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New Mexico School for the Arts

Parent & Student Portal

Welcome to the New Mexico School for the Arts parent and student portal! Below, you’ll find everything you need to optimize your student’s NMSA experience, support the school, and get to know this talented community of artist-scholars and their families.

School Safety

Click HERE to view our emergency notification system and procedures. Also included are resources on bullying, suicide prevention, and general safety.

School Closures

NMSA offers a range of options to find out about school closures and early dismissals, including automated messaging. If your contact information changes, please email the Registrar at registrar@nmschoolforthearts.org to receive important news and updates. Find out more here.

Residential & Art Fee Payments

Click here to make a one-time payment of art and/or residential fees to support the school’s programming.

Online Store

Click HERE to view our online store!

Orders are fulfilled by the NMSA Parent Association.

Student Support Services

The New Mexico School for the Arts offers a range of services to ensure that every student has the social-emotional and academic tools they need to succeed in high school, and that students and parents get plenty of time and support for college career and post-secondary planning. Find out more about what we offer by clicking here.

Medication Self Administration

NMSA recognizes that the health needs of the above named student may require the use of certain unscheduled rescue medications (i.e. insulin, epinephrine, inhalers). In order to accommodate that need, NMSA will allow the student to self-administer the necessary medication upon request by the student, parent, and physician provided that the student has demonstrated the ability to carry and use the medication in a responsible, appropriate and safe manner.

 

Download Form

Report an Absence

If your child will be absent from school, their absence needs to be reported by a guardian to the school’s front office (505.310.4194 or attendance@nmschoolforthearts.org) by 12 p.m. MT on the same day in order to be excused.

School Lunch

To download the Free & Reduced Price School Meals Application please click here.

NMSA – NSLP Public Release Data

Summer Programs

There are currently no programs to register for.
Please check back in the spring of 2019 for updates on Summer Programs.

Support the School

Parent Association

Amazon Smile

Anytime you plan to do any shopping on Amazon.com, visit this page and enter “New Mexico School for the Arts Art Institute” in the box where it asks you to enter the charity you wish to support. By following this simple step, Amazon will track how much you spend and send NMSA a percentage (4-15%) of your total purchase.

Donations

Your gift to the NMSA Annual Fund provides critical resources to sustain the school’s arts education, residential (dormitory) program, and community outreach programs. Your contribution ensures that NMSA can continue to provide core programs, equipment, supplies, and scholarships.

Volunteer Opportunities

Please fill in the form below so that we can accurately track volunteer hours. The number of volunteer hours we have contributes to our NMPED annual grade. If you have made an in-kind donation please remember to submit your receipts and contact information to the Development Office for an acknowledgement letter.

Residential & Art Fee Payments

Click here to make a one-time payment of art and/or residential fees to support the school’s programming.

Report an Absence

If your child will be absent from school, their absence needs to be reported by a guardian to the school’s front office (505.310.4194 or attendance@nmschoolforthearts.org) by 12 p.m. MT on the same day in order to be excused.

School Lunch

To download the Free & Reduced Price School Meals Application please click here.

NMSA – NSLP Public Release Data

Summer Programs

There are currently no programs to register for.
Please check back in the spring of 2019 for updates on Summer Programs.

School Closures

NMSA offers a range of options to find out about school closures and early dismissals, including automated messaging. If your contact information changes, please email the Registrar at registrar@nmschoolforthearts.org to receive important news and updates. Find out more here.

Student Support Services

The New Mexico School for the Arts offers a range of services to ensure that every student has the social-emotional and academic tools they need to succeed in high school, and that students and parents get plenty of time and support for college career and post-secondary planning. Find out more about what we offer by clicking here.

Order Merch

Click HERE to view our online store!

Orders are fulfilled by the NMSA Parent Association.

Support the School

Parent Association

The NMSA Parent Association meets on the first Saturday of each month from 9:00am – 10:30pm at the School (no meeting in July). The Committee is open to all current NMSA parents, faculty, staff and students. We welcome your involvement! Call (505) 310-4194 if you have questions.

Donations

Your gift to the NMSA Annual Fund provides critical resources to sustain the school’s arts education, residential (dormitory) program, and community outreach programs. Your contribution ensures that NMSA can continue to provide core programs, equipment, supplies, and scholarships.

Volunteer Opportunities

Please fill in the form below so that we can accurately track volunteer hours. The number of volunteer hours we have contributes to our NMPED annual grade. If you have made an in-kind donation please remember to submit your receipts and contact information to the Development Office for an acknowledgement letter.

Amazon Smile

Anytime you plan to do any shopping on Amazon.com, visit this page and enter “New Mexico School for the Arts Art Institute” in the box where it asks you to enter the charity you wish to support. By following this simple step, Amazon will track how much you spend and send NMSA a percentage (4-15%) of your total purchase.

STUDENT SAFETY


Guardian Prevention & Protection Resources

 

PREVENTION

Suicide - Resources and Training

Suicide Prevention and Intervention Risk Factors and Warning Signs, Colorado School Resource Safety Center, is a summary sheet of risk factors, warning signs and response actions.

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Gatekeeper training for school personnel, parents, community and youth. To schedule free training for school staff, call the Department of Health Youth Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator at 505.222.8683.

Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRC), Suicide identification, screening and assessment tool that can be used by anyone. Free training on the tool is available on the website.

Suicide - Prevention and Advocacy Organizations

American Association of Suicidology (AAS) is non-profit organization dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide.

 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a non-profit organization working to understand and prevent suicide through research, education, and advocacy. Also offers resources for survivors of suicide.

 New Mexico Crisis and Action Line, 1.855.662.7474 (Crisis Line), 1.855.466.7100 (Warm Line)

Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) is an organization dedicated to reducing the stigma associated with mental illness and preventing suicide by increasing public awareness through education.

 Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1.800.273.TALK (8255) is a suicide crisis prevention resource with phone and ecounselors available 24-7.

 Suicide Prevention Resource Center is the nation’s only federally supported resource center devoted to advancing the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention, providing technical assistance, training, and other materials.

 

The Sky Center, New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project, provides free counseling and postvention services to families and schools in need in Santa Fe and surrounding areas.

 The Trevor Project is a website dedicated to helping LGBTQ youth dealing with depression, anxiety, and suicide. Also operates a 24-hour crisis hotline, 1-866-4-U-TREVOR

 

PROTECTION