Roadrunner Update

April 2022

A note from our Principal, Dr. Ayala

Hello Staff, Students, and Parents!


We spend a lot of time here at Mt. Taylor. How do we create a positive environment for everyone to learn, work and live?


Please watch this short video on school climate for some ideas on making a difference in other people's lives.

https://youtu.be/93Ri0aX8eO4


Sometimes all it takes is to say good morning and smile.


Have a great day!

Looking back on March...

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Upcoming Events in April...

NM-MSSA - April 4th to April 15th

Grades 3rd to 6th will take the NM-MSSA. They will be assessed in the areas of Reading, Math, and Language Usage.

Fun Run - Friday April 8th

Thank you to everyone who participated in this fund raiser!! Make sure to wear your walking shoes on the 8th!!

No School - Friday, April 15th

iMSSA - April 18th to 29th

3rd to 6th grade students will take the iMSSA. Students have taken the iMSSA twice already in the 2021-22 school year(BOY, MOY), this will be the final assessment (EOY).

Pre-K enrollment begins on April 18th for the 22-23 SY

Students must be 4 years old by September 1st to enroll.

6th Grade Track & Field - Tuesday, April 26th

This event will take place at Grants High School.

Pre-K Open House - Tuesday, May 10th from 5:30 to 6:30

Pre-k

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Kindergarten

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1st Grade


The First Grade Easter Egg Hunt will be on April 14th! We would appreciate a donation of 2 dozen plastic eggs and 1 bag of wrapped candy per first grade student. Please send these donations to your child's teacher before 4/14. We will be filling the eggs in class so please do not send them prefilled.

This month we will also be studying the Life Cycle of a Chicken and hatching eggs in an incubator in each classroom. We are so excited for this program!


If you need any other information, please let us know!

2nd Grade

Hello families,

On Thursday, April 14th we will be participating in Easter themed activities in our classrooms. We are asking parents to donate 12 plastic filled eggs. Each egg should be filled with a peanut-free, prepackaged treat or prize. Please fill the eggs before sending them to school.

Once again, our students have been working hard to gain fluency in their reading. Remember, you can help them by spending 15-20 minutes a night reading their library books. Our goal last month was to increase the amount of books read in each classroom by 20 books. Here’s how we did; Munson’s class read 150 books in February and 245 in March; Sanders’ class read 137 books in February and 149 in March; Tafoya’s class read 95 books in February and 129 in March. Great job second grade!

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

Mrs. Munson, Mrs. Sanders, & Mrs. Tafoya

3rd Grade

4th Grade

Fourth grade has been very busy closing up quarter 3. They have also taken time to increase their reading skills by going to the Library and taking AR tests.


Mrs. Maestas students who met their AR goals last quarter 3:

Dadrian Chavez, Averi Elkins, Ethan Elkins, Emalynn Garcia, Marcelino Grine, Alora Heredia, Isaac Jaramillo, Breanna Johnson, Shealeigh Johnson, Ayden Maestas, Bret Prieto, and Jayden Saltclah.



Mrs. Willcox students who met their AR goals for quarter 3:

Aaliyah Aragon

Stephen Matthews

Amos Simpkins

Tiffany Moore

Jessa Ramirez


Ms. Peralta's class is pictured working on a Group Project for math where they were focusing on Division skills.

5th Grade

6th Grade

As we near closer to the end of the year we will be getting ready for the 6th Grade Track & Field, End of Year Awards, BBQ, and 6th Grade Graduation. Please stay tuned as information and permission slips will be coming out.


*Reminder:6th Grade students need high lighters and headphones in class everyday.

Students can practice Math Fact Fluency at home with REFLEX by clicking the link below!