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APS board asks Gov. Lujan Grisham to decouple school sports from hybrid learning – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-02-22 14:03:51 –

The letter states that the requirements for combining sports and hybrid models are “based on the need to focus on education as a top priority and athletics only allowed if student athletes are well educated.” I pointed out that it looks like.

The school board agreed that the main role of student athletes is to become students first, but “Why do students need to be a hybrid model for successful education?” I asked.

The letter states that a significant number of student athletes have been depressed and are currently not doing well academically, but sports can be used as an incentive for success.

“The Albuquerque Public School Board of Education is unique to New Mexico-wide boards of education whether local plans to increase opportunities for face-to-face learning will enable the necessary participation in activities sponsored by NMAA. In particular, the APS program for conducting face-to-face education in small groups is eligible to allow our athletic program to participate in activities sponsored by NMAA. must.

Consider decoupling athletics participation from the hybrid model and approving the inclusion of athletics participation in the target small group’s school education plan. ”

Currently, APS focuses primarily on kindergarten to high school students who may be at risk of concerns such as the need for special education, loss of learning, and mental health, with small groups returning primarily face-to-face. We are implementing a re-entry plan that makes this possible. Concerns and online access issues.

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