August 3, 2011

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LOS LUNAS BACK TO SCHOOL 2011

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Small learning communities are focus in Los Lunas School District
By DeBorah Fox
News-Bulletin Staff Writer dfox@news-bulletin.com

Los Lunas This is the second year of high school reform in the Los Lunas School District. The reform includes intervention time within the school day to help students catch up on assignments and stay on track academically. “We’re focusing on intentional non-learners, small learning communities and professional learning communities,” said Los Lunas Superintendent Bernard Saiz. “So, there will be no changes at any level other than just continuing on with what we’re doing, and getting better at it so it will work better for the students.” The high school reform is based on a model developed by Richard DuFour at the Adlai Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Ill. Stevenson High School had a poor record of graduating students, and was located in a rundown neighborhood. DuFour took a position as the school’s superintendent, and began a program of reform. It became a model program that would win the school a few blue ribbons. Home buyers became interested in the area because of the school. Saiz has set his sights on improving Los Lunas schools using DuFour’s model. “Students who are labeled intentional non-learners are students with all the brains in the world — they’re smart, they’re motivated, but they aren’t interested in what is being taught,” Saiz said. “They’re intentionally not wanting to learn it.” Smaller learning communities break students up

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SUPERINTENDENT BERNARD SAIZ said there will be no changes at any level in the Los Lunas Schools District. The district will continue to work on the school reform modeled after the blue ribbon school Adlai Stevenson High School begun last year, and continue to improve how education is delivered. into smaller groups depending on the grade level they’re in, or what their interests might be. There are science, mathematics, engineering and other small learning communities. “Fine arts, performing arts might be another one, vocational,” Saiz said. “It takes different formats, but we’re continuing to focus on the smaller learning community model at the high school levels.” Teachers have their own learning communities where they get together by subject or grade to discuss any issues, problems or concerns in their area

and try to come up with solutions to make it a better environment for the students. The professional learning communities aim to be consistent with teachers in their grade or field and fine tune their teaching approach by pooling their experiences and resources. “We will continue with the current curriculum and instructional models we’ve been using for the last several years,” Saiz said. “We decided, probably about four or five years ago, that we had gone through such a dramatic change in putting in new curriculum, instructional models and evaluation processes — people were just reeling from all these dramatic changes. “So, we decided we weren’t going to add anything new, all we were going to do is just perfect, and continue to work on what we already implemented.” Some shifting of staff has occurred at central office. Brian Baca, who was the director of the district’s special education, has moved to the position director of personnel and leadership development. The former personnel director, Ron Williams has moved to fill the position Terry Othick resigned from in the IT department. This position will now be called assistant superintendent of operations officer, because Williams holds a school administrator license. Sonia Lawson, the principal of Raymond Gabaldon Elementary, has moved into the position of director of special education. Barbara Carillo, the principal of Los Lunas Elementary School, will take Lawson’s place. The Los Lunas Elementary School principal position has not been filled yet.

Los Lunas High School reforms enter second year; remodel to begin
By DeBorah Fox
News-Bulletin Staff Writer dfox@news-bulletin.com

Los Lunas Los Lunas High School has made a paradigm shift from a focus on teaching to a focus on what students are learning. The implementation of high school reform is in its second year, and the journey to become a professional learning community has only just begun. School officials are busy building the safety nets to catch students before they fail, and provide lift off for those who are learning at a faster pace. “What we will continue to do at Los Lunas High School is have intervention and enrichment periods scheduled in the daytime, and every student will participate in it,” said LLHS Principal Dan Padilla. “It’s in the morning between our second and third period. The only thing different this year is students who have anything lower than a C will be in intervention.” Students will have to maintain a C or higher for four weeks before they can move out of intervention to an enrichment class. “We feel we want to do that because that will encourage the students and help them maintain their grades for a longer period of time,” Padilla said. “Juniors and seniors who have all As or Bs can participate in enrichment,” said Leslie Gurule, assistant principal. Enrichment will be specific and focus on a deeper aspect of a subject when there isn’t enough time in class, but that the student wishes to pursue. It could be learning more about fractals or carrying out an additional science experiment.

New Valencia High School principal wants students to get serious
By DeBorah Fox
News-Bulletin Staff Writer dfox@news-bulletin.com

Enrichment is specifically designed to add greater scope to academic pursuits, Gurule said. “Our biggest focus is on those kids who have done poorly in their reading and math, that’s our focus area,” Padilla said. “So our interventions are going to be based around math, reading and English.” The school is implementing a jump-start by looking at student’s last year grades to help determine who needs to be in intervention or study hall. All freshmen will automatically start in intervention or study hall so school staff can work with them to build study skills, learn note-taking and time management. “The kids are assigned to an adviser,” Padilla said. “That teacher will be the student’s adviser all four years the student is at Los Lunas High School.” Every Monday students will meet with their advisers. Teachers will meet in professional learning communities to collaborate on teaching strategies, student assessments, and other efforts to improve student’s learning, and catch students in the earliest stages of difficulty to get them the help they need. “Our goal this year, we’re going to have a big focus on teachers developing a common formative assessment,” Padilla said. “The professional development that we had over the spring this year was focused on training our staff in developing common formative assessments.” “Formative assessments are like taking the temperature along the way,” Gurule said. “That’s what teachers will be

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LOS LUNAS HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL DAN PADILLA, in front, and assistant principals, in back, from left, Leslie Gurule, Kevin Benavidez and Andrew Saiz look forward to the new school year.

doing on Monday morning.” “What we’re looking at is not only where we need to get to, but as we’re moving we stop and assess kids to find out if they’re really picking up what we’re teaching them,” Padilla said. “Because if the level is too high, then we need to adjust to bring it down to a level where they can understand it.” The high school will continue to have the Testing Center, initiated last year, where students can go during intervention time to make up missed tests. Also, the Career Center that was put in place last year has received all new computers with faster service. “It’s a place all our students

can go to get information about colleges, universities, military, vocational schools — any kind of post-secondary education,” Padilla said. The Career Center is manned and operated through the counseling department, and is located next to the school cafeteria. Julie Macaferri-Rodrigues is a new counselor in the department. “We’re continuing our journey of high school reform by providing as many safety nets as we can for students to be successful,” said Padilla. “We want to make it harder for students not to do his or her work, than to do it. “So, anywhere that a stu-

NEXT YEAR, the extensive remodeling of Los Lunas High School will begin. This courtyard will eventually be enclosed, according to the new design, so students and visitors entering the school will be out of the weather.

dent turns, there is going to be somebody there that will try to help that student along.” The school has a few new staff this year to replace some who have retired. Kevin Benavidez has come aboard as a new assistant principal, and D’Nene Luera is a new librarian. New teachers include art teacher Kate Meir; two new English teachers, Ignacio Sanchez and Chris Garcia; a new science teacher, James Harmon; two new math teachers, Tamara Piburn and

Anthony Escajeda. Escajeda, who was a student-teacher last year; and a new agriculture teacher, Cole Andes. The extensive remodel of the school buildings and school grounds will begin in May 2012. There will be two phases of construction, and some awesome new features such as a second level in the fine arts building, a bridge overlooking the cafeteria and a media center with a roof garden. The architects are Greer Stafford/ SJCF Inc.

Tomé Valencia High School’s graduation rate increased last year, and the new principal, Colin Taylor, is determined to keep up the momentum. During its second year of high school reform, Valencia High will have 30-minute intervention and enrichment periods built into the school day in the last week of each unit of study. Some of the National Honor Society students will volunteer time to tutor other students. “What we want to focus on this year is recognizing academic achievement,” Taylor said. “We want to create an environment where they’re serious about academics and serious about school. “Knowing teenagers — I’ve been working with teenagers a long time — they’re basically physically adults, but emotionally they don’t make good decisions,” he said. “I mean, when I was 17, 18 … they say the part of your brain where you start realizing the implications of your decisions doesn’t really mature until you’re about 27 or 28 for males, and about 25 for females.” Students are vulnerable to making shortsighted choices, and seeking

immediate gratification, the principal said. “Even though kids think that way, we can help them learn to think longterm, and help them see how their decisions affect their lives,” Taylor said. “So, we want to tie privileges to grades and attendance. “We want to see kids perform and set the conditions for them to perform, and when they do that, they’ll be rewarded for those things.” School officials want to make it more comfortable for students to do well than not do well. As an example, Taylor said he thinks that if a student drives onto the campus, they should have good grades and good attendance. “If you have Ds or Fs, you shouldn’t be driving on this campus,” Taylor said. “It’s a privilege, not a right.” “When I talk about kids making poor decisions, for example, a 16-yearold boy who just got his driver’s license and a brand new car is not really that concerned with his academics, and he needs to be concerned about it,” Taylor said. “We need to put pressure on him to make sure that, ‘Yeah, we want you to drive your car and enjoy your new car, but you need to have good grades as well.’” School is not a spectator sport, and at Valencia High School students are required to participate in an academic

Colin Taylor

Valencia High School Principal

program. Taylor’s aim is to help students build on personal achievement and develop follow-through for their goals. “I enjoy helping students make positive decisions for their lives, helping facilitate that,” Taylor said. “Ultimately, they make their own decisions.” Over the course of his time in education, students have returned to tell him how he made a difference in their lives. They appreciate how he helped and supported them in making decisions that have affected their lives for the better.

“I’m sure there’s other kids that educators touch that they don’t ever know about,” he said. Taylor started his career journey in communications with the U.S. Marines Corps. He’s a Hobbs High School graduate, but on his military tour he ended up in the Bronx. He spent six years in the military, then studied political science at City University of New York, earned his bachelor’s, then moved to Texas where he took up the study of law. During his first year, he realized he wanted to make a difference, but it wasn’t in law. He realized he wanted to teach and help young people rather than become a lawyer. He moved back to New Mexico and worked in the Los Lunas School District, starting at Valencia High School when it was the Career Academy. He began working on his master’s degree in education administration while he taught. “Then I became an assistant principal at Los Lunas High,” Taylor said. “I worked at Los Lunas High School for a couple of years.” When his son, Evan, was born, his wife, Kristin, wanted to move back to South Carolina to be closer to her parents. Taylor took a position as an assistant principal at Clinton High School, and later as the principal of John de la Howe School.

“We’ve always loved New Mexico, and we started to miss it,” Taylor said. “So, we decided to move back out here last year.” He came on as an assistant principle at Valencia High School, and was named acting principal in December 2010. Taylor was formally assigned to the position last spring. Originally, he planned to get his doctorate and teach college, but discovered high school is where he felt he could make the most impact. Things have changed since he was in high school, he says. “The schools and educators find themselves in more and more roles of supporting young people that weren’t traditionally their roles,” Taylor said. “Not just education, but providing support — emotional support to students. “Being a group of folks who really care about young people, and I don’t want to say friends or even parents because those are different roles, what I see us as is, being adult mentors,” Taylor said. “Sometimes boys and girls at this age need someone outside their family circle that can provide support for them,” he said. “So, things have changed, and I see us not just teaching English and math, but as being supportive of their plans and goals in life.”

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Century High School becoming true alternative school
By DeBorah Fox
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Los Lunas Century High School offers a flexible schedule for students who wish to work while they earn their diplomas. “We’re offering a new program this year,” said CHS Principal Wilson Holland. “We have moved to make this a true alternative school.” Regular school hours 7:30 a.m. to 2:43 p.m. TuesdayFriday with only half a day on Tuesdays. Each day could be a half day if the student maintains academic proficiency. The school welcomes and encourages students who aren’t in school, for whatever reason, to come to Century High School. “Students that have been out of school, maybe long-term suspension, we’re looking at getting them back immediately, and having them enroll at Century High School,” said Holland. “Getting those kids who may have been in longterm suspensions, or may have been dis-enrolled at one of the other schools, we want to get those kids back here at Century. “We want to get them back on track, and hopefully they can transition back into their high schools.” Students must be under 18-years old with enough credits to graduate before or not long after their 18th birthday. This is not a program for adults. “We’re very excited about what has transpired,” Holland said. “Curriculum and instruction, all of central office including the school board, the superintendent are very supportive of our program. “We graduated about 27 seniors last year, which is a high for us. We want kids to come who feel they cannot attend the traditional high schools. This may be a fit for them.” The student-teacher ratio is much smaller than traditional

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CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL offers an alternative to large, traditional high schools. Principal Wilson Holland encourages students to come to Century to earn their diplomas, even if they have been suspended or dis-enrolled from other schools.

high schools. “We probably have about 100 students, and six teachers” Holland said. “It is an alternative way to get the same education as you would get at the other two schools.” Credit recovery is offered as well as full-time classes and electronic, E2020 classes. “On Mondays, we have implemented the new Distance Learning Academy where students who meet a certain criteria — academic cut scores, no discipline issues, no attendance issues, and have high-speed Internet off campus,” the principal said. “They will be on-site all day on Mondays, but they will work on E2020 Tuesday through Friday,” said Holland. “So, that’s what we’ll be doing on Mondays, we’ll have a different group of kids here on Mondays.” The Distance Learning Academy high school has its own building on the campus between Daniel Fernandez Elementary and Century High School.

“They have to be enrolled for half of the classes, that is considered a full day for them,” said Deborah DominguezClark, director of curriculum. “This is something new that we’re working on, and we have students come on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdays and Fridays for additional support, and that’s the time to be on the computer. They have to log in so many hours in order for it to count. That’s their work time. The Distance Learning high school is not an easy program. Students have to be a welloiled, self-disciplined individual to be able to maintain all their academic work. “This is for students who don’t want to attend a big high school, and want to have a different type of instruction,” said Dominguez-Clark. “It’s another option.” There will be a special intervention counselor working with the Distance Learning Academy students and with their families to monitor if the program is working out for them.

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Los Lunas Family School adds high school via distance learning
By DeBorah Fox
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Los Lunas The Family School in Los Lunas has expanded to include high school this year. Home-schooled students can take electronic courses at the Distance Learning Academy now housed in the blue school at 320 Bonita Vista Blvd. “It’s a continuation of our Family School because Family School ends at eighth grade,” said Penny Wharton, the principal of the Family School and Daniel Fernandez Elementary School. “In order for them to have some kind of a tie to pub-

lic schools, yet still have the home-school aspect to it, once they hit ninth grade, that’s what the Distance Learning will be doing.” “We wanted to expand it because we were having the need and the requests from our (Family School) parents,” said Deborah Dominguez-Clark, director of curriculum. “It’s just starting. The rooms are being prepared, the computers are already there. Everything is already set up.” There will be a combination of live classroom and E2020 cyber academy for grades 9-12. “We feel it’s critical to have a live teacher,” Dominguez-

“We’re hoping this is going to really take off. It’s a great program. We still have some more things that they do for students who are returning students.”
DEBORAH DOMINGUEZ-CLARK Director of Curriculum

Clark said. “It’s not strictly all online. All kids don’t do well just online, and so we wanted to make sure the core classes have a teacher.” Students will be assigned their curriculum lessons on Mondays, and turn in their previous week’s work, which they

will have done at home online. The teacher will check it on Monday. “It doesn’t mean it’s closed to them for the rest of the week,” she said. “It just means that the teacher is available for them at that time. At other times it’s by appointment.”

There will be help all week from other teachers, but the teacher fully dedicated to them is only there on Mondays. “They’ll go through the work assignments, discuss, see what’s happening, see where they’re at, things like that,” said Dominguez-Clark. “If there’s more assistance needed, then they’ll expand on that at another time, but that time is used to review, reflect, instruction, all of that will be happening on Monday.” Family School’s elementary and middle school will continue to be overseen by Wharton in the blue school next to Daniel Fernandez Elementary 2 1/2

days a week. Wilson Holland, the principal of Century High School will oversee Family School at the high school level. The two principals will work together to transition students from the eighth-grade level to high school in a seamless process, said Dominguez-Clark. “We’re hoping this is going to really take off,” she said. “It’s a great program. We still have some more things that they do for students who are returning students. We wanted to customize it for our kids in the community. So, that’s what we’re going to be doing.”

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Duel enrollment program at UNM-VC can help students earn college credits
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Tomé A wise person once said, why put off till tomorrow what you can accomplish today? That is the goal of the University of New MexicoValencia Campus’s dual enrollment program. “The whole purpose is so that students can start earning college credits in high school,” said Rita Gallegos-Logan, UNM-VC’s director of community education services. “The courses they take are usually going to be high school core classes for college credits. This can also save them a lot of money.” The campus offers two kinds of dual enrollment for interested students. The first kind is when students come to

the campus. This type of program used to be called concurrent enrollment, Garcia said. The second type of dual enrollment offered by UNMVC, called on-site enrollment, allows students to earn college credits for work done in the classroom. Students in the on-site dual enrollment will enroll in a corresponding web-based UNM-VC course with the high school teacher providing the bulk of the instruction. The college professor will provide supplemental instructional material, require additional assignments and/or examinations and will personally meet with students at the high school site on at least four occasions. Students in UNM-VC’s on site dual enrollment program can use the books provided by the high school.

This year, Gallegos-Logan said the college was aligning the college programs with the local high schools’ career pathways programs, to give students the opportunity to get a head start on earning college credits, getting a degree or certification before they graduate. “We are starting the alignment this year,” she said. “We’ve been wanting to expand in that area.” Courses such as computer science, computer aided drafting, digital media and information technology would be aligned with the career pathways programs, GallegosLogan said. New to the college’s catalogue and the dual enrollment program is a pre-engineering degree, Gallegos-Logan said. Students will communicate with their professors via

e-mail and WebCT (a webbased classroom management system) using a computer at home or in a high school lab. To qualify as an academic dual enrollment course, the high school course must meet the rigor and competencies of a lower-division college course – 100 and 200 level classes. Very often the quality and thoroughness of high school classes meet the university’s requirements. The most obvious qualifying courses are AP courses. Other courses which may qualify for dual enrollment include honors courses where the content and assessment criteria is comparable with that of a UNM lower-division course. For instance, an AP economics at Los Lunas High School would be equal to Economics 105 through the university, and AP calculus

equals Math 162. There is a minimum ACT or SAT score for admission into the math and English dual enrollment program. If a student has not taken either of those standardized tests or did not score high enough, he or she can take a placement exam. For example, an ACT score of 19 to 25 or a placement test score of 78 to 100 will place a student in the university’s English 101 course. Students get college credits from UNM and since the university is fully accredited, the credits earned can be transferred to another school.” Students who, for whatever reason, make a grade less than a C or drop the course will receive a grade of W and it will not affect the student’s future college grade point average.

The majority of students in UNM-VC’s dual enrollment program are from Valencia County high schools, Gallegos-Logan said, but the program does serve students as far away as Mountainair, Moriarty, Socorro and Alamo. In the fall of 2009, a total of 390 students were enrolled in dual enrollment classes at the campus and in the spring of 2010, there were 501 students. “Dual enrollment lets students start earning the academic credits they would normally take in their first two years of college,” GallegosLogan said. For information about dual enrollment, contact community education services at 9258970. Students wishing to register for dual enrollment credit may do so at their individual high schools after the beginning of classes.

Tips to help get back in the homework habit
From News-Bulletin reports

Los Lunas Back-to-school can be a hectic time of the year as students struggle to get back into study mode after a school-less summer, so some Los Lunas principals offered tips for keeping the stress out of homework time. Mildred Chavez, principal of Sundance Elementary School in Los Lunas, said routine is the most important thing for parents to establish for their children when they return to school. “Get the kiddos into a routine immediately,” Chavez said. “Routine is the key word.” Chavez said Sundance Elementary and many other schools in the district did not have summer school this year due to budget cuts, so getting back into the schoolwork routine might be difficult for students. Chavez said she and the staff at Sundance Elementary encouraged students to read a lot over the summer to help them ease back into school mode. Chavez said it is also important for parents to communicate with their child’s teacher to understand that teacher’s expectations when it comes to class work and homework. It is also important for the parent to follow up and to get

feedback from the teacher about the child’s progress in the class. Valerie Otero, principal of Los Lunas Elementary School, said letting the child know the importance of homework is also crucial. “Let them know that homework is a part of their job as a student,” Otero said, “that their job right now is to be in school.” Otero said students will use some of the same skills they use to complete homework in elementary school in their adult lives.

“Bosses expect tasks to be completed, too,” Otero said. “It’s part of being a person of integrity, being successful.” Otero said all staff members and teachers have e-mail addresses for easy contact. It is also important for parents to expect that their child has something to do every night, even if homework has not been assigned. “Most teachers expect parents to read with their children or have their children read to them every night,” Otero said. Both educators said being

involved in the child’s education is very important. “Monitor their homework,” Chavez said. “Don’t do it for them, but make sure they’re getting it done.” Otero said if the child is getting tired or having trouble during homework time, it is important to give the child a short break and to encourage him or her when it is time to continue. Parents in need of extra tips or resources can find them by visiting www.llschools.net, or calling 865-9636.

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Welcome Students, Parents and Staff
Welcome Back to the 2011-12 School Year, Each school year brings with it the opportunity to begin again. Over the summer break we renew the buildings, hire new staff and district leaders, as well as bring in new students to the district. Those students who are returning to Los Lunas Schools will enter classes they have never been in before with new teachers and new friendships to be made. School buses are moving through the streets again and school children are visible everywhere walking to school or being dropped off by parents. It is an exciting and challenging time for everyone. This new school year, Los Lunas Schools will continue along the course we began five years ago utilizing the same instructional models, materials and curricula that was put into place at that time. The math and reading curricula is research-based and data-proven for results. Academic achievement data at the elementary level demonstrates a trend line that shows consistent academic progress over a fiveyear period. Three of our elementary schools are currently testing above the national norm with the majority of the others testing at or slightly below the national norm. Our high schools continue to improve but are not yet where we want them to be. Although we do have students who leave our high schools to attend the most prestigious colleges and universities in the country, the overall data coming out of our high schools continues to need work. That is why we entered into the aggressive and challenging work of reforming our high schools, again, using research-based and data-proven models of high school reform. We will continue for the second year to move forward with implementing and successfully tailoring these models to fit our own high schools. Despite continuing budgetary cuts from the State and Federal Government that funds public schools, we will continue to function at a level that is more productive and effective than when we were funded at much higher levels. With less teachers, administrators and support staff we are committed to never falling behind in the education that we deliver to our students. With less materials, software and equipment we will do everything in our power to ensure that the students of Los Lunas Schools will not fall behind those students enrolled in other public and private schools. We will not let the negative media attention focused on our schools and other schools around the state take our attention from those students who need us and want to learn. Los Lunas Schools is prepared for this new school year with all of the rewards and challenges it will offer us. On behalf of the Los Lunas Schools Board of Education, Administration, Teaching and Support Staff, have a safe and productive new School Year.

LOS LUNAS IS OFFERING MORE HIGH SCHOOL CHOICES…

Los Lunas Schools Distance Learning Academy
The Los Lunas Distance Learning Academy is an opportunity for families to take advantage of blending classroom instruction with home school instruction, allowing students to benefit from both group and one-on-one approaches and online instruction that increases student success. Students employ “distance learning” via remote home computer connections to login and receive instruction with our web-based curriculum. On Monday’s, students will participate in math lab, language arts lab, small group instruction and one-on-one tutoring. Physical Education will also be offered on Monday’s to those students who need to complete the PE requirement. Students are also encouraged to enroll in Dual Credit or Concurrent Enrollment courses at UNM-VC and receive college and high school credit simultaneously. The Distance Learning Academy will assess students using MAP (Measurement of Academic Performance) in order to meet student’s individualized needs in math and language arts. In addition, assessments tied to the online curriculum allow teachers to assist students to achieve 70% mastery with the online learning platform that is available to them 24 hours seven days a week. Students must become efficient managers of time and effort to achieve 100% completion of their assigned coursework within the Distance Learning Academy’s semester and yearly time frame. Parent/guardian participation and support are needed and encouraged.

BOARD OF EDUCATION
Christopher D. Martinez, President Charles Tabet, Vice President Kelly Chavez, Secretary Shaun Gibson, Member Robert Archuletta, Member District 3 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5

Bernard R. Saiz Superintendent Los Lunas Schools

ADMINISTRATION
119 Luna Avenue PO Drawer 1300 Los Lunas, NM 87031 505-865-9636 www.llschools.net
Bernard R. Saiz, Superintendent Curriculum, Instruction & Special Services
Deborah Dominguez-Clark, Assistant Superintendent 112 Meadow Lake Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-9652 Fax: 505-865-7364 Elena Trodden, Principal Cassie Sena-Jennings, Secretary

SCHOOL SITES
ANN PARISH ELEMENTARY (K-6)
423 Main St, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-7273 Fax: 505-865-9742 Victoria Baca, Principal Cathy Jojola, Secretary

LOS LUNAS MIDDLE SCHOOL (7-8)

1390 W. Bosque Loop, Bosque Farms, NM 87068 Ph: 505-869-2646 Fax: 505-869-5146 Cindy Philips, Principal Kristine Chavez, Secretary 32 Sun Valley Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-866-2153 Fax: 505-866-8064 Wilson Holland, Principal Valerie Holliday, Secretary

BOSQUE FARMS ELEMENTARY (K-6)

3645 Highway 47, Peralta, NM 87042 Ph: 505-869-2679 Fax: 505-869-5428 Dawn Apodaca, Principal Darlene Jaramillo, Secretary

PERALTA ELEMENTARY (K-6)

Staff & Student Services Finance

Dana Sanders, Assistant Superintendent Claire Cieremans, Chief Finance Officer

CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL (9-12 Alternative)

Operations

454 Coronado St NE, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-866-0456 Fax: 505-866-2166 Barbara Carrillo, Interim Principal Cathy Casaus, Secretary

RAYMOND GABALDON ELEMENTARY (K-6)

Ronald W. Williams II, Assistant Superintendent Angela Haney, Director Sanoma Jaramillo, Supervisor Ph: 505-866-2490 Fax: 505-865-4852 Desi Garcia, Director Sherry Young, Supervisor Ph: 505-866-2147 Westside Transportation Center Fax: 505-866-2487 Eastside Transportation Center Fax: 505-866-4764

Student Nutrition

32 Sun Valley Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-1044 Fax: 505-866-2156 Penny Wharton, Principal Julie Casaus, Secretary 32 Sun Valley Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-866-2153 Fax: 505-866-8064 Wilson Holland, Principal Valerie Holliday, Secretary

DANIEL FERNANDEZ ELEMENTARY (K-6) & FAMILY SCHOOL (1-8)

3701 Sundance St SW, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-866-0185 Fax: 505-866-0302 Mildred Chavez, Principal Debora Leyba, Secretary 46 Chacon Rd, Tomé, NM 87060 Ph: 505-865-1102 Fax: 505-865-8995 Felipe Armijo, Principal Kim Pierce, Secretary

SUNDANCE ELEMENTARY (K-6)

Transportation

DISTANCE LEARNING ACADEMY (9-12)

TOMÉ ELEMENTARY (K-6)

49 Camino La Canada, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-866-2488 Fax: 505-866-2485 Diedra Martinez, Principal Gloria Gallegos, Secretary 236 Don Pasqual Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-6223 Fax: 505-866-2159 Samial Morerod, Principal Teresita Chavez-Vigil, Secretary 800 Coronado St SE, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-9313 Fax: 505-866-2151 Valerie Otero, Principal Yamilet Tull, Secretary 1776 Emilio Lopez Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-4646 Fax: 505-565-2847 Dan Padilla, Principal Jane Owensby, Secretary

DESERT VIEW ELEMENTARY (K-6)

111 Monica Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-3017 Fax: 505-866-2169 Julie Crum, Principal Sandra “De” Luna, Secretary

VALENCIA ELEMENTARY (K-6)

KATHERINE GALLEGOS ELEMENTARY (K-6)

310 Bonita Vista Blvd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-565-8755 Fax: 505-565-8762 Colin Taylor, Principal Vivian Garcia, Secretary 22 Marlink Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031 Ph: 505-865-1750 Fax: 505-866-8291 Ron Hendrix, Principal Lupe Garcia, Secretary

VALENCIA HIGH SCHOOL (9-12)

LOS LUNAS ELEMENTARY (K-6)

VALENCIA MIDDLE SCHOOL (7-8)

LOS LUNAS HIGH SCHOOL (9-12)

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LOS LUNAS BACK TO SCHOOL 2011

Valencia County News-Bulletin

Los Lunas Back To School
2011-2012
865-9652 865-1044 866-2488 865-6223 865-7273 866-0456 866-0185 865-1102 865-1750

School Day Hours
School Start End
3:30 pm 3:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 3:30 pm 2:30 pm 2:30 pm Ann Parish Elementary 8:50 am Bosque Farms Elementary 8:50 am Century High School 7:25 am Daniel Fernandez Elementary & Family School 7:50 am Desert View Elementary 7:50 am Katherine Gallegos Elementary 8:50 am Los Lunas Elementary 8:50 am Los Lunas High School 7:25 am Los Lunas Middle School 7:25 am Peralta Elementary 8:50 am Raymond Gabaldon Elementary 8:50 am Sundance Elementary 8:50 am Tome Elementary 8:50 am Valencia Elementary 8:50 am Valencia High School 7:25 am Valencia Middle School 7:25 am

Schools with a Uniform Dress Code
Please call school for specific dress code regulations:
Ann Parish Elementary Daniel Fernandez Elementary & Family School Desert View Elementary Katherine Gallegos Elementary Los Lunas Middle School Raymond Gabaldon Elementary Sundance Elementary Tomé Elementary Valencia Middle School

(formerly Manzano Vista Middle School)
Ron Hendrix, Principal Yvonne Tabet, Asst. Principal Lupe Garcia, Secretary

Valencia Middle School

Student Registration
Valencia Middle School Library (Please adhere to the schedule listed below) Tuesday, 8/2/11 Wednesday, 8/3/11 Thursday, 8/4/11 Monday, 8/15/11 8:00 am - 4:00 pm 8:00 am - 4:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm First Day of School

Uniform Dress Code

Los Lunas Middle School
Victoria Baca, Principal Monica Arguello, Asst. Principal Cathy Jojola, Secretary

Open Houses
Ann Parish Elementary Bosque Farms Elementary Century High School Daniel Fernandez Elementary & Family School Desert View Elementary Katherine Gallegos Elementary Los Lunas Elementary Los Lunas High School Los Lunas Middle School Peralta Elementary Raymond Gabaldon Elementary Sundance Elementary Tomé Elementary Valencia Elementary Valencia High School Valencia Middle School 8/30 9/8 9/22 9/29 9/15 8/25 9/15 9/20 9/12 9/22 8/29 8/30 9/1 9/12 9/26 8/25 6:00p - 7:30p 5:30p - 7:00p 6:00p - 7:30p 6:00p - 7:30p 5:00p - 6:30p 6:00p - 7:30p 5:00p - 6:30p 6:00p - 7:30p 6:00p - 7:30p 6:00p - 7:30p 6:00p - 7:30p 5:30p - 7:00p 6:00p - 7:30p 5:30p - 7:00p 6:00p - 7:30p 6:00p - 7:30p

Colin Taylor, Principal Jason Baca, Asst. Principal/Athletic Coordinator Dave Yates, Asst. Principal Diana Herbst, Asst Principal Diane Silva, Activities Coordinator Vivian Garcia, Secretary Kim Griego, Registrar

Valencia High School

Student Registration
Los Lunas Middle School Office (Please adhere to the schedule listed below) Monday, 8/1/11 Tuesday, 8/2/11 Wednesday, 8/3/11 Thursday, 8/4/11 Monday, 8/15/11 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm First Day of School A-K A-K L-Z L-Z

Student Registration
Valencia High School Cafeteria 8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm-3:00 pm (Students arriving after 3:00 pm will not be processed) A parent or legal guardian must attend registration with their student to sign legal forms on the designated date below: Monday, 8/1/11 Tuesday, 8/2/11 Wednesday, 8/3/11 Thursday, 8/4/11 Monday, 8/8 & Tues, 8/9/11 Monday, 8/15/11 Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Seniors Late Registration (all grades) First Day of School

Uniform Dress Code

Class schedules will not be released until all the below-mentioned paperwork is completed and received: Emergency Form Emergency Medical Authorization Form Technology/Media Form

Distance Learning Academy Los Lunas High School
Dan Padilla, Principal Andrew Saiz, Asst. Principal/Athletic Director Kevin Benavidez, Asst. Principal Leslie Gurule, Asst. Principal Pam Davis, Activities Director Jane Owensby, Executive Secretary Wilson Holland, Principal Valerie Holliday, Secretary

Student Insurance Form Cafeteria Form – this form was mailed to you by the Student Nutrition Department; if you have not mailed in your form, please return it during registration Student Residency Questionnaire Transportation Pre-Registration Form The following information is required prior to enrollment of a new student: Proof of Address (PNM bill or Property Tax bill reflecting both physical and mailing address) Original Birth Certificate Immunization Records Withdrawal Form from previous school Unofficial Transcript from previous school Student IDs and Parking Permits Students will obtain their Student ID as part of registration. The first ID is free of charge, and a $5.00 fee will be charged thereafter to replace the ID. Students with a driver’s license may purchase a parking permit for $10.00. The following documents are required to purchase the permit: Valid Driver’s License, Proof of Insurance, Vehicle Registration, and Current Student ID All student vehicles parked on campus must display a registered VHS Parking Sticker. FRESHMEN ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DRIVE ON TO CAMPUS.

Student Registration
Los Lunas Curriculum & Instruction Office 119 Luna Avenue, Los Lunas 866-8288 8:00 - 4:00 pm Monday - Friday To get your student’s name on the waiting list: Fill out a Pre-Enrollment Form available at the Curriculum & Instruction Office to be placed on the waiting list The student will be scheduled for a Math and Reading assessment Pending satisfactory scores, student will be scheduled for an interview

Student Registration
Los Lunas High School Cafeteria Any Time Between 7:30 am – 11:30 am (Students coming in after 11:30 am will not be processed) Monday, 8/1/11 Seniors Tuesday, 8/2/11 Juniors Wednesday, 8/3/11 Sophomores Thursday, 8/4/11 Freshmen Friday, 8/5/11 Make-Up Registration Monday, 8/8/11 Freshman Orientation—Auditorium—6:30 pm Monday, 8/15/11 First Day of School Please make sure your student comes on their designated date with the following completed documents: Emergency Form (if your emergency card is on colored paper, you must provide immunization records) Cafeteria Form - This form was mailed to you by the Student Nutrition Department; if you did not mail in your form, please return it during registration Immunization Records - If your student is an incoming Freshman, or new to the district, you must provide immunization records Emergency Medical Authorization Form LLS Student Acceptable Use Agreement (Technology Form) LLS Media Waiver/Internet Publishing Truancy Intervention Contract Student/Parent Contract Transportation Form (only if the student rides a bus) New students to the district need to bring the following documents to register: Proof of Address (PNM bill or Property Tax bill reflecting both physical and mailing address) Original Birth Certificate Immunization Records Withdrawal Form from previous school Unofficial Transcript from previous school Student IDs and Parking Permits Students will obtain their student ID as part of registration. Students who have a driver’s license may purchase a parking permit for $10; all vehicles parked on campus must display a LLHS parking sticker. The following documents are required to purchase the permit: Valid Driver’s License Proof of Insurance Current Vehicle Registration Student ID If you are a Renaissance Card holder, the following discounted rates apply—you must have your Renaissance Card with you in order to receive the discount: Gold - $5; Silver - $6; Bronze - $7

High School Student Dress Code
It is the desire of Los Lunas Schools to display to the public at all times a proper standard of conduct, dress, attitude, courtesy, and friendliness on the part of each student, which will be above reproach or criticism. The public will judge our school on the basis of any and all of these characteristics as found in each student at all times. Therefore, in keeping with the above aim, a student’s appearance, mode of dress and/or cleanliness should not disrupt the educational process or constitute a threat to safety. If, in an administrator’s judgment, a student’s appearance, mode of dress, and/or cleanliness is distracting and disruptive to the educational process, or constitute a threat to safety or acceptable standards of sanitation or does not meet the following regulations, the student will be required to make the requested modifications. Prohibited Dress: Clothing, jewelry, or hairstyles disruptive to the learning environment, such as muscle shirts, undershirts, or clothing that is shredded, off the shoulder, low-cut, see-through or too short. Bib overalls must have both straps attached appropriately. No tank tops or spaghetti straps are allowed. Sleeveless are allowed if entire shoulder is covered. Pants worn below the waist in a manner that exposes underwear, bare skin, or which are excessively baggy/saggy. Pants should not be wider than feet are long. Shorts or skirts which are higher than the student’s extended fingers when standing straight. Shirts/tops which expose skin when arms are stretched up to shoulder high. Spandex shorts/ pants, or spandex Capri pants. Clothing, tattoos, or accessories which advertise, display or promote any drug (including tobacco and alcohol), sexual innuendo, violence, weaponry, profanity, hate, ―In memory of…‖ or bigotry towards any group. Headgear of any kind including hats, bandannas, and sunglasses in the building. Accessories including, but not limited to studded bracelets, belts, or necklaces/collars, belt loop or chain wallets, or any type of chain and hairnets. Pajamas/nightwear, slippers No trench coats allowed or other coats longer than top of knee. Consequences for violating student dress standards include immediate change of clothing, student may be sent home, parents may be asked to bring a change of clothing for their student, and/or suspension and parent conference.

Century High School
Wilson Holland, Principal Valerie Holliday, Secretary

Student Registration
Century High School Office 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Students arriving after 12:00 pm will not be processed) Monday, 8/1/11 Tuesday, 8/2/11 Wednesday, 8/3/11 Thursday, 8/4/11 Friday, 8/5/11 Wednesday, 8/11/11 Monday, 8/15/11 Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen & New Students Make-up Registration Schedule pick up 7:30—3:00 First Day of School

Please make sure your student comes on their designated date with the following completed documents: Emergency Form (if your emergency card is on colored paper, you must provide immunization records) Immunization Records Emergency Medical Authorization Form Email Verification LLS Student Acceptable Use Agreement (Technology Form) Student/Parent Contract Truancy Intervention Contract LLS Media Waiver New students to the district need to bring the following documents to register: Proof of Address (PNM bill or Property Tax bill reflecting both physical and mailing address) Original Birth Certificate Immunization Records Withdrawal Form from previous school Unofficial Transcript from previous school Unofficial Transcript from previous school

Valencia County News-Bulletin

LOS LUNAS BACK TO SCHOOL 2011

August 3, 2011 7

Los Lunas Back To School
2011-2012
Los Lunas Schools Supply List Please note: This supply list is general in nature. Please contact your General School Supplies List school to obtain a detailed list as your child’s teacher may require additional supplies .
Kindergarten-6th Grade
1 Bottle of White Glue 2 Glue Sticks 1 Pair of Scissors 2-4 Spiral Notebooks 70 Sheets, Wide-Ruled 1 Box of Crayons 16-24 Count 1 Box of Washable Markers 12 #2 Pencils 1 Large Box of Tissue 1 School Box 1 Backpack or Book Bag Calculator Dictionary Thesaurus

Additional Items for 1st-6th Grade
1 Package of Loose Leaf Paper 200 Count 1 Large Eraser 1 Ruler with Inches and Centimeters Additional Items for 5th-6th Grade 1 Set of Colored Pencil 8 Count 1 Zippered Bag for Pencils 3 Erasable Pens 1 Three-Ring Binder

Middle and High School
Basic Supplies 1 Three-Ring Binder 1 Set of Notebook Divider Sheets 1 Package of Loose Leaf Paper 200 Count 2-4 Spiral Notebooks 100 Sheets, College Ruled 3 Pencils with Erasers 3 Pens 6 Pocket Folders Book Covers Optional Colored Pencils

Please Note Some elective classes may require additional supplies. Teachers will inform students of these needs the first week of school and will work with the students to obtain them.

(505) 866-2490 Physical Address: 1262 Hwy 314, Los Lunas NM 87031 (at District Service Center) Mailing Address: Student Nutrition, Los Lunas Schools, PO Box 1300, Los Lunas NM 87031 Angela K. Haney, SNS, Director 2011 - 2012 PROVISION II LETTER TO HOUSEHOLDS Sanoma Jaramillo, SNS, Supervisor
NEW M E XIC O PUB LIC E D UCATI ON D E PARTM E NT ST UDE NT NU TR IT ION BU REAU PUBL IC RELEASE

Student Nutrition Services

NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM/SCHOOL BREAKFAST PROGRAM
Dear Parents/Guardian: We are pleased to inform you that students at Ann Parish Elementary, Desert View Elementary, Tome Elementary, and Century High School will be offered meals free of charge, regardless of income, through the 2011-2012 School Year unless otherwise notified. All meals served must meet regulations established by the United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA). However, if a child has been determined by a doctor to be disabled and the disability would prevent the child from eating the regular school meal, this school will make any substitutions prescribed by the doctor. If a substitution is needed, there will be no extra charge for the meal. If you believe your child needs substitutions because of a disability, please call us for further information. CONFIDENTIALITY: School officials will use the information on your application only to decide if your child should get free or reduced price meals. We may inform officials connected with Title I and the National Assessment of Educational Progress whether your child is eligible for free or reduced price school meals. They will use this information for funding and/or evaluation purposes. Sincerely, Angela K Haney, SNS …………...

Los Lunas Schools today announced its policy for free and reduced price meals served under the National School Lunch and/or School Breakfast Program. All schools and the central office have a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. The following family size and annual income criteria will be used for determining eligibility: Family Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 For each additional family Member add: Reduced-Price Meals $ 20,036 $ 26,955 $ 33,874 $ 40,793 $ 47,712 $ 54,631 $ 61,550 $ 68,469 + 6,919

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibit discriminating in all its program and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, or disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, generic information, political beliefs, reprisals, or because all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs). Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD). To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice), or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Dear Parents/Guardians:
You must complete an application to qualify for free or reduced priced meals at any Los Lunas School. You may fill out an online application or a paper application. You may use any computer with internet access to fill out the online application. The web address is https://mealapplication.llschools.net, or go to the Los Lunas Schools website (www.llschools.net) and click on “Student Nutrition” on the left side of the page and then click on “Meal Application Online”. Computers to fill out the online application are available at the Student Nutrition Office, the public libraries at Bosque Farms or Los Lunas, and at your child’s school. If you wish to fill out a paper application, please call the Student Nutrition Office to request one. Once your application is processed, our automated messaging system will notify you as to your child’s meal status. You are responsible for paying for your child’s meals until the application is processed. Please allow a minimum of ten days for application processing. Please call our office at 866-2490 if you need further assistance with the application. If you are enrolled in SNAP, TANF or FDPIR you may not have to complete an application to receive free meals. Please call the Student Nutrition Office for more information on these programs. MEAL PRICES FOR THE 2011-12 SCHOOL YEAR: Breakfast Elementary Schools: Paid: Reduced: Middle Schools: Paid: Reduced: High Schools: Paid: Reduced: $1.00 $0.30 $1.00 $0.30 $1.25 $0.30 Lunch $1.50 $0.40 $1.75 $0.40 $2.00 $0.40

Children from families whose income level is at or below the levels shown are eligible for free or reduced price meals. Application forms are being sent to all homes, along with a letter to households. To apply for free or reduced price meals, households should fill out one application for the household and return it to the school. Additional copies are available at the principal's office in each school. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year. The information provided by the household is confidential; it will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility. Information may be verified at any time during the school year by school or other program officials. For the school officials to determine eligibility, each household that is now receiving SNAP benefits (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly the Food Stamp program) or that is on the Family Independence Temporary Assistance Program (FITAP) must provide its SNAP case number or FITAP number as well as the signature of an adult household member. All other households must provide the following information on the application: names of all household members; the social security number of either the parent/guardian who is the primary wage earner, or the adult household member who signs the application, or a statement that the household member does not possess one; the amount of income (before deductions for taxes, Social Security, etc.) each household member receives; how often the person receives the income; where it is from, such as wages, retirement, or welfare; and the signature of an adult household member certifying that the information provided is correct. If a household member becomes unemployed or if the household size increases, the household should contact the school. Such changes may make the children of the household eligible for meal benefits. Foster children who are the legal responsibility of a welfare agency or court may be eligible for benefits. If a household has foster children and wishes to apply for such meals for them, the household should contact the school for more information. Directly Certified Households Households that receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly the Food Stamp program) or FITAP benefits may be directly certified to receive free meals. These households are not required to complete an application, and will be notified by school officials of their eligibility. SNAP and TFAP households should complete an application if they are not notified of their eligibility by 15 August 2011. School officials determine whether households are directly certified to receive free meals based on documentation obtained directly from the SNAP/FITAP office, which will certify that a child is a member of a household currently receiving SNAP benefits or an assistance unit receiving FITAP benefits. Households who are notified of their eligibility but do not want their children to receive free meals must contact the school. Under the provisions of the free and reduced price policy, Angela Haney (Determining Official) will review applications and determine eligibility. If a parent or guardian is dissatisfied with the ruling of the official, he may wish to discuss the decision with the determining official on an informal basis. If the parent wishes to make a formal appeal, he may make either an oral or written response to the following: NAME: ADDRESS: PHONE: Bernard R. Saiz, Superintendent PO Drawer 1300, Los Lunas NM 87031 (505) 865-9636

PAYING FOR MEALS: Federal Government regulations do not allow Student Nutrition to provide meals free of charge to students who do not qualify for free meals. All students have an account set up based on his/her student ID number. Meals can be prepaid to the Student Nutrition cashier by the day, week, month or year. Student Nutrition accepts cash, money orders or personal checks. If you wish to use a personal check, Los Lunas Schools requires that you complete a check application. The application may be obtained from the school secretary or Student Nutrition cashier. You may also pay for student meals online at www.mylunchmoney.com. This site allows parents to set up an account for each child and pay for school meals with a debit or credit card. It works just like paying bills online. You will be able to check the amount of money on your child’s account and see if he/she ate. If interested, please call the Student Nutrition Office for more details. Students may charge up to ten meals at elementary schools, five meals at middle schools, and two meals at high schools. Once the charging limit is met, students will be offered an alternative meal consisting of a cheese or peanut butter sandwich and a juice. Cashiers will be reminding students and sending letters home that the student owes money for meals. Additionally, parents may also receive phone calls from the school cashier or our automated calling system to remind them of their unpaid charges or low account balance. No meals will be allowed to be charged after 30 April 2012. For account balance information, you may call the cashier at your child’s school, the Student Nutrition Office, or check online at www.mylunchmoney.com.
In accordance with Federal Law and the United States Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272, (866) 632-9992 or (202) 720-5964 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

The policy contains an outline of the hearing procedures.
Non-Discrimination Statement: ―In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.” Revised 4/09

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Valencia County News-Bulletin

Los Lunas Bus Stops
2011-2012
BUS # BUS 80 BUS 87 BUS 87 BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS STOP VISTA CEDRO AVE @ CLAUDE RD W. BOSQUE LP @ COTTONWOOD DR W. BOSQUE Lp. @ WILLOW TRAIL WINSTON DR @ GARCIA RD WINSTON DR @ OLD MILWAUKEE WINSTON DR @ WINSTON CT TIME 6:58 AM 6:46 AM 6:45 AM 6:54 AM 6:56 AM 6:53 AM BUS # BUS 8 BUS 84 BUS 82 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 76 BUS STOP SUN VALLEY RD @ YUCCA DR SUNDANCE ST @ RED MESA ST SUNDANCE ST @ SOLITUDE ST TR 40 @ TR 55 TR 70 @ TR 71 TR 74 @ STATE RD 314 TR 80 @ TR 78 VILLA LINDA @ # 118 VILLA LINDA @ ESPEJO RD VISTA HILL N. LP @ VISTA HILL CT BUS # BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 82 BUS 84 BUS 84

LOS LUNAS HIGH SCHOOL
BUS # BUS 83 BUS 3 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 75 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 75 BUS 5 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 42 BUS 42 BUS 42 BUS 42 BUS 88 BUS 88 BUS 88 BUS 88 BUS 88 BUS 88 BUS 18 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 3 BUS 42 BUS 42 BUS 3 BUS 42 BUS 3 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 42 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 42 BUS 18 BUS 83 BUS 42 BUS 42 BUS 42 BUS 42 BUS 3 BUS 3 BUS 11 BUS 11 BUS 75 BUS 11 BUS 88 BUS 88 BUS 75 BUS 11 BUS 75 BUS 5 BUS 88 BUS 11 BUS 11 BUS 88 BUS 88 BUS 5 BUS 88 BUS 3 BUS 3 BUS 3 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS 3 BUS 3 BUS 3 BUS 18 BUS 75 BUS 18 BUS 83 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 83 BUS 83 BUS STOP AMARILLO @ NARANJO ASPEN DR @ ASPEN CT AT& T @ THE TOWER AT&T RD @ CLINGER LN AT&T RD @ YORK LN CALLE DE LLANO @ INDIGO & HIGHLAND MEADOWS BLVD CALLE DE LLANO @ METAL SHOP CANYON RD @ OSHA PL CARSON @ LOS NARDOS DR SE CARSON Dr. @ # 108 (Rak's) CASTILLO ST SE @ CHAMISA AVE SE CEREZA CIR @ MESA VISTA RD CYPRESS GARDENS @ HERMANOS CT. DALLIES RD @ CONEJO RD DALLIES RD @ CORIENTE RD DON PASQUAL RD @ # 1711 DON PASQUAL RD @ TONDRE RD DON PASQUAL Rd. @ # 2526 GRIEGOS RD @ BLYTHE RD NW HIGH MESA RD @ AMY RD HIGH MESA RD @ DAIRY HIGH MESA RD @ HIGH DEAL RD HIGH MESA RD @ JOURNEY RD HIGH MESA RD @ SIESTA RD HIGH MESA RD @ TURNER DR HUNNING RANCH LP W @ LONE TREE ST HWY 147 @ TR 33 HWY 147 @ TR 48 HWY 314 @ # 1619 HWY 314 @ # 1728 HWY 314 @ #1646 HWY 314 @ ANDY'S SMOKE SHOP HWY 314 @ COLONIAL AVE HWY 314 @ CROWNOVER ST HWY 314 @ JAMES ST HWY 314 @ PARK LANE RD HWY 314 @ PARKER CT HWY 314 @ THE PRISON HWY 314 @ TR 82 HWY 314 @ TR 84 HWY 314 @ TR 90 HWY 314 @ WITTWER CT HWY 45 (COORS RD) @ TR 76 HWY 45 (COORS RD) @ TR 78 HWY 6 @ Between Mile marker 18-19 HWY 6 @ DALLIES RD (Livestock Auction) HWY 6 @ DUARTE RD HWY 6 @ EMILIA RD HWY 6 @ QUINTANA RD HWY 6 @ RIVERA RD JUAN PEREA RD @ LUCERO RD LONE STAR RD @ #2276 LOPEZ RD @ AT&T RD LOS LENTES RD NE @ CAMINO DE HIGINIO NE LOS LENTES RD NE @ DANNY GALLEGOS LN. LOS LENTES RD NE @ TAYLOR RD LOS LENTES RD NE @ TRUJILLO RD LOS LENTES RD SE @ FERNANDEZ ST LUSCOMBE DR @ HATHAWAY CIR MANZANO VIEW RD @ LA BAMBA MANZANO RD @ MEADOWLAKE RD (EAST) MEADOW LAKE RD @ FIESTA MEADOW LAKE RD @ MESA VISTA MEADOWLAKE @ HIGH DEAL RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ AMY RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ BUENA VISTA DR MEADOWLAKE RD @ CANYON RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ HOPI AND OSAGE MEADOWLAKE RD @ IGLESIAS MEADOWLAKE RD @ JOURNEY RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ MEADOWLAKE CIR. MEADOWLAKE RD @ NAVAJO LN MEADOWLAKE RD @ PINTO RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ SENORITA MEDOWLAKE RD @ FENIX MEDOWLAKE RD @ LAS VIGAS MORRIS RD @ SHAWN LN SW OTERO ST @ VISTA DR S. LOS LENTES @ # 2750 (By the dairy) SAN PEDRO @ SAN DOMINGO (Store) SAN PEDRO @ SAN JUAN SAN PEDRO @ SAN PABLO SICHLER RD @ AMISTAD LN SW SICHLER RD @ PENNY LN SICHLER RD @ ROSALIE LN SW SIDEWINDER @ # 2264 SPORTSMAN DR @ UTE SUNDANCE @ RED MESA SUNDANCE ST @ SOLITUDE TR 40 @ TR 55 TR 65 @ By the library TR 70 @ TR 71 TR 74 @ # 24 TR 78 @ TR 80 VILLA LINDA @ # 72 VILLA LINDA @ ESPEJO RD TIME 5:42 AM 7:00 AM 6:46 AM 6:51 AM 6:50 AM 5:55 AM 5:48 AM 6:46 AM 6:45 AM 6:47 AM 6:43 AM 6:49 AM 6:52 AM 6:40 AM 6:38 AM 6:54 AM 6:54 AM 6:53 AM 6:49 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:43 AM 6:46 AM 6:42 AM 6:44 AM 6:58 AM 6:26 AM 6:29 AM 6:33 AM 6:34 AM 6:33 AM 6:36 AM 6:45 AM 6:59 AM 6:59 AM 6:46 AM 6:50 AM 6:48 AM 6:40 AM 6:32 AM 6:38 AM 7:00 AM 6:45 AM 6:44 AM 6:15 AM 6:32 AM 6:30 AM 6:25 AM 6:23 AM 6:28 AM 6:40 AM 6:53 AM 6:49 AM 6:49 AM 6:47 AM 6:44 AM 6:47 AM 7:02 AM 6:50 AM 6:23 AM 6:26 AM 6:38 AM 6:37 AM 6:40 AM 6:38 AM 6:35 AM 6:30 AM 6:30 AM 6:40 AM 6:38 AM 6:29 AM 6:27 AM 6:40 AM 6:39 AM 6:41 AM 6:41 AM 6:32 AM 6:43 AM 6:55 AM 6:03 AM 6:01 AM 5:59 AM 6:39 AM 6:37 AM 6:35 AM 6:54 AM 6:44 AM 6:56 AM 6:56 AM 6:25 AM 6:47 AM 6:22 AM 6:20 AM 6:42 AM 6:46 AM 6:45 AM

BUS #

BUS STOP

TIME 6:33 AM 6:34 AM 6:24 AM 6:49 AM 6:39 AM 6:39 AM 6:34 AM 6:30 AM 6:25 AM 6:40 AM 6:38 AM 6:21 AM PM ONLY 6:29 AM 6:32 AM PM ONLY 6:35 AM 6:23 AM 6:47AM 6:48 AM 6:21 AM 6:38 AM 6:32 AM 6:46 AM 6:45 AM 6:45 AM 6:27 AM PM ONLY 6:36 AM PM ONLY 6:28 AM 6:33 AM PM ONLY 6:22 AM 6:41 AM 6:37 AM 6:42 AM 6:23 AM 6:19 AM 6:31 AM PM ONLY 6:40 AM 6:20 AM 6:36 AM 6:37 AM 6:35 AM 6:47 AM 6:44 AM 6:47 AM 6:51 AM 6:50 AM 6:54 AM 6:39 AM 6:48 AM 6:54 AM 6:30 AM 6:43 AM 6:27 AM 7:00 AM 6:58 AM 6:30 AM 6:28 AM 6:57 AM 6:06 AM 6:38 AM 6:36 AM 7:02 AM 6:26 AM 6:25 AM 6:19 AM 7:00 AM 6:24 AM 6:42 AM 6:50 AM 6:48 AM 6:52 AM 6:22 AM 6:36 AM 6:37 AM 6:40 AM 6:42 AM 6:50 AM 6:31 AM 6:29 AM 6:30 AM 6:45 AM 6:40 AM 6:43 AM 6:41 AM 6:40 AM 6:56 AM 6:34 AM 6:43 AM 6:36 AM 6:37 AM 6:38 AM 6:47 AM 6:44 AM 6:39 AM 6:40 AM 6:42 AM 6:46 AM 6:50 AM 6:52 AM 6:48 AM 6:52 AM 6:50 AM 6:35 AM 6:27 AM 6:31 AM 6:30 AM 6:47 AM 6:46 AM 6:26 AM 6:28 AM 6:17 AM 6:33 AM 6:11 AM 6:09 AM 6:19 AM 6:13 AM 6:25 AM 6:50 AM 6:33 AM 6:30 AM 6:31 AM 6:32 AM 6:48 AM 7:02 AM 6:45 AM 6:51 AM 6:16 AM

TIME 6:40 AM 7:00 AM 7:05 AM 6:33 AM 6:31 AM 6:29 AM 6:51 AM 6:45 AM 6:43 AM 6:44 AM

BUS # BUS 79 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 41 BUS 41 BUS 41 BUS 74 BUS 41 BUS 79 BUS 41 BUS 41 BUS 10

BUS STOP # 06 EDEAL RD AIRPORT DR @ JANET CT AIRPORT DR @ PALOMA BLANCA ALGODONES RD @ FORGOTTEN PROMISE LN ALGODONES RD @ HWY 47 ALGODONES RD @ LITTLE LEARNERS AVENIDA VALENCIA @ CELESTE CT. BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ LOS PINOS RD CARMEL RD @ # 64 CHUGHOLE RD @ GUADALUPE DR CHUGHOLE RD @ PARK LN DEHAAN LP @ HABITAT BUS STOP (ACROSS FROM JERUSELUM) BUS 74 DON JACOBO @ RUFINA BUS 86 AM/73PM E. EL CERRO LP @ OTERO RD BUS 52 E. EL CERRO LP. @ # 225 BUS 52 E. EL CERRO Lp. @ # 304 (Pete's Carpet) BUS 52 E. EL CERRO LP. @ JUANITO RD BUS 52 E. EL CERRO LP. @ WINCHESTER LN BUS 10 EDEAL RD @ # 229 BUS 10 EDEAL RD @ # 86 BUS 10 EDEAL RD @ JASON RD BUS 10 EDEAL RD @ PUESTA DEL SOL BUS 80 EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SAN FERNANDO AVE. BUS 77 EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SAN MARTIN AVE. BUS 77 EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SANTA MONICA AVE. BUS 77 EL CERRO MISSION RD. @ # 245 BUS 79 EL CERRO MISSION RD. @ BACA GRANDE BUS 77 EL CERRO MISSION RD. @ SACRAMENTO PL BUS 77 EL CERRO MISSION RD. @ SANTA BARBARA BUS 10 ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ # 63 ENTRADA ARAGON BUS 10 ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ # 73 ENTRADA ARAGON BUS 10 ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ EL CID RD

VALENCIA HIGH SCHOOL

TIME 6:28 AM 6:54 AM 6:52 AM 6:42 AM 6:44 AM 6:43 AM 6:22 AM 6:36 AM 7:03 AM 6:23 AM 6:25 AM 6:55 AM 6:29 AM 6:41 AM 6:44 AM 6:48 AM 6:46 AM 6:42 AM 6:17 AM 6:13 AM 6:15 AM 6:16 AM 6:46 AM 6:53 AM 6:58 AM 7:00 AM 6:49 AM 6:56 AM 6:54 AM 6:38 AM 6:38 AM 6:40 AM

BUS 41 ESPERANZA DR @ EL DORADO LP BUS 79 FIRESTATION Rd. @ GARLEY Ln. BUS 10 HWY 47 @ # 3037 BUS 87 HWY 47 @ # 3632 BUS 74 HWY 47 @ # 3657 BUS 73 HWY 47 @ 3519 BUS 87 HWY 47 @ ANDY Rd. BUS 87 HWY 47 @ CATALPA Rd. BUS 10 HWY 47 @ DOS LOCOS & EL CID BUS 87 HWY 47 @ GONZALES Ln. (Jiffy Lube) BUS 41 HWY 47 @ GURULE (OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE) BUS 10 HWY 47 @ HOB BUS 41 HWY 47 @ HYDE BUS 86AM/41PM HWY 47 @ HYDE LN BUS 86AM/41PM HWY 47 @ LEMONS DR BUS 41 HWY 47 @ LEMONS DR BUS 73 HWY 47 @ LENO'S SMOKE SHOP BUS 73 HWY 47 @ LEX JARMILLO # 3584 BUS 86AM/73PM HWY 47 @ LOS CERRITOS DR BUS 86AM/73PM HWY 47 @ LUCERO LN BUS 10 HWY 47 @ MENARD RD BUS 87 HWY 47 @ MITCHELL Rd. BUS 87 HWY 47 @ MURPHY'S Cir. BUS 86AM/73PM HWY 47 @ OMAR BUS 86AM/73PM HWY 47 @ OTERO BUS 41 HWY 47 @ RALLIERE RD BUS 86AM/41PM HWY 47 @ ROBERTO RD BUS 41 HWY 47 @ ROBERTO RD BUS 87 HWY 47 @ RON'S PLACE BUS 41 HWY 47 @ SMITH LP BUS 86AM/41PM HWY 47 @ SMITH LP BUS 86AM/41PM HWY 47 @ THOMAS RD & ELIAS RD BUS 41 HWY 47 @ THOMAS RD & ELIAS RD BUS 10 HWY 47 @ TOME HILL RD BUS 73 HWY 47 @ TR 1 BUS 73 HWY 47 @ TR 7 BUS 73 HWY 47 @ VALLE GRANDE BUS 10 HWY 47 @ WHITEHOUSE RD BUS 10 HWY 47 @ WILLOW RD BUS 86AM/41PM HWY 47 @ WOLFE LN BUS 41 HWY 47 @ WOLFE LN BUS 41 HWY 47 @ WORSAH RD BUS 10 HWY47 @ RECTOR RD BUS 52 JEROME RD. @ AVENIDA VALENCIA RD BUS 52 JEROME RD. @ PALOMAS & COYOTE LN BUS 10 LA ENTRADA RD @ # 372 BUS 10 LA ENTRADA RD @ CASTULO LN BUS 10 LA ENTRADA RD @ ROMERO RD BUS 74 LA LADERA @ DIEBOLD BUS 74 LA LADERA @ # 124 BUS 74 LA LADERA @ # 179 BUS 74 LA LADERA @ BENNETT BUS 52 LA LADERA @ BLUEHILL RD BUS 74 LA LADERA @ PEANUT BUS 74 LA LADERA @ TRES NINAS BUS 52 LAMBROS LP. @ APPALOOSA DR BUS 87 LILLIE Dr. @ VELVET Dr. BUS 52 LUJAN RD. @ NATHAN BUS 86AM/73PM MARIGOLD BLVD @ ARTISSIMA DR. (for Las Maravillas Unit V) BUS 86AM/73PM MARIGOLD BLVD @ ASPEN TERRACE BUS 41 MCNEW RD @ BONITA DR BUS 41 MCNEW RD @ MCNEW LN BUS 79 MCRAE LP @ ROWE LN BUS 73 MISTLETOE @ APPLEBLOSSOM BUS 74 MOLINA @ ALICIA CIR. BUS 74 MOLINA @ BURGE DR. BUS 79 MOLINERO @ SOQUEL BUS 74 MONICA RD @ TOMATO FARM RD BUS 74 MONICA RD @ VALENCIA RD ( NORTH SIDE OF VALENCIA) BUS 74 MONICA RD @ VEGAS RD BUS 79 MONTEREY Blvd. @ BONITA VISTA Blvd. BUS 52 Mt. LAUREL ST. @ GOLDENROD AVE. BUS 87 N. BOSQUE LP. @ CALLE DE BOSQUE BUS 41 N. EL CERRO LP @ BARBARA LN BUS 41 N. EL CERRO LP @ KELLY LN (east) BUS 41 N. EL CERRO LP @ TERRY LN BUS 52 NANCY ST. @ LAKEVIEW ST BUS 79 ORONA Rd. @ BLACKBERRY Ln. BUS 79 ORONA Rd. @ DELLA BUS 86AM/73PM OTERO RD @ JAYBIRD LP (EAST) BUS 86AM/73PM OTERO RD @ PONDEROSA DR BUS 10 PASITOS DEL CIELO @ CHACON RD. & SHEBA PL BUS 10 PATRICIO RD @ # 89 BUS 10 PATRICIO RD @ RAMON B. CHAVEZ BUS 10 PATRICIO RD @ VALLE LOBO BUS 74 PERALTA BLVD @ # 134 BUS 74 PERALTA BLVD @ CONNELLY RD BUS 74 PERALTA BLVD @ LA ESCONDIDA RD BUS 74 PERALTA BLVD @ MARTHA LN BUS 74 PERALTA BLVD @ ZAMORA LN BUS 80 PRICILLA DR @ VISTA CEDRO AVE BUS 74 QUAIL RUN @ MOLINA BUS 10 ROMERO RD @ ROMERO LN BUS 86AM/73PM S. EL CERRO @ JAEB LN BUS 86AM/73PM S. EL CERRO @ KENNEDY DR BUS 86AM/73PM S. EL CERRO @ RIVENDELL LN BUS 87 S.BOSQUE Lp. @ BRUNO LN BUS 77 SAN FELIPE AVE. @ St. THOMAS AVE. BUS 77 SAN FRANCISCO AVE @ # 11 BUS 77 SAN FRANCISCO AVE. @ SANTA ANA BUS 77 SAN FRANCISCO AVE. @ SANTA BARBARA LN. BUS 77 SAN JOSE PL. @ SAN MIGUEL AVE. BUS 77 SAN MATEO @ SAN DIEGO Lp. (East) BUS 77 SAN MATEO @ SAN MARCOS PL. BUS 77 SAN PASQUAL AVE. @ SAN RAFAEL PL BUS 52 SANDHILL RD @ SANDHILL LN BUS 52 SANDHILL RD. @ LLANO RD. BUS 86AM/73PM SHADOW VIEW RD @ TALAYA CT BUS 10 SILVA RD @ CHURCH LP BUS 79 SUN VALLEY Rd. @ at the church just before 263 BUS 79 SUN VALLEY Rd. @ YUCCA Dr. BUS 73 SUNFLOWER @ WESLEY RD BUS 73 SUNFLOWER @ WILDWOOD LN BUS 10 TAVALOPA @ TAVALOPA BUS 73 TR 10 # 321 BUS 73 TR 10 @ TR 20 BUS 73 TR 12 @ TR 14 BUS 73 TR 2 @ # 113 BUS 73 TR 2 @ TR 22 BUS 73 TR 22 @ TR 6 BUS 73 TR 26 @ TR 28 BUS 73 TR 6 @ TR 4 BUS 80 TURBO RD @ SANDS LP BUS 52 VAISA RD. @ MONICA RD. BUS 74 VALENCIA RD @ # 91 VALENCIA RD BUS 74 VALENCIA RD @ VALLE LINDO BUS 74 VALLE LINDO RD @ CALLE CIELO AZUL BUS 80 VAN CAMP BLVD @ VISTA CT BUS 77 VAN CAMP BLVD @ WARNER BUS 79 VAN CAMP Blvd. @ AVILA Rd. BUS 79 VAN CAMP Blvd. @ LEIDELL Ct. BUS 74 VEGAS RD @ LAS CERCAS

LOS LUNAS MIDDLE SCHOOL

BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 50 BUS 76 BUS 50 BUS 50 BUS 76 BUS 76 BUS 76 BUS 57 BUS 72 BUS 72 BUS 57 BUS 57 BUS 72 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 15 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 72 BUS 8 BUS 76 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 6 BUS 6 BUS 6 BUS 6 BUS 6 BUS 6 BUS 6 BUS 6 BUS 72 BUS 72 BUS 76 BUS 76 BUS 84 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 72 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 50 BUS 50 BUS 82 BUS 72 BUS 82 BUS 72 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 76 BUS 76 BUS 58 BUS 58 BUS 58 BUS 58 BUS 58 BUS 15 BUS 57 BUS 58 BUS 58 BUS 6 BUS 57 BUS 15 BUS 6 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 58 BUS 6 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 57 BUS 72 BUS 50 BUS 8 BUS 58 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 76 BUS 72 BUS 56 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 84 BUS 50 BUS 50 BUS 50 BUS 50 BUS 50 BUS 57 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 56

BUS STOP TIME AMARILLO @ NARANJO 5:36 AM AT&T RD @ CLINGER LN 6:49 AM AT&T RD @ THE TOWER 6:46 AM AT&T RD @ YORK LN 6:48 AM AVENIDA LAS VISTAS @ AVENIDA PASTORAL NW 6:54 AM CALLE DE LLANO @ CHERRY ST. 5:35 AM CALLE DE LLANO @ INDIGO & HIGHLAND MEADOWS BLVD (4 way stop) 5:46 AM CALLE DE LLANO @ METAL SHOP 5:44 AM CALLE DE LLANO @ REGINA LN 5:45 AM CALLE DE LLAO @ ROSADO 5:40 AM CAMELOT BLVD @ GALLAHAD ST (North side) 6:47 AM CAMELOT BLVD @ VALLEY VIEW DR 6:46 AM CAMELOT BLVD @ GOLDEN GATE DR 6:43 AM CAMINO DEL REY DR @ MAESTAS DR. AT THE PARK 6:45 AM CAMINO DEL REY DR @ PANORAMA DR 6:41 AM CANAL BLVD @ DRAKE RD 7:00 AM CANAL BLVD @ ENCANTADA APT. 7:03 AM CANYON RD @ OSHA PL 6:42 AM CARNIVAL AVE NW @ FESTIVAL RD NW 6:43 AM CASTILLO ST SE @ CHAMISA AVE SE 7:06 AM CEREZA CIR @ BUENA VISTA 6:44 AM CEREZA CIR @ MESA VISTA 6:46 AM CERRO CRESTADO DR @ VILLA CONTESSA DR 6:48 AM CONEJO RD @ # 11A 6:38 AM CONEJO RD @ # 62 6:37 AM CONEJO RD @ CORONA RD 6:35 AM CYPRESS BLVD @ HERMANOS CT 6:55 AM DALLIES RD @ # 14 (1st trailer on left) 6:25 AM DALLIES RD @ CORIENTE RD 6:33 AM DALLIES RD @ LLUVIA 6:27 AM DALLIES Rd. @ TURN-AROUND BY TRACKS 6:32 AM DON PASQUAL RD @ # 1711 7:05 AM DON PASQUAL RD @ # 2543 7:04 AM DON PASQUAL RD @ TONDRE RD 7:06 AM EAST WEST DR @ LAWRENCE DR 7:01 AM EDEAL RD @ SUN VALLEY RD 6:38 AM GRANT BLVD @ RIO GRANDE BLVD 6:54 AM GRIEGOS RD @ BLYTHE RD NE 6:52 AM GRIEGOS RD @ WILLOW RD NE 6:53 AM HIGH DEAL DR @ TURNER DR 6:53 AM HIGH DEAL RD @ HIGH DEAL DR 6:52 AM HIGH DEAL RD @ HIGH MESA RD 6:51 AM HIGH MESA RD @ AMY RD 6:55 AM HIGH MESA RD @ DAIRY RD 6:57 AM HIGH MESA RD @ JOURNEY RD 6:54 AM HIGH MESA RD @ SIESTA LN 6:49 AM HIGH MESA RD @ TURNER DR 6:53 AM HIGHLINE DR @ CARRIZO ST 6:42 AM HIGHLINE DR @ COLIBRI RD 6:40 AM HILLSIDE DR @ CRESTVIEW DR 6:56 AM HILLSIDE DR @ MESA RIDGE 6:58 AM HUNING LP W @ LONE TREE ST 6:58 AM HWY 147 @ TR 33 6:34 AM HWY 147 @ TR 48 6:40 AM HWY 314 @ CROWNOVER ST 6:56 AM HWY 314 @ JAMES ST 6:58 AM HWY 314 @ PARKER CT 6:54 AM HWY 314 @ THE HONOR FARM 6:59 AM HWY 314 @ WITTWER CT 7:00 AM HWY 314 S. @ COLONIAL AVE 7:05 AM HWY 314 S. @ PARK LANE SW 7:07 AM HWY 6 @ BETWEEN MILE MARKER 18-19 6:13 AM HWY 6 @ DUARTE RD 6:23 AM HWY 6 @ EMILIA 6:22 AM HWY 6 @ QUINTANA 6:20 AM HWY 6 @ RIVERA 6:21 AM JUAN PEREA RD @ LOPEZ RD 7:08 AM LONE STAR ST @ # 2276 6:36 AM LONESTAR ST @ FIREWHEEL 7:04 AM LOS CERRITOS DR NW @ #1634 (across from the park) 6:50 AM LOS CERRITOS DR NW @ APARTMENTS (2ND ENTRANCE) 6:52 AM LOS CERRITOS DR NW @ MESA CRUZADA 6:44 AM LOS LENTES RD NE @ BLAYLOCK LN 6:50 AM LOS LENTES RD NE @ TRUJILLO RD 6:48 AM MAIN ST @ CALLE DE LAS FAMILIAS 6:36 AM MAIN ST @ CHAVEZ LN 7:05 AM MANZANO VIEW RD @ COBRE LN 6:44 AM MANZANO VIEW RD @ LA BAMBA 6:46 AM MANZANO VIEW RD @ LANG RD 6:43 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ CANADA 6:36 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ FREEDOM WAY 6:54 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ AMY RD 6:50 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ CAROLINO RD 6:37 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ COMANCHE LN 6:38 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ CORDONIZ 6:35 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ FENIX RD 6:48 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ FIESTA LP 6:35 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ IGLESIA RD 6:45 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ HIGH DEAL RD 6:44 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ LANZA CT. 6:40 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ LAS VIGAS 6:43 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ OSAGE DR (N. side) 6:50 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ PAJARO RD 6:46 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ SAXON RD 6:52 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ SENORITA CT 6:47 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ SPORTSMAN DR 6:38 AM MONTARA DR NW @ CERRO CRESTADO DR (West) 6:46 AM MORRIS RD @ SHAWN DR 7:00 AM MT. LAUREL ST @ GOLDEN ROD AVE 6:45 AM MT. SHADOW DR @ CAMINO DE MANZANO 6:40 AM NANCY ST @ LAKEVIEW ST 6:43 AM OTERO ST @ VISTA LARGA DR 7:03 AM PARKVIEW DR @ # 1142 6:50 AM S. LOS LENTES @ THE DAIRY 7:05 AM SAGEBRUSH @ THE HEALTH CENTER 6:27 AM SAN DOMINGO @ THE STORE 5:57 AM SAN PEDRO @ SAN DAVIES 5:52 AM SAN PEDRO @ SAN JOSE 5:54 AM SAN PEDRO @ SAN JUAN 5:55 AM SAN PEDRO @ SAN PABLO 5:53 AM SICHLER RD @ AMISTAD LN 6:55 AM SICHLER RD @ PENNY LN 6:54 AM SICHLER RD @ ROSALIE DR 6:57 AM SICHLER RD @ SCHMIDT PL 6:53 AM SIDEWINDER @ # 2264 6:37 AM SPORTSMAN DR @ UTE CT 6:40 AM STATE RD 314 @ # 1733 6:44 AM STATE RD 314 @ # 1820 6:45 AM STATE RD 314 @ TR 82 6:49 AM STATE RD 314 @ TR 84 6:43 AM STATE RD 314 @ TR 89 6:47 AM STATE RD 45 @ TR 78 6:55 AM

BUS # BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 13 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 21 BUS 17 BUS 21 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 90 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 13 BUS 22 BUS 43 BUS 22 BUS 43 BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 12 BUS 22 BUS 17 BUS 90 BUS 12 BUS 43

VALENCIA MIDDLE SCHOOL

BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 12 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 43 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 90 BUS 7 BUS 17 BUS 23 BUS 43 BUS 90 BUS 17 BUS 13 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 23 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 43 BUS 23 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 90 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 90 BUS 7 BUS 17 BUS 43 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 43 BUS 23 BUS 43 BUS 23 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 21 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 12

BUS STOP TIME AIRPORT DR. @ JANET CT 7:01 AM AIRPORT DR. @ LAVANADA LN 7:02 AM ALGODONES RD @ # 37 6:44 AM ALGODONES RD @ FORGOTTEN PROMISE LN 6:43 AM ALGODONES RD @ HWY 47 6:45 AM APPLE BLOSSOM @ MISTLETOE AVE. 6:10 AM AVENIDA VALENCIA RD @ CELESTE CT 6:30 AM AVENIDA VALENCIA RD @ GERALDINE CT 6:29 AM AVENIDA VALENCIA RD @ JEROME RD 6:31 AM BERRYHILL RD @ # 21 6:44 AM BLACKBERRY LN @ # 07 6:46 AM BLOOM-N-SHINE RD @ ORONA RD 6:40 AM BONITA VISTA @ W.BRAZARO 6:58 AM BONITA VISTA BLVD @ MONTEREY BLVD 6:59 AM BONITA VISTA BLVD @ PACIFICA 6:59 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ LOS PINOS 6:44 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ MORRISON DR 6:42 AM CHUGHOLE @ # 3 6:24 AM CHUGHOLE RD @ GUADALUPE 6:25 AM CHUGHOLE RD @ PARK LN 6:26 AM DEHAAN LP @ JERUSALEM 7:06 AM DON JACOBO RD @ MONICA RD 6:43 AM DON JACOBO RD @ RUFINA DR. 6:42 AM E. EL CERRO @ OTERO RD 6:59 AM E. EL CERRO LP @ CARRASCO RD 7:01 AM E. EL CERRO LP @ JUANITO RD. 7:03 AM E. EL CERRO LP @ WINCHESTER LN 6:59 AM EDEAL RD @ # 126 6:41 AM EDEAL RD @ # 86 6:40 AM EDEAL RD @ JASON RD 6:42 AM EDEAL RD @ PUESTA DEL SOL 6:44 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ BACA GRANDE 6:59 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ CLEARVIEW DR. 6:34 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ GURULE EST. 6:58 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SAN CRISTOBAL PL 6:40 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SAN FERNANDO 6:59 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SAN JOSE PL. 6:43 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SANTA MONICA 6:38 AM EL CERRO MISSION RD @ VAN CAMP BLVD. 6:35 AM ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ # 108 6:49 AM ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ # 52 6:48 AM ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ # 66 6:50 AM ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ # 73 6:50 AM ENTRADA ARAGON RD @ EL CID RD. 6:51 AM ESPERANZA DR @ BEALL RD 6:41 AM ESPERANZA DR @ MURRAY LP 6:39 AM FIRESTATION @ J.D. RD 6:52 AM FIRESTATION RD @ GARLEY LN 6:51 AM FIRESTATION RD @ LOS CERRITOS DR 6:50 AM GOODHEART RD @ JEROME RD 6:49 AM HOMBRE @ PRISCILLA DR 6:59 AM HWY 263 @ #22 (POTTER'S HOUSE) 6:37 AM HWY 47 @ # 3037 6:32 AM HWY 47 @ # 3384 (grace fellowship church) 6:57 AM HWY 47 @ # 3514 (JUST SOUTH OF CAR WASH) BUS 23 PM 6:46 AM HWY 47 @ # 3519 6:41 AM HWY 47 @ # 3570 6:23 AM HWY 47 @ # 3580 6:25 AM Hwy 47 @ #3483 6:31 AM HWY 47 @ #3514 (Just south of Car Wash) #43 AM PM ONLY HWY 47 @ #3567 6:34 AM HWY 47 @ #3610 (PERALTA POWER EQP.) 6:40 AM HWY 47 @ 3657 6:34AM HWY 47 @ ABO RD 6:34 AM HWY 47 @ ANDY RD 6:33 AM HWY 47 @ CATALPA 6:29 AM HWY 47 @ EL CID RD & DOS LOCOS LP 6:33 AM HWY 47 @ ELIAS P. SANCHEZ RD 6:47 AM HWY 47 @ ELIAS RD 6:43 AM HWY 47 @ GONZALES LN 6:35 AM HWY 47 @ GURULE (OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE CHURCH) 6:38 AM HWY 47 @ HOB RD 6:29 AM HWY 47 @ LEMONS DR. 6:46 AM HWY 47 @ LENO'S 6:30 AM HWY 47 @ LOS CERRITOS DR 6:35 AM HWY 47 @ LUCERO LN 6:36 AM HWY 47 @ MURPHY'S CIR. 6:31 AM HWY 47 @ OMAR RD 6:34 AM HWY 47 @ OTERO RD 6:33 AM HWY 47 @ RALLIERE RD BUS 23 IN PM 6:47 AM HWY 47 @ RALLIERE Rd. # 43 AM PM ONLY HWY 47 @ ROBERTO RD. 6:38 AM HWY 47 @ SMITH LP. 6:41 AM HWY 47 @ TOME HILL RD 6:30 AM HWY 47 @ TR 4 6:21 AM HWY 47 @ TR 5 6:32 AM HWY 47 @ TR 11 6:31 AM HWY 47 @ WHITEHOUSE RD 6:31 AM HWY 47 @ WILLOW RD 6:48 AM HWY 47 @ WOLFE RD 6:42 AM HWY 47 @ WORSAH RD 6:41 AM JEROME RD @ IRIS PL 6:33 AM JEROME RD @ PALOMAS RD 6:35 AM LA ENTRADA RD @ # 356 6:45 AM LA ENTRADA RD @ CASTULO LN 6:55 AM LA ENTRADA RD @ ROMERO RD 6:54 AM LA LADERA @ # 179-B 7:01 AM LA LADERA @ CALLE JOSE MOYA 6:57 AM LA LADERA @ DIEBOLD 6:55 AM LA LADERA @ PEANUT 7:00 AM LA LADERA @ SANGRE DE CRISTO 7:02 AM LA LADERA RD @ BENNETT RD 6:39 AM LA LADERA RD @ BLUEHILL 6:38 AM LA LADERA RD @ ED PRES LN 6:37 AM LAMBROS LP @ APPALOOSA DR 6:20 AM LILLIE DR @ GARCIA LN 6:43 AM LUJAN RD @ NATHAN 6:49 AM LUJAN Rd. @ NATHAN PM ONLY MARIGOLD BLVD @ ARTISSIMA DR 7:05 AM MARIGOLD BLVD @ ASPEN TERRACE 7:07 AM MC RAE LP @ MC ROWE LN 6:56 AM MCNEW RD @ BONITA DR 6:30 AM MCNEW RD @ BROOKS LN 6:30 AM MCNEW RD @ MCNEW CT 6:29 AM MOLINA RD @ ALECIA CIR. 6:35 AM MOLINA RD @ BURGE DR. 6:36 AM MOLINA RD @ QUAIL RUN 6:38 AM

Cont’d

Valencia County News-Bulletin

LOS LUNAS BACK TO SCHOOL 2011

August 3, 2011 9

Los Lunas Bus Stops
2011-2012
BUS # BUS 23 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 43 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 86 BUS 23 BUS 14 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 14 BUS 14 BUS 14 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 14 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 14 BUS 14 BUS 14 BUS 14 BUS 14 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 43 BUS 43 BUS STOP ALGODONES Rd. (behind the Giant) AVENIDA VALENCIA @ DON CT AVENIDA VALENCIA @ GERALDINE CT AVENIDA VALENCIA @ ROBERTO CT CHUGHOLE @ ARCADIA CHUGHOLE @ GUADALUPE CHUGHOLE @ PARK LANE DON JACOBO @ RUFINA DON JACOBO @ TRES HIJOS FORGOTTEN PROMISE @ REGER Ct. Hwy 47 @ # 3482 HWY 47 @ # 3483 Hwy 47 @ # 3514 (South side of car wash) HWY 47 @ # 3525 HWY 47 @ # 3552 (Maez Drilling) HWY 47 @ # 3596 HWY 47 @ # 3597 HWY 47 @ ANDY RD HWY 47 @ CATALPA RD HWY 47 @ CRAWFORD CT HWY 47 @ GURULE (Peralta Church) HWY 47 @ JOE'S PHARMACY HWY 47 @ KAY’S HWY 47 @ MURPHY CIRCLE HWY 47 @ VALENCIA RD HWY 47 @ WORSAH LA LADER RD @ # 252 LA LADERA @ # 179b LA LADERA @ # 218 LA LADERA @ # 243 LA LADERA RD LA LADERA @ QUIET LN LA LADERA @ VISTA DEL RIO LALADERA @ BLACK QUAIL RD LALADERA @ REDONDO MARTHA @ PROCTOR MOLINA @ # 98 MOLINA @ BURGE MOLINA @ QUAIL RUN MONICA RD @ TOMATO FARM RD MONICA RD @ VAISA RD MONICA RD @ VALENCIA RD PERALTA BLVD @ CHELSEA PERALTA BLVD @ LA ESCONDIDA PERALTA BLVD @ LA SAMBRA PERALTA BLVD @ SAN FERNANDO PERALTA BLVD @ ZAMORA RD QUAIL RUN @ PARTRIDGE CT QUAIL RUN @ SAMANTHA RIVERSIDE DR @ RIVERSIDE CT SUNFLOWER AVE @ RIVERSIDE DR. SUNFLOWER AVE @ WESLEY SUNFLOWER AVE @ WILDWOOD DR. VAISA RD @ # 30 VaisA RD @ # 4A VALENCIA @ VALLE LINDO VALENCIA RD @ # 22 VALENCIA RD @ # 60 VALENCIA RD @ #102 VALENCIA RD @ CONQUISTADOR CT VALLE LINDO @ # 19 VALLE LINDO @ CALLE CIELO AZUL TIME 8:23 AM 8:09 AM 8:11 AM 8:07 AM 8:11 AM 8:10 AM 8:12 AM 8:23 AM 8:25 AM 8:21 AM 8:26 AM 8:34 AM 8:24 AM 8:28 AM 8:18 AM 8:16 AM 8:31 AM 8:31 AM 8:28 AM 8:30 AM 8:13 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:29 AM 8:19 AM 8:17 AM 8:28 AM 8:25 AM 8:25 AM 8:29 AM 8:26 AM 8:27 AM 8:26 AM 8:25 AM 8:20 AM 8:28 AM 8:35 AM 8:31 AM 8:27 AM 8:29 AM 8:28 AM 8:18 AM 8:24 AM 8:17 AM 8:22 AM 8:16 AM 8:16 AM 8:15 AM 8:13 AM 8:13 AM 8:17 AM 8:14 AM 8:32 AM 8:33 AM 8:22 AM 8:21 AM 8:22 AM 8:24 AM 8:23 AM 8:21 AM 8:19 AM BUS # BUS 72 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 72 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS # BUS 17 BUS 21 BUS 23 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 13 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 17 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 47 BUS 13 BUS 22 BUS 12 BUS 13 BUS 23 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 43 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 21 BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 22 BUS 21 BUS 43 BUS 7 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 22 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 90 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 13 BUS 12 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 23 BUS 12 BUS 21 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 43 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 21 BUS 17 BUS 21 BUS 17 BUS STOP MONTEREY BLVD @ # 85 MONTERY BLVD @ EMILIA N. BOSQUE Lp. @ EATON Pl. N. EL CERRO LP @ BARBARA LN N. EL CERRO LP @ KELLY LN (EAST) N. EL CERRO LP @ LUMAX RD N. EL CERRO LP @ RUIZ LN N. EL CERRO LP @ SED HOOP LN N. EL CERRO LP @ TERRY LN ORONA RD @ BLUEBERRY LN ORONA RD @ COTTONWOOD LN OTERO RD @ # 21 OTERO RD @ JAYBIRD LP (EAST) OTERO RD @ PONDEROSA DR PACIFICA @ W. BRAZARO PATRICIO RD @ LA ENTRADA RD PATRICIO RD @ RAMON B CHAVEZ PATRICIO RD @ VALLE LOBO PERALTA BLVD @ # 134 PERALTA BLVD @ LA ESCONDIDA RD PERALTA BLVD @ LA SOMBRA LP PERALTA BLVD @ MARTHA LN PERALTA BLVD @ SAN FERNANDO PERALTA BLVD @ ZAMORA LN PRISCILLA DR @ FUENTE RD QUAIL RUN @ SAMANTHA RANCHITOS RD @ VALENCIA DR RIVERSIDE RD @ WILDWOOD ROMERO RD @ #20 ROMERO RD @ ROMERO LN S. BOSQUE LP @ PARKLANE DR S. EL CERRO LP @ INSPIRATION (EAST) S. EL CERRO LP @ JAEB LN S. EL CERRO LP @ KENNEDY DR SAN DIEGO LP @ SAN CLEMENTE SAN FRANCISCO AVE. @ SANTA BARBARA SAN FRANCISCO AVE. @ SAN FELIPE AVE. SAN FRANCISCO AVE. @ SANTA ANA AVE SAN MARTIN AVE. @ SAN MARCOS PL SANDHILL RD @ LLANO RD SANDHILL RD @ SANDHILL LN SANDS LP @ TURBO RD. SANTA BARBARA @ SAN ANTONIO SENA LN @ SENA CT SHADOW VIEW DR @ SHADOW DR SHEBA PL @ CHACON RD SILVA RD @ CHURCH LP ST THOMAS AVE. @ # 14 SUNFLOWER @ # 6 SUNFLOWER @ WESLEY TAVALOPA @ TAVALOPA TR 1 @ TR 5 TR 10 @ # 321 TR 10 @ TR 20 TR 12 @ TR 14 TR 2 @ TR 20 TR 2 @ TR 22 TR 2 @ TR 26 TR 26 @ TR 28 TR 7 @ At the park VAISA RD @ MONICA RD VALENCIA RD @ # 136 VALENCIA RD @ # 91 VALENCIA RD @ MONICA VALENCIA RD @ VALLE LINDO RD VALENCIA Rd. @ # 125 VALLE LINDO RD @ CALLE CIELO AZULE VAN CAMP @ WINSTON DR VAN CAMP BLVD @ AVILA RD VAN CAMP BLVD @ CAMPBELL LN VAN CAMP BLVD @ REINO RD VAN CAMP BLVD @ VISTA CT VEGAS RD @ LAS CERCAS VEGAS RD @ MONICA RD VELVET @ LILLIE DR W. BOSQUE Lp. @ COTTONWOOD Dr. W. BOSQUE Lp. @ WILLOW Tr. WINSTON DR @ GARCIA RD WINSTON DR. @ HIGH RD WINSTON DR @ OLD MILWAUKEE WINSTON DR. @ WINSTON CT TIME 7:07 AM 6:57 AM 6:42 AM 6:55 AM 6:54 AM 6:50 AM 6:53 AM 6:57 AM 6:56 AM 6:42 AM 6:48 AM 6:32 AM 6:29 AM 6:31 AM 7:00 AM 6:42 AM 6:40 AM 6:41 AM 6:53 AM 6:51 AM 6:47 AM 6:49 AM 6:50 AM 6:04 AM 7:00 AM 6:34 AM 6:42 AM 6:53 AM 6:52 AM 6:53 AM 6:31 AM 6:56 AM 6:53 AM 6:54 AM 6:50 AM 6:55 AM 5:53 AM 6:57 AM 6:48 AM 7:03 AM 7:05 AM 7:02 AM 6:47 AM 7:03 AM 6:50 AM 7:00 AM 6:38 AM 6:50 AM 6:56 AM 6:55 AM 6:35 AM 6:33AM 6:26 AM 6:18 AM 6:27 AM 6:14 AM 6:13 AM 6:15 AM 6:16 AM 6:39 AM 6:48 AM 7:02 AM 6:58 AM 6:45 AM 6:41 AM 7:00 AM 6:39 AM 6:45 AM 6:49 AM 6:51 AM 6:50 AM 7:01 AM 6:54 AM 6:51 AM 6:44 AM 6:48 AM 6:46 AM 6:54 AM 6:55 AM 6:52 AM 6:54 AM BUS # BUS 87 BUS 87 BUS 87 BUS 52 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 52 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 52 BUS 52 BUS 52 BUS STOP S.BOSQUE LP @ BRUNO LN S.BOSQUE LP @ MARGARET SUNFLOWER @ SEGO LILLIE TR 1 @ TR 5 TR 10 @ # 321 TR 10 @ # 366 TR 10 @ # 94 TR 10 @ HWY 47 TR 10 @ TR 20 TR 12 @ TR 14 TR 2 @ AMERICAN LEGION TR 2 @ AMERICAN LEGION TR 2 @ TR 20 TR 2 @ TR 22 TR 2 @ TR 26 TR 22 @ # 22 TR 6 @ TR 8 TR 7 @ THE PARK TR 7 @ TR 1 VELVET @ LILLIE TIME 8:29 AM 8:28 AM 8:10 AM 8:10 AM 8:17 AM 8:19 AM 8:02 AM 8:21 AM 8:03 AM 8:02 AM 7:54 AM 8:06 AM 7:56 AM 7:55 AM 7:58 AM 8:05 AM 8:14 AM 8:16 AM 8:12 AM 8:20 AM BUS STOP TR 65 @ TR 64 TR 70 @ 71 TR 72 @ TR 70 TR 74 @ STATE RD 314 TR 78 @ TR 80 TR 78 @ TR 82 VILLA LINDA @ # 118 VILLA LINDA @ ESPEJO RD TIME 8:13 AM 7:55 AM 7:53 AM 8:15 AM 8:15 AM 8:14 AM 8:07 AM 8:05 AM

TOME ELEMENTARY
BUS # BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 12 BUS 77 AM BUS 77 BUS 22 BUS 17 BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 22 BUS 41 BUS 22 BUS 45 BUS 45 BUS 45 BUS 45 BUS 10 BUS 10 BUS 45 BUS 10 BUS 77 BUS 10 BUS 10 BUS 45 BUS 10 BUS 17 BUS 45 BUS 77 BUS 77 BUS 77 BUS 77 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 10 BUS 10 BUS 10 BUS 10 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 17 BUS 10 BUS 17 BUS 10 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 12 BUS 41 BUS 41 BUS 22 BUS 90 BUS 90 BUS 41 BUS 41 BUS 41

BUS STOP TIME AIRPORT DR @ HAWK CT 8:03 AM AIRPORT Dr. @ DURAZNO DR. 8:05 AM AIRPORT RD @ SAN FRANCISCO AVE. 8:03 AM DE HAAN LP @ HABITAT (ACROSS FROM JERUSELUM) 8:22 DOS LOCOS LP @ # 33 EL CERRO MISSION RD @ # 234 EL CERRO MISSION RD @ # 337 EL CERRO MISSION RD @ AVILA RD EL CERRO MISSION RD @ BACA GRANDE EL CERRO MISSION RD @ RYDER EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SAN CRISTOBAL EL CERRO MISSION RD @ WARNER ENTRADA ARAGON @ # 35 ENTRADA ARAGON @ # 73 ENTRADA ARAGON @ # 95 ENTRADA ARAGON @ EL CID HWY 47 @ # 3037 HWY 47 @ EL CID HWY 47 @ HOB RD HWY 47 @ RECTOR RD HWY 47 @ TOME HILL RD HWY 47 @ WHITEHOUSE RD HWY 47 @MENARD (LUCY'S PLACE) LA ENTRADA @ # 362 LA ENTRADA RD @ CASTULO LN MAGNIFICO @ # 10 PASITOS DEL CIELO @ CHACON RD PATRICIO RD @ # 89 PATRICIO RD @ RAMON B CHAVEZ PATRICIO RD @ VALLE LOBO PATRICO RD @ # 6 PRISCILLA @ FUENTES PRISCILLA @ HOMBRE Ln. PRISCILLA @ VISTA CEDRO ROMERO RD @ # 20 ROMERO RD @ CASMIRO RD ROMERO RD @ LA ENTRADA RD ROMERO RD @ ROMERO LN SAN FRANCISCO @ MAGNIFICO SAN FRANCISCO @ SAN MIGUEL AVE. SAN FRANCISCO Ave. @ SANTA ANA SAN FRANCISCO Ave. @ SANTA BARBARA N. SAN JOSE PL @ SAN MIGUEL AVE. SAN MARCOS PL @ EL CERRO MISSION RD SAN MARTIN @ EL CERRO MISSION RD SAN PASQUAL @ SAN RAFAEL PL SANTA BARBARA @ ST. THOMAS AVE. SILVA RD @ CHURCH LP ST. THOMAS @ SAN FELIPE TAVALOPA @ TAVALOPA TURBO RD @ AIRPORT RD TURBO RD @ MAIZ CT TURBO RD @ SANDS LP TURBO RD @ TURBO CT VAN CAMP @ AVILA DR. VAN CAMP @ CAMPBELL VAN CAMP @ LIEDELL VISTA CEDRO @ CLAUDE VISTA CEDRO @ SANTA ANNA WINSTON @ ST MICHAEL WINSTON DR @ GARCIA WINSTON DR. @ WINSTON LN 8:15 AM 8:09 AM 7:57 AM 8:14 AM 8:12 AM 8:14 AM 8:03 AM 8:11 AM 8:12 AM 8:14 AM 8:15 AM 8:11 AM 8:09 AM 8:09 AM 8:09 AM 8:06 AM 8:11 AM 8:08 AM 8:07 AM 8:18 AM 8:22 AM 8:05 AM 8:23 AM 8:17 AM 8:16 AM 8:17 AM 8:16 AM 8:08 AM 8:09 AM 8:10 AM 8:17 AM 8:20 AM 8:22 AM 8:18 AM 8:05 AM 8:04 AM 8:05 AM 8:09 AM 8:02 AM 7:59 AM 7:58 AM 8:01 AM 8:07 AM 8:15 AM 8:09 AM 8:12 AM 8:02 AM 7:59 AM 7:57 AM 8:00 AM 8:15 AM 8:12 AM 8:08 AM 8:11 AM 8:10 AM 8:05 AM 8:06 AM 8:08 AM

BUS # BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS 78 BUS 78 BUS 89 BUS 78 BUS 89 BUS 59 Bus 2 Bus 2 BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS16 BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS 16 BUS 78 BUS 59 Bus 2 BUS 89 Bus 2 Bus 2 BUS 78 BUS 78 BUS 78 Bus 2 BUS 78 Bus 2 BUS 59 BUS 78 BUS 78 Bus 2 Bus 2

DANIEL FERNANDEZ ELEMENTARY
BUS STOP EDEAL RD @ # 124 EDEAL RD @ # 204 EDEAL RD @ # 80 EDEAL RD @ JASON EDEAL RD @ PUESTA DEL SOL HIGH DEAL @ HIGH DEAL DR HIGH DEAL DR @ ADIOS LN HIGH MESA @ DAIRY RD HIGH MESA @ HIGH DEAL HIGH MESA @ JOURNEY RD HIGH MESA RD @ AMY RD HIGH MESA RD @ SIESTA RD HIGH MESA RD @ TURNER RD HWY 47 @ # 3140 HWY 47 @ ROBERTO RD HWY 47 @ SMITH LP HWY 47 @ THOMAS RD HWY 47 @ WILLOW RD HWY 47 @ WOLFE LN LAMBROS LP @ APPALOOSA DR MEADOWLAKE RD @ AMY RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ DAIRY RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ FENIX MEADOWLAKE RD @ HIGH DEAL DR MEADOWLAKE RD @ HOPI & OSAGE MEADOWLAKE RD @ JOURNEY RD MEADOWLAKE RD @ LA SIERRA MEADOWLAKE RD @ LANZA CT MEADOWLAKE RD @ LAPPIN MEADOWLAKE RD @ LAS VIGAS MEADOWLAKE RD @ LOS ALTOS LN MEADOWLAKE RD @ PAJARO MEADOWLAKE RD @ PALOMITA LN MEADOWLAKE RD @ PINTO MEADOWLAKE RD @ SENORITA CT PAJARO @ PRIMERO SUNSHINE DAY CARE @ ST RD 263

TIME 7:26 AM 7:24 AM 7:30 AM 7:26 AM 7:24 AM 7:14 AM 7:17 AM 7:20 AM 7:12 AM 7:17 AM 7:10 AM 7:14 AM 7:16 AM 7:23 AM 7:19 AM 7:19 AM 7:21 AM 7:22 AM 7:20 AM 7:17 AM 7:22 AM 7:14 AM 7:10 AM 7:15 AM 7:12 AM 7:19 AM 7:21 AM 7:10 AM 7:05 AM 7:06 AM 7:01 AM

7:11 AM 7:27 AM

BUS # BUS 46 BUS 46 BUS 58 BUS 46 BUS 46 BUS 59 BUS 59 BUS 11 BUS 89 BUS 89 BUS 89 BUS 75 BUS 75 BUS 75 BUS 58 BUS 58 BUS 11 BUS 46 BUS 11 BUS 11 BUS 11 BUS 11 BUS 59 BUS 58 BUS 11 BUS 75 BUS 75

ANN PARISH ELEMENTARY

BUS # BUS 14 BUS 45 BUS 46 BUS 46 BUS 9 BUS 45 BUS 51 BUS 51 BUS 86 BUS 86 BUS 46 BUS 51 BUS 9 BUS 9 BUS 14 BUS 14 BUS 45 BUS 45 BUS 45 BUS 86

DESERTVIEW ELEMENTARY

BUS STOP SAN MATEO (WEST) @ SAN MARCOS # 74 AVENIDA JARDIN BRAZARO AVE @ COSTANCIA DR BRAZARO AVE @ PALO DURO DR DEL REY @ CARMEL EL CERRO MISSION RD @ SAN FERNANDO MOLINERO RD @ SOQUEL RD MONTEREY BLVD @ # 85 MONTEREY BLVD @ BONITA VISTA BLVD MONTEREY BLVD @ CARMEL RD MONTEREY BLVD @ EMILIA LN MONTEREY BLVD @ MOLINERO RD PACIFICA @ CAPITOLA PACIFICA @ CARMEL SAN ANTONIO @ HENDRIX SAN DIEGO LP @ SAN CLEMENTE SENA DR @ SENA CT TOME VISTA DR @ VISTA DE CERRO DR VAN CAMP BLVD @ VISTA CT W. BRAZARO @ CARMEL RD

TIME 7:20 AM 7:23 AM 7:22 AM 7:24 AM 7:27 AM 7:20 AM 7:24 AM 7:27 AM 7:27 AM 7:26 AM 7:20 AM 7:26 AM 7:24 AM 7:26 AM 7:19 AM 7:22 AM 7:26 AM 7:22 AM 7:24 AM 7:21 AM

BUS STOP TIME BONITA LP @ OSHA PL (EAST) 8:18 AM BONITA LP @ OSHA PL (WEST) 8:19 AM CAMINO DE MANZANO @ MT. SHADOW DR 8:13 AM CANYON RD @ MANZANO LN 8:15 AM CANYON RD @ OSHA PL 8:17 AM CEREZA CIR @ BUENA VISTA 8:22 AM CEREZA CIR @ MESA VISTA 8:24 AM COMANCHE LN @ # 75 8:22 AM CYPRESS BLVD @ ALAMOSA LP 8:21 AM CYPRESS BLVD @ HERMANOS 8:23 AM CYPRESS BLVD @ ROGERS 8:25 AM LA BAMBA @ LAS MANANITAS 8:14 AM MANZANO VIEW @ LA BAMBA 8:13 AM MANZANO VIEW @ SIERA VISTA DR 8:12 AM MANZANO VIEW RD @ COBRE LN 8:17 AM MANZANO VIEW RD @ FORTUNA RD 8:19 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ CANADA RD 8:14 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ CANYON RD 8:14 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ CAROLINA 8:23 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ COMANCHE LN 8:20 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ CORDONIZ 8:24 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ FIESTA LP 8:13 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ IGLESIA 8:17 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ MANZANO VIEW 8:15 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ MAYO LP (WEST) 8:25 AM MEADOWLAKE RD @ SPORTS & MEADOWLAKE CIR 8:18 AM SPORTSMAN @ UTE 8:20 AM

BUS # BUS 15 BUS 2 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 8 BUS 2 BUS 2 BUS 8 BUS 8 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 56 BUS 56 BUS 2 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 15 BUS 8 BUS 15 BUS 8 BUS 8

KATHERINE GALLEGOS ELEMENTARY

BUS # BUS 51 BUS 80 BUS 51 BUS 51 BUS 87 BUS 51 BUS 87 BUS 87 BUS 51 BUS 87 BUS 80 BUS 52 BUS 52 BUS 80 BUS 80 BUS 52 BUS 87 BUS 52 BUS 87 BUS 87 BUS 52 BUS 51 BUS 87

BOSQUE FARMS ELEMENTARY

BUS STOP TIME BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ ABO RD 8:09 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ ABO RD 7:49 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ BOSQUE FARMS (BOWL) 8:15 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ JIFFY LUBE 8:14AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ LOS PINOS RD 8:18 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ MITCHELL 8:11 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ MORRISON RD 8:17 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ NOBLE 8:12 AM BOSQUE FARMS BLVD @ SAM'S BUTCHER 8:12 AM CHUGHOLE RD @ SUTTON LN 8:24 AM ESPERANZA @ BEALL ST 8:30 AM HWY 47 @ # 3500 7:59 AM HWY 47 @ # 3519 8:09 AM HWY 47 @ # 3522 8:10 AM HWY 47 @ 3584 8:11 AM HWY 47 @ LENO'S 8:05 AM HWY 47 @ PLEASANT LN 8:19 AM HWY 47 @ TR 5 8:08 AM MC NEW RD @ BONITA 8:26 AM MC NEW RD @ MC NEW LN 8:25 AM N. BOSQUE LP @ RANCHERO (ASSEMBLY DAY CARE)8:18 AM RANCHITOS RD @ VALENCIA DR 8:17 AM S. BOSQUE LP @ WINCHESTER 8:30 AM

BUS # BUS 50 BUS 3 BUS 57 BUS 3 BUS 57 BUS 88 BUS 3 BUS 5 BUS 3 BUS 50 BUS 5 BUS 5 BUS 5 BUS 5 BUS 88 BUS 50 BUS 3 BUS 5

TIME BUS STOP AVENIDA LAS VISTAS @ AVENIDA PASTORAL 8:10 AM AVENIDA SERENA @ AVENIDA ESPLENDIDA 8:24 AM CAMINO DEL REY @ MAESTAS 8:27 AM CAMINO DEL REY @ PANDA DR SW 8:25 AM CAPITAN ST. @ CARRIZO ST 8:05 AM CARNIVAL AVE @ FESTIVAL RD (West end of Carnival) 8:19 AM CARRIZO ST NW @ COLIBRI AVE 8:18 AM CERRO CRESTADO @ CRESTADO DR 8:12 AM CERRO CRESTADO @ VILLA CONTESSA 8:11 AM DON PASQUAL RD @ # 2543 8:22 AM DON PASQUAL RD @ # 1701 8:19 AM DON PASQUAL RD @ # 1711 8:20 AM DON PASQUAL RD @ # 524 8:23 AM ENTRADA DR @ MAESTAS 8:23 AM GOLDEN GATE @ LITTLE WINGS LP 8:30 AM HIGH LINE DR @ COLIBRI RD 8:20 AM HWY 314 @ CROWNOWVER 8:26 AM HWY 314 @ JAMES ST 8:28 AM HWY 314 @ PARKER Ct. 8:24 AM HWY 314 @ WITTWER CT 8:30 AM LOS CERRITOS @ # 450 (NORTH ENTRANCE) 8:08 AM LOS CERRITOS DR @ # 1634 8:14 AM MAIN St. @ Calle De Las Familias 8:33 AM MESA LOOP NW @ # 1148 (between the white fence) 8:08 AM MONTARA DR @ CERRO CRESTADO 8:10 AM LOS LUNAS ELEMENTARY BUS STOP TIME CARSON @ PINE 8:23 AM CARSON DR @ LOS CLAVELES DR 8:26 AM CARSON DR @ LOS NARDOS DR 8:25 AM CARSON DR @ PINE CT (AM ONLY) 8:27 AM CARSON Dr. @ ARAGON CT SE 8:26 AM CASTILLO St. @ CHAMISA Ave. 8:24 AM EAST WEST DR @ WOOD DR 8:11 AM GRIEGO RD @ WILLOW RD 8:15 AM JUAN PEREA @ LUCERO 8:26 AM LOS LENTES @ MOUNTAIN VIEW 8:25 AM LOS LENTES NE @ # 1650 8:21 AM LOS LENTES RD NE @ BLAYLOCK 8:19 AM LOS LENTES RD NE @ CAMINO DE HIGINIO 8:17 AM LOS LENTES RD NE @ TRUJILLO 8:22 AM LOS LENTES RD SE @ MORRIS RD 8:22 AM LOS LENTES Rd. SE @ LOPEZ Rd. 8:27 AM S. LOS LENTES @ THE DAIRY 8:15 AM TRUJILLO @ # 203 8:24 AM

BUS # BUS 76 BUS 76 BUS 6 BUS 78 BUS 78 BUS 78 BUS 78 BUS 78 BUS 78 BUS 76 BUS 6 BUS 78 BUS 82 BUS 6 BUS 76 BUS 82 BUS 82 BUS 82 BUS 82 BUS 82 BUS 82 BUS 76 BUS 76

RAYMOND GABALDON

BUS STOP CAMELOT BLVD @ GALLAHAD ST CAMELOT BLVD @ VALLEY VIEW DR CAMINO RAEL @ APARTMENTS CANAL BLVD. @ THE ENCANTADA APTS. CANAL BLVD@ PECOS RD GRANT BLVD @ DRAKE RD GRANT BLVD @ RIO GRANDE BLVD HILLSIDE DR @ CANAL BLVD HILLSIDE DR @ CRESTVIEW DR HWY 314 @ PARK LN JUAN PEREA @ KIDS CORNER DAY CARE MAIN ST @ CHAVEZ LN SW MORRIS RD @ SHAWN DR OTERO ST @ VISTA LARGA DR SW PARKVIEW @ # 1142 ROSALIE @ HONDO CT SICHLER @ AMISTAD LN SICHLER @ PHEASANT LN SICHLER RD @ # 1600 SICHLER RD @ PENNY LN SICHLER RD @ SCHMIDT PL VAUGHN ST SW @ GARDEN ST SW VISTA HILL W. LP SW @ VISTA HILL CT

TIME 8:09 AM 8:05 AM 8:10 AM 8:16 AM 8:18 AM 8:24 AM 8:26 AM 8:20 AM 8:22 AM 8:19 AM 8:17 AM 8:30 AM 8:18 AM 8:08 AM 8:07 AM 8:19 AM 8:13 AM 8:15 AM 8:18 AM 8:17 AM 8:10 AM 8:17 AM 8:03 AM

BUS # BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85

SUNDANCE ELEMENTARY

PERALTA ELEMENTARY
BUS # BUS 23 BUS 23 BUS 23

BUS STOP ALGODONES @ # 22 (Little Learners Day Care) ALGODONES @ CALLE SECRETA ALGODONES @ FORGOTTEN PROMISE

TIME 8:22 AM 8:19 AM 8:20 AM

BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 18 BUS 18 BUS 72 BUS 72 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 85 BUS 18 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 81 BUS 72 BUS 72 BUS 81

BUS STOP AMARILLO @ NARANJO AMARILLO @ ROSADO AT & T @ LOPEZ AT&T RD @ CLINGER LN AT&T RD @ THE TOWER AT&T RD @ YORK LN CALLE DE LLANO @ CHERRY ST CALLE DE LLANO @ METAL SHOP CALLE DE LLANO @ REGINA LN CALLE DE LLANOalle @ INDIGO & HIGHLAND MEADOWS Blvd. (4 way stop) CONEJO RD @ # 11A CONEJO RD @ # 55 CONEJO RD @ CORONA RD DALLIES RD @ # 14 (1st trailer on left) DALLIES RD @ CORIENTE RD DALLIES RD @ LLUVIA DALLIES RD @ TURN-AROUND BY TRACKS HWY 147 @ TR 35 HWY 147 @ TR 48 HWY 314 @ # 1619 HWY 314 @ # 1650 HWY 314 @ # 1685 (MARGARET'S) HWY 314 @ # 3001 HWY 6 @ DUARTE Rd. HWY 6 @ EMILIA HWY 6 @ QUINTANA HWY 6 @ RIVERA HWY 6 @ The waste transfer station LONESTAR @ # 2276 LONESTAR @ FIREWHEEL SAGEBRUSH @ HEALTH CENTER SAGEBRUSH @ TR 62 (NEAR HEAD START) SAN DOMINGO @ the Store SAN PEDRO @ SAN DAVIES SAN PEDRO @ SAN JUAN SAN PEDRO @ SAN PABLO SAN PEDRO @ SAN SEBASTIAN SIDEWINDER @ # 2264 ST RD 45 @ TR 76 STATE RD 314 @ # 1653 STATE RD 314 @ CHIWEWE SMOKES SHOP STATE RD 314 @ TR 82 STATE RD 314 @ TR 90 STATE RD 45 @ TR 76 SUNSET LP @ ROADRUNNER LP TR 40 @ TR 55

TIME 7:26 AM 7:25 AM 8:09 AM 8:11 AM 8:08 AM 8:10 AM 7:23 AM 7:30 AM 7:27 AM 7:35 AM 8:03 AM 8:02 AM 8:01 AM 7:54 AM 7:59 AM 7:56 AM 7:58 AM 8:03 AM 8:03 AM 8:14 AM 8:06 AM 8:11 AM 8:23am 8:18 AM 8:15 AM 8:13 AM 8:16 AM 8:00 AM 8:25 AM 8:27 AM 8:07 AM 8:11 AM 7:44 AM 7:40 AM 7:42 AM 7:41 AM 7:43 AM 8:26 AM 8:16 AM 8:11 AM 8:09 AM 8:10 AM 8:09 AM 8:20 AM 8:10 AM 7:58 AM

BUS # BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS 91 BUS 79 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 74 BUS 91 BUS 91 BUS 74 BUS 91 BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS 91 BUS 74 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 74 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 74 BUS 79 BUS 7 BUS 91 BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS 79 BUS 7 BUS 7 BUS 91 BUS 79 BUS 91 BUS 79 BUS 91 BUS 7 BUS 79 BUS 7 BUS 74 BUS 7 BUS 74 BUS 74 BUS 74 BUS 91 BUS 74 BUS 91 BUS 91

VALENCIA ELEMENTARY

BUS STOP BERRYHILL @ BLACKBERRY BLACKBERRY @ # 3 BLOOM-N-SHINE @ COUNTRY ROSE LN BLUEBERRY @ # 8 E. EL CERRO LP @ # 204 (Carrasco Rd) E. EL CERRO LP @ # 224 E. EL CERRO LP @ # 304 E. EL CERRO LP @ JUANITO RD E. EL CERRO LP @ MEADOWLARK E. EL CERRO LP @ OTERO E. EL CERRO LP @ WINCHESTER FIRESTATION @ FIREFALL LN FIRESTATION @ GARLEY FIRESTATION @ JD LN FIRESTATION @ ORONA GURULE ESTATES @ MIGUEL LN HWY 47 @ # 3135 A (RECTOR RD) HWY 47 @ ELIAS HWY 47 @ LOS CERRITOS HWY 47 @ LUCERO RD HWY 47 @ MECHENBIER FARM # 3164 HWY 47 @ OMAR HWY 47 @ OTERO (LUTHERN CHURCH) JEROME @ PALOMAS LA LADERA @ # 119 (AT THE CEMETARY) LA LADERA @ BENNETT LA LADERA @ BLUEHILL LA LADERA @ TRES NINAS LOS CERRITOS @ # 3 N. EL CERRO LP @ # 53 N. EL CERRO LP @ AL RAY (PM ONLY) N. EL CERRO LP @ ALRAY CT (AM ONLY) N. EL CERRO LP @ BARBARA LN N. EL CERRO LP @ J.C. MOBILE HOME PARK N. El Cerro Lp @ Kelly Ln (East) N. EL CERRO LP @ KELLY LN (WEST) N. EL CERRO LP @ LUMAX (AM ONLY) N. EL CERRO LP @ LUMAX (PM ONLY) N. EL CERRO LP @ RUIZ N. EL CERRO LP @ SED HOOP LN (#79 PM) N. EL CERRO LP @ SED HOOP LN (#91 AM) N. EL CERRO LP @ TERRY LN (AM ONLY) N. EL CERRO LP @ TERRY LN (PM ONLY) ORONA @ CAMILLO OTERO RD @ # 21 OTERO RD @ JAYBIRD LP (EAST ENTRANCE) PONDEROSA FARMS @ CAMINO DEL SOL S. EL CERRO LP @ INSPIRATION (EAST) S. EL CERRO LP @ INSPIRATION (WEST) S. EL CERRO LP @ JAEB LN SANDHILL @ SANDHILL LN TOME DR @ SHADY LN VEGAS RD @ HACIENDA VEGAS RD @ LAS CERCAS

TIME 8:08 AM 8:10 AM 8:08 AM 8:06 AM 8:06 AM 8:16 AM 8:16 AM 8:14 AM 8:04 AM 8:17 AM 8:02 AM 8:15 AM 8:14 AM 8:16 AM 8:13 AM 8:12 AM 8:05 AM 8:05 AM 8:16 AM 8:15 AM 8:06 AM 8:13 AM 8:08 AM 8:27 AM 8:24 AM 8:20 AM 8:19 AM 8:21 AM 8:22 AM 8:18 AM 8:18 AM 8:23 AM 8:21 AM 8:19 AM 8:17 AM 8:18 AM 8:18 AM 8:00 AM 8:19 AM 8:04 AM 8:09 AM 8:18 AM 8:11 AM 8:14 AM 8:14 AM 8:12 AM 8:10 AM 8:09 AM 8:22 AM 8:25 AM

10 August 3, 2011

LOS LUNAS BACK TO SCHOOL 2011

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