May 19, 2022: Farmington High’s seniors held their awards ceremony today, handing out several awards in academics, athletics, and military affiliation. The graduates then joined the rest of the student body for one last assembly to present end-of-year recognitions to students in clubs, associations, and athletics. After, the Class of 2022 walked the halls of the school one last time. Congratulations to the FHS Class of 2022!
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FHS Class of 2022
FHS Class of 2022
FHS Class of 2022
FHS Class of 2022
ICYMI: May 16’s Pops Concert was great, great fun! It started with a heartfelt tribute to the Ukrainian people, including their national anthem and a song called “Ykpaïha,” a beautiful, original piece by local musician Sheldon Pickering with the Tibbets and Farmington High School orchestras. There was hazy rendition of Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy,” a lovely one of Billy Joel’s “And So It Goes,” along with the “Chicken Dance” with audience participation. The full concert will be available on https://www.youtube.com/c/FarmingtonOrchestra in the next few weeks, but if you go there now, you can see last night’s end of year presentation and the senior tribute, documenting the life of these student musicians through rehearsals, recitals, Hummingbird Music Camp, and parts of their journey through our classrooms at FMS. Special kudos to Monica Taulbee-Leaming, FHS & TMS Orchestra Director, for her outstanding work.
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May 16’s Pops Concert
May 16’s Pops Concert
May 16’s Pops Concert
May 16’s Pops Concert
May 17, 2022: If we can do it, you can too: Grads did the Senior Walk-Through at Ladera del Norte Elementary today. It was another opportunity for seniors to celebrate and inspire younger students to follow in their footsteps. Congratulations, Class of 2022!
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Senior Walk-Through at Ladera del Norte Elementary
Senior Walk-Through at Ladera del Norte Elementary
Senior Walk-Through at Ladera del Norte Elementary
Senior Walk-Through at Ladera del Norte Elementary
May 17, 2022: This morning, Mesa Verde Elementary uncovered a time capsule filled with drawings, pictures, and messages that have been hidden since 2011. Former Wildcats graduating this week also walked the halls of the school in their caps and gowns. Congratulations, Class of 2022!
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Mesa Verde Elementary uncovered a time capsule filled
Mesa Verde Elementary uncovered a time capsule filled
Mesa Verde Elementary uncovered a time capsule filled
Mesa Verde Elementary uncovered a time capsule filled
Small, colorful sculptures on the tables and drawings, paintings, and sarcophagi adorn the walls of the halls and gym of Animas Elementary School. The artwork is part of the Animas Art Show, which welcomed more than 100 families and students, including an ice cream social celebration, last Friday, May 13. The event continued celebrating artwork from students in every grade level today. Big thank you to our families and community for supporting Animas Elementary and our students and educators. Thank you to Basin Surveying for sponsoring the Ice Cream Social. Huge kudos to Animas Elementary School Art Teacher Nicole Wayne for organizing this wonderful event. This year, Animas received 17,283 dollars from DonorsChoose, a nonprofit that allows individuals to donate directly to public school classroom projects. More than 10 thousand of those dollars bought art supplies and other materials for Ms. Wayne’s class. Amazing!
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Animas Art Show
Animas Art Show
Animas Art Show
Animas Art Show
FMS In The News: Several area athletes earn state track and field championships. By Steven Bortstein, Farmington Daily Times. Read more: https://www.daily-times.com/story/sports/2022/05/15/kirtland-central-and-farmington-high-track-teams-scored-well-finals/9785657002/
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Congratulations to Farmington High’s Kayden Gonzales winner of the Class 5A Triple Jump (47’0.25”-state record) at the Western Sky Community Care State Track and Field Championships!
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May 13, 2022: Graduates from a university and local high schools walked through the halls of McCormick Elementary School today. Seniors that participated in this walk are previous Celtics. Congratulations to the Class of 2022!
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Celtics walking the halls of McCormick ES
Celtics walking the halls of McCormick ES
Celtics walking the halls of McCormick ES
Celtics walking the halls of McCormick ES
May 13, 2022: Before you know it, these Northeast Elementary students will be back to the school and walking the hallways in their caps and gowns just like former Vikings did today! Once a Viking, always a Viking! Congratulations, Class of 2022!
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NES welcomes grads!
NES welcomes grads!
NES welcomes grads!
NES welcomes grads!
Don't forget! San Juan College High School's Commencement Exercises will be tomorrow, May 13, starting at 6:00 p.m., at San Juan College's Graduation Plaza. We’ll be celebrating with students like Josalynn Ferguson, who’s had perfect school attendance since Kindergarten (in photo during this morning’s rehearsal), Michael Liebel who is graduating with two associates, one in math and one in general science, Maria Bia, a proud Chief Manuelito Scholar, sisters Ava and Julia Thomas, and sisters Sage and Hailey Richardson. Sage is graduating with a degree in Applied Sciences of Cosmetology, and Hailey Richardson is graduating with a degree in Liberal Arts, and attending the UNM’s BA/MD Degree Program that guarantees a spot in medical school. See you there!
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SJCHS graduation rehearsal
SJCHS graduation rehearsal
SJCHS graduation rehearsal
SJCHS graduation rehearsal
FMS In The News: San Juan College commencement on May 14, area high school graduation ceremonies set. By Noel Lyn Smith, Farmington Daily Times. High school and college seniors are counting down days until they receive diplomas and degrees as graduation season starts in San Juan County. Read more: https://www.daily-times.com/story/news/education/2022/05/10/san-juan-college-commencement-may-14-high-school-graduations-set/9717410002/
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FMS In The News: State baseball and softball tournaments enter final weekend. By Steven Bortstein, Farmington Daily Times. The final week of the baseball season comes down to elimination games in the New Mexico Activities Association's state tournament, which has reached the quarterfinals. Read more: https://www.daily-times.com/story/sports/2022/05/11/state-prep-baseball-and-softball-tournaments-wrap-up-weekend/9715715002/
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FMS In The News: Farmington, Bloomfield earn district track and field titles. By Steven Bortstein, Farmington Daily Times. The Farmington High School boys track and field team is headed to this weekend's state tournament fresh off a district championship earned at Hutchison Stadium. Read more: https://www.daily-times.com/story/sports/2022/05/09/prep-track-and-field-district-titles-go-farmington-and-bloomfield/9705278002/
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From the Superintendent – During the past few years, the staff and community have grown to know the 30th Street Educational Center as an amazing one-stop-shop. San Juan College is not only a great partner in education; you are also a great neighbor. We applaud your mantra that success matters much the same way we believe in rising to excellence in every pursuit. Today’s Ceremonial Flag Raising at the 30th Street Education Center included welcoming remarks by Dr. Toni Hopper Pendergrass, San Juan College President. Special kudos to the Farmington High School JROTC for conducting the Presentation of Colors and Scott Brennan for his wonderful rendition of our National Anthem.
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Ceremonial Flag Raising at the 30th Street Education Center
Ceremonial Flag Raising at the 30th Street Education Center
Ceremonial Flag Raising at the 30th Street Education Center
Ceremonial Flag Raising at the 30th Street Education Center
Great things are always happening at FMS! This morning, students at McKinley Elementary had an enriching Career Day on May 9, 2022. Our students were visited by a beekeeper, a pharmacist, a vet technician, an author, and a private investigator. Thanks to our partners and local business for sharing their expertise with our students. #LearningAtFMS
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Career Day at McKinley ES.
Career Day at McKinley ES.
Career Day at McKinley ES.
Career Day at McKinley ES.
As we wrap up Teacher Appreciation Week here at FMS, we'd like to say thank you one more time. The vital work you do in your classrooms helps provide a better future for the City of Farmington and our communities. Enjoy these messages from our principals!
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Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
As we wrap up Teacher Appreciation Week here at FMS, we'd like to say thank you one more time. The vital work you do in your classrooms helps provide a better future for the City of Farmington and our communities. Enjoy these messages from our principals!
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Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
As we wrap up Teacher Appreciation Week here at FMS, we'd like to say thank you one more time. The vital work you do in your classrooms helps provide a better future for the City of Farmington and our communities. Enjoy these messages from our principals!
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Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
As we wrap up Teacher Appreciation Week here at FMS, we'd like to say thank you one more time. The vital work you do in your classrooms helps provide a better future for the City of Farmington and our communities. Enjoy these messages from our principals!
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Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
Thank you message
May 6, 2022: Between preparing healthy meals for our students, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, and offering service with a smile, school nutrition professionals are true heroes. Be sure to thank your school nutrition professional and show your appreciation for the incredible work! #RisingToExcellenceInEveryPursuit #WeAreFMS #SchoolLunchHeroes
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School Lunch Hero Day