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  • 2020 NMCEL Summer Conference: July 21 - 24, 2020
    Embassy Suites Hotel, Albuquerque, NM

    SAVE THE DATE!!

     
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    NMCEL 2020 Summer Golf Tournament
    July 22, 2020
    Ladera Golf Course
    7:30am Shot Gun Start!

    Benefiting the NMCEL Scholarship Recipients

  • NMSPA 2nd Annual Personnel Conference
    February 4 & 5, 2020

    Embassy Suites

    Registration for the 2nd Annual NMSPA Conference, scheduled for February 4 & 5, 2020 at the Embassy Suites, is open. Current conference topics such as interviewing and hiring practices, licensure pathways, investigations, employee discipline techniques, teacher mentoring and induction, training high quality substitutes, teacher recruiting, labor management relations, legal updates, HR 101, navigating STARS, employee wellness, working in a multi-generational workforce, maintaining a balance between work and life, and working with different personalities topics are tailored to address both administrative and support staff needs.

    Register now to attend this 2-day conference tailored to meet all of your School Personnel Needs. Breakfast, lunch and networking socials included!

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    The Next NMSSA Business Meeting will be held on
    January 24, 2020
    2:00PM - 5:00PM
    El Dorado Hotel, Anasazi North, in Conjunction with NMSBA
    Santa Fe, NM.

     

  • NMCEL 2020 Scholarship
    $3,000

    Applications Now Being Accepted

    Apply TODAY! 
    Deadline February 21, 2020!

     

  • The NMCEL Office Will Be Closed for Winter Break!

    December 20, 2019 - January 3, 2020

  • Support for Your District's Students with Visual Impairment/Blindness

    New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired can help your district meet the specialized needs of your students!

  • 2020 Educators Rising NM State Conference

    "Teaching, Learning, and Rising Up:
    The Power of Education"

    March 5-7, 2020
    Sheraton Uptown
    Albuquerque, NM

Latest News

Dec 16, 2019

Colleagues:

First, a time of reflection and support. Since our last Straight Talk members of our “family” have suffered loss. Superintendent Kirk Carpenter’s wife Teresa has lost her health battle and has passed. Secondly, Business Manager for NMCEL/NMSSA, Jo Lynn Gallegos, has suffered a second recent loss (losing her son earlier this fall) as her mother was lost to a head injury resulting in death. And, a note of the loss of Superintendent LeeAnn Gandy’s son earlier this fall, also. We ask that you keep all three families in your prayers. At this time of joy and anticipation I ask that you remember the impact that losses such as these have on each of these “family members.”

We at NMCEL/NMSSA wish each of you and your families the Merriest of Christmases and the Happiest of New Years. We pause and pray for your peace and joy.

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Jan 23, 2019

Colleagues:

I will be sending you a summary of this week’s actions by the Legislature later this week, but I am attaching the analysis for SB1 Which funds a good part of the Appropriation for Public Schools. Within the document is a table that gives a district by district impact of the bill. Please review the numbers for the district you serve and the language that is included in the analysis and let me know of the problems you might see. The Senate Education Committee considered this bill on Monday and withheld action due to several problematic parts. I expect that they will consider it again on Friday. Any concerns that you can provide me before Friday will assist me in giving impact analysis. You can track the bill by going to nmlegis.gov and looking up SB 1.

Best Regards:

Stan

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A Message from the President, Will Hawkins

I recently was reminded that student outcomes don’t change until adult behaviors change.  In order for adult behaviors to change, we all have to be reminded that we have a responsibility to put aside any personal goals, ambitions, issues or grievances for the greater good of the thousands of students throughout the state.  It isn’t “they” or “them” that needs to change; it is all of us who must proclaim and embrace “I am New Mexico.” We have to work interdependently, to create opportunities for students to succeed. As a new administration and legislature continue to review old and establish new policies, statutes and rules impacting education, the New Mexico Coalition of Educational Leaders stands ready to work collaboratively on behalf of children, parents, teachers, and all those who have devoted their lives to the institution of public education.  I am astounded and humbled by the servant leadership that permeates to every corner of the state, and I look forward to playing my small part in helping shape our future.  May we all remember that our focus is simple … to do what’s best for kids.        

William D. Hawkins
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
Hobbs Municipal Schools
575-433-0128

 

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