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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1,2010 Central Students of the Week Central Elementary School Students of the Week for September 20-24, 2010 were Sarahi Hernandez, Jose Saiz, Angelo Morenoand Valerie Flares. Courtesy photo DTMSDogies of the Week couesy photo Dugan-Tarango Middle School Dogies of the Week for September 20-24, 2010 wereYadalis Martinez, Jonathan Cruz and Zenaida Gonzales. Pictured with the students is Leo Garcia, Principal of DTMS. Lordsburg Schools Breakfast, Lunch Menu small step no.( FETCH THIS PAPER YOURSELF Monday October 4 'h No School Tuesday October 5 Breakfast Nutri Grain Bar String Cheese Asst Juice Asst Milk Lunch Beef Gravy over mashed potatoes Green beans School roll Mandarin oranges Asst lowfat milk WNMU sets enrollment00c0rd:,:00:00. for second consecutive year By ABE VILLARREAL/WN&IU Enrollment at Western New Mexico University has increased to a record high during the fall 2010 semester. A 1.12 percent increase in student headcount represents another enrollment record for WNMU, which now has the highest student population since its inception in 1893. More than 3,300 students are enrolled at the main campus in Silver City and at the four learning centers in Deming, Lordsburg, Truth or Consequences and Gallup. Enrollment numbers also include students who are taking online courses. "The enrollment reflects a continuing increase in the number of students taking online and dual-enrollment, courses," said Dr. Chris Farren, Vice President for Student Affairs. More than 600 students were enrolled at WNMU while in high school through the dual enrollment program, during the 2009-2010 academic year. Credit hours for students taking online courses increased by 6 percent. "Our goal is to provide access to time and place-bound students," said Donna Rees, Dean of the Extended University. "The increase in credit hours shows that we are accomplishing our goal." 'WNMU offers five online degrees including a Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. [ A,T, DISPOSAL, INC, For your Residential & Commercial needs Wednesday October 6 th Breakfast French toast Sausage patty Asst juice Asst milk Lunch Spaghetti w/meat sauce Garden salad w/dressing Breadstick PO Box 2222 Deming NM 88031 Phone: 575-542-8708 to., yoo ril Alyssia is the daughter of Thomas Guerra Attorney At Law (575) 546-3298 (575) 546-5938 tguerral@qwestoffice.net 117 East Spruce Street Deming, New Mexico 88030 State initiates new high school exit exam in Spring of 2011 Information courtesy NM PED/ Santa Fe Beginning in the spring of 2011, the grade 11 New Mexico Standards Based Assessment (SBA/High School Graduation Assessment) Will be adminis- tered as New Mexico's high school exit exam, announced New Mexico Secretary of Edu- cation Designate, Dr. Susanna M. Murphy The SBA/HSGA will re- place the New Mexico High School Competency Exam (NMHSCE) that has been in use since 1986. The SBA is the test currently being used by the New Mexico Public Education De- partment to assess Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). The new exit exam was get by state Statute 22-13-1.1(L), NMSA 1978. This year's 11 *h graders will take the SBA in reading, writ- ing, mathematics, science, and social studies. The SBA/HSGA is the state's'first high school exit exam to be aligned with New Mexico Content Standards in grades 9 through 12. Students will have three opportunities to pass the SBA/HSGA in high school,, once in tlae spring of their junior year, and in the fall and winter of their senior year. Students leaving high school without a diploma will be al- lowed to retake the SBA/HSGA for five years after leaving. Four versions of the SBA/ HSGA will be available. Stu- dents may take the test in En- glish and Spanish versions, or Braille and Large Print. Ac- commodations will also be pro- vided for students with disabili- ties and English Language Learners. Students who do not pass the SBA/HSGA will be able to use a portfolio of standards based indicators as an Alternate Dem- onstration of Competency (ADC). To ensure the ADC meets the rigor of the- SBA/ HSGA, guidelines are currently being developed by a state team led by Dr. Stanley Rabinowitz, a nationally recognized expert in assessment, and representa- tives from New Mexico's pub- lic schools; institutions of higher education, career and technical education, and the PED. The guidance documents will be ready for the districts by Octo- ber 1, 2010.. Throughout the 2010-11 school year, there will be a rollout of further informa- tion that will include sample portfolios with scoring guides. The old high school exit' exam, the NMHSCE, was last administered to grade 10 stu- dents in spring 2009. Any stu- dent who did not pass the NMHSCE will be retested with that test. Students who leave high school without a diploma will be able to retake the NMHSCE for five years after leaving high school. The new SBA/HSGA met approval from the U.S. Department of Educa- tion for use as the State's assess- ment for measuring the adequate yearly progress (AYP) of schools and districts. It will serve a dual role.as a gradua- tion assessment and accountabil- ity assessment. A different set of passing scores from those used for AYP will be established to determine eligibility for a diploma. Statewide taskforces will be convened this fall and next spring to define performance levels and passing scores that represent the rigor that is fun- damental for readiness for col- lege and the workforce. The taskforces will be comprised of representatives from New Mexico's public schools, insti- tutions of higher education, ca- reer and technical education, and the PED. Taskforce mernbers will consider data on the rela- tionship between student scores on the NMHSCE and the SBA and the probability of enroll- ment in remedial coursework in English and Mathematics in col- lege. More information about the exam will be available after Oc- tober 1, 2010 on the Public Edu- cation Department's High School Redesign web page: http://www.ped.state.nm.us/ HighSchoolRedesign/ Senior testing held atLHS On September 23 'd, Lordsburg High School seniors took part in a new requirement for the New Mexico Standard Based Assessment. The newly added writing section will be the future part of the English portion of the test. "The testing will find the av- erage scores of the seniors to cre- ate a baseline score for gradua- tion requirements ", said LHS counselor Bobble Stewart. "Our job was to test the test". Each student is given a prompt and asked to take a posi- tion on the issue. Students were expected to stay in the testing site until everyone has finished; there was no designated time. Several different prompts were given to assess student responses and aide in the selection of next year's prompt. Testing like this is designed to help seniors better their skills, no matter where their destination may be. Class of 2011 seniors across the state have made their mark in history, setting the bar for New Mexico Standard Based Assessments to come. Pineapple tidbits Asst lowfat milk , Thursday October 7 th Breakfast Chorizo burrito Asst juice Asst milk Lunch Chicken tenders French fries California blend School roll Tropical fruit Asst lowfat milk Friday October 8 th Breakfast Sausage on a stick Asst juice Asst lowfat mik Lunch Nacho supreme Pinto beans Tossed salad Brownie Asst lowfat milk I RVT Students of the Week R.V. Traylor Elementary Students of the Week for the week of September 27, 2010 are (back) Alisha Widby, Rainy Gonzales, Caitlin Brennan, Grace Vera, Manuelito Turner, (front) Neyely Gomez, Amy Arambula, Chris Gomez and damie Flores. Courtesy photo ELBROCK WATER SYSTEMS, LLC General Contractors *Pump & Windmill repair & installation *Septic Systems serviced & installed *Metal Building construction *Roofing & Concrete work West Highway 9 Edward Elbrock PO Box 50 575-548-2429 Animas, NM 88020 Cell 575-538-1812 We now accept Mastercard & Visa SEPTIC TANK SERVICES Septic Tank Installation [] Septic Tank Pumping & Inspections [] Portable Toilet Rentals & Service [] Septic Tank Treatment Products Elbr0ek Water Systems, LLC BONDED & INSURED 575-548-2429 NM LIC. #81570-MS03 57S-557-2291 Az LIC. #194466-K-80 ELBROCK DRILLING, LLC Wecn0 P.O. Box 67 MasfercoPrd & Anirnas, New Mexico 88020 (575) 548-2429 NAM Z Lii:;i:: :WD860766 W ' AZ Roe Category # C-53 Shredded B SALE Includes Shredded Beef, Potato Salad, Beans, Roll & Dessert Monday, Oct. 4 call 542-9654 or 11 AM to 5 PM 542-9441 to 221 East 'A' Street pre-order Pr Sarah 0000oualit:y BODY & PAINT Insurance Claims Expert Color Match Fiberglass Repair Buffing Detailing All Makes, All Models (including motorcycles) Carpet #€ Commercial € Tile R Residential LR:Oofing "$€ Block Work • FREE Estimates Lou Montenegro Wabash Street (across from McDonald's) Lordsburg NM 88045 Call 575-741-0791 I I Stucco. € Cement Work ¢Fences ICo,stt.ttio. t00uit00ets of 00¢metita I " "Let us build your home." I Jose Retana Office 575-542-3529 1320 w. Railway Ave • Cell 575-574-2257 ILordsburg, NM 88045 License #93832 4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1,2010 Central Students of the Week Central Elementary School Students of the Week for September 20-24, 2010 were Sarahi Hernandez, Jose Saiz, Angelo Morenoand Valerie Flares. Courtesy photo DTMSDogies of the Week couesy photo Dugan-Tarango Middle School Dogies of the Week for September 20-24, 2010 wereYadalis Martinez, Jonathan Cruz and Zenaida Gonzales. Pictured with the students is Leo Garcia, Principal of DTMS. Lordsburg Schools Breakfast, Lunch Menu small step no.( FETCH THIS PAPER YOURSELF Monday October 4 'h No School Tuesday October 5 Breakfast Nutri Grain Bar String Cheese Asst Juice Asst Milk Lunch Beef Gravy over mashed potatoes Green beans School roll Mandarin oranges Asst lowfat milk WNMU sets enrollment00c0rd:,:00:00. for second consecutive year By ABE VILLARREAL/WN&IU Enrollment at Western New Mexico University has increased to a record high during the fall 2010 semester. A 1.12 percent increase in student headcount represents another enrollment record for WNMU, which now has the highest student population since its inception in 1893. More than 3,300 students are enrolled at the main campus in Silver City and at the four learning centers in Deming, Lordsburg, Truth or Consequences and Gallup. Enrollment numbers also include students who are taking online courses. "The enrollment reflects a continuing increase in the number of students taking online and dual-enrollment, courses," said Dr. Chris Farren, Vice President for Student Affairs. More than 600 students were enrolled at WNMU while in high school through the dual enrollment program, during the 2009-2010 academic year. Credit hours for students taking online courses increased by 6 percent. "Our goal is to provide access to time and place-bound students," said Donna Rees, Dean of the Extended University. "The increase in credit hours shows that we are accomplishing our goal." 'WNMU offers five online degrees including a Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. [ A,T, DISPOSAL, INC, For your Residential & Commercial needs Wednesday October 6 th Breakfast French toast Sausage patty Asst juice Asst milk Lunch Spaghetti w/meat sauce Garden salad w/dressing Breadstick PO Box 2222 Deming NM 88031 Phone: 575-542-8708 to., yoo ril Alyssia is the daughter of Thomas Guerra Attorney At Law (575) 546-3298 (575) 546-5938 tguerral@qwestoffice.net 117 East Spruce Street Deming, New Mexico 88030 State initiates new high school exit exam in Spring of 2011 Information courtesy NM PED/ Santa Fe Beginning in the spring of 2011, the grade 11 New Mexico Standards Based Assessment (SBA/High School Graduation Assessment) Will be adminis- tered as New Mexico's high school exit exam, announced New Mexico Secretary of Edu- cation Designate, Dr. Susanna M. Murphy The SBA/HSGA will re- place the New Mexico High School Competency Exam (NMHSCE) that has been in use since 1986. The SBA is the test currently being used by the New Mexico Public Education De- partment to assess Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). The new exit exam was get by state Statute 22-13-1.1(L), NMSA 1978. This year's 11 *h graders will take the SBA in reading, writ- ing, mathematics, science, and social studies. The SBA/HSGA is the state's'first high school exit exam to be aligned with New Mexico Content Standards in grades 9 through 12. Students will have three opportunities to pass the SBA/HSGA in high school,, once in tlae spring of their junior year, and in the fall and winter of their senior year. Students leaving high school without a diploma will be al- lowed to retake the SBA/HSGA for five years after leaving. Four versions of the SBA/ HSGA will be available. Stu- dents may take the test in En- glish and Spanish versions, or Braille and Large Print. Ac- commodations will also be pro- vided for students with disabili- ties and English Language Learners. Students who do not pass the SBA/HSGA will be able to use a portfolio of standards based indicators as an Alternate Dem- onstration of Competency (ADC). To ensure the ADC meets the rigor of the- SBA/ HSGA, guidelines are currently being developed by a state team led by Dr. Stanley Rabinowitz, a nationally recognized expert in assessment, and representa- tives from New Mexico's pub- lic schools; institutions of higher education, career and technical education, and the PED. The guidance documents will be ready for the districts by Octo- ber 1, 2010.. Throughout the 2010-11 school year, there will be a rollout of further informa- tion that will include sample portfolios with scoring guides. The old high school exit' exam, the NMHSCE, was last administered to grade 10 stu- dents in spring 2009. Any stu- dent who did not pass the NMHSCE will be retested with that test. Students who leave high school without a diploma will be able to retake the NMHSCE for five years after leaving high school. The new SBA/HSGA met approval from the U.S. Department of Educa- tion for use as the State's assess- ment for measuring the adequate yearly progress (AYP) of schools and districts. It will serve a dual role.as a gradua- tion assessment and accountabil- ity assessment. A different set of passing scores from those used for AYP will be established to determine eligibility for a diploma. Statewide taskforces will be convened this fall and next spring to define performance levels and passing scores that represent the rigor that is fun- damental for readiness for col- lege and the workforce. The taskforces will be comprised of representatives from New Mexico's public schools, insti- tutions of higher education, ca- reer and technical education, and the PED. Taskforce mernbers will consider data on the rela- tionship between student scores on the NMHSCE and the SBA and the probability of enroll- ment in remedial coursework in English and Mathematics in col- lege. More information about the exam will be available after Oc- tober 1, 2010 on the Public Edu- cation Department's High School Redesign web page: http://www.ped.state.nm.us/ HighSchoolRedesign/ Senior testing held atLHS On September 23 'd, Lordsburg High School seniors took part in a new requirement for the New Mexico Standard Based Assessment. The newly added writing section will be the future part of the English portion of the test. "The testing will find the av- erage scores of the seniors to cre- ate a baseline score for gradua- tion requirements ", said LHS counselor Bobble Stewart. "Our job was to test the test". Each student is given a prompt and asked to take a posi- tion on the issue. Students were expected to stay in the testing site until everyone has finished; there was no designated time. Several different prompts were given to assess student responses and aide in the selection of next year's prompt. Testing like this is designed to help seniors better their skills, no matter where their destination may be. Class of 2011 seniors across the state have made their mark in history, setting the bar for New Mexico Standard Based Assessments to come. Pineapple tidbits Asst lowfat milk , Thursday October 7 th Breakfast Chorizo burrito Asst juice Asst milk Lunch Chicken tenders French fries California blend School roll Tropical fruit Asst lowfat milk Friday October 8 th Breakfast Sausage on a stick Asst juice Asst lowfat mik Lunch Nacho supreme Pinto beans Tossed salad Brownie Asst lowfat milk I RVT Students of the Week R.V. Traylor Elementary Students of the Week for the week of September 27, 2010 are (back) Alisha Widby, Rainy Gonzales, Caitlin Brennan, Grace Vera, Manuelito Turner, (front) Neyely Gomez, Amy Arambula, Chris Gomez and damie Flores. Courtesy photo ELBROCK WATER SYSTEMS, LLC General Contractors *Pump & Windmill repair & installation *Septic Systems serviced & installed *Metal Building construction *Roofing & Concrete work West Highway 9 Edward Elbrock PO Box 50 575-548-2429 Animas, NM 88020 Cell 575-538-1812 We now accept Mastercard & Visa SEPTIC TANK SERVICES Septic Tank Installation [] Septic Tank Pumping & Inspections [] Portable Toilet Rentals & Service [] Septic Tank Treatment Products Elbr0ek Water Systems, LLC BONDED & INSURED 575-548-2429 NM LIC. #81570-MS03 57S-557-2291 Az LIC. #194466-K-80 ELBROCK DRILLING, LLC Wecn0 P.O. Box 67 MasfercoPrd & Anirnas, New Mexico 88020 (575) 548-2429 NAM Z Lii:;i:: :WD860766 W ' AZ Roe Category # C-53 Shredded B SALE Includes Shredded Beef, Potato Salad, Beans, Roll & Dessert Monday, Oct. 4 call 542-9654 or 11 AM to 5 PM 542-9441 to 221 East 'A' Street pre-order Pr Sarah 0000oualit:y BODY & PAINT Insurance Claims Expert Color Match Fiberglass Repair Buffing Detailing All Makes, All Models (including motorcycles) Carpet #€ Commercial € Tile R Residential LR:Oofing "$€ Block Work • FREE Estimates Lou Montenegro Wabash Street (across from McDonald's) Lordsburg NM 88045 Call 575-741-0791 I I Stucco. € Cement Work ¢Fences ICo,stt.ttio. t00uit00ets of 00¢metita I " "Let us build your home." I Jose Retana Office 575-542-3529 1320 w. Railway Ave • Cell 575-574-2257 ILordsburg, NM 88045 License #93832 4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2010 State initiates new high school exit exam in Spring of 2011 Information courtesy NM PED/ led by Dr. Stanley Rabinowitz. ex will be available after Pc- Santa Fe Beginning in the spring of 2011. the grade l I New Mexico Standards Based Assessment (SBA/High School Graduation Assessment) will he adminis- tered as New Mexico's high school exit exam. announced New Mexico Secretary of Edu- cation Designate, Dr. Susanna M. Murphyl The SBA/HSGA will re- place the New Mexico High School Competency Exam (NMHSCE) that has been in use since 1986. The SBA is the test cuEently being used by the New Mexico Public Education De partment to assess Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). The Ce'ntral Students of the Week ..... i ........... t by state Statute 22-13-1.1(L), NMSA Central Elementary School Students of the Week for September 20-gg, 2010 were Sarahl Hernandez, 1978. Jose Saiz, Angelo MorenoandValerie Flares. Courtesyphoto This year's IF h graders will take the SBA in reading, writ- ing, mathematics, science, and social studies The SBA/HSGA is the state's'first high school exit exam to be aligned with New Mexico Content Standards in grades 9 through 12. Students will have three opportunities to pass the SBA/HSGA in high school, once in the spring of their junior year, and in the fall and winter of their senior year. Students leaving high school without a diploma will be aI- lowed to retake the SBA/HSGA for five years after leaving Four versions of the SBA/ HSGA will be available. Stu dents may take the test in En glish and Spanish versions, or Braille and Large Print. 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The new SBA/HSGA met approval from the U.S. Department of Educa- tion for use as the State's assess meat for measwing the adequate yearly progress (AYP) of schools and districts. It will serve a dual role as a gradua- tion assessment and accountabib ity assessment. A different set of passing scores from those used for AYP will be established to determine eligibility for a diploma. Statewide taskforces will be convened this fall and next spring to define performance levels and passing scores that represent the rigor that is fun- damental for readiness for col lege and the workforce. The taskforces will be comprised of representatives from New Mexico's public schools, insti- tutions of higher education, ca- reer and technical education, and the PED. Taskforce members will consider data on the rela- tionship between student scores on the NMHSCE and the SBA and the probability of enroll- ment in remedial coursework in English and Mathematics in col- lege. 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