The following is a list of schools, AYP status and designation

Aztec Municipal School District

  • Aztec High School: AYP not met; school improvement I

  • Vista Nueva High School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Koogler Middle School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • Lydia Rippey Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • McCoy Avenue Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Park Avenue Elementary School: AYP not met, school improvement I

    Bloomfield School District

  • Bloomfield High School: AYP not met, school improvement II

  • Charlie Y. Brown Alternative High School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Mesa Alta Junior High School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • Blanco Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Bloomfield Family Learning Center: AYP not met, school improvement I delay

  • Central Primary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Naaba Ani Elementary School: AYP not met, corrective action

    Central Consolidated School District

  • Career Prep Alternative High School: meets AYP, school improvement II delay

  • Kirtland Central High School: AYP not met, school improvement II

  • Newcomb High School: AYP not met, restructuring I delay

  • Shiprock High School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • Kirtland Middle School: AYP not met, school improvement II

  • Newcomb Middle School: AYP not met, restructuring II

  • Tsé Bit Aî Middle School: AYP not met, restructuring II

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    Stokely Elementary School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • Grace B. Wilson Elementary School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • Kirtland Elementary School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • Kirtland Early Childhood Center: meets AYP, no designation

  • Mesa Elementary School: AYP not met, restructuring II delay

  • Naschitti Elementary School: AYP not met, restructuring II

  • Nataani Nez Elementary School: AYP not met, restructuring 1 delay

  • Newcomb Elementary School: AYP not met, corrective action

  • Nizhoni Elementary School: meets AYP, restructuring I delay

  • Ojo Amarillo Elementary School: AYP not met, no designation

  • Ruth N. Bond Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

    Farmington Municipal Schools

  • Animas Elementary School: AYP not met, no designation

  • Apache Elementary School: meets AYP, restructuring I delay

  • Bluffview Elementary School: AYP not met, no designation

  • Country Club Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Esperanza Elementary School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • Farmington High School: AYP not met, school improvement II

  • Heights Middle School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Hermosa Middle School: AYP not met, school improvement II

  • Ladera del Norte: meets AYP, no designation

  • McCormick Elementary School: AYP not met, school improvement I

  • McKinley Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Mesa Verde Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Mesa View Middle School: AYP not met, school improvement II

  • Northeast Elementary School: meets AYP, no designation

  • Piedra Vista High School: AYP not met, school improvement II

  • Rocinante High School: AYP not met, corrective action

  • Tibbetts Middle School: AYP not met, school improvement II

    AYP designation key:

  • No designation: Indicates a school met AYP after improvements were made two years in a row in the same subject area.

  • School improvement I: The school did not make AYP for two consecutive years in the same subject area. If a school is in this designation, officials must notify parents of the designation and provide explanations as well as develop and revise a school improvement plan.

  • School improvement II: Indicates a school did not meet AYP for three years in a row in the same subject area. A school in improvement II must notify parents of the designation and provide options for students to transfer to another "high performing public school." School officials must also implement an Educational Plan for Student Success.

  • Corrective action: Designated after not making AYP four years in a rows in the same subject area. A school in this designation must notify parents and provide reasons as well as provide avenues for parents to become involved. Officials also must provide parents with options to transfer their children as well as provide information to those who are eligibile to obtain supplemental educational services through Title I. Officals also must implement an Educational Plan for Success as well as take one or more of the following measures: institute a new curriculum grounded in scientifically-based research; replace staff member who did not support the AYP process; extend the length of school year or day; restructure the internal organization of the school; or appoint one or more outside experts to advise the school.

  • Restructuring I: School did not make AYP five consecutive years in the same subject area. If a school is in restructuring I, officials must invite parents and teachers to comment or take part in the restructuring of the school and provide parents and teachers with notice of decision. Officials must also provide information to parents to become involved as well as options to transfer. School officials must develop an "alternative government contigency" plan that will replace all or most of the staff as allowed by law, turn over management to the public school to the department and implement any major restructuring of the school's governance.

  • Restructuring II: Designation made after a school does not meet AYP for six consequtive years in the same subject area. School officials must continue to notify parents of the option to transfer students to a school that is not identified for improvement, corrective action or restructuring as well as notify them of supplemental educational services for those that are eligible. Officals must also implement the "alternative governance plan" from the restructuring I stage.

  • Schools will enter the designation cycle after failing to meet AYP two years in a row. Schools will fall under the "delay" provision after meeting AYP the year following a designation.

    — Information provided by the Public Education Department Website at www.ped.state.nm.us