Updates from Mosaic

Family Literacy Academy

Partner with us!

Parents play a critical role in promoting the love of literature. The PED is offering this resource to families as you read and write with your student.

Register here for the first meeting next Tuesday, September 13th: https://zoom.us/.../tJMtceippjgpG9EnKxf1dJ52ADvahcIYNJ7a

Don't forget that you should read with your child 20--30 minutes per night!

Boys and Girls Club Closed Aug. 15th-19th

Families who utilize the Boys and Girls Club will need to make other arrangements for the first week of school. The Boys and Girls Club conducts important training during this time. The first day of the after school program is Monday, August 22nd.

🤓Drop off and Pick up Details😎

➡️The gate will open at 7:30am on school days. Do not wait in the turning lane.

➡️Follow the lanes that lead to the gym building (two big garage doors) and students will be dropped off there.

➡️Students that ride buses will be dropped off at Park Avenue and Koogler (elementary/secondary) and then shuttled to Mosaic.

➡️ SCHOOL STARTS @ 7:55am Mon-Fri.

⬅️ SCHOOL DISMISSES Mon-Thurs @ 2:55pm and Friday at 1:25pm

⬅️ Bus students will be dismissed first. We will not open the gate until the bus enters @2:40pm Mon-Thur and 1:10 on Friday early release. DO NOT PARK IN THE TURNING LANE‼️ This is for the safety of everyone.

⬅️ The shuttle bus will take Boys and Girls Club students to Park Avenue Elementary and get them to the club.

⬅️ There is no park and pick up at this time. You can call and make prior arrangements if you plan to visit a teacher.

Registration

Starting 8-1-2022 registration will begin ONLINE.

Returning students that have a PowerSchool parent account can visit https://www.aztecschools.com/page/registration to start the registration process. New students to Mosaic Academy please call 505-334-6364 starting on Monday, August 1st (the system does not open until 8/1/22) so that we can determine your first step.

Traci is happy to assist in any way. Please be patient as this is a new system that we will be learning together.

Moving on August 7th details

📦So far, we are on track for moving things into classroom on Sunday, August 7th. 📦


🔑Gate will open at 7am. Please park in the staff parking or other available parking spaces. We hope to keep the middle lane open in order to transfer items from Building B (with the double door garages) to Building A (main building with classrooms).

🚛First, we will get items out Building B to Building A in the appropriate classrooms.

🏫Next, we will get items out of the storage units in the parking lots.

⏳If time allows, we will work on the furniture at the back of the main building and into classrooms.


All ability levels are welcome and NEEDED! Do you have a dolly or other handy furniture moving devices? Bring those (labelled)!

See you Saturday for a great moving party.

2223 MiniMac Mosaic school supply list.docx

MiniMacK Supply List

Includes: Lucero, Rankin, Watkins, & Brandenburg classrooms

2223 BigMAC Mosaic School Supply List.docx

BigmacK supply list

Includes: Roberts, Bode, & Davis classrooms

2223 Revesz 4_5 Mosaic school supply list.docx

Revesz Supply list

Revesz classroom only

new facility is on track for 2022-2023 School year

We hope to overcommunicate with you in regards to all the changes in procedures. If you have a question, please feel free to overcommunicate with us!

721 S. Main Ave

Mosaic is ready to move in and begin the new school year at our new facility. There will be many new routines and questions as we work through this exciting change.

Drop off and Pick Up

One of the biggest transitions will be to our drop off and pick up procedures. Please read through the document (CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE TO GET MORE DETAILS) to ensure you are ready for the start of the school year.

***UPDATE: Phones are now functioning (6/2/22)

please note the phone system is currently down

As we complete the process of our move to a new facility in the 22-23 school year, the phone system is down. Please utilize our Contact Us page in order to find the most appropriate email to support you.

We will update on this website, social media and via use of the Remind system when the transition is complete. In the meantime, get excited for our new facility!!

COVID Guidebook UPDATED TO INCLUDE New Toolkit and

Mask Mandate Lifted

UPDATED GUIDEBOOK REVISED PER February PED COVID RESPONSE TOOLKIT redline 2 10 22.docx.pdf

Did you miss our BIG ANNOUCEMENT?

Here it is...🎉

New Facility ready for our 22-23 School Year

Solar Generator Project Survey

We need many more districts and charter schools to complete this four-question Solar Generator Project Survey. By doing so, you will help the PED meet the technology needs of every New Mexico student -- no matter where they live. You are our best resource for identifying students whose homes lack the electricity needed to power learning technology, which is the main goal of this survey.

PED Updates for Families

Myth_busting_Flyer.pdf

COVID 19 Myths

Presbyterian Hospital has shared this COVID-19 myth-busting flier for distribution to districts and charter schools that may wish to use it to encourage vaccinations within their communities.

$50 credit available to eligible households to cover internet expenses

The FCC has created a fund to support families that need access to internet as well as discount for devices to connect to the internet. Please find more information about applying beginning on May 12th. Be sure to check the eligibility requirements here: https://www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit

Beginning on May 12 households can apply in three ways:

1. Contact your preferred participating broadband provider directly to learn about their application process.

2. Go to GetEmergencyBroadband.org to apply online and to find participating providers near you.

3. Call 833-511-0311 for a mail-in application, and return it along with proof of eligibility to: Emergency Broadband Support Center

P.O. Box 7081

London, KY 40742