🔬💡 Exciting Announcement from Socorro High School Drama Club! 💡🔬 Get ready for an electrifying and thought-provoking experience as Socorro High School proudly presents the gripping play, "Radium Girls"! 🎭✨ Bring your friends, family, and colleagues for an evening filled with emotion, reflection, and outstanding performances.
We would like to wish a very happy Bus Driver Appreciation day to our transporatation department. Thank you to all of our drivers and monitors for getting our kids to school and home safely! #educatenurtureinspire
🏆🔬 Socorro High School emerges victorious at the Regional Science Olympiad Competition! 🎉🌟 CVCS clinches the 1st spot in the Middle School Division, with Sarracino securing a brilliant 2nd place. A huge shoutout to all Socorro students for their outstanding achievements! 🙌👏 Way to go!
The School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 22nd has been moved to Monday, January 29th. The meeting will begin at 5:30.
Thank you to the fire stations in Lemitar, Socorro, and San Antonio for bringing Santa and the Grinch to our elementary schools. The kids all had individual pictures with the duo, as well as class pictures with them. Thank you Charles Frazier and Jesse Bowser for the time they spent with each and every student. And thank you to Nora Snyder for referring Santa to Socorro Schools. It was truly a magical day!
Our board president and superintendent were interviewed by KOB about the Public Education Department trying to eliminate our 4-day week. Please click on the link below to visit the site where you can leave your comments. PED has ignored the will of thousands of students, educators, and parents by deciding they know better than our local communities what is best for our students. Rule.email@example.com is the address to request access then you will be able to leave a comment.
Get your Christmas shopping done at the San Antonio Craft Fair and BBQ!
Socorro School Board will have a round table discussion about future capital outlay priorities Tuesday, November 27th at 5:30. It will be held in the school board room at 700 Franklin St.
Mark your calendar! San Antonio Elementary is having a Craft Fair and BBQ December on 8-9th.
Our first quarterly report for 2023 - 2024 is available here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q5epaKb8zmwBNggMcurhophN4Goho6kf/view?usp=drive_link
The delayed SHS Bus Routes are beginning now. They are combining routes, so the schedule may vary from the regular schedule. Please keep an eye out for your bus and if you don't see it by 10:10am call 575-418-5386.
San Antonio Elementary School is excited to announce our upcoming Craft Fair and BBQ, and we need your help to make it a spectacular success!
The Lady Warrior Volleyball team showcased their prowess on Senior Night, securing a triumphant 3-0 victory against the Hatch Bears. The evening was not only a display of athletic skill but also a heartfelt celebration of the seniors, as they expressed gratitude towards their coaches and event staff. A special acknowledgment goes to Moises for adding an extra layer of significance to the night.
Dear Parents, As you may or may not be aware, our school district and community has recently experienced the death of a former student which has deeply affected us all. The family has requested privacy as they mourn their loss. We have implemented our district’s Crisis Intervention Team in an effort to provide support and counseling services to all of those students impacted. The most important thing we can do at this time is to listen, be supportive, and encourage an open expression of feelings. Counselors are available in the school setting to assist students as they express their feelings related to this tragedy. Mental health support is available in the evenings and weekends. We have included a reference sheet to help you recognize possible reactions you may observe in your child. If you feel your child is in need of special assistance or is having a great deal of difficulty coping with this loss please do not hesitate to call the numbers listed below. While it is important to deal with grief, loss, anger and fear reactions, we believe it is essential to resume as normal a routine as possible regarding school activities. Please observe your child closely over the next several days and weeks to watch for signs of distress, which may indicate a need for additional support and guidance. Please feel free to call if you have any concerns or questions regarding your child, or the steps being taken by the district to address this loss. SCSD Mental Health Team Dawn Shores LCSW 575-835-0283 (SMS) Michelle Nelson LCSW 505-307-3574 (SHS) available also on weekends and after hours Holly Hemminger LCSW 575-418-3233 (Parkview) Camelia Herrera-School Counselor 575-322-2702 Mary Smith, School Psychologist 360-718-1820 available also on weekends and after hours Pete Candelaria, MSW (Midway) Project Aware Numbers (Community Partner with SCSD) Jackie Muncy 575-838-2544 National Crisis Hotline 988 Peer to Peer Hotline 1-855-466-7100 NM State Hotline 1-855-622-7474
SHS's Community School is hosting a fall festival!
The Cross Country team hosted the Socorro Stampede last Friday. There were 12 teams with a total of 216 runners. Seven SHS runners placed in the top 10, and 5 runners topped their personal best times. The team will compete in Los Lunas and Alamogordo before returning to Socorro for the District meet on November 3 at 3pm.
Hello SCS! With the election quickly approaching on November 7, 2023, we wanted to share some information regarding the SB9 tax levy question that will be on the ballot. Approval of this question would not generate a new tax levy, it would be a continuation of an existing levy. The funds generated from this levy are used for facility maintenance and repairs across the district. Please get out and vote!
Thank you to all the participants!!!
New Athletic/Activity Procedures