Alamogordo Public Schools approves COVID-19 mitigation prepare

The Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education and learning authorized a COVID-19 mitigation program at its particular assembly Sept. 2, afterwards to be submitted to the New Mexico Community Instruction Department for acceptance. “Though the board authorized this plan and I hope it to be approved by NMPED, it was […]

The Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education and learning authorized a COVID-19 mitigation program at its particular assembly Sept. 2, afterwards to be submitted to the New Mexico Community Instruction Department for acceptance.

“Though the board authorized this plan and I hope it to be approved by NMPED, it was submitted right now and we are awaiting NMPED approval,” Alamogordo General public Educational facilities Performing Superintendent Kenneth Moore said in an e mail on Sept. 3.

“We are performing everything doable to retain all colleges open, sports groups participating in, and things to do/clubs active when preserving our pupils and staff members secure in accordance with NMPED, NMDOH, and CDC recommendations.”

The Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education held a special meeting September 2, 2021 to discuss and approve a COVID-19 mitigation plan.

From left: Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education President Judy Rabon, Alamogordo Public Schools Superintendent Kenneth Moore, Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education Vice President Ryan Sherwood and Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education Secretary Carol Teweleit.

Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education Members Angela Cadwallader and Anthony Torres were not present at the meeting.

The New Mexico Public Education and learning Office issued tips as to how the university districts had been to mitigate the unfold of COVID-19 at their respective school districts but remaining it up to the school districts to decide when these COVID-19 mitigation endeavours would be implemented.

“I’m satisfied to say that the reaction to our resolution that New Mexico (Community Education and learning Section) is making it possible for us some neighborhood management more than our selection for closing or not closing a college,” Moore explained.

Valda Udley

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