Welcome to Maxwell Municipal Schools



Upcoming Events

August 8-9 - Teacher Work Day
August 15 – First Day of School




Click to View 2016-17 School Calendar


PARCC
New Department of Public Education was launched a redesigned website with valuable resources for educators, families and students. Please visit the new site at www.nmparcc.com. We encourage families to visit the site to get more information on PARCC testing and scores.

Recent News

School Supplies
2016-17 School Supply List
06/29/2016
It's that time of year again and school is right around the corner. Click on the link for each grade level to view and print the 2016-17 school supply list.
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FCCLA
FCCLA
03/14/2016
Maxwell FCCLA members recently attended the State FCCLA Conference held in Albuquerque March 3, 4, and 5.th Winners in the state contests were Ricci Molina silver in Chapter Creed, Anthony Molina silver in Chapter Creed and the team of Severn Wilson and Seth Henriquez, silver in Knife Skills. Participating in and placing in the National Contests were Ricci Molina, silver in Illustrated Talk, Anthony Molina silver in Illustrated Talk and Severn Wilson silver in Recycle and Redesign. Winning gold and representing New Mexico and Maxwell at Nationals will be Seth Henriquez in Life Event Planning. Winning silver and representing New Mexico and Maxwell at Nationals will be Kaden Riggs in Interpersonal Communications. Seth and Kaden will be doing a lot of fund raising to pay for their trip to nationals. They will be going to San Diego, CA this coming July. Please support and help them reach their goal to participate at nationals.
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Information
Public Announcement
01/09/2016
To: All Patrons, Staff and Faculty and Employees: The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) requires that all public school buildings be inspected or re-inspected for the presence of asbestos every three (3) years after a management plan is in effect. The same statute also requires initial and annual notification of the availability of a management plan, which outlines the steps to be taken to eliminate the hazard. We here at your school are very willing to comply with this statute because of our great concern for the well being of our students, our staff and our faculty. We have received a management plan, which pinpoints asbestos in the school. The plan is available for public review in the Administrator’s Office during normal business hours. Please know that every effort is being made to make certain that our children are protected from hazards present by this fiber. Kris Forrester, Superintendent
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