POJOAQUE SIXTH GRADE ACADEMY (SGA)

Office: (505) 819-2300     Fax: (505) 819-2305    Office Hours: 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM    School Begins: 7:30 AM   School Dismisses: 2:50 PM

Mario

Mr. Mario Vigil, Principal

mtv@pvs.k12.nm.us

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 ENTRANCE TO SGA CAMPUS:

Entrance to our campus is off of County Road 84 (NW corner of PVMS campus).  The drop off point is directly in front of the SGA Office, near the chain link fence.  You will merge back into traffic and exit through the main gates off State Road 502.

PLEASE NOTE: ACCESS FROM NM STATE ROAD 502 IS NOT PERMITTED AFTER 7:00 AM.

At SGA, our focus is to provide everyone in our school community a safe and productive learning environment where continued academic and social growth is fostered and achieved. Our committed staff works hard at making sure your child can reach his or her full academic and social potential. Teachers have spent full weeks this summer participating in professional development opportunities and planning collaboratively to ensure successful academic outcomes. Similarly, our custodial and maintenance staff has taken great pride in making sure our school building and grounds are clean and tidy, ready to welcome our SGA community.

An important part of the work that we do involves the key relationship with our students’ families and community. We value you tremendously and we realize that you are instrumental to your child’s success. Please continue to be involved in your child’s education. If you ever have any questions or concerns, contact us at (505) 819-2300 or contact me directly at mtv@pvs.k12.nm.us. We also encourage you to visit our website at pvs.k12.nm.us for the latest news and information that will assist you throughout the school year.

Sincerely,

Mr. Vigil

BALOGO 2017
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

Pojoaque Valley School District provides a safe and enriching daycare environment and quality program for elementary, intermediate and middle school students (grades K-8).

Click here for more information.

THINK THROUGH MATH (TTM)

Click here to access this great resource!

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   CLASSROOM SCHEDULE CHANGES:

We have spent several hours placing students strategically in classrooms with his/her peers.  Give your child a chance to interact with his/her classmates and teacher.  Schedule changes don’t “just happen.”  Please refer to the student handbook.

School Information
SGA Staff Listing for 2017-2018  
Duran, JessicaCounselorjmm@pvs.k12.nm.us
Barber, RachelTeacherrab@pvs.k12.nm.us
Gonzales, AliciaTeacherafg@pvs.k12.nm.us
Gonzales, MaryTeachermlg@pvs.k12.nm.us
Lovato, LorettaSpecial Education Teacherljl@pvs.k12.nm.us
Martinez, JudyTeacherjsm@pvs.k12.nm.us
Roybal, CeciliaSecretaryccr@pvs.k12.nm.us
Sandoval, Shayne AmberInstructional Assistant - Special Educationsas@pvs.k12.nm.us
Schultz, EricTeacheress@pvs.k12.nm.us
Schweizer, KatherineTeacherkcs@pvs.k12.nm.us
Vigil, MarioPrincipalmtv@pvs.k12.nm.us

Student Council – TBA

 

Drama Club – Laura Klose

 

First Serve New Mexico -Eric Schultz

Since its founding in 2003, First Serve – New Mexico has been impacting the lives of students in grades 3 through 12 using individualized mentoring, specialized academic tutoring, a nationally implemented life skills curriculum, and rigorous tennis instruction in a team format. New Mexico After School Program is a structured, four-day-a-week, year-round program staffed by highly qualified professionals in the fields of education and tennis instruction.

During the academic year, two days a week are spent in academic tutoring and two days in strenuous tennis instruction. First Serve is staffed with a minimum of one tutor for every four to six students. Additional one-on-one tutoring is provided by math, science and English specialists.
Project GUTS — Growing Up Thinking Scientifically — Mary Gonzales
Project GUTS is a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) program for middle school (6-8 grade) students based in Santa Fe, New Mexico and serving districts nationally. Growing up thinking scientifically means learning to look at the world and ask questions, develop answers to the questions through scientific inquiry, and design solutions to their problems. sponsor: Mary Gonzales

7:30 – 9:00      ELA Blcok (90 minutes)

9:00 – 9:15      Nutrition (15 minutes)

9:17 – 10:50    Math Block (93 minutes)

10:55 – 11:25   Lunch (35 minutes)

11:30 – 12:15   Rotation 1 (45 minutes)

12:17 – 1:02     Rotation 2 (45 minutes)

1:04 – 1:49       Rotation 3 (45 minutes)

1:51 – 2:03       Recess (12 minutes)