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Bibliography: New Mexico Cultural Influences in Education

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Date: 2016-10-08T16:07-06:00 | URL: eric.ed.gov/?q=%22new+mexico%22+%22cultural+influences%22 | Range: 1-1; Total Pages = 1 | Total Citations = 15

Medina, Christina A.; Posadas, Carlos E. (2012). Hispanic Student Experiences at a Hispanic-Serving Institution: Strong Voices, Key Message, Journal of Latinos and Education. A symposium at New Mexico State University, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, revealed Hispanic students' attitudes about their experiences at the university. Discussions concerned the campus climate, mentors, the experiences of first-time students, cultural challenges, retention, and accountability. Discussion of the resulting data yields policy recommendations to help address the issues raised. [More] Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Organizational Climate

Trujillo, Michael L. (2008). Onate's Foot: Remembering and Dismembering in Northern New Mexico, Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies. This essay analyzes the historical construction of "Spanish" icons in northern New Mexico and the complex Hispanic and Chicano identities they both evoke and mask. It focuses on the January 1998 vandalism of a statue depicting New Mexico's first Spanish colonial governor, Don Juan de Onate. The removal of the Onate statue's foot references a brutal colonial encounter in 1599, when Onate ordered the amputation of one foot each from Pueblo men in the rebellious Native American village of Acoma. In this case study, national and regional narratives as well as self-consciously oppositional narratives collude, conflict, and supplement one another. I conclude that the vandalized statue offers a dynamic and "open" icon that powerfully represents the contradictions of New Mexican Chicana/o identity, shedding light on the complex and contradictory identities of all Mexican-origin peoples in the United States. [More] Descriptors: Mexican Americans, American Indians, Mexicans, United States History

Amezcua, Luis G. (2013). An Exploration of the Relationships between Language, Culture, Safety, and Training in the Construction Workforce in New Mexico, ProQuest LLC. The purpose of safety training is to avoid or at least decrease the number of work-related accidents and deaths. This study was concerned with the role that native language plays in effective training of adult construction workers in New Mexico. Specifically, this study examined workers' and trainers' perceptions of the effectiveness of safety training as these perceptions relate to language and cultural considerations. Bilingual safety training is often ineffective because the trainers are limited in their use of the second language. In some cases, individuals without a true grasp of the second language become trainers due to the large demand for bilingual trainers in what may be lucrative job opportunities. In other cases, trainers may be competent in both languages on a social level, but are not able to convey accurately technical information. Four instruments were used: Questionnaire for Workers, Questionnaire for Trainers, "Cuestionario para Trabajadores," and "Cuestionario para Entrenadores." Each questionnaire had two sections. The first section asked a series of demographic and contextual questions; the second section asked the two groups, workers and trainers, for levels of agreement with safety training statements. A comments section at the end of the survey encouraged participants to offer suggestions for improvements and/or include any general remarks. This exploratory study of the relationships between language, culture, safety, and training in the construction workforce in New Mexico provides a solid basis for further research and also may be utilized as a tool to raise awareness of trainers and companies of the importance of health and safety training. Most importantly, qualified trainers who understand the principles of andragogy are needed. The ANSI Standard Z490.1 includes all aspects of adult education and provides guidance as to how to implement effective training. The conclusions of the study have clear policy implications, which are discussed in detail in this study. [The dissertation citations contained here are published with the permission of ProQuest LLC. Further reproduction is prohibited without permission. Copies of dissertations may be obtained by Telephone (800) 1-800-521-0600. Web page: www.proquest.com/en-US/products/dissertations/individuals.shtml.%5D [More] Descriptors: Safety, Training, Construction Industry, Skilled Workers

Anhalt, Cynthia Oropesa; Rodríguez Pérez, María Elena (2013). K-8 Teachers' Concerns about Teaching Latino/a Students, Journal of Urban Mathematics Education. In this article, the authors examine elementary and middle school mathematics teachers' concerns about teaching Latino/a student populations across three regions in the United States: southern Arizona, northern New Mexico, and central California. Surveys were administered to 68 teachers who participated in professional development activities on language and culture diversity. Survey questions consisted of items from three domains: (a) concerns about social issues central to teaching Latino/a students, such as discrimination, multiculturalism, and stereo-types; (b) concerns about the task of teaching Latino/a students focusing on methods, strategies, materials, and new ideas for teaching; and (c) concerns about Latino/a students' learning, which dealt with factors that impact student performance in school, such as home environment, family culture, and expectations. In general, the authors found that the surveyed teachers were highly concerned with issues about teaching Latino/a students and their learning and were less concerned about social issues in teaching Latino/a students. [More] Descriptors: Elementary School Mathematics, Middle Schools, Secondary School Mathematics, Mathematics Teachers

Freeman, Janet (2010). It's Time to Talk: Tribal Colleges Tackle Culture of Silence about Suicide, Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education. Compared to the general population, American Indians are experiencing an alarmingly increased rate of suicide, which some estimate at 50% higher than other ethnic groups. On the campuses of some tribal colleges, things look equally bleak, with 15% of students reporting that they seriously considered suicide over the past 12 months. While the reasons for this tragedy are myriad and complex--and much remains to be done--some tribal colleges in New Mexico, Montana, Nebraska, and North Dakota, are facing the crisis head-on, instituting prevention programs designed to reach students before they even set foot on campus. Culture-specific programs are pivotal for the success of suicide prevention at tribal colleges; research indicates that students who are more culturally and spiritually connected exhibit fewer suicidal tendencies. By engaging the community at large and incorporating cultural traditions, a tribal college can go a long way toward ensuring its students will seek help when they need it. [More] Descriptors: Prevention, American Indians, Suicide, Tribally Controlled Education

Kachina, Olga A. (2011). Teaching a Geographical Component in World History Curriculum, Contemporary Issues in Education Research. This article is devoted to the topic of teaching a geographical component in World History curriculum in American public high schools. Despite the fact that the federal legislation entitled "No Child Left Behind" (2001) declared geography as a "core" academic subject, geography was the only subject dropped from federal funding. As a result, geography as a separate subject in the majority of public schools around the country ceased to exist. California, New Mexico, and Rhode Island have adopted state standards of combined course of World History and Geography. However, a small geography segment included within the World History course has not been sufficient to provide students with a satisfactory level of geographical literacy. American students show their lack of geographical knowledge in one study after another even though the 21st century is an era of globalization and increasing international relationship. The geopolitical approach to teaching the World History course promoted in this paper can improve the situation significantly in a relatively short period of time. This geopolitical approach stresses the connection between history and geography. It involves an analysis of a county's economy, culture, domestic and foreign policies as directly connected to its geography. This approach improves students' analytical thinking and conceptual understanding. [More] Descriptors: World History, History Instruction, Geography, High Schools

Goodkind, Jessica R.; Gonzales, Melissa; Malcoe, Lorraine H.; Espinosa, Judith (2008). The Hispanic Women's Social Stressor Scale: Understanding the Multiple Social Stressors of U.S.- and Mexico-Born Hispanic Women, Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences. Measurement of social stressors among Hispanic women is a growing and important area of study, particularly in terms of understanding explanatory mechanisms for health disparities. This study involved adaptation of the Hispanic Stress Inventory and the Latin American Stress Inventory to create a measure of social stressors specifically for both immigrant and nonimmigrant Hispanic women. The measurement development process included review of existing scales, focus groups with Hispanic women (U.S.- and Mexico-born) in New Mexico, and creation, pilot testing, and factor analysis of a 41-item scale. Results indicate that the Hispanic Women's Social Stressor Scale is a reliable and valid measure of the social stressors experienced by U.S.-born and Mexico-born Hispanic women in the Southwest. Factor analyses revealed six reliable and conceptually distinct sub-scales of social stressors: immigration, socioeconomic, racism-related, familial, parental, and employment. Convergent and criterion validity were supported. [More] Descriptors: Stress Management, Females, Focus Groups, Predictive Validity

Johnson, Natasha Kaye (2009). Cross Country, Rodeo, Archery: Navajo Athletic Programs Give Students Running Start, Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education. While tribal college athletic programs were not designed to market the colleges, there is no denying they have generated positive attention and have perhaps even helped to highlight the colleges' purpose. Dine College and Navajo Technical College are among a handful of tribal colleges who have made athletic programs a priority. They have since witnessed the positive impact on their students' overall success and in the process, have been able to tout the colleges' achievements to the general public. Mainstream 4-year colleges clearly have advantages over the chronically under-funded tribal colleges in athletics, such as state-of-the-art facilities and financial backing, but tribal colleges are making strides in building strong athletic programs. The cost of facilities and travel prevents a number of tribal colleges from participating in intercollegiate sports. Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) was established in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1971 and has an enrollment of 900 students annually. While it has had athletic programs in the past, it has not been able to establish a permanent intercollegiate athletic program. As SIPI and other tribal colleges try to build athletic programs, the strong tribal college athletic programs may help pave the way for them. This article highlights the successes of the nationally recognized Navajo Technical College and Dine College cross country, rodeo, and archery teams. [More] Descriptors: Navajo (Nation), College Athletics, Technical Institutes, Tribally Controlled Education

Vigil, Antonio (2006). Aztlanscape, Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies. "Aztlanscape" is a painting that explores the notions of history, migration, and cultural exchange. It depicts various places with significant relationships to one another, reconfigured into a new landscape. The specific locales used in this painting are Albuquerque, New Mexico; Oakland, California; and Mexico DF, Mexico. These cities have a personal significance because the author has lived in all three. Much of the author's work takes place between two societies and cultures, Mexican and American. Between these spaces, notions are challenged, negotiated, and combined. Identities both personal and cultural begin to evolve. Through these images, the author explores ideas of history, memory, and migration on both personal and cultural levels. He uses landscapes with shared political, economic, and cultural histories to illustrate both the cohesion and disjuncture created by migration and cultural exchange. [More] Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Migration, Cultural Influences, Painting (Visual Arts)

Deschenie, Tina (2008). Sports Drove Silva to Teach Wellness, Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education. This article profiles teacher Leroy Silva (Laguna), 27, a.k.a. "Buster". Silva describes himself as an active guy who stays busy working out, playing basketball, softball, and more recently golf, soccer, and lacrosse. He teaches personal wellness and sports (not physical education), a job he began in 2006. Before that he was a trainer at the Laguna Pueblo Wellness Center, his first job after graduating from Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas. He earned two degrees at Haskell: an Associate Degree in Health, Physical Education, and Athletics in 2003 and a Bachelor's Degree in American Indian Studies in 2005. Although he didn't plan to become a teacher, Silva says he has always known he wanted to make a difference with youth. When he began exploring the Native American Community Academy (NACA) position he spent two weeks deliberating before finally taking the leap at the urging of his mother, Joan Silva. Since he didn't major in education, Silva is working on alternative licensure by developing a portfolio that addresses New Mexico state teaching competencies. Kara L. Bobroff (Lakota/Navajo), the founding principal of NACA, says Silva is a strong role model for the students. He emulates the core values, mission, and vision of the school: college success, knowing his own culture and language, practicing personal wellness, and being committed to community and service. [More] Descriptors: Role Models, American Indians, American Indian Education, Wellness

Watts, Linda K. (2001). Applying a Cultural Models Approach to American Indian Substance Dependency Research, American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research. American Indian "cultural models" of substance dependency and recovery were developed based on discourse analysis during ethnographic studies at an Indian rehabilitation clinic and with New Mexico Pueblo youth. Incorporating such social constructions of everyday life into the design and implementation of prevention and intervention programs may support local cultural revitalization while increasing program relevance and effectiveness. (Contains 30 references.) Descriptors: American Indian Culture, American Indians, Community Attitudes, Cultural Influences

Lubin, Shami (1972). New Mexico Campaigns Against Hunger and Malnutrition, Opportunity. Describes the nutritional needs of individuals in New Mexico, and the efforts of the Nutrition Improvement Program (NIP) of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine at Albuquerque to remove hunger and malnutrition. Descriptors: Cultural Influences, Health Programs, Hunger, Nutrition

Garcia, Flaviano Chris (1974). Manitos and Chicanos in Nuevo Mexico Politics, Aztlan. The article briefly reviews New Mexico's political history, surveys the present socio-political status of its Spanish speaking population, and examines the effects of the Chicano Movimiento on Manitos in New Mexico. Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Cultural Influences, History, Political Divisions (Geographic)

Peshkin, Alan (2000). The Nature of Interpretation in Qualitative Research, Educational Researcher. Addresses the process of interpretation from a study of the academic achievements of Native American high school students in New Mexico, illuminating the relationship of researcher subjectivity to the many decision points that each process of interpretation embodies. The article also contains a counterpoint of problematics that reveals where alternative interpretive decisions could have been made. Descriptors: Academic Achievement, American Indian Culture, American Indian Education, American Indians

Aguirre-Bielschowsky, Ikerne; Freeman, Claire; Vass, Eva (2012). Influences on Children's Environmental Cognition: A Comparative Analysis of New Zealand and Mexico, Environmental Education Research. This paper investigates Mexican and New Zealand children's conception of the environment and their understandings of environmental issues, focusing on how personal experiences, culture and school-based environmental education (EE) programmes influence their perspectives. Sixty Year 5 children (age 9-11) from three schools in Dunedin (New Zealand) and three schools from Ensenada (Mexico), their teachers and school principals were interviewed. The study found that children from both cities had limited opportunities for contact with nature. Most children understood the environment as nature, and did not typically link environmental problems to human activities or social causes. Rarely were children critical of the effect of socio-economic structure on the environment. The analysis shows that children's understandings of the environment are connected to their personal experiences and mediated by culture. Children from Ensenada had a more global perspective on environmental issues but a more passive attitude towards their local environment, participating in fewer environmental activities than children from Dunedin. In both countries, children from schools with an EE programme did translate environmental practices learnt at school into environmental practices at home. Based on our results, EE could be improved by considering the cultural context, enhancing children's contact with nature, encouraging critical thinking and more environmental activities. [More] Descriptors: Environmental Education, Global Approach, Foreign Countries, Comparative Analysis

Teacher Self-Assessment Scales (TSAS) Updated

Enter TSAS Questionnaire responses online now: All participants may use this form

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Download the TSAS Guidance document:
tsas-guidance-spring-2016

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tsas-scales-spring-2016

Download the latest NMTEACH Full Rubric
(Version Aug. 19, 2015):
nmteach-full-rubric-20150819

Download the Teacher-Efficacy Research Summary from the journal Principal:
Teacher_Efficacy_What_is_it_and_Does_it_Matter.pdf

New Mexico School Grades 2014-2015

Technical Assistance Documents

School Grading Technical Guide:
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School Grading FAQs:
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College and Career Readiness Accountability Manual:
webapp2.ped.state.nm.us/SchoolData/docs/1213/SchoolGrading/ADC_CCR_Indicators_VFINAL_8_8_13.pdf

Bonus Points Technical Assistance Memo
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District Name School Name School Grade
ABQ SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE ABQ SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE C
ABQ SIGN LANGUAGE ACADEMY ABQ SIGN LANGUAGE ACADEMY B
ACADEMY OF TRADES AND TECH ACADEMY OF TRADES AND TECH F
ACE LEADERSHIP HIGH SCHOOL ACE LEADERSHIP HIGH SCHOOL F
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACADEMY DEL SOL ALT. F
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALAMOGORDO HIGH D
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS BUENA VISTA ELEMENTARY B
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAPARRAL MIDDLE C
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY C
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS HIGH ROLLS MTN ELEMENTARY C
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS HOLLOMAN ELEMENTARY A
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS HOLLOMAN MIDDLE A
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS LA LUZ ELEMENTARY C
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAIN VIEW MIDDLE B
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS NORTH ELEMENTARY C
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS OREGON ELEMENTARY C
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS SACRAMENTO ELEMENTARY C
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS SIERRA ELEMENTARY B
ALAMOGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS YUCCA ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE INSTITUTE OF MATH & SCIENCE ALBUQUERQUE INSTITUTE OF MATH & SCIENCE A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS A. MONTOYA ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ABQ CHARTER ACADEMY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACOMA ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ADOBE ACRES ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALAMEDA ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALAMOSA ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALBUQUERQUE HIGH C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALICE KING COMMUNITY SCHOOL B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALVARADO ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS APACHE ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARMIJO ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARROYO DEL OSO ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATRISCO ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATRISCO HERITAGE ACADEMY HS C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS BANDELIER ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS BARCELONA ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS BATAAN CHARTER SCHOOL C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS BEL-AIR ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS BELLEHAVEN ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CARLOS REY ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAMIZA ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHELWOOD ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHRISTINE DUNCANS HERITAGE ACADEMY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CIBOLA HIGH B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CLEVELAND MIDDLE B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS COCHITI ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS COLLEGE AND CAREER HIGH SCHOOL A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS COLLET PARK ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS COMANCHE ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CORONADO ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CORRALES ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CORRALES INTERNATIONAL A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DEL NORTE HIGH C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DENNIS CHAVEZ ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DESERT RIDGE MIDDLE A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DIGITAL ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DOLORES GONZALES ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DOUBLE EAGLE ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DOUGLAS MACARTHUR ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DURANES ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EARLY COLLEGE ACADEMY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EAST SAN JOSE ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ECADEMY VIRTUAL HIGH SCHOOL D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDMUND G ROSS ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDWARD GONZALES ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EISENHOWER MIDDLE B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EL CAMINO REAL ACADEMY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ELDORADO HIGH C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EMERSON ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ERNIE PYLE MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EUBANK ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EUGENE FIELD ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FREEDOM HIGH C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GARFIELD MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GEORGIA O'KEEFFE ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GORDON BERNELL CHARTER D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GOV BENT ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GRANT MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GRIEGOS ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HARRISON MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HAWTHORNE ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HAYES MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HELEN CORDERO PRIMARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HIGHLAND HIGH D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HODGIN ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HOOVER MIDDLE C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HUBERT H HUMPHREY ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS INEZ ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS JACKSON MIDDLE A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS JAMES MONROE MIDDLE C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS JEFFERSON MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS JIMMY CARTER MIDDLE D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS JOHN ADAMS MIDDLE B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS JOHN BAKER ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS KENNEDY MIDDLE D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS KIRTLAND ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS KIT CARSON ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS L.B. JOHNSON MIDDLE B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LA ACADEMIA DE ESPERANZA D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LA CUEVA HIGH A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LA LUZ ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LA MESA ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LAVALAND ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LEW WALLACE ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LONGFELLOW ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS PADILLAS ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS PUENTES CHARTER F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS RANCHOS ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOWELL ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MADISON MIDDLE C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MANZANO HIGH C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MANZANO MESA ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MARIE M HUGHES ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MARK TWAIN ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MARYANN BINFORD ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MATHESON PARK ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MC COLLUM ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MC KINLEY MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MISSION AVENUE ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MITCHELL ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONTE VISTA ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONTESSORI OF THE RIO GRANDE D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONTEZUMA ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAIN MAHOGANY COMMUNITY SCHOOL F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAIN VIEW ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NATIVE AMERICAN COMM ACADEMY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NAVAJO ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEW FUTURES SCHOOL C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEX GEN ACADEMY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NORTH STAR ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NUESTROS VALORES CHARTER C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ONATE ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OSUNA ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PAINTED SKY ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PAJARITO ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PETROGLYPH ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS POLK MIDDLE D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUBLIC ACADEMY FOR PERFORMING ARTS B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS REGINALD CHAVEZ ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO GRANDE HIGH F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ROBERT F. KENNEDY CHARTER D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ROOSEVELT MIDDLE A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS RUDOLFO ANAYA ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS S. Y. JACKSON ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SAN ANTONITO ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SANDIA BASE ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SANDIA HIGH B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SCHOOL ON WHEELS D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SEVEN-BAR ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SIERRA VISTA ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SOMBRA DEL MONTE ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SOUTH VALLEY ACADEMY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUNSET VIEW ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUSIE R. MARMON ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TAFT MIDDLE C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TAYLOR MIDDLE D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE ALB TALENT DEVELOPMENT CHARTER F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE FAMILY SCHOOL A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TIERRA ANTIGUA ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TOMASITA ELEMENTARY B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TONY HILLERMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TRUMAN MIDDLE B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALLE VISTA ELEMENTARY A
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALLEY HIGH D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS VAN BUREN MIDDLE D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS VENTANA RANCH ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS VOLCANO VISTA HIGH B
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WASHINGTON MIDDLE F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WEST MESA HIGH D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHERRY ELEMENTARY D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHITTIER ELEMENTARY F
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILSON MIDDLE D
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ZIA ELEMENTARY C
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ZUNI ELEMENTARY B
ALDO LEOPOLD CHARTER ALDO LEOPOLD CHARTER B
ALMA D'ARTE CHARTER ALMA D'ARTE CHARTER C
AMY BIEHL CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL AMY BIEHL CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL B
ANIMAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANIMAS 7-12 SCHOOL B
ANIMAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANIMAS ELEMENTARY A
ANIMAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANIMAS MIDDLE B
ANTHONY CHARTER SCHOOL ANTHONY CHARTER SCHOOL D
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARTESIA HIGH D
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARTESIA PARK JUNIOR HIGH B
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARTESIA ZIA INTERMEDIATE B
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS CENTRAL ELEMENTARY C
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS GRAND HTS.EARLY CHILD C
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS HERMOSA ELEMENTARY B
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS PENASCO ELEMENTARY A
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ROSELAWN ELEMENTARY C
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS YESO ELEMENTARY B
ARTESIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS YUCCA ELEMENTARY C
AZTEC MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS AZTEC HIGH B
AZTEC MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS C.V. KOOGLER MIDDLE A
AZTEC MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LYDIA RIPPEY ELEMENTARY D
AZTEC MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MCCOY AVENUE ELEMENTARY B
AZTEC MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MOSAIC ACADEMY CHARTER F
AZTEC MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS PARK AVENUE ELEMENTARY C
AZTEC MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS VISTA NUEVA HIGH B
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS BELEN HIGH D
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS BELEN INFINITY HIGH D
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS BELEN MIDDLE F
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS CENTRAL ELEMENTARY B
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS DENNIS CHAVEZ ELEMENTARY C
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS GIL SANCHEZ ELEMENTARY B
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS JARAMILLO ELEMENTARY B
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS LA MERCED ELEMENTARY B
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS LA PROMESA ELEMENTARY C
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS RIO GRANDE ELEMENTARY B
BELEN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS THE FAMILY SCHOOL B
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALGODONES ELEMENTARY D
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS BERNALILLO ELEMENTARY D
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS BERNALILLO HIGH C
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS BERNALILLO MIDDLE D
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS COCHITI ELEMENTARY B
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS COCHITI MIDDLE B
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS PLACITAS ELEMENTARY A
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS SANTO DOMINGO ELEMENTARY F
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS SANTO DOMINGO MIDDLE F
BERNALILLO PUBLIC SCHOOLS WD CARROLL ELEMENTARY C
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOLS BLANCO ELEMENTARY C
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOLS BLOOMFIELD EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER C
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOLS BLOOMFIELD HIGH D
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOLS CENTRAL PRIMARY F
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOLS CHARLIE Y. BROWN ALT D
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOLS MESA ALTA JR HIGH F
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOLS NAABA ANI ELEMENTARY C
CAPITAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CAPITAN ELEMENTARY D
CAPITAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CAPITAN HIGH B
CAPITAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CAPITAN MIDDLE F
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CARLSBAD EARLY COLLEGE HIGH C
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CARLSBAD HIGH C
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CARLSBAD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL F
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CARLSBAD SIXTH GRADE ACADEMY F
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CRAFT ELEMENTARY C
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ECE CENTER A
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HILLCREST ELEMENTARY F
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS JEFFERSON MONTESSORI C
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS JOE STANLEY SMITH ELEMENTARY C
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MONTERREY ELEMENTARY B
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS PATE ELEMENTARY B
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS PUCKETT ELEMENTARY B
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY A
CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SUNSET ELEMENTARY C
CARRIZOZO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CARRIZOZO ELEMENTARY A
CARRIZOZO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CARRIZOZO HIGH C
CARRIZOZO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CARRIZOZO MIDDLE D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS CAREER PREP ALTERNATIVE D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS CENTRAL HIGH C
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS EVA B STOKELY ELEMENTARY D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS GRACE B. WILSON ELEMENTARY B
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS KIRTLAND ELEMENTARY C
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS KIRTLAND MIDDLE D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS MESA ELEMENTARY D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS NASCHITTI ELEMENTARY B
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS NEWCOMB ELEMENTARY C
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS NEWCOMB HIGH D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS NEWCOMB MIDDLE F
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS NIZHONI ELEMENTARY D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS OJO AMARILLO ELEMENTARY F
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS RUTH N BOND ELEMENTARY C
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SHIPROCK HIGH D
CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS TSE'BIT'AI MIDDLE F
CESAR CHAVEZ COMMUNITY SCHOOL CESAR CHAVEZ COMMUNITY SCHOOL C
CHAMA VALLEY INDEP. SCHOOLS CHAMA ELEMENTARY F
CHAMA VALLEY INDEP. SCHOOLS CHAMA MIDDLE C
CHAMA VALLEY INDEP. SCHOOLS ESCALANTE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL D
CHAMA VALLEY INDEP. SCHOOLS TIERRA AMARILLA ELEMENTARY C
CIEN AGUAS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL CIEN AGUAS INTERNATIONAL A
CIMARRON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CIMARRON ELEMENTARY A
CIMARRON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CIMARRON HIGH C
CIMARRON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CIMARRON MIDDLE F
CIMARRON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS EAGLE NEST ELEMENTARY F
CIMARRON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS EAGLE NEST MIDDLE B
CIMARRON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MORENO VALLEY HIGH C
CLAYTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ALVIS ELEMENTARY B
CLAYTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CLAYTON HIGH C
CLAYTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CLAYTON JUNIOR HIGH B
CLAYTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS KISER ELEMENTARY F
CLOUDCROFT MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CLOUDCROFT ELEMENTARY D
CLOUDCROFT MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CLOUDCROFT HIGH A
CLOUDCROFT MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CLOUDCROFT MIDDLE A
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ARTS ACADEMY AT BELLA VISTA C
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS BARRY ELEMENTARY A
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CAMEO ELEMENTARY F
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CLOVIS HIGH D
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CLOVIS HS FRESHMAN ACADEMY B
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY B
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS JAMES BICKLEY ELEMENTARY C
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LA CASITA ELEMENTARY B
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOCKWOOD ELEMENTARY C
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MARSHALL MIDDLE C
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MESA ELEMENTARY A
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS PARKVIEW ELEMENTARY F
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS RANCHVALE ELEMENTARY A
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SANDIA ELEMENTARY A
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS WD GATTIS MIDDLE SCHOOL A
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS YUCCA MIDDLE B
CLOVIS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ZIA ELEMENTARY A
COBRE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS BAYARD ELEMENTARY C
COBRE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS CENTRAL ELEMENTARY C
COBRE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS COBRE HIGH D
COBRE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS HURLEY ELEMENTARY D
COBRE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SAN LORENZO ELEMENTARY A
COBRE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SNELL MIDDLE C
CORAL COMMUNITY CHARTER CORAL COMMUNITY CHARTER B
CORONA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CORONA ELEMENTARY A
CORONA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CORONA HIGH B
COTTONWOOD CLASSICAL PREP COTTONWOOD CLASSICAL PREP A
CREATIVE ED PREP #1 CREATIVE ED PREP #1 C
CUBA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS CUBA ELEMENTARY F
CUBA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS CUBA HIGH D
CUBA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS CUBA MIDDLE F
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS BATAAN ELEMENTARY F
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS BELL ELEMENTARY F
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY B
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS COLUMBUS ELEMENTARY B
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS DEMING CESAR CHAVEZ C
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS DEMING HIGH D
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS DEMING INTERMEDIATE D
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY D
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS RED MOUNTAIN MIDDLE D
DEMING PUBLIC SCHOOLS RUBEN S. TORRES ELEMENTARY B
DES MOINES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS DES MOINES ELEMENTARY B
DES MOINES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS DES MOINES HIGH A
DEXTER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS DEXTER ELEMENTARY B
DEXTER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS DEXTER HIGH C
DEXTER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS DEXTER MIDDLE F
DORA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS DORA ELEMENTARY A
DORA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS DORA HIGH A
DREAM DINE DREAM DINE D
DULCE INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS DULCE ELEMENTARY F
DULCE INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS DULCE JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL C
EAST MTN HIGH SCHOOL EAST MTN HIGH SCHOOL A
ELIDA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ELIDA ELEMENTARY C
ELIDA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ELIDA HIGH B
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ABIQUIU ELEMENTARY A
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALCALDE ELEMENTARY F
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS CARINOS DE LOS NINOS C
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS CARLOS F. VIGIL MIDDLE F
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHIMAYO ELEMENTARY C
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS DIXON ELEMENTARY C
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ESPANOLA VALLEY HIGH D
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS EUTIMIO SALAZAR ELEMENTARY F
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS HERNANDEZ ELEMENTARY C
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS JAMES RODRIGUEZ ELEMENTARY D
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS NINOS ELEMENTARY C
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS SAN JUAN ELEMENTARY F
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS TONY QUINTANA ELEMENTARY F
ESPANOLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS VELARDE ELEMENTARY D
ESTANCIA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ESTANCIA HIGH B
ESTANCIA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ESTANCIA MIDDLE B
ESTANCIA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ESTANCIA VALLEY LEARNING C
ESTANCIA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOWER ELEMENTARY C
ESTANCIA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS UPPER ELEMENTARY C
ESTANCIA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS VANSTONE ELEMENTARY A
ESTANCIA VALLEY CLASSICAL ACADEMY ESTANCIA VALLEY CLASSICAL ACADEMY A
EUNICE MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CATON MIDDLE D
EUNICE MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS EUNICE HIGH D
EUNICE MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS METTIE JORDAN ELEMENTARY D
EXPLORE ACADEMY EXPLORE ACADEMY F
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ANIMAS ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS APACHE ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS BLUFFVIEW ELEMENTARY B
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS COUNTRY CLUB ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ESPERANZA ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FARMINGTON HIGH C
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL C
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HERMOSA MIDDLE SCHOOL B
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LADERA DEL NORTE ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MCCORMICK ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MCKINLEY ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MESA VERDE ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MESA VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL D
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS NEW MEXICO VIRTUAL ACADEMY C
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS PIEDRA VISTA HIGH A
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ROCINANTE HIGH B
FARMINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TIBBETTS MIDDLE SCHOOL A
FLOYD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FLOYD ELEMENTARY B
FLOYD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FLOYD HIGH C
FLOYD MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FLOYD MIDDLE D
FORT SUMNER MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FORT SUMNER ELEMENTARY B
FORT SUMNER MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FORT SUMNER HIGH A
FORT SUMNER MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FORT SUMNER MIDDLE B
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ALTA VISTA EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL F
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ANTHONY ELEMENTARY C
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS BERINO ELEMENTARY D
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY C
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS CHAPARRAL HIGH D
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS CHAPARRAL MIDDLE F
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS DESERT TRAIL ELEMENTARY D
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS DESERT VIEW ELEMENTARY F
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS GADSDEN ELEMENTARY B
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS GADSDEN HIGH D
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS GADSDEN MIDDLE D
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS LA UNION ELEMENTARY B
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS LOMA LINDA ELEMENTARY D
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MESQUITE ELEMENTARY B
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS NORTH VALLEY ELEMENTARY A
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY F
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SANTA TERESA ELEMENTARY C
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SANTA TERESA HIGH C
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SANTA TERESA MIDDLE A
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SUNLAND PARK ELEMENTARY B
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SUNRISE ELEMENTARY D
GADSDEN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS VADO ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS CHEE DODGE ELEMENTARY C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS CHIEF MANUELITO MIDDLE B
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS CHURCH ROCK ELEMENTARY F
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS CROWNPOINT ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS CROWNPOINT HIGH C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS CROWNPOINT MIDDLE D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS DAVID SKEET ELEMENTARY B
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS GALLUP CENTRAL ALTERNATIVE C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS GALLUP HIGH C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS GALLUP MIDDLE C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS INDIAN HILLS ELEMENTARY A
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS JOHN F. KENNEDY MIDDLE C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS JUAN DE ONATE ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS LINCOLN ELEMENTARY C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS MIDDLE COLLEGE HIGH A
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS MIYAMURA HIGH SCHOOL B
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS NAVAJO ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS NAVAJO MIDDLE SCHOOL C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS NAVAJO PINE HIGH C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS RAMAH ELEMENTARY C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS RAMAH HIGH B
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS RED ROCK ELEMENTARY C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS ROCKY VIEW ELEMENTARY F
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS STAGECOACH ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS THOREAU ELEMENTARY D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS THOREAU HIGH F
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS THOREAU MIDDLE F
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS TOBE TURPEN ELEMENTARY C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS TOHATCHI ELEMENTARY C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS TOHATCHI HIGH C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS TOHATCHI MIDDLE D
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS TSE'YI'GAI HIGH C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS TWIN LAKES ELEMENTARY C
GALLUP-MCKINLEY CTY SCHOOLS WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY C
GILBERT L SENA CHARTER HS GILBERT L SENA CHARTER HS C
GRADY MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS GRADY ELEMENTARY A
GRADY MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS GRADY HIGH A
GRADY MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS GRADY MIDDLE SCHOOL B
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS BLUEWATER ELEMENTARY B
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS CUBERO ELEMENTARY C
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS GRANTS HIGH C
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS LAGUNA-ACOMA HIGH C
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS LAGUNA-ACOMA MIDDLE F
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS LOS ALAMITOS MIDDLE F
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS MESA VIEW ELEMENTARY B
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS MILAN ELEMENTARY C
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS MOUNT TAYLOR ELEMENTARY D
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS SAN RAFAEL ELEMENTARY D
GRANTS-CIBOLA COUNTY SCHOOLS SEBOYETA ELEMENTARY C
HAGERMAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HAGERMAN ELEMENTARY C
HAGERMAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HAGERMAN HIGH A
HAGERMAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HAGERMAN MIDDLE C
HATCH VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS GARFIELD ELEMENTARY C
HATCH VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS HATCH VALLEY ELEMENTARY C
HATCH VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS HATCH VALLEY HIGH F
HATCH VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS HATCH VALLEY MIDDLE A
HATCH VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO GRANDE ELEMENTARY B
HEALTH LEADERSHIP HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH LEADERSHIP HIGH SCHOOL F
HEALTH SCIENCES ACADEMY HEALTH SCIENCES ACADEMY F
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS B.T. WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY A
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS BROADMOOR ELEMENTARY B
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS COLLEGE LANE ELEMENTARY D
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CORONADO ELEMENTARY D
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS EDISON ELEMENTARY C
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HEIZER MIDDLE SCHOOL F
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HIGHLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL F
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HOBBS FRESHMAN HIGH D
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HOBBS HIGH C
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HOUSTON MIDDLE SCHOOL C
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY F
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MILLS ELEMENTARY F
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SANGER ELEMENTARY D
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SOUTHERN HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY D
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS STONE ELEMENTARY D
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TAYLOR ELEMENTARY C
HOBBS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS WILL ROGERS ELEMENTARY F
HONDO VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS HONDO ELEMENTARY D
HONDO VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS HONDO HIGH C
HORIZON ACADEMY WEST HORIZON ACADEMY WEST D
HOUSE MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HOUSE ELEMENTARY C
HOUSE MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HOUSE HIGH C
HOUSE MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HOUSE JUNIOR HIGH D
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AT MESA DEL SOL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AT MESA DEL SOL C
J PAUL TAYLOR ACADEMY J PAUL TAYLOR ACADEMY C
JAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS JAL ELEMENTARY C
JAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS JAL HIGH C
JAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS JAL JR HIGH F
JEMEZ MOUNTAIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS CORONADO HIGH D
JEMEZ MOUNTAIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS CORONADO MIDDLE F
JEMEZ MOUNTAIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS GALLINA ELEMENTARY A
JEMEZ MOUNTAIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS LINDRITH AREA HERITAGE B
JEMEZ MOUNTAIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS LYBROOK ELEMENTARY D
JEMEZ VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS JEMEZ VALLEY ELEMENTARY F
JEMEZ VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS JEMEZ VALLEY HIGH C
JEMEZ VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS JEMEZ VALLEY MIDDLE B
JEMEZ VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS SAN DIEGO RIVERSIDE D
LA JICARITA COMMUNITY SCHOOL LA JICARITA COMMUNITY SCHOOL F
LA PROMESA EARLY LEARNING LA PROMESA EARLY LEARNING C
LA RESOLANA LEADERSHIP LA RESOLANA LEADERSHIP C
LA TIERRA MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES LA TIERRA MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES B
LAKE ARTHUR MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LAKE ARTHUR ELEMENTARY D
LAKE ARTHUR MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LAKE ARTHUR HIGH C
LAKE ARTHUR MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LAKE ARTHUR MIDDLE D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALAMEDA ELEMENTARY D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARROWHEAD PARK MEDICAL ACADEMY B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOOKER T. WASHINGTON C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS CAMINO REAL MIDDLE B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS CENTRAL ELEMENTARY D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS CESAR CHAVEZ ELEMENTARY A
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS COLUMBIA ELEMENTARY B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS CONLEE ELEMENTARY B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS DESERT HILLS ELEMENTARY B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS DONA ANA ELEMENTARY C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS EAST PICACHO ELEMENTARY C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS FAIRACRES ELEMENTARY F
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS HERMOSA HGTS ELEMENTARY A
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS HILLRISE ELEMENTARY D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS JORNADA ELEMENTARY B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS LAS CRUCES HIGH A
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS LAS MONTANAS CHARTER D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOMA HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS LYNN MIDDLE F
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS MAC ARTHUR ELEMENTARY F
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS MAYFIELD HIGH C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS MESA MIDDLE F
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS MESILLA ELEMENTARY B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS MESILLA PARK ELEMENTARY B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS MESILLA VALLEY ALTERNATIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL B
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONTE VISTA ELEMENTARY A
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS ONATE HIGH C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS PICACHO MIDDLE F
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO GRANDE PREPARATORY INSTITUTE D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS SIERRA MIDDLE D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS SONOMA ELEMENTARY D
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUNRISE ELEMENTARY C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS TOMBAUGH ELEMENTARY F
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNIVERSITY HILLS ELEMENTARY C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY F
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS VISTA MIDDLE C
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHITE SANDS ELEMENTARY A
LAS CRUCES PUBLIC SCHOOLS ZIA MIDDLE D
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS LEGION PARK ELEMENTARY F
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS NINOS ELEMENTARY F
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS LVCS EARLY CHILDHOOD F
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MEMORIAL MIDDLE D
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MIKE SENA ELEMENTARY B
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS PAUL D. HENRY ELEMENTARY D
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ROBERTSON HIGH B
LAS VEGAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS SIERRA VISTA ELEMENTARY F
LOGAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOGAN ELEMENTARY A
LOGAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOGAN HIGH B
LOGAN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOGAN MIDDLE D
LORDSBURG MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CENTRAL ELEMENTARY A
LORDSBURG MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS DUGAN-TARANGO MIDDLE F
LORDSBURG MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LORDSBURG HIGH C
LORDSBURG MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS R.V.TRAYLOR ELEMENTARY D
LORDSBURG MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY C
LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS ASPEN ELEMENTARY B
LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS BARRANCA MESA ELEMENTARY A
LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAMISA ELEMENTARY A
LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS ALAMOS HIGH A
LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS ALAMOS MIDDLE A
LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY A
LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS PINON ELEMENTARY A
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANN PARISH ELEMENTARY D
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOSQUE FARMS ELEMENTARY A
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS CENTURY ALT HIGH D
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS DESERT VIEW ELEMENTARY F
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS KATHERINE GALLEGOS ELEMENTARY A
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS LUNAS ELEMENTARY D
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS LUNAS FAMILY SCHOOL B
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS LUNAS HIGH D
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS LOS LUNAS MIDDLE F
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS PERALTA ELEMENTARY B
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS RAYMOND GABALDON ELEMENTARY D
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUNDANCE ELEMENTARY C
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS TOME ELEMENTARY C
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALENCIA ELEMENTARY D
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALENCIA HIGH C
LOS LUNAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALENCIA MIDDLE SCHOOL F
LOVING MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOVING ELEMENTARY B
LOVING MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOVING HIGH C
LOVING MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOVING MIDDLE F
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS BEN ALEXANDER ELEMENTARY B
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY F
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LEA ELEMENTARY F
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LLANO ELEMENTARY A
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOVINGTON 6TH GRADE ACADEMY B
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOVINGTON FRESHMAN ACADEMY F
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LOVINGTON HIGH C
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS NEW HOPE ALT HIGH F
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TAYLOR MIDDLE F
LOVINGTON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS YARBRO ELEMENTARY C
MAGDALENA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MAGDALENA ELEMENTARY C
MAGDALENA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MAGDALENA HIGH C
MAGDALENA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MAGDALENA MIDDLE F
MAXWELL MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MAXWELL ELEMENTARY D
MAXWELL MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MAXWELL HIGH C
MAXWELL MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MAXWELL MIDDLE D
MCCURDY CHARTER SCHOOL MCCURDY CHARTER SCHOOL C
MEDIA ARTS CHARTER MEDIA ARTS COLLABORATIVE CHARTER D
MELROSE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MELROSE ELEMENTARY D
MELROSE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MELROSE HIGH B
MELROSE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MELROSE JUNIOR D
MESA VISTA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS EL RITO ELEMENTARY B
MESA VISTA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS MESA VISTA HIGH C
MESA VISTA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS MESA VISTA MIDDLE F
MESA VISTA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS OJO CALIENTE ELEMENTARY D
MISSION ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS MISSION ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS A
MONTESSORI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MONTESSORI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL B
MORA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS HOLMAN ELEMENTARY F
MORA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS LAZARO LARRY GARCIA F
MORA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MORA ELEMENTARY C
MORA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MORA HIGH B
MORIARTY-EDGEWQOD SCHOOL DISTRICT EDGEWOOD MIDDLE B
MORIARTY-EDGEWQOD SCHOOL DISTRICT MORIARTY ELEMENTARY B
MORIARTY-EDGEWQOD SCHOOL DISTRICT MORIARTY HIGH C
MORIARTY-EDGEWQOD SCHOOL DISTRICT MORIARTY MIDDLE D
MORIARTY-EDGEWQOD SCHOOL DISTRICT ROUTE 66 ELEMENTARY C
MORIARTY-EDGEWQOD SCHOOL DISTRICT SOUTH MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY B
MOSQUERO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MOSQUERO ELEMENTARY C
MOSQUERO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS MOSQUERO HIGH A
MOUNTAINAIR PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAINAIR ELEMENTARY B
MOUNTAINAIR PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAINAIR HIGH C
MOUNTAINAIR PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAINAIR JR HIGH D
NEW AMERICA SCHOOL NEW AMERICA SCHOOL F
NEW AMERICA SCHOOL - LAS CRUCES NEW AMERICA SCHOOL - LAS CRUCES C
NEW MEXICO CONNECTIONS ACADEMY NEW MEXICO CONNECTIONS ACADEMY C
NEW MEXICO INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL NEW MEXICO INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL A
NM SCHOOL FOR ARTS NM SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS A
NORTH VALLEY CHARTER NORTH VALLEY ACADEMY D
PECOS INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PECOS ELEMENTARY F
PECOS INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PECOS HIGH C
PECOS INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PECOS MIDDLE D
PENASCO INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PENASCO ELEMENTARY C
PENASCO INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PENASCO HIGH C
PENASCO INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PENASCO MIDDLE D
POJOAQUE VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS PABLO ROYBAL ELEMENTARY D
POJOAQUE VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS POJOAQUE HIGH C
POJOAQUE VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS POJOAQUE INTERMEDIATE D
POJOAQUE VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS POJOAQUE MIDDLE D
POJOAQUE VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS SIXTH GRADE ACADEMY F
PORTALES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS BROWN EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER A
PORTALES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS JAMES ELEMENTARY A
PORTALES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS LINDSEY-STEINER ELEMENTARY D
PORTALES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS PORTALES HIGH D
PORTALES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS PORTALES JR HIGH D
PORTALES MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS VALENCIA ELEMENTARY B
QUEMADO INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS DATIL ELEMENTARY C
QUEMADO INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS QUEMADO ELEMENTARY D
QUEMADO INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS QUEMADO HIGH B
QUESTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ALTA VISTA ELEMENTARY F
QUESTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ALTA VISTA INTERMEDIATE D
QUESTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS QUESTA HIGH C
QUESTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS QUESTA JR HIGH F
QUESTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS RIO COSTILLA SW LEARNING ACADEMY A
QUESTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ROOTS & WINGS COMMUNITY B
RATON PUBLIC SCHOOLS COLUMBIAN ELEMENTARY D
RATON PUBLIC SCHOOLS KEARNEY ELEMENTARY D
RATON PUBLIC SCHOOLS LONGFELLOW ELEMENTARY B
RATON PUBLIC SCHOOLS RATON HIGH C
RATON PUBLIC SCHOOLS RATON MIDDLE D
RED RIVER VALLEY CHARTER SCHOOL RED RIVER VALLEY CHARTER SCHOOL B
RESERVE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GLENWOOD ELEMENTARY D
RESERVE PUBLIC SCHOOLS RESERVE ELEMENTARY A
RESERVE PUBLIC SCHOOLS RESERVE HIGH B
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS CIELO AZUL ELEMENTARY A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS COLINAS DEL NORTE ELEMENTARY C
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS EAGLE RIDGE MIDDLE C
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ENCHANTED HILLS ELEMENTARY A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ERNEST STAPLETON ELEMENTARY A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS INDEPENDENCE HIGH SCHOOL C
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS LINCOLN MIDDLE B
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS MAGGIE CORDOVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL B
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS MARTIN KING JR ELEMENTARY A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS MOUNTAIN VIEW MIDDLE A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUESTA DEL SOL ELEMENTARY B
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO RANCHO CYBER ACADEMY A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO RANCHO ELEMENTARY A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO RANCHO HIGH A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO RANCHO MIDDLE SCHOOL B
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS SANDIA VISTA ELEMENTARY B
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS V SUE CLEVELAND HIGH A
RIO RANCHO PUBLIC SCHOOLS VISTA GRANDE ELEMENTARY B
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS BERRENDO ELEMENTARY C
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS BERRENDO MIDDLE B
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS DEL NORTE ELEMENTARY D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS E GRAND PLAINS ELEMENTARY A
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS EL CAPITAN ELEMENTARY C
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS GODDARD HIGH D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MESA MIDDLE D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MILITARY HGTS ELEMENTARY C
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MISSOURI AVE ELEMENTARY D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MONTERREY ELEMENTARY D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS MOUNTAIN VIEW MIDDLE C
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS NANCY LOPEZ ELEMENTARY C
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PECOS ELEMENTARY D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ROSWELL HIGH D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SIDNEY GUTIERREZ MIDDLE A
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SIERRA MIDDLE D
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS SUNSET ELEMENTARY F
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS UNIVERSITY HIGH F
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY B
ROSWELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS WASHINGTON AVE ELEMENTARY D
ROY MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ROY ELEMENTARY B
ROY MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ROY HIGH C
RUIDOSO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS NOB HILL EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER B
RUIDOSO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS RUIDOSO HIGH C
RUIDOSO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS RUIDOSO MIDDLE C
RUIDOSO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SIERRA VISTA PRIMARY B
RUIDOSO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS WHITE MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY D
SAGE MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL SAGE MONTESSORI CHARTER SCHOOL F
SAN JON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SAN JON ELEMENTARY B
SAN JON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SAN JON HIGH C
SAN JON MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SAN JON MIDDLE SCHOOL B
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACADEMY AT LARRAGOITE D
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACADEMY FOR TECH & CLASS A
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACEQUIA MADRE ELEMENTARY B
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS AMY BIEHL COMMUNITY SCHOOL AT RANCHO VIEJO C
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ASPEN COMMUNITY MAGNET SCHOOL D
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATALAYA ELEMENTARY A
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CALVIN CAPSHAW MIDDLE C
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CAPITAL HIGH C
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CARLOS GILBERT ELEMENTARY A
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CESAR CHAVEZ ELEMENTARY B
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS DE VARGAS MIDDLE F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS E.J. MARTINEZ ELEMENTARY D
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDWARD ORTIZ MIDDLE F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EL CAMINO REAL ACADEMY COMMUNITY D
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EL DORADO COMMUNITY SCHOOL B
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FRANCIS X. NAVA ELEMENTARY B
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GONZALES ELEMENTARY C
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS KEARNY ELEMENTARY F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MANDELA INTERNATIONAL MAGNET (MIMS) F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS MONTE DEL SOL CHARTER D
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NINA OTERO COMMUNITY SCHOOL C
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PINON ELEMENTARY B
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS R.M. SWEENEY ELEMENTARY B
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS RAMIREZ THOMAS ELEMENTARY D
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SALAZAR ELEMENTARY F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SANTA FE ENGAGE F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SANTA FE HIGH F
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TESUQUE ELEMENTARY C
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TIERRA ENCANTADA CHARTER SCHOOL D
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TURQUOISE TRAIL CHARTER SCHOOL C
SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WOOD-GORMLEY ELEMENTARY A
SANTA ROSA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS ANTON CHICO MIDDLE F
SANTA ROSA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS RITA A. MARQUEZ ELEMENTARY C
SANTA ROSA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SANTA ROSA ELEMENTARY F
SANTA ROSA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SANTA ROSA HIGH B
SANTA ROSA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SANTA ROSA MIDDLE D
SCHOOL OF DREAMS ACADEMY SCHOOL OF DREAMS ACADEMY D
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS CLIFF ELEMENTARY A
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS CLIFF HIGH C
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS G.W.STOUT ELEMENTARY F
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS HARRISON SCHMITT ELEMENTARY D
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS JOSE BARRIOS ELEMENTARY B
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS LA PLATA MIDDLE F
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS OPPORTUNITY HIGH SCHOOL C
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SILVER HIGH D
SILVER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SIXTH STREET ELEMENTARY F
SOCORRO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS COTTONWOOD VALLEY CHARTER B
SOCORRO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS MIDWAY ELEMENTARY D
SOCORRO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS PARKVIEW ELEMENTARY D
SOCORRO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS R. SARRACINO MIDDLE F
SOCORRO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SAN ANTONIO ELEMENTARY F
SOCORRO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS SOCORRO HIGH D
SOCORRO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS ZIMMERLY ELEMENTARY F
SOUTH VALLEY PREP SOUTH VALLEY PREP D
SOUTHWEST INTERMEDIATE LEARNING CENTER SOUTHWEST INTERMEDIATE LEARNING CENTER A
SOUTHWEST PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER SOUTHWEST PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER B
SOUTHWEST SECONDARY LEARNING CENTER SOUTHWEST SECONDARY LEARNING CENTER B
SPRINGER MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS FORRESTER ELEMENTARY B
SPRINGER MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SPRINGER HIGH C
SPRINGER MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS WILFERTH ELEMENTARY F
SW AERONAUTICS MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE ACADEMY SW AERONAUTICS MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE ACADEMY B
T OR C MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ARREY ELEMENTARY B
T OR C MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS HOT SPRINGS HIGH D
T OR C MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS SIERRA ELEMENTARY C
T OR C MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS T OR C ELEMENTARY C
T OR C MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS T OR C MIDDLE A
TAOS ACADEMY TAOS ACADEMY A
TAOS INTEGRATED SCHOOL OF THE ARTS TAOS INTEGRATED SCHOOL OF ARTS C
TAOS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL TAOS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL D
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ANANSI CHARTER SCHOOL A
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ARROYO DEL NORTE ELEMENTARY A
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS CHRYSALIS ALTERNATIVE D
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS ENOS GARCIA ELEMENTARY C
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS RANCHOS DE TAOS ELEMENTARY C
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TAOS CYBER MAGNET A
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TAOS HIGH A
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TAOS MIDDLE F
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TAOS MUNICIPAL CHARTER A
TAOS MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS VISTA GRANDE HIGH SCHOOL C
TATUM MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TATUM ELEMENTARY D
TATUM MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TATUM HIGH A
TATUM MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TATUM JR HIGH B
TEXICO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TEXICO ELEMENTARY A
TEXICO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TEXICO HIGH A
TEXICO MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TEXICO MIDDLE A
THE ASK ACADEMY THE ASK ACADEMY C
THE GREAT ACADEMY THE GREAT ACADEMY B
THE MASTER PROGRAM THE MASTER PROGRAM B
TIERRA ADENTRO TIERRA ADENTRO C
TUCUMCARI PUBLIC SCHOOLS TUCUMCARI ELEMENTARY D
TUCUMCARI PUBLIC SCHOOLS TUCUMCARI HIGH D
TUCUMCARI PUBLIC SCHOOLS TUCUMCARI MIDDLE D
TULAROSA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TULAROSA ELEMENTARY B
TULAROSA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TULAROSA HIGH C
TULAROSA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TULAROSA INTER B
TULAROSA MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS TULAROSA MIDDLE F
UPLIFT COMMUNITY SCHOOL UPLIFT COMMUNITY SCHOOL F
VAUGHN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS VAUGHN ELEMENTARY F
VAUGHN MUNICIPAL SCHOOLS VAUGHN HIGH D
WAGON MOUND PUBLIC SCHOOLS WAGON MOUND ELEMENTARY B
WAGON MOUND PUBLIC SCHOOLS WAGON MOUND HIGH C
WALATOWA CHARTER HIGH WALATOWA CHARTER HIGH A
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS DON CECILIO MTZ ELEMENTARY D
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS LUIS E. ARMIJO ELEMENTARY D
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS RIO GALLINAS SCHOOL D
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS TONY SERNA JR. ELEMENTARY D
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNION ELEMENTARY B
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALLEY ELEMENTARY F
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS VALLEY MIDDLE B
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS W LAS VEGAS HIGH D
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS W LAS VEGAS MIDDLE F
WEST LAS VEGAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS WLV FAMILY PARTNERSHIP C
WILLIAM W & JOSEPHINE DORN CHARTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL WILLIAM W & JOSEPHINE DORN CHARTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL F
ZUNI PUBLIC SCHOOLS A:SHIWI ELEMENTARY C
ZUNI PUBLIC SCHOOLS DOWA YALANNE ELEMENTARY A
ZUNI PUBLIC SCHOOLS TWIN BUTTES HIGH C
ZUNI PUBLIC SCHOOLS ZUNI HIGH B
ZUNI PUBLIC SCHOOLS ZUNI MIDDLE D

Mesa Vista Forms

Estimados Colegas,

This page will assist you to find and test out the development of the Mesa Vista HEAL Project's counseling and social work forms. To do so, we created a test form at: positivepractices.com/data/mesa-vista-forms-test/

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