We think the students and staff of Animas schools are pretty great, and we want to share all the good news and keep you informed about the important events and happenings. So be sure to stop by here often for all the latest info.
Would your child benefit from a preschool experience? If so, please come to Animas Elementary School on Monday March 20, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. - Noon.
We will offer developmental screenings in the following areas:
- Gross and Fine Motor
Please bring your child's immunization records and a copy of his/her birth certificate. For more information about this event, please see our flyer.
We are looking for parent volunteers to help with our Animas 100th Day of School Celebration and to help us celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday.
We need volunteers on Wednesday, February 22 for our 100th day of school celebration. We are looking for parents to host six stations where students will do activities related to 100th day of school. We also need volunteers on Thursday, March 2 for Dr. Seuss's birthday celebration. We are looking for one parent to read to each class beginning at 8:30 a.m.
We would like to remind you to take a look at our recent newsletter for news and information about all of our recent exciting activities.
Please mark your calendars for our spring fling on March 15, 2017! Students will display art, music, pottery, and basketball skills. If you are interested in volunteering, please send an e-mail or call the school at (575) 548.2296.
Animas High School held a career fair for elementary and high school students on January 23. Numerous careers were represented and San Simon High School was also in attendance. It was a great day for all!
Animas Elementary School students recently took a trip to the movies in Deming as a reward for reaching or exceeding their AR goals for the fall semester. Great job, students!
Brenda Hollingsworth-Marley, a professional storyteller/singer from Albuquerque, presented A Road to Freedom and channeled Rosa Parks and Coretta Scott King. She used hats to re-create the person, as well as singing and other props. She interacted in character with students by having them help on stage, and she held a question and answer session at the end. The high school also attended the assembly at a different time with different age-appropriate content.
Panther parents and grandparents have been busy supporting our students and teachers. January and February will bring more opportunities to become involved. January 23 will be a career fair. Parents and grandparents are invited to participate. Please contact Mrs. Rudiger at (575) 548.2296 ext. 227 if you are interested. In February, Panther parents will host the 100th day celebration and help our students to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday. We hope to have at least one parent or grandparent from each grade level help lead these events.