Monday, May 16, 2022 is BHS senior checkout from 8 am to 10 am. Seniors will need to return all Chromebooks, BPS hotspots, textbooks, and BHS sports equipment including uniforms. If you have any questions, please contact BHS administration
Background Casting is looking for kids who are between the ages of 9-12 years old. The students will be filmed in a school cafeteria scene on May 31, 2022 in ABQ. Students must be 5' tall or shorter for a scene in a Netflix kid's movie about a baby chupacabra. See flyer for more information.
Do you know a high school or college student looking for an internship opportunity this summer? We encourage you to invite them to apply for one of the many paid internships available in over 15 state agencies for high school, college, and graduate students. Why Intern with the State of New Mexico? Becoming an Intern with the State of New Mexico is a great way to engage in career exploration, career planning, and networking, and can be a steppingstone to future professional opportunities. Internship dates vary, but many start in June so we encourage students to apply soon. Internships are listed on our Internship Opportunities webpage, as well as instructions on how to apply and direct links to the job postings.
Spring 2022 Youth Family Survey https://tinyurl.com/yforwardfs22 The 2022 Youth Forward Family Survey is part of our efforts to collect feedback from all stakeholder. It is intended for parents or guardians with children in grades K-12 attending a NM public or charter school. The family survey is available in English and Spanish from May 12 through May 20, 2022.
Dual Language Education of New Mexico, in partnership with the New Mexico Public Education Department and Bernalillo Public Schools, will be hosting the Hispanic Education Act Listening Tour at Bernalillo High School on Tuesday, May 24th. Please pre-register for this event by May 19th. Food and beverages will be provided. The purpose of this listening tour is to provide guidance to the NMPED regarding: Systems that would further support Hispanic students of NM. How to engage parents in a meaningful way. Critical student needs, concerns, and ideas tied to family values. Strengthening collaboration at all levels with our students in mind. Developing recommendations to shape future support for Hispanic students. We invite all high school students, pre K-12 parents, community members, school staff members, and business owners to join us and share your options, experiences, and ideas! Please see the attached flyers to pre-register, or visit the Bernalillo Public Schools website, Facebook page, Instagram, and twitter account for more information and to pre-register.
Inaugural Language and Culture Symposium at Cochiti Elementary and Middle School. Over 200 attendees from Cochiti Pueblo, Cochiti Lake, Peña Blanca, and Santo Domingo. Bernalillo Public Schools establishing responsive and sustaining practices to improve student outcomes. Powerful keynote by Dr. Suina, rich cultural performances, and critical dialogue.
The Bernalillo High School Student Council is sponsoring a bottled water drive to support the firefighting efforts across New Mexico. This effort is in collaboration with Sandoval County Senior Services. Donations will be collected at the following locations: Bernalillo High School (148 Spartan Alley) Monday and Tuesday 7AM - 3PM Wednesday 7AM - 9AM Bernalillo District Office (560 S. Camino del Pueblo) Monday and Tuesday 8AM - 4PM Wednesday 8AM - 9AM Thank you for supporting our efforts to help our firefighters.
Federal Programs Stakeholder Meeting
Class of 2022 Academic Scholars
"It's about cultural survival" Phillip Quintana arrived for his first day at a Head Start classroom to find the teacher delivering instructions he couldn’t understand. She spoke only English... https://www.abqjournal.com/2489636/its-about-cultural-survival-ex-former-pueblo-de-cochiti-governor.html
BHS Cheer hosted their first Annual Alumni Dinner in preparation for State Championship Cheer Competition.
Santo Domingo School will be on a 2-hour delay today, April 26 due to a water issue. We will provide further updates as we learn more.
BHS Cheer hosted their first Annual Alumni Dinner. As we worked through the week and prepared for the State Championship Competition we wanted to give our current team some encouragement and support. Inviting cheerleaders from years past we were able to reflect and truly see the legacy that has been created by BHS Cheer. The Cheer team is the most decorated sport in the History of Bernalillo High School, winning many state and national championships. We were honored to have the longest standing coach BHS Cheer has had, Ms. Patty Aguilar, join us and speak to not only our current team but also Cheer Alumni.