2013-2014 Important Dates- School calendar of holidays, faculty service days, and special events. For the day/month/year calendar visit the school calendar!
Lunch Calendar: Coming Soon!
Bosque School follows APS on school closings and delays. Please watch the front page of the website and local news stations for updates. Students must bring a sack lunch on 2-hour delay days. Lunch service is not provided on these days.
Upper School Tardy/Absentee Policy
Please review the attached tardy policy for upper school students.
Providing a healthy and enjoyable lunch option for students, faculty and staff is a priority at Bosque. We use locally grown and organic products from area farmers. In 2013 we enjoyed our first salad bar ingredients from our own student and faculty implemented school garden. In addition to growing some of our own food, Bosque upper school students began composting the food waste. We believe this sustainable lunch program not only provides a nutritious and delicious lunch option, but also allows the students to be involved and learn about sustainable food. With this local and organic approach, we are helping to reduce the carbon footprint, engaging students in learning opportunities, providing an enhanced nutritional menu, supporting local growers, and benefiting the environment.
In addition, our lunch program depends on the support of our families. Parents are encouraged to volunteer by serving lunch. We have regular lunch volunteers who enjoy spending a couple of hours each day greeting and serving the students coming through the lunch line. We also serve our lunches on dishes and utensils donated by families. If you have plates, bowls, or utensils that you are interested in donating please contact Sarah Montoya.
Bosque School lunches can be purchased in advance through myschoolbucks.com. Once money is deposited, students can order lunch through their advisors at morning meeting. When they pick up their lunch, the money will be deducted from their account. For more information about the lunch payment system, please contact Sarah Montoya.
A complete education exists with the support and participation of our parent volunteers. It is mandatory for every volunteer to fill out the form below before you can begin helping at Bosque School.
Student Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures
The drop off and pick up protocol is outlined in this map
. Please familiarize yourself and/or your student driver with these safety procedures.
North Parking Lot Safety
There is a new entry and exit plan for the north dirt parking area. Please look over the map and review the new driving pattern for this area. There will be only one entrance from Mirandela Road to the north parking lot. If you are dropping off or picking up students please follow the lane to the right and pull up on the right side curb to wait for your child. Please do not block the left lane that will allow cars to pass through this area while someone else may still be waiting. All drivers should keep their speed down for safety. Map attached
Middle School Master Supply Lists
2013-2014 School Supply Lists
Upper School students will find out on the first few days of classes what they will need for each class.
Physical and Medical Consent Forms
The NMAA Medical History and Physical Exam form must be completed for each student regardless of student involvement in sports! Please fill out and return the forms below by July 8, 2013.
Support the Bobcats-Get your Bosque Gear!
Smith's Earn and Learn
If you are a Smith's grocery shopper, please print this Smith's form
and take it to your cashier to start earning dollars for the Bosque Booster Club. All proceeds from the Smith shopping program support Bosque student organization.
Bosque Computer Usage for Students
Bosque School technology has moved to Windows 7 and Office 2010. Please share the following information with students if they are unfamiliar with the upgraded system. The following links will provide you with an introduction to Windows 7 and Office 2010 as well as links to more in-depth training:
Bosque School offers bus service for students living in Corrales and the Northeast Heights. Bus routes are only activated if registration reaches the minimum number of students required to operate these routes. Students must sign up in advance by completing the bus contract and returning it to the Business Office.
Bus Service Annual Fee: (Non-Refundable)
One Way Only
$575.00 first child
$520.00 each additional sibling
$850.00 first child
$775 each additional sibling
Per Ride: $5.00 cash at the door of bus.
No billing. Based on space availability.
Monthly: (August - May)
One Way Only - $75/Month
Round Trip - $110/Month
Want to arrange a car pool? Log on to Parent e-Connect and go to the online directory. From there you can get a listing of all families in your zip code.
Student Parking Permit (link to pdf here) Students who will be driving a vehicle to school must turn in the parking permit form.
Aftercare Director: Ana Waneka
Bosque School provides after care services for middle school students who will be on campus after 3:30 and who are not involved in a school structured extra-curricular activity. Any student still on campus after 3:30 will be instructed to check into aftercare and applicable charges will apply. Aftercare is $6 per hour. Aftercare is open on all full school days until 6:00 pm. Click here to read the Aftercare Letter