Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 27, 1975 · Page 54
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Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico · Page 54

Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Sunday, April 27, 1975
Page 54
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E-10 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Sunday, April 27, 1975 !x ., ,;S tt, '!. ' ' ' " . 1 ,r " " J - ' Physical School Change on Agenda Riverview and Coronado Elementary Schools will be closed and Dolores Gonzales, the new school being build in Tingley Park, will house former Riverview and Coronado students. Aztec Elementary School is holding its final year of classes and its student population will go to Matheson Park ind Sombra del Monte. The boundary is Eubank Blvd. Students from Carnuel and Echo Canyon who have been attending Acoma w ill now attend A. Montoya. At Osuna, fifth graders living west of Wyoming will attend Comanche. must remain at Grant. (This year's ninth graders had the option of attending Sandia.) For elementary schools: John Marshall Mini School will continue at 601 Lewis SE but will operate administratively under Eugene Field Elementary School. In the future, Eugene Field will feed Jefferson and Washington; East San Jose will feed only Washington; and Lowell will feed only to Wilson. Decisions on two school closures, the moving of two "portable" schools and numerous boundary changes will occupy the Albuquerque Board of Education at 7:30 p.m. May 7 in the board room, 724 Maple SE. Meanwhile, the board will hold a work-study session at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, also in the board room, for review of Albuquerque Public Schools administration proposals and input from citizens received at three APS area public hearings and several meetings on individual schools. The schools APS proposes to close in 1977-78 are Griegos and Cortez Elementaries. Chelwood and Matheson Park Elementaries are proposed for moving, also in 1977-78. NEW PROPOSALS for implementation in 1975-76: For high schools, no additional changes are planned. For junior highs and middle "schools: McKinley students living in Choctaw Village and Coronado Village Trail-er Courts would attend Grant Junior High School. For elementary schools: Cochiti students residing in Valley Apartments (Indian School and 17th NW) and St. Anthony Apartments would attend Duranes. Minor boundary changes for elementary schools include: Cortez students residing in Montgomery Heights . Manor and El Pomas Trace I and II would transfer to Hodgin. " For Governor Bent, the Osuna boundary would be changed to Academy (no students involved). At Alamosa and Carlos Rey, the boundary would change from 98th to 94th NW (no students involved). Apache Elementary School, which has a projected enrollment of at least 1000 students for the 1975-76 school year, would have some boundary changes to help relieve overcrowded conditions there. Students who have attended Apache and live in Tranway Village Apartments would go to Acoma. Pupils living in Sandia Vista Apartments would attend Eubank Elementary School. Apache students living east of Tramway would go to Collet Park. The result of the above changes would be to lower the projected enrollment at Apache to 664 students for the 1975-76 school year. NEW PROPOSALS for implementation m 19"6 include: For high schools: Rio Grande would be converted to a full four-year high school and include ninth graders from Polk and Harrison Junior High Schools. For junior high and middle schools conversion of Polk and Harrison to middle schools with sixth graders at Los Padillas going to Polk, and sixth graders at Adobe Acres, Navajo, Barcelona and Mountain View to Harrison. Washington, Jefferson, Wilson and Van Buren would convert to middle schools. Hayes would retain the entire ninth grade. Kennedy students living east of Tramway Blvd. would attend Grant. For elementary schools: closure of Cortez; students formerly attending Cortez would go to Zuni, Bel Air, Montezuma and Zia. Griegos School closure with Griegos students attending La Luz, MacArthur and Alvarado. For 1977-78, the following high schools will convert to full four year high schools: Del Norte, Valley, Sandia, Highland and Manzano. BOUNDARY CHANGES in connection with these conversions are: Manzano to Highland High School- HayesHawthorne area, Hayes becoming a true feeder to Highland. Highland to Albuquerque High School with 200 students formerly in the Highland High School district trans- , ferred to Albuquerque High to relieve overcrowded Highland. Manzano High, Grant Junior High School portion of students attending Manzano currently would move to Sandia High School. , For junior high and middle schools, these junior high schools converting to middle schools in 1977-78: Garfield, Taft, Grant, Cleveland, McKinley, Hayes, Kennedy, Jackson and Roosevelt. At the elementary level, the legislative intent is to fully fund kindergartens by this year. To be moved are Chelwood to east of Tranway with students transported from east of Chelwood that now attend Chelwood. Boundaries for Chelwood would be Chelwood-Freeway and Indian School Road. Acoma would have students west of Chelwood. . - Matheson Park moved east of Tramway. PROPOSALS ALREADY approved for implementation this fall are: , v ; For high schools: Students who chose to complete their 11th grade work at their original school may also complete their senior year at that school. This option applies to students attending 12th grade this fall at Valley (north of Freeway), Albuquerque High, Highland, Del Norte and Manzano (Four Hills). . , Uth and 12th graders attending West Mesa (Westgate area), Rio Grande and Eldorado (Jackson area) may also continue in their original school. 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