Middle School - 7th & 8th Grade
Our rigorous academic program conforms to New Mexico state standards and benchmarks and is specifically tailored to suit each student's Individualized Education Program (IEP). The central focus of instruction is language and literacy development and critical thinking skills.
Middle school students may take traditional courses as well as electives as listed below:
- Social Studies
- Physical Education
- Career Readiness
- Multicultural Studies (includes Deaf Studies)
- Computer & Multimedia Skills
- American Sign Language
Young people with multiple disabilities may take advantage of a specialized curriculum designed to teach life skills in a community setting.
Every other year, the Middle School has as their central theme, "New Mexico!". This follows the New Mexico State Standards. To culminate this unit of study, the middle school group and their teachers enjoy an educational trip around New Mexico to see and experience, first-hand, what they studied all year.
Our middle school students participate in a variety of clubs, organizations, athletics and other activities that promote physical and mental health, leadership and team-building skills. For more information about Student Life, click here.
Transition planning, for students beginning at age 14 (and sometimes younger), involves helping the student plan his or her courses of study (such as advanced placement or vocational education) so that the classes the student takes will lead to his or her post-school goals.
For more information on developing comprehensive transition plans for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, click here.
Instruction K - 12 Brochure
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Principal - Middle & High School
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