On November 5, Los Alamos County voters approved the 2019 School Bond issue with 82% of those who voted saying YES!
Thank you for supporting our schools and our students!
Greetings from the Superintendent’s Desk!
Our vision at LAPS is to prepare capable and confident life-long learners. The big question is, how do we do this? To prepare our children to thrive in the 21st century workplace, we must go beyond the standard education expectations of the classroom. In the article, Don’t Be a Robot! Manage Your Classroom with the Four Cs, author Cindy Hoisington talks about rethinking “not only what we teach but how we teach it.” Not only is it important to teach the ABCs but to teach with the four Cs in mind – critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity.
Our curriculum incorporates these ideals while embracing our goal that every child will discover and develop their unique strengths and thrive at the next level. What we teach our children and how we teach our children will prepare them to take their place in the “real world”.
Dr. Kurt Steinhaus
Impact Aid Program Surveys
Impact Surveys are being sent home with students on October 9th. Please complete the survey even if you do not live or work on federal property. Once completed, please return to your child’s teacher as soon as possible. Instructions for completion will be provided with the survey.
LAPS Math Textbook Adoption Survey: Community
LAPS has begun the math textbook and instructional materials adoption process. The committee is gathering community input regarding these materials. Please answer our survey to include your input into this important adoption process.