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Carla Martinez

Carla Martinez, 8 days ago

Hello students,
I wanted to let you know that your teachers will be acknowledging students as "Blue Ribbon Students." What is a Blue Ribbon Student? A GSE-Blue Ribbon Student is fully engaged, participating and responsible in all learning. Basically, doing the best they can with Remote Learning. I hope you all get acknowledged soon. They will be selecting 1-2 students per week. I will notify you if you are selected. Please keep up the good work and do what is expected. You can do it. If you are having issues or need help in any way please let your teachers and the office know. We want and need you all attending and enjoying school. Have a great day! -Mrs. Martinez

Carla Martinez

Carla Martinez, 15 days ago

GSE-Good morning and Happy New Year! I hope this message finds you all safe and healthy. School will resume tomorrow, Tuesday the 5th remotely for all. Remember tomorrow starts a new semester and Quarter 3. This is time to focus and start the year off by doing your best. Attendance and participation matters more than every this year, let's start 2021 on a positive note. No Excuses let's do this! -Mrs. Martinez

Lawrence Sanchez

Lawrence Sanchez, 19 days ago

December 31, 2020 Confirmed Case of COVID-19: Belen Consolidated Schools has confirmed 2 employees and 1 student at Gil Sanchez Elementary School in Belen, NM have tested positive for COVID-19. There was no close contact exposure. All the appropriate steps as per NMPED guidance have been completed. If you feel you have any symptoms of COVID-19, please contact the Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline at 1-855-600-3453. If you have any concerns, please call the district at (505) 966-1271.

Lawrence Sanchez

Lawrence Sanchez, about 1 month ago

December 17, 2020 Confirmed Case of COVID-19: Belen Consolidated Schools has confirmed 3 employees at Gil Sanchez Elementary School in Belen, NM have tested positive for COVID-19. The areas the employees were in were deep cleaned. There was no close contact exposure. All the appropriate steps as per NMPED guidance have been completed. If you feel you have any symptoms of COVID-19, please contact the Department of Health Coronavirus Hotline at 1-855-600-3453. If you have any concerns, please call the district at (505) 966-1271.

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