Staff Resources

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Benefits, Human Resources, and Payroll

Robyn Schultz: (505) 663-2221  r.schultz@laschools.net

Human Resources Director: Joe Palmer (505) 663-2218  j.palmer@laschools.net

Teachers:  Leslie Gallegos  (505) 663-2262   l.gallegos@laschools.net

Classified:  Cindy Herrera  (505) 663-2219   c.herrera@laschools.net

Bus Drivers:  Ashley Salazar  (505) 663-2206   a.salazar@laschools.net

Teresa Gatewood:
(505) 663-2242  t.gatewood@laschools.net

Accounting Tech III:
Robyn Schultz (505) 663-2221  r.schultz@laschools.net

Accounting Tech III:
Verlene Stam (505) 663-2261  v.stam@laschools.net

Accounting Tech III:
Marie Granich (505) 663-2226  m.granich@laschools.net

LAPS Payroll General Office:
(505) 663-2221  LAPSPayroll@laschools.net

Curriculum and Standards

IT Support

Mission: Providing service and leadership to improve 21st Century teaching and
learning.
Vision: Building Leadership through 21st Century Skills.
Core Values:  Customer service
 • Professionalism • Teamwork • Ethics • Having fun • Accountability • Mutual respect & trust
Strategic Goals: Support- maintenance, PowerSchool, ITDirect, Software, Hardware • Training • Implementation of technology for productivity & learning • Setting goals and standards

Policies & Procedures

Questions or Need Help? Contact Susan Odegard-Fellows at s.fellows@laschools.net or (505) 663-2228.


The policies and regulation are in PDF format.  You will need a PDF viewer to read them.  The latest version of Adobe Reader is recommended.  This is free to download.

Policy SeriesDefinition
1000 Community Relations Communications with the Public
Participation by the Public
Public Activities involving Staff, Students, and School Facilities
Relations between Local, State, Regional and National
Non-School Sponsored Activities
2000 Administration Central Administrative and Supervisory Personnel
Temporary and Part-Time Administrative Personnel
Administrative Operations
3000 Business & Non Instructional Operations Finance
Income
Expenditures
Non-Instructional Operations
4000 PersonnelAll Personnel
Licensed Personnel
Classified Personnel
5000 Students Elementary and Secondary
Special Education
6000 InstructionElementary and Secondary
8000 Internal Board OrganizationOrganization
Members
Methods of Operation
Responsibilities of the School Board
9000 Board Bylaws Term of Office
Organization
Duties of Members and Auxiliary Personnel
Methods of Operation

Liability Insurance:
In the event of an incident involving property damage or an incident resulting in injury to a student or visitor, the site administrator or nurse should complete the incident report.  All claim forms should be returned directly to Regina Mertz r.mertz@laschools.net, 663-2238. Please call immediately in the event of a serious incident.

General Products Liability.pdf
Loss Report Property.pdf
Student Incident Report.pdf
Vehicle Accident Report.pdf
Windshield Only Report.pdf

Student Travel: Activity and Field Trips:

Please review the policy and regulation regarding Student Travel.
Policy Student Travel: Activity and Field Trips
Regulation Student Travel: Activity and Field Trips
Student Travel: Activity and Field Trips  Guidelines

In-District Travel
Written request on Request for Activity or Field Trip Form, three weeks notice for site administrator approval.

In-State Travel
Written request on Request for Field or Activity Trip Form, one-month notice for site administrator approval.

Out-of-State Travel
Written request on Out-of-State Student Travel Request Form, three months notice for site administrator and Superintendent or designee approval.

Out-of-Country Travel
Written request on Out-of-Country Student Travel Request Form, six months notice for principal, Superintendent and School Board approval.

Note: You may submit forms as early in the school year as you wish, to allow yourself enough time to prepare details, such as Permission slips, transportation, travel accommodations, etc.  We realize you may not have exact names of participants; however, you may submit a preliminary list and update the final list prior to travel.

Forms:
Trip Sponsor completes Part I, parent/guardian completes Part II
Parent/Guardian  Permission form

Los Alamos School Transportation  Request Form

In District or In-State Travel – Trip sponsor submits request to site administrator
Request for Activity or Field Trip Form

Out-of-State or Out of County Request Form – Trip sponsor submits request to site administrator
Out of State-County Request Form

Parent Request Permission to Transport Student To and/or From an Event

Warehouse Order Supplies

District: TBA

LAHS: Thursday – Bookkeeping, Technology, IMC, LTS, Pueblo Complex
LAMS: Wednesday – Secretary’s Office
Aspen: Friday – Copy Room
Barranca: Monday – Main Office
Chamisa: Tuesday – Lobby
Mountain: Monday – Main Office
Pinon: Tuesday – Break Room

Great Schools. Great Place to Live. Great People

Los Alamos Public Schools is ranked as one of the premier school districts in the United States. LAPS serves as the primary school district for Los Alamos County, a county recently recognized as a Top 10 County for public schools. See links below on our outstanding achievements for the school district and our outstanding partnership with Los Alamos County.

#1 School District in New Mexico

Top 10 Counties in America for Education

Best Places to Live Top 10

Los Alamos Country #1 for Quality of Life