Contact: Samantha Lippard at s.lippard
@laschools.net or call at 663 – 2222
Los Alamos Public Schools encourages community involvement in school programs. The use of volunteers strengthens the instructional programs for the students of the Los Alamos Public Schools.
Please review the policies that are contained within the Volunteer Handbook. After reading all policies and regulations, download and print the Volunteer Handbook Agreement form. This form must be turned into the school site where you wish to volunteer.
If you would like to be a volunteer, please fill out our volunteer survey form.
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Atomic City Children’s Theater 2017-2018 Season Dates to Remember
• 6/26 – 6/30: ACCT Summer Workshop
• 11/18: Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach Jr. Auditions
• 11/28: Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach Jr. Rehearsals begin
• 2/16 & 2/17: Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach Jr. Performance
• 3/1: 3rd/4th Grade Auditions (Show TBA)
• 4/27 & 4/28: 3rd/4th Grade Performance (Show TBA)
Atomic City Children’s Theater Contact Information:
Science Fair Director: Eva Abeyta email@example.com
County Science fair next year will be held on January 18-19, 2019 at the Los Alamos Middle School. A couple of points to keep in mind are:
1) Summer is a great time to start thinking about a science fair project.
2) There will be no late judging offered next year.
3) Not all students will receive a monetary prize but will be guaranteed a wonderful t-shirt and a certificate of participation.
New Mexico Junior Academy of Science
Great Resources for Science Fair Projects: The Junior Academy of Science and the NM Science Teachers Association are the sponsors the Scientific Paper Competition for students grades 6 – 12. The competitions are held in conjunction with the Regional and State Science Fairs. There are two divisions, 1) 6 – 8 is the Junior Division and 2) grades 9 – 12 is the Senior Division. Cash prizes are awarded to the winners at the Regional and State levels by the NM Academy of Science and the NM Science Teachers Association.
Regional winners will advance to the State Competition.
Why participate in the Science Fair?
It is not only fun but gives students the opportunity to apply the knowledge they have and to add to that knowledge in a project that interests them. They are able to combine knowledge from different areas to make a complete project. This is not just practice but a real application to real world problems.
Grades K – 3: Students can participate in a class project and enter in the ELEMENTARY CLASS DIVISION
Grades 9 – 12: Students can enter individual projects and compete in the SENIOR DIVISION
Coordinators for each school site:
Heather Coy: Aspen – firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Gilbert: Aspen – email@example.com
Audrey Juliani: Barranca – firstname.lastname@example.org
Monica Koski: Barranca – email@example.com
Samantha Waidlier: Barranca – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tammy Hinckley: Chamisa – email@example.com
Deidre Thorn: Chamisa – firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele Altherr: Mountain – email@example.com
Katie Steinberg: Pinon – firstname.lastname@example.org
Herb Siegel: Pinon – email@example.com
Eva Abeyta : LAMS – firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Tauxe: LAHS – email@example.com
Stephanie Meyer: LAHS – firstname.lastname@example.org