NACA High School

A Message From Our Head Of School: Mikki Carroll

 

 

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Dear NACA Families and Community, 

 

We hope you and your families are well.  NACA has made the difficult decision to move to distance learning for the Fall 2020 semester. The decisions below were based on your feedback, our consultations with PED and Deputy Secretary Sandoval, surveys of our families from May/June, and from Tribal Consultation as organized by PED’s Indian Education Department. NACA will start this school year completely online and re-assess the state of health concerns by December to determine if we will move toward a hybrid model based on the safety of our students, staff and tribal communities. 

While none of us chose this, we are faced with balancing safety and health and our mission-driven and academic outcomes.  As you know, Indigenous communities have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 with 46.6% of cases in New Mexico.  In such, our decisions on how to re-enter school are unique compared with our APS neighbor schools but fit efforts happening at schools that serve the same communities we do.  

 

 

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