Events

  • Mural Contest deadline - March 31st

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  • APTT Meeting on April 19, 2017

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  • School Closure or Delay

    There are many ways of finding out if the schools are on a delay or are closed due to weather. Most messages are on the  automated phone with information, or you can call (505)721-2233 if you have a phone that is not in the automated system. The Gallup schools web site is another resource. The local TV stations in Albuquerque also have the schools that are on delay or closed scrolling during their morning news programs and you can find the information on their websites, as well.

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  • Weather!

    Winter is here and the morning temperatures have been below freezing. Please make sure your child is dressed warmly for the mornings. We also like to have students go out to recess if the temps are above 36 degrees and the wind isn’t crazy, so appropriate dress is necessary. We would like to have each student here at school every day. They get behind on
    class work due to sickness.

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  • Science Fair....coming soon.

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  • If you need to check your child out or make any transportation changes, you MUST call the school by 2:30 pm.

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School Mission Statement

 

 "Creating a Foundation for Lifelong Learning to become Successful Citizens"

Ms. Cindy Arsenault, CES Principal

Welcome back to school! As we enter the second half of the school year, I want to take the opportunity to remind families of a few things. First and foremost, it is very important that your child is here every day on time. School begins at 7:50 and ends at 3:05. It is critical that your child be here to take advantage of their learning so that they are ready to head to the next grade in the fall. Check outs do cut into learning so be aware of how many times you take your child early. 

You may have noticed that the level of work your child is doing has increased. As we begin the push to the next grade, teachers are pushing towards mastery of grade level topics. You can support that learning by reading with your child and creating opportunities for solving math problems. Have you child keep track of how much you spend at the grocery store. For older students, have them compare prices to find the best deal for your family.

Make every day a learning day! Have a wonderful new year! If you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to call 505.786.5323. 

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School Calendar

  • APTT Meeting # 2 @ CES

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  • Kindergarten trip to Albuquerque, NM

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  • Navajo Sovereignty Day

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  • 2nd Grade Field Trip to Albuquerque

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  • Memorial Day

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  • Last Day of School for Students

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  • Last Day for Teachers

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  • Professional Development Day

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CES & GMCS Updates

  • Geography Bee

    Best of luck to Taha Abdeljawad he will be attending the Geography Bee in Albuquerque March 31st

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  • Skills USA

    Students practicing before the State Conference that will be taking place in Albuquerque, N.M.  March 28- April 1

    Good luck!!

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  • Child Abuse Prevention Awareness

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  • Gallup Central

    Wednesday - Spending Frenzy - We have approximately 15 Gallup area businesses coming to GCH.  They will be in the gym and students will be given play money to learn life skills on how they will used their money.  They will be given a job, vehicle, family, home, utility bills, and all the responsibilities of an adult.  Students can invest their money go to the casino and learn life lessons.  It will be an exciting event.   

    Thursday afternoon - Cultural Celebration

    We have a variety of artisans coming to our campus.  They will be shearing sheep, showing their wears, potty making, jewelry making, dancers, music, we even have a person painting with his feet. 

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  • First day at Del Norte

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dfihyxxxt7u3sie/AAD5z-6KyxrhkUPhfPPAi0xla?dl=0

     

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  • Heritage Events Updates

    Here are the new dates for the Navajo Language and Culture Festivals.   All will be held at 9:30am

    May 2, 2017 – High Schools @ Miyamura High School

    May 3, 2017 – Middle Schools @ Gallup High School 

    May 9, 2017 – County Elementary Schools @ Gallup High School

    May 10, 2017 – In town Elementary Schools @ Miyamura High School

     

    Purpose:  To Enrich Dine’ Language and Cultural Awareness


    GOAL #1: PROMOTE USE OF THE DINE’ LANGUAGE

    GOAL #2:  INCREASE KNOWLEDGE OF DINE’ WINTER CULTURAL TRADITIONS

     

     

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  • Central High Native Cultural Event

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  • Crownpoint Elem Mural Contest

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  • Mural Contest deadline - March 31st

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  • APTT Meeting on April 19, 2017

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School Safety Measures - Please Read

  • Visitors are encouraged to check in at the main office and get a visitor's pass when entering the building.

  • Absolutely no students will be allowed to be checked out after 2:30 pm.

  • Bus change notices for your child should be completed before 2:30 pm.

  • If you are dropping off or picking up your child; please use the main parking entrance drop off/pick up zone.

  • Parents should pick up their child(ren) in the front lobby area of the school; not in the bus parking zone.

  • Visitors who are entering the building with their child(ren) should park their vehicle in the parking lot to prevent traffic back up.

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION:

Gallup-McKinley County Schools (GMCS) recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals regardless of national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment. GMCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or age in its programs and activities. GMCS provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: 504 District Contact—Ronald Donkersloot, Director of Personnel, 505-721-1061; Title IX —Mike Hyatt, Interim Superintendent, 505-721-1180.