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Parent University
Parent University Click to go to our Parent University

With a “*Parent University*” program, schools can educate parents on everything from special education services to preparing kids for kindergarten and using technology at home. In the process, families will gain confidence and become more engaged in your children's academic programs and the larger community. JVPS is pleased to offer our own Parent University website to our families. Please take some time to visit our page to explore the variety of topics already in place. We welcome your suggestions as to the kind of content you would like to see added to our Parent University page.


Parents Reaching Out

Parents Reaching Out

Parents Reaching Out serves families of infants, children and youth with all types of disabilities as well as related professionals as New Mexico’s Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) funded by the US Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Our first responsibility is to inform and educate parents about special education law and the rights and responsibilities they and their child have under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Our goal is to provide tools to families to help them make informed decisions as equal partners in their child’s Individual Education Program (IEP). Our Family Liaisons use telephone assistance, workshops and publications to provide ‘family friendly’ training to parents, educators and service providers throughout New Mexico.

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Reach NM

Introducing REACH NM, a new service of the Children, Youth and Families Department.

REACH NM provides text-based reporting and engagement that allows young people to connect directly with CYFD workers for resources, help, and reporting potential abuse or neglect. The service is free to any New Mexican with a text-message enabled phone.

REACH NM is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can text with an expert for help finding resources in your community, reach out for assistance with basic needs for yourself or others, report concerns of abuse and neglect in your home, or report suspected abuse or neglect that may be occurring in someone else's home or in the community. 

Help is a text away: 505-591-9444 

Click here to download the flyer.


Caring For Your Mental Health

Behavioral Health
Resources for COVID-19

To help combat strong feelings like anxiety, staying informed is important. The website will continue to be updated regularly, so use that as your one-stop information source for New Mexico. Click here to download the flyer.

NM Connect

The state of New Mexico has launched NMConnect, a new phone app that provides free 24-hour crisis and non-crisis support and access to behavioral health professionals who can text or talk via phone with individuals needing a listening ear or referrals to longer-term support. The app links users to the New Mexico Crisis Access Line (NMCAL), which provides safety net services statewide. NMCAL is still available via phone 24/7 toll-free by calling 1-855-NMCRISIS (1-855-662-7474).

Tech Support
Tech SupportIf you require technology support, please email or call 505-842-0902 ext 100 or 844-234-1446 and leave a message. Someone will respond to your request as quickly as possible.

Reporting Student Absences
Reporting attendance 

Reporting Elementary student absence, please email or call 575-834-7393 ext 493 or 505-373-0054 ext 493 and leave a message.

Reporting Mid/High School student absence, please email or call  or  575-834-7392 ext 494 or 505-373-0137 ext 494 and leave a message.

Is your contact information correct?

Keep your contact info updatedIf you would like to receive text messages and currently do not receive them, you must Opt-in by texting "y" to  67587. You may also opt-in in Skyward Family Access.

Please ensure all phone numbers and emails are current. You may update your phone number by calling the school and leaving a message with your full name, your student’s full name and grade, along with the phone number or email address.

Elementary Office: 505-373-0054 ext 309 or 575-834-7393 ext 309
Middle/High School Office: 505-373-0137 ext 312 or 575-834-7392 ext 312

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Rumor & Bullying Hotline Now Available!
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Phone Numbers

 DISTRICT OFFICE  575-834-7391 and 505-842-0902
(Local to ABQ)
MIDDLE / HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE  575-834-7392 and 505-373-0137
(Local to ABQ)
 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OFFICE  575-834-7393 and 505-373-0054
(Local to ABQ)





The purpose of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) III Fund is to help safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impacts of COVID-19 on the nation’s students by addressing students’ academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs. This plan describes how Jemez Valley Public Schools (JVPS) will maintain the health and safety of students, educators, and other school and district staff during and following the return to full in-person instruction. 

Copy of the JVPS / SDRCS Plan

A copy of the plan for the Jemez Valley Public Schools and San Diego Riverside Charter School COVID-19 is posted here.

ARP ESSER III Application PDF.pdf

LEA Plan for Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services

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