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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) 2009
Reporting Adequate Yearly Progress as Required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001

questions about AYP?


If you are a school district or a school:

Assessment and Accountability Division
Dr. Cindy Gregory
Chief Statistician
(505) 827-6508 | email


If you are a parent:

Quality Assurance Bureau
Help Desk

(505) 827-4296 | submit online


If you are a representative of the media:

Public Information Office
Beverly Friedman, PIO
(505) 827-6661 | email


School Appeal of NCLB Designation

NCLB legislation provides an appeal process for schools that are identified for School Improvement I, School Improvement II, Corrective Action, Restructuring I, or Restructuring II. 

The Superintendent or Charter School Administrator may file an appeal when he / she believes that there are statistical or other substantive reasons resulting in an incorrect designation. 

Request for 2009 AYP and Designation Review

Must submit this form by Friday, August 14th


2009 AYP Letters to District Schools

Las Cruces Public Schools

Alameda Elementary
Booker T. Washington Elementary
Central Elementary
Cesar E. Chávez Elementary
Columbia Elementary
Conlee Elementary
Desert Hills Elementary
Dona Ana Elementary
East Picacho Elementary
Fairacres Elementary
Hermosa Heights Elementary
Highland Elementary
Hillrise Elementary
Jornada Elementary
Loma Heights Elementary
MacArthur Elementary
Mesilla Elementary
Mesilla Park Elementary
Sonoma Elementary
Sunrise Elementary
Tombaugh Elementary
University Hills Elementary
Valley View Elementary
White Sands Elementary

Camino Real Middle
Lynn Middle
Picacho Middle
Sierra Middle
Vista Middle
White Sands Middle
Zia Middle
Las Cruces High
Mayfield High
Onate High


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