If you are changing buses for your child you please send a note one day prior- to ensure there is space/room for additional ridership. (For example student A is riding bus 109 to address 1234 Aztec New, Mexico- signed and phone number please.) You will be notified only if ridership is an issue due to available space, otherwise we will do our best to accommodate you.
Meetings With Principals
Each day, the Principals spend several hours in classrooms; or they are helping students with lessons; collaborating with staff; and/or, supporting a wayward learner. If you would like to meet with one of the Principals you are asked to call 505-334-6831 and schedule a meeting. Have a McCoy Day!
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McCoy Elementary: Where Little Tigers Learn and Grow
1. Student Achievement
2. Staff Collaboration
3. Systems (4 Key Questions)
a. What do the students need to know?
b. How will we know they have learned it?
c. How do we respond when they don't know?
d. How do we respond when they know?
At McCoy Elementary we encourage and inspire children to be lifelong learners and thinkers who experience personal success. We will provide a safe, nurturing environment that promotes respect.
We Are McCoy
Last Day Release Times:
McCoy will release students on May 27th at 11:10AM.
Winter Coats Pickup:
Parents you might find your child's lost coat on the fence by the bus lane. We have several items that students have left in lost and found over winter ready for you to pick up.
Farmington Library Summer Project:
Register students for summer reading at the Farmington Library on line at http://www.infoway.org/Kids/ and click on the logo "Sign Me Up". Contact Flo Trujillo, Youth Services Coordinator for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 505.599.1261, 505.320.0615.
FORMS AND FILES
Volunteering @ McCoy
Classroom instructional volunteers are welcome, but asked to leave non-school age children at home with a child care provider. We also note that children of school age should be at their school or classroom and not "volunteering" with their parents. For special events and pickle and popcorn days children who accompany their parents to school must remain quiet and within their parents view at all times.