Native American Community Academy Albuquerque
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Native American Community Academy Albuquerque

Nm charter school 2011 2012
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Students Teachers School Website Linda Corona 1900 Randolph SE, 6 - 8 78 6 laspanteras.org (Formerly Youth High) (State Charter Effective 7/1/10) Arlene Trujillo 2551 Karsten Court 9 - 12 157 8 www.atths.com High School (State Monfiletto

800-B 20th Street ship.org 9 - 12 208 10 www.aceleadership.orgInstitute of Math & (State Charter Effective 7/1/10) s-unm.org 6 - 12 302 19 www.aims-unm.org Charter)

Cetinkaya K - 9 285 21 www.abqse.org Community School (Formerly North Connie Chene 1905 Mountain Rd.High School (State Mike May 123 4th Street SW, hlhighschool.org9 - 12 292 23 www.amybiehlhighschoAlzaga 9 - 12 130 14 www.bataanmilitaryacaCareer Academic Technical Academy

Abeyta Parkway West NE, 9 - 12 140 8 cataprep.org 9 - 12 185 12 www.cesarchavezchart(Formerly Christine Duncan Community jmoncada@chriK - 8 126 11 www.christineduncan.org

K - 8 225 10 www.cienaguas.org Coral Community Charter) Opening TBA (505) Corrales Dr.Elsy

Fierro-Diaz

K - 10 205 18 Classical (State Charter) Building 3, Los assical.org 6 - 12 357 37 www.cottonwoodclassicPrep Institute #1 (State Charter Effective 7/1/09) Tom Crespin 4801 Montano NW,

2374

Ext: 1 m.org 9 - 12 175 10 www.cepinm.org Academy (Formerly Lisa Myhre 1011 Lamberton acharter.org 9 - 12 281 20 www.datacharter.org Doug Wine P.O.Box 340, untainhigh.net 9 - 12 359 29 www.eastmountainhighAcademy (Formerly Principal) 3713 Isleta Blvd., K - 12 430 35 www.elcaminorealacadCharter High School (State Charter Effective 7/1/09) (Formerly Creative Institute #2) Romero 9 - 12 175 11 www.senahigh.com

(Formerly Greta Roskom 401 Roma NW, 3rd Floor, Albuquerque, 9 - 12 311 15 7/1/08) Amie Duran 1900 Atrisco Road, K - 6 412 24 www.hawest.net La Academia de Steve Wood 1401 Old Coors Rd.nza-pride.org 6 - 12 294 23 www.orgsites.com/nm/l(State Charter Effective 7/1/10) mail.com K - 8 252 17 www.elpelc.com 1718 Yale Blvd.SE, 6 - 8 64 6 www.laresolanaacadeLos Puentes Charter Ellen Moore

4012 4th St NW,

7 - 12 197 10

(State Charter) Glenna Voigt 4401 Central Ave.NE Bldg #2, aarts.org 9 - 12 172 15 www.nmmediaarts.org Achievement and Charter) Opening TBA TBA TBA jomurphy35@ya6-7 TBA TBA TBA Rio Grande Bonnie Dodge 1650 Gabaldon charter.org

198 11 www.mrgcharter.org Community School K - 8 171 11 www.mountainmahogaNative American Kara Bobroff 1100 Cardenas 6 - 11 391 26 www.nacaschool.org

(State Charter)

Dr.Carlos NA carlospagan@nK - 5 7/1/08) (Formerly Horizon Northwest) Jerald Snider 7939 4th Street, K - 8 494 28 www.nvanm.org 1021 Isleta Blvd.9 - 12 130 9 www.nvcharter.com Public Academy for Performing Arts Doreen Winn

3000 Adams St.

6 - 12 350 36 www.paparts.org

Ralph J.Bunche Wilson 230 Truman NE, rg K - 8 105 6 www.rjba.org Robert F.

Kennedy Robert Baade

4300 Blake Road 9 - 12 270 22 www.robertfkennedych(State Charter) Herrick, TBA TBA TBA montessoridayK-7 TBA TBA TBA Erik Bose C/O Albuquerque Indian School Rd.ch.org 9 - 12 301 11 www.siatechabq.org

South Valley Academy Sandoval 3426 Blake Rd., SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105 (505) 452-3132 klsandoval@southvalleyacade9 - 12 229 20 www.southvalleyacade(State Charter)

2813 Gun Club Rd 6 - 8 124 8 , and Science Academy (State Charter) Pasztor, rpasztor@sslc-7-12 500 6 www.samsacademy.co(Formerly La Luz del sglasrud@sslc-7 - 8 112 5 www.sslc-nm.com (State Charter Effective 7/1/10) sglasrud@sslc-4 - 6 105 6 www.sslc-nm.com Southwest Secondary Learning Center (State Charter Effective 7/1/10) D.Scott Glasrud, PhD 10301 Candelaria NE,

Albuquerque, NM 87112 (505) 296-7677 sglasrud@sslc-7 - 12 283 7 www.sslc-nm.com Charter)

620 Lomas Blvd.

K - 8 46 5 www.ASLacademy.com The Albuquerque Secondary Charter Rommie 1800 Atrisco Road NW,

Albuquerque, (505) 503-2465

(505) 9 - 12 151 8 www.atdscs.org Jasper rg 9 - 12 177 3 www.thegreatacademy.The International School at Mesa del Sol (State Charter)

sjoyce@tisnm.org K - 8 178 18 www.tisnm.org Viola Martinez 5555 McLeod NE, 6 - 12 187 16 www.tlcnm.net Elementary School (State Charter Effective 7/1/10) Besante K - 8 361 14 www.tmesnm.com

The New America Garcia, Ph.D.1734 Isleta Blvd.rg 9 - 12 329 18 www.newamericaschooTierra Adentro (State Charter)

Torres es@gmail.com 6 - 12 183 17 www.tierraadentronm.org Twenty-First CenturPublic Academy Donna 3100 Menaul, Blvd.NM 87107 (505) 254-0280 5 - 8 240 18 www.21stcenturypa.org Charter Community Charter) Opening TBA (505) 764-K-2 TBA TBA TBA

Mosaic Academy

NM 87410 (505) 334-6364 K - 8 180 14 www.mosaicacademy.n
(State Charter Effective 7/1/10) Gutierrez 279,Bernalillo, NM csnm.com 6 - 8 40 4 vacsnm.net (to be

Jefferson Montessori Cindy Holguin 500 W.Church St.,

K - 12 164 11 > Boyd 9 - 12 85 14 www.mvhsnm.org DEMING

Paul Reeves 315 East First 9 - 12 138 6 www.dccchs.org ESPAOLA
Jaramillo K - 8 234 14 Tierra Montessori School of the Arts and Sciences (State Charter) Opening K-6 TBA TBA TBA McCurdy Charter Charter) Opening K-12 TBA TBA TBA FARMINGTON
TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA
Colleen Kelley 7 - 12 85 5 www.anthonychartersc
Middle College High C/O UNM-Gallup, #9, Gallup, NM 10 - 12 60 4 www.mchsgallup.com Charter) Opening ail.com K-4 TBA TBA TBA JEMEZ MOUNTAIN
Heritage Charter School

K - 8 23 2 www.lindrithmustangs.cJEMEZ VALLEY
P.O.Box 99, Jemez K - 8 101 15 sandiegoriverside.org Walatowa Charter High School (State Wilkinson Jemez Pueblo, NM 9 - 12 62 13 walatowa.org

Effective 7/1/09) Hartshorne lmadarte.org 9 - 12 172 15 www.almadarte.org Charter)

Cruces, NM 88012 gmail.com K - 7 155 8 www.jpaultayloracadem(Formerly La Gutierrez

1480 North Main,

(575) 6 - 8 120 9 www.academianm.org Las Montaas Charter School Richard Robinson

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1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSCONTACT USFor information regarding the online project, to schedule a presentation for your organization, or to become a partner please contact Sara Nelson.Telephone:

505-272-0431; information about the Bernalillo County Community Health Council please contact Leigh Mason Telephone: 505-314-0467, Email: Lmason@bernco.gov CATEGORIESin theThe Salud Manual now contains agency listings for both Bernalillo & Sandoval counties.Some services are not offered in both counties – please see agency listing for specific location.

Information Costs & Requirements Description of Services Availability of Services Categories in this Manual are: Addictions & Violence & Child Abuse

Education, Advocacy & Support Groups (Health) Elderly Care Food/Clothing/Housing/Utilities Infectious Diseases

Medical Financial Assistance Mental Health Preschool/Head Start

Prescription Medication

Primary Care (General) Primary Care for Children (birth-18 years)/Child Development

School Based Health Clinics (SBHC) Transportation Vision/Hearing/Disabilities Women’s Health, Prenatal Care & Family Planning X-Rays

3 AGENCIESCATEGORY First Nations Healthsource (; Kalpulli Izkalli (;.Mother of Mercy Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic (; Topakal Family Medical Office (;..Divine Mercy Health Clinic (;..

These agencies may also accept Medicaid.Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless (;..Cochiti Pueblo Health Clinic (Cochiti ; Community Dental Services, Inc (Alb.............

&#; First Choice (Albuquerque, Belen, Edgewood, Los ;..

First Nations Healthsource (; Gentle Dental P.C.(;.Jemez Pueblo Health Clinic (Jemez Pueblo)...............................................................Kids Choice (;..Participa!, Inc.

Dental Services (Albuquerque..............................................................

PMS Cuba Health Center (;...PMS Torreon Navajo Chapter Health Clinic (;...San Felipe Pueblo Health Clinic (San ;...Sandia Pueblo Health Clinic (; Sandoval County Health Commons’ Family Support Program (;.

Santo Domingo Pueblo Health Clinic (Santo ;..Small Smiles (;.UNM Dental Services (Albuquerque).............................................................................Zia Pueblo Health Clinic (Zia Pueblo).............................................................................

Medicaid Dental (Under Additional ; The following agencies appear under this category because they accept Medicaid but not sliding fee or other forms of payment.Albuquerque HIS Dental (;...Albuquerque Pediatric Dental (;..Bret Green, DDS (;..Cottonwood Mall Dental (;.Family Dental Health (;.Gloria Wengert, ;..Pearly Whites Dental Hygiene Clinic, Inc (Rio ; Rainbow Dental, LLC (;.

Winrock Mall Dental ( New Awakening (;.Agora Inc (;..Aliviar Counseling Services (;..Catholic Charities (;
native american community academy albuquerque
.Domestic Violence Family Counseling Program- Probation and Parole (;..Domestic Violence State Hotline ...................................................................................Enlace Comunitario (;...Haven House (Rio ;...

Legal Aid Society of Albuquerque (; National Domestic Violence ;..NM Coalition Against Domestic Violence (;..Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico (; Resources, Inc.(; SAFE House (;..Sandoval County Health Commons’ Family Support Program (;.Alamosa Health and Social Services (; Albuquerque Rescue Mission (;.Aliviar Counseling Services (;..All Faiths Receiving Home (; Breast Cancer Resource Center (; Can Survival (;...Care-Net Pregnancy Center of Rio Rancho (Rio ;.Casa Esperanza (;..Catholic Charities (;...Center for Development and Disability, Library and Information Network for the Community (;..

Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico, Inc.(;.Comadre a Comadre Program (Albuquerque)...........................................................

Community and Indian Legal Services of Northern NM (Santa Ana Pueblo)……… Community Coalition for Health Care Access (;..Department of Health (Albuquerque, Belen, Los ;.

Department of Senior Affairs – Caregiver Connections Program (Albuquerque)… Easter Seal (; Empowering our Communities in New Mexico (;..Enlace Comunitario (;...Family Services for Children (Rio ; Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc.

(; From The Heart Foundation, Resource Program (;...Ideas for Cooking and Nutrition Program (I CAN) (; Information Center for New Mexicans with Disabilities and Babynet (;..Mexican Consulate (; Mom’s Club – ;..

Mom’s Club – Rio ;.

Nacimiento Medical Foundation (;.Native American Professional Parenting Resources (; NM Coalition Against Domestic Violence (;..Outcomes Inc.(;.e Living Through Cancer (;...Planned Parenthood-Rio Rancho (Rio ;.Project Pueblo Connections (;...Rio Rancho Presbyterian Church (Rio ;..Rio Rancho Public Schools Tobacco Free Schools Program (Rio Rancho)………… Sandoval Circles (Sandoval ;.Sandoval County DWI and Substance Abuse Prevention Program (Bernalillo)…… Sandoval County Health Commons’ Family Support Program (;.Senior Well-Being Clinics (;...

St.Joseph Community Health – SET (;..UNM SBHC Roosevelt Middle School (; UNM SBHC Wilson Middle School and Native American Community Academy (;..Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico (Rio ;..YWCA Middle Rio Grande (Albuquerque)....................................................................Preschool / Head StartHead Start-Sandoval County Head Start/Early Head Start (Bernalillo, Cuba, Pena Blanca, Rio Rancho)........................................................................................................

PB&J Family Services, Inc.– ; PB&J Family Services, Inc.– Stars Early Learning Center (Rio ;..Catholic Charities (;...

City of Rio Rancho, Senior Services (Rio ;.Cornucopia Adult Day Services
Aises.ucdavis.activities2009 10.v5
American Indian Science and Engineering Society University of California, Davis Chapter 2009-2010 Academic Year

The AISES mission is to increase substantiall The American Indian Science and Engineering Society was founded in 1977 by American Indian scientists, engicollege enrollment and graduation rates of American Indians compared with all other ethnic er-representation of American Indians in the would identify and remove the barriers to academic success for Native students.

Through a variety of educational programs, AISES offers financial, academic and cultural support to American Imiddle school through graduate school.AISES provides professional development activities to enable teachers to work opriate curricula and corporations, foundations and government AISES especially helps American Indian a

AISES National Mission Statement Outreach and Recruitment

Native Youth Conference

Every year Native Empowered through Unity aparticipated in the youth conference yearly, and will continue to do so as long as our resources allow.

We host 2-4 educational sessions in which we do demonstrations and informational Our goal is to get kids to realize how fun science and engineering can beand to get them interested at a young age so they will continue on in those fields.

We also will be handing out goodie bags filled with school supplies such as: notebooks, pencils, compasses, rulers, etc.Supplies for demonstrations $400 Goodie bag supplies* $300 Youth Conference Total*Any donations of stuffers for goodie bags would alleviate some of our expenses.

Work Projects with the Westpoint Community of Miwok Indians Westpoint Community of Miwok Indians in Jackson, CA, on two separate occasions during the winter quarter.

We will help debark logs and put up pillars for the foundation of the roundhouse.

the Westpoint Community of Miwok Indians in the The minimal funding required can be covered by other sources.Sacramento Native American Health Center Coat Drive During the 2009-10 year, the UCD AISES chapter will participate in the Winter Coat Drive of the Sacramento Native American Health Center.

Activities will consist of both coat donations The minimal funding required can be covered by other sources.In order to promote the presence of American Indians on campus, we host Frybread sales every other month (approximately five times per year).

Some of our members do not know how to make Frybread, but the more experienced memberbonding experience as well as a fundraising activity.

Annual UC Davis Powwow dancing, drum music, arts & crafto the public.

The UC Davis Powwow will be entering its 3 year back after a 2 year hiatus due nce AISES has made its return, estimated 1,500 people in attendance.The minimal funding required can be covered by other sources.

Community Garden As part of keeping green and respecting thplanting a community garden this year to grow our own fruits and vegetables.

Everyone will help plant crops such as corn, tomato, lettuce, and assorted berries.

Once established, we will alternate weeks among campus Native American organizations is in charge of maintenance.The minimal funding required can be covered by other sources.

Outreach and Recruitment Budget Summary Activities Expected Costs Native Youth Conference

$700 Community of Miwok Indians $0Sacramento Native American Health Center Coat Drive $0Partnerships with Yocha-Dehe Academy $900Publicity and T-shirts $950Frybread Sales $0UC Davis Powwow $0Community Garden $0Outreach and Recruitment Total $2550We hold weekly meetings in order to bring thprojects, make announcements, and discuss past and upcoming events for AISES National, Region 2, and our own chapter.

We also collaboratively work on upcoming projects with the Native American Student Union (NASU).

Occasionally, industry representatives come to our meetings to present informational sessions and employment opportunities.members have busy schedules, we meet in the evenas a community.

Food and Drinks $50 per meeting * 30 meetings = $ 1500In order for our members to have access to AISES Nationals opportunities, they must be to be able to pay for our members to register during these hard times.

Expenses Expected Costs Registration 15 members * $25 = $375Activity Expenses Expected Costs Study Jams

$450Honors Banquet

$2150General Meetings

$1500AISES National Registration Fees

$375Retention Total $36552010 AISES Regional ConferenAISES holds a conference to bring local cultural activities put on by the host school in order to bring cultural awareness, teach retention, and share recruitment ideas.at UC Davis.

All of our members are very

year back from a 7-year inactive period, wouldnt have had a chance to meet at the Nationa At this conference, our chapter will responsible for food, drinks, and housing for the 20-40 students that attend.We will only be responsible for supporting the students for 1 day and 2 nights.We will also be responsible for booking conference rooms on campus and gathering companies that would be interested in creating opportunity for members of chapters to create attend the National Conference.

*Sponsoring companies/institutions interested in having a speaker or putting on a bjbilly@ucdavis.eduExpenses Expected Costs Food and Drink $1750Awards for Presenters/Speakers $200Housing for Speakers/Presenters 6 speakers*$100/night = $600Housing for students Provided by UCConference rooms

$1250T-shirts for Participants 60 shirts*$12/shirt = $720Programs, Agendas, Writing Supplies $150In appreciation for the contributions made by our sponsors, we will invite representatives from our Gold and Silver sponsorof our weekly meetings and to make a presentation of their choice.

We hope vide insight into campus life and career Unless anonymity is desired, we wil
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