For many students, going from a traditional classroom to learning from home can be a
real challenge. New Mexico’s Public Education Department has partnered with Graduation
Alliance to provide an extra layer of support for students in grades k-12 and their families
who might be struggling with these changes.
Students who choose to participate in the program will get an academic coach to work with
them to answer questions, connect them with resources, and develop a plan to get on track
and finish the school year strong.
We are currently registering Returning Students for the 2020-2021 school year.
- Current NACA parents if you do not have access to ParentVue, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get your activation code along with the steps to set up your account.
- Click on this link to set up and to access your ParentVue.
- Once you have created your ParentVue account: you will be able to see information for your student(s).
- At the top right hand corner of your screen, you will see the online registration tab. Click this and you will be able to register one or multiple students.
- Once you have completed and submitted the online registration form, you will receive an email as a confirmation within 24 hours.
We will send information in an email for the next round of forms that includes bus ridership, parent permission, parent group sign-ups and First Nations Community Health Source by the 17th of May.
***IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER, PLEASE LET OUR REGISTRAR KNOW BY CALLING 505-266-0992 EXT 1042. PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS OF WHERE YOU WOULD LIKE A PHYSICAL PACKET SENT***
Title I and NACA
Title I of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is the largest federal assistance program in our nation’s schools. ESSA ensures that all children have significant opportunities to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on rigorous academic achievement standards.
Title I Part A focuses on four components:
- Holding states, districts, and schools accountable for the results of student learning.
- Using proven research-based strategies designed to facilitate school-wide reform and improvement.
- Collaborating with parents and communities to strengthen the school’s ability to meet the needs of all students and improve the school, in addition to expanding parental options.
- Allowing states and districts greater control and flexibility in determining the most effective educational environment for their population.
Students enrolled in Title I schools are identified to receive services based on criteria set by each school’s plan. All students are eligible to participate in all aspects of the school-wide program, as appropriate.
However, the statute requires schools to address the needs of the lowest-achieving students and those at risk of low achievement and provide additional services to those students.
NACA holds two meetings per school year regarding Title I. The first one is in the Fall and one in the Spring and all families are invited to attend as we need your input!