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Insurance/K3+/Library books

Insurance


The laws in the state of New Mexico are such that school districts cannot assume liability for costs incurred through student accidents. Therefore, the Board of Education makes a student accident policy available to students in the Albuquerque Public Schools. A brochure sent home at the beginning of each new school year explains this optional policy.


K3+ is a 25-day summer program for students that emphasize literacy, math, art, music, science literacy and social skills. Students who take advantage of the 25 bonus instructional days have more time to devote to studies that can greatly benefit them in the years ahead. The program aims to increase cognitive skills, contribute to improving test scores and provide summer enrichment experiences. 

 

Students enrolled in the K3 Summer program at Ventana Ranch benefit from enrichment experiences such as: coding skills for all students, critical thinking and problems solving through Lego labs for all students, weekly small group enrichment support for higher achieving students, weekly chess class for all 3rd grade students, weekly Spanish class for all 2nd grade students, and weekly cultural art class for all 1st grade students.

 

Who is eligible?
All incoming kindergartners through third graders registered at Ventana Ranch students can sign up.

Library books and Textbooks


Library books and textbooks are very valuable. Please encourage your child to care for his/her books and return them as required. Lost books must be paid for so that we may replace them. Outstanding debts may impinge upon a student’s registration status. This includes registration into middle school or at any other APS school.