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Find everything you need to know about going to public school in Santa Fe right here — the official calendar for the 2012-2013 school year; individual school start and dismissal times; a list necessary school supplies for kindergarten through grade 5; the standard dress code ; regular and reduced price meals; and weather-related delays, cancellations and early release policies. You will also meet Joel Boyd, the new SFPS superintendent; learn more about detecting and dealing with cyberbullying (whether your child is a victim, bystander, or perpetrator); and find out how you can spark a lifelong love of books in your child in this issue. Other stories highlight the role school volunteers play in kids’ lives and learning, how school counselors can contribute to a successful school experience, and offer some insight into how the student nutrition program tries to overcome school lunch horror stories by making meals more healthy and delicious.


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Today’s New Mexican, July 24, 2014

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