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: EHS @ 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: LLHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ VVHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: LLHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: Los Lu7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @

22

9:00 AM Basketball, C-Team-G: RGHS @ EHS 10:30 AM Basketball, JV-G: RGHS @ EHS 1:00 PM Cheer Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships

Wrestling,Varsity:APSTea…urnament(VolcanoVista)

Wrestling JV: APS JV Open (Rio Grande)

Basketball,Varsity-B:JoeA…oTournament(EHS&MHS)

15

1:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ Mayfield 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ Mayfield

Wrestling JV: APS JV Open (Eldorado)

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NMAA State Championship: FOOTBALL Finals

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Friday

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33

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Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday

Saturday/Sunday

Friday

Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday


Winter Break (No School)

Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

27

20

13

6

30

5:00 PM 8th Grade Parent Night

Martin Luther King Jr. Day (No School)

EPO Luncheon (special education)

7:30 AM First Day of 2nd Semester

Monday

January 2019

34 28

21

14

7

31

8

1

22

29

Varsity-B: EHS @

JV-B: EHS @ PV JV-G: PV @ EHS Varsity-G: Piedra

C-Team-G: PV @

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: EHS @ LCHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ LCHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ LCHS

4:00 PM Basketball, EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, 5:30 PM Basketball, 7:00 PM Basketball, Vista @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Piedra Vista

12:30 PM EPO Meeting 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: RGHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: EHS @ Cleveland 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ Cleveland 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: RGHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ Cleveland 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: RGHS @ EHS

15

BasketballVarsity-B&G:Al…ueMetroChampionships

Tuesday

9

2

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: LCHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: LCHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: LCHS @ EHS

30

5:30 PM Wrestling JV: EHS vs PV @ La Cueva 5:30 PM Wrestling, Varsity: EHS vs Piedra Vista @ LCHS 7:00 PM Wrestling JV: EHS vs Farmington @ La Cueva 7:00 PM Wrestling, Varsity: EHS vs Farmington @ LCHS

23

5:30 PM Wrestling, Varsity: EHS vs CHS @ Del Norte 7:00 PM Wrestling, Varsity: EHS vs RGHS @ Del Norte

16

BasketballVarsity-B&G:Al…ueMetroChampionships

NM All State Music Conference

Wednesday

30 31

3

10

31

24

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: RRHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ Capital 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: RRHS @ EHS 6:30 PM Combat Night 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ Capital HS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: Rio Rancho @ EHS

17

5:00 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ MHS 6:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ MHS

Thursday

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Wrestling JV: APS JV Open (Del Norte)

1

25

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: WMHS @ EHS 4:30 PM Wrestling Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: WMHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: WMHS @ EHS

NMAA Scholarship Application Due

5:00 PM Wrestling JV: APS JV City Championship(La Cueva)

Jazz All State

2

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9:00 AM Wrestling Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships 11:30 AM Basketball, C-Team-G: EHS @ WMHS 1:00 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ WMHS 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ WMHS

8:00 AM Swimming & Diving VarsityB: Albuquerque Metro Championships 8:30 AM Wrestling JV: APS JV City Championship(La Cueva) 11:30 AM Basketball, C-Team-B: FHS @ EHS 1:00 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ FHS 1:00 PM Basketball, JV-B: FHS @ EHS 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: Farm-

Scholastic Publications State Conference

26

8:00 AM Swimming & Diving VarsityG: Albuquerque Metro Championships 8:00 AM Wrestling, Varsity: Joe Vivian Classic 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: AHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: AHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: AHS @ EHS

19

BasketballVarsity-B&G:Al…ueMetroChampionships

Wrestling,Varsity:Clevela…rnament(EHS,HHS,VVHS) BasketballVarsity-B&G:Al…ueMetroChampionships

11:00 AM Wrestling, Varsity: Joe Vivian Classic 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: AHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: AHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: AHS @ EHS

5

12

1:00 PM Basketball, JV-G: VHS @ EHS 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: VHS @ EHS

Saturday

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11

7:30 AM Teacher Professional Development Day

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Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

24

17

11

25

18

6:30 PM Spring Sports Parent Meeting

President's Day (No School)

EPO Luncheon (gym, vocational, fine arts)

10

28

4

5:00 PM 8th Grade Parent Night

Monday

3

27

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36 12

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Varsity-G: Farm-

JV-B: EHS @ FHS JV-G: FHS @ EHS Varsity-B: EHS @

C-Team-G: FHS @

District VII Concert Festival

26

12:30 PM EPO Meeting 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: EHS @ WMHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ WMHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ WMHS

4:00 PM Basketball, EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, 5:30 PM Basketball, 7:00 PM Basketball, Farmington 7:00 PM Basketball, ington @ EHS

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: EHS @ CHS 5:30 PM Wrestling, Varsity: HHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ CHS 5:30 PM Wrestling, Varsity: WMHS vs VHS @ Eldorado 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ CHS 7:00 PM Wrestling, Varsity: VHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Wrestling, Varsity: WMHS vs HHS @ Eldorado

5

29 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: EHS @ LCHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: EHS @ LCHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: EHS @ LCHS

Tuesday 30

4:00 PM WMHS 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM @ EHS

20

13

27

Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ WMHS PreFest Band Concert Basketball, Varsity-G: WMHS

Basketball, C-Team-G: EHS @

3:00 PM Shakespeare Showcase

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: CHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: CHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: CHS @ EHS

6

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: LCHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: LCHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: LCHS @ EHS

Wednesday

28

21

6:30 PM Thespian Mainstage Performance

ENMU Drama Festival

Albuquerque/UNM Jazz Festival

14

Basketball, JV-B: RRHS @ EHS Wrestling JV: EHS @ LCHS

Wrestling JV: WMHS vs EHS @

7

31

Basketball, C-Team-B: RRHS

State Student Council

4:00 PM @ EHS 5:30 PM LCHS 5:30 PM 6:30 PM

Thursday

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Science Olympiad

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NMAA State Championship: WRESTLING

23

11:00 AM Wrestling, Varsity: District 2 5A Tournament 4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-G: EHS @ LCHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ LCHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ LCHS

State Bowling Tournament

16

NMAA State Championship: SWIM & DIVE

3:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ AHS 4:00 PM Softball, Varsity: Aztec @ EHS 6:30 PM Thespian Mainstage Performance

9 10:00 AM Wrestling, Varsity: EHS @ WMHS 11:15 AM Wrestling, Varsity: LCHS vs EHS @ WMHS 11:30 AM Basketball, C-Team-B: PV @ EHS 1:00 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ PV 1:00 PM Basketball, JV-B: PV @ EHS 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ Piedra Vista 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: Piedra

Wrestling JV: Rio Rancho Tournament

NMAA State Championship: SWIM & DIVE

Spring Assembly

2 9:00 AM Wrestling Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships 11:30 AM Basketball, C-Team-G: EHS @ WMHS 1:00 PM Basketball, JV-G: EHS @ WMHS 2:30 PM Basketball, Varsity-G: EHS @ WMHS

Saturday

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1

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4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: LCHS @ EHS 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: LCHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: LCHS @ EHS

End of 4th 6 Weeks

15

8

4:00 PM Basketball, C-Team-B: WMHS @ EHS 4:30 PM Wrestling Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships 5:30 PM Basketball, JV-B: WMHS @ EHS 7:00 PM Basketball, Varsity-B: WMHS @ EHS

NMAA Scholarship Application Due

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Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

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24

17

10

3

24

Monday

18

11

6:30 PM Hoover Play

1

25

BaseballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

Spring Break (No School)

EPOStaffLuncheon(Engli…lstudies,foreignlanguage)

4

25

6:30 PM Spring Sports Parent Meeting

March 2019

38 26

4:00 PM Baseball, JV: MHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ MHS

2

4:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: RGHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Baseball, JV: EHS @ RGHS

12:30 PM EPO Meeting

BaseballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

19

4:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: DNHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Softball, Varsity: CHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Baseball, JV: EHS @ DNHS

NMAA State Championship: BASKETBALL

12

5

26

3:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: SHS @ EHS 3:30 PM Baseball, JV: EHS @ SHS 4:00 PM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ VHS

District VII Concert Festival

Tuesday

13

20

14th Annual Middle School Drama Festival

3

27

SoftballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships 6:30 PM Night of Odd Sounds

6

27

NMAA State Championship: BASKETBALL

Wednesday

14

28

EHS Winterguard Invite

4 Senior Graduation Meeting

Science Fair

NMAA State Championship: SPIRIT

5

29

SoftballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

BaseballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

22

NMAA State Championship: BASKETBALL

BaseballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

4:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: Hope Christian @ EHS 4:00 PM Softball, Varsity: RGHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Baseball, JV: EHS @ HCHS

8

1

15

NMAAStateChampionsh…ASKETBALLGirlsRound#1

3:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ AHS 4:00 PM Softball, Varsity: Aztec @ EHS 6:30 PM Thespian Mainstage Performance

Spring Assembly

Friday

31

SoftballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

21

4:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: VVHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ VVHS 4:00 PM Baseball, JV: EHS @ VVHS

NMAA State Championship: BASKETBALL

Student-Led Conferences

7

28 6:30 PM Thespian Mainstage Performance

Thursday

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11:00 AM Baseball, Varsity: Piedra Vista @ EHS 11:00 AM Baseball, JV: PV @ EHS 11:00 AM Softball, Varsity: Piedra Vista 1:00 PM Softball, Varsity: Piedra Vista 1:30 PM Baseball, JV: PV @ EHS 1:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: Piedra Vista

Prom

10:00 AM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ CHS 10:00 AM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ HHS 12:30 PM Baseball, JV: EHS @ CHS

NMAA State Championship: SPIRIT

BaseballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

SoftballVarsity:AlbuquerqueMetroChampionships

23

10:00 AM Softball, Varsity: SHS @ EHS 10:00 AM Baseball, Varsity: Albuquerque Academy @ EHS 12:30 PM Baseball, JV: AA @ EHS

NMAA State Championship: BASKETBALL

16

12:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ Onate 1:00 PM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ Mayfield 3:00 PM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ Mayfield 3:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ Onate

NMAAStateChampionsh…ASKETBALLBoysRound#1

Science Olympiad

Saturday

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English Expo

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Thursday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Monday


Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

28

22

21

29

8:00 AM Golf Varsity-B&G: Albuquerque Metro Championships @ Desert Greens GC (Hosts: VVHS/CHS) 6:00 PM 8th Grade Athletic Night

TennisVarsity-B&G:Albu…ueMetroChampionships

15

14

8

7

EPOStaffLuncheon(admi…rial,socialworkers,nurses)

1

Monday

31

April 2019

40 6:30 PM Jazz Concert

9

2

23

16

30

TennisVarsity-B&G:Albu…ueMetroChampionships

12:30 PM EPO Meeting

4:00 PM Baseball, JV: MHS @ EHS 4:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ MHS

Tuesday 3

1

3:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance

TennisVarsity-B&G:Albu…ueMetroChampionships

24

17

10

14th Annual Middle School Drama Festival

Wednesday

4

5

F 6

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18

11

4

4:15 PM Track Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships (Prelims & Finals) @ Nusenda Community Track Stadium 6:30 PM Spring Band Concert

2

4:00 PM Baseball, JV: AHA @ EHS 4:00 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ AHA 6:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance

5

26

19

12

4:15 PM Track Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships (Finals) @ Nusenda Community Track Stadium 6:00 PM Drama Banquet

3

6:30 PM Drama Mainstage Performance

TennisVarsity-B&G:Albu…ueMetroChampionships

UNC Greeley Jazz Festival

3:00 PM Baseball, JV: LCHS @ EHS 5:00 PM Baseball, JV: LCHS @ EHS

Vernal Holiday (No School)

3:00 PM Baseball, JV: WMHS @ EHS 5:00 PM Baseball, JV: WMHS @ EHS

Rube Goldberg

End of 5th 6 Weeks

State Concert Band

Senior Graduation Meeting

Science Fair

Friday

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Saturday

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11:00 AM Baseball, JV: FHS @ EHS 11:00 AM Baseball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 11:00 AM Softball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 1:00 PM Softball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 1:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 1:30 PM Baseball, JV: FHS @ EHS

4

27

PM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ LCHS PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @

AM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ LCHS AM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @

TennisVarsity-B&G:Albu…ueMetroChampionships

10:00 10:00 LCHS 12:00 12:30 LCHS

10:00 AM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ WMHS 10:00 AM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ WMHS 12:00 PM Softball, Varsity: EHS @ WMHS 12:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: EHS @ WMHS

13

11:00 AM Baseball, Varsity: Piedra Vista @ EHS 11:00 AM Baseball, JV: PV @ EHS 11:00 AM Softball, Varsity: Piedra Vista @ EHS 1:00 PM Softball, Varsity: Piedra Vista @ EHS 1:30 PM Baseball, JV: PV @ EHS 1:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: Piedra Vista @ EHS

Prom

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TennisVarsity-B&G:Albu…ueMetroChampionships

Spring Trip to Dallas (Band)

Thursday

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Sunday

EHS Master Calendar

26

19

12

Memorial Day

Underclassman Finals

8:00 AM AP Exam: Biology

NMAA State Championship: GOLF

27

20

13

8:00 AM AP Exam: United States Government and Politics 3:30 PM Senior Showcase

6

5

Senior Finals Week

29

Monday

28

May 2019

42 12:30 PM EPO Meeting

8:00 AM AP Exam: Calculus AB and Calculus BC

NMAA State Championship: GOLF

Honors Assembly Practice

28

21

14

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30

8:00 AM AP Exam: Spanish Language and Culture 12:00 PM AP Exam: Physics 1 (Algebra Based)

6:30 PM Jazz Concert

Tuesday

Last Day of School

8

1

15

29

22

8:00 AM AP Exam: English Language and Composition 12:00 PM AP Exam: Macroeconomics

Honors Assembly

8:00 AM AP Exam: English Literature and Composition 12:00 PM AP Exam: European History

NMAA State Championship: TENNIS

Wednesday

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NMAA State Championship: TRACK & FIELD

NMAA State Championship: BASEBALL

Underclassman Finals

8:00 AM AP Exam: United States History

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NMAA State Championship: TRACK & FIELD

NMAA State Championship: SOFTBALL

NMAA State Championship: BASEBALL

NMAA State Championship: TENNIS

NMAAStateChampionship:SOFTBALLRound#1 NMAAStateChampionship:BASEBALLRound#1 NMAA State Championship: TENNIS

4 11:00 AM Baseball, JV: FHS @ EHS 11:00 AM Baseball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 11:00 AM Softball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 1:00 PM Softball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 1:30 PM Baseball, Varsity: Farmington @ EHS 1:30 PM Baseball, JV: FHS @ EHS

Saturday

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NMAAStateChampionship:BASEBALLRound#1

NMAA State Championship: SOFTBALL

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NMAAStateChampionship:SOFTBALLRound#1

NMAA State Championship: SOFTBALL 8:00 AM AP Exam: World History 12:00 PM AP Exam: Statistics

3

10

4:15 PM Track Varsity: Albuquerque Metro Championships (Finals) @ Nusenda Community Track Stadium 6:00 PM Drama Banquet

Friday

NMAA State Championship: BASEBALL

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16

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NMAA State Championship: TENNIS

Graduation!

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Semester 2: January 7th - May 22nd Date

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Destination

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2018 - 2019 BELL SCHEDULES Monday Schedule Zero Hour 1st Period 2nd Period ​Announcements 3rd Period 4th Period 5th Period ​Lunch 6th Period 7th Period

Tuesday - Friday Schedule 6:28 - 7:18 7:25 - 8:13 8:20 - 9:08 9:15 - 9:20 9:20 - 10:08 10:15 - 11:03 11:10 - 11:58 12:05 - 12:35 12:42 - 1:30 1:37 - 2:25

Zero Hour 1st Period Announcements 2nd/3rd Period 4th/5th Period ​ Lunch 6th/7th Period

6:28 - 7:18 7:25 - 8:17 8:24 - 8:27 8:27 - 10:10 10:17 - 12:00 12:05 - 12:35 12:42 - 2:25

Tuesday - Friday Short Assembly/Advisory Schedule

Tuesday - Friday Long Assembly/Advisory Schedule

Zero Hour 1st Period 2nd/3rd Period ​Assembly 4th/5th Period ​ Lunch 6th/7th Period

Zero Hour 1st Period 2nd/3rd Period ​Assembly 4th/5th Period ​ Lunch 6th/7th Period

6:28 - 7:18 7:25 - 8:10 8:22 - 9:52 9:59 - 10:34 10:41 - 12:11 12:18 - 12:48 12:55 - 2:25

6:28 - 7:18 7:25 - 8:09 8:16 - 9:44 9:51 - 10:51 10:57 - 12:20 12:25 - 12:55 1:02 - 2:25

Monday Short Assembly/Advisory Schedule

Monday Long Assembly/Advisory Schedule

Zero Hour 1st Period 2nd Period ​Assembly 3rd Period 4th Period 5th Period ​Lunch 6th Period 7th Period

Zero Hour 1st Period 2nd Period ​Assembly 3rd Period 4th Period 5th Period ​Lunch 6th Period 7th Period

6:28 - 7:18 7:25 - 8:13 8:20 - 9:03 9:10 - 9:43 9:50 - 10:33 10:40 - 11:23 11:30 - 12:13 12:20 - 12:50 12:57 - 1:40 1:47 - 2:25

6:28 - 7:18 7:25 - 8:04 8:11 - 8:50 8:57 - 9:58 10:05 - 10:44 10:51 - 11:32 11:37 - 12:16 12:23 - 12:53 1:00 - 1:44 1:46 - 2:25

Abbreviated Monday Schedule

Abbreviated Tuesday - Friday Schedule

1st Period ​Announcements 2nd Period 3rd Period 4th Period 5th Period ​Lunch 6th Period 7th Period

1st Period Announcements 2nd/3rd Period 4th/5th Period ​ Lunch 6th/7th Period

9:25 - 9:59 9:59 - 10:04 10:11 - 10:38 10:45 - 11:16 11:23 - 11:54 12:01 - 12:32 12:36 - 1:16 1:21 - 1:52 1:59 - 2:25

9:25 - 10:01 10:01 - 10:06 10:13 - 11:20 11:27 - 12:34 12:41 - 1:11 1:18 - 2:25


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