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Girls Soccer Coach

Osta, Maggee
Physical Education Teacher / Head Girls Track Coach / Head Girls Soccer Coach



Felipe Beltran is an Atrisco Heritage Academy graduate of the Class of 2013.  After attending Oklahoma Panhandle University, he has returned to AHA as a Health teacher.  AHA had the chance to interview Mr. Beltran and ask what it was like to be back.


You are the first graduate of AHA to return and teach here. Describe what it is like coming back as a teacher.


It is an honor to be back to the place where it all began for me. It’s always been a goal of mine since I started college in Oklahoma to return to Albuquerque to start teaching and coaching. I'm excited to be back and give back to the community that made me the man I am today.


Do you think students will relate to you because of your alumni status?


I think the students will relate to me since I am from the area. I’ve taken the same steps most of them are taking right now. I went to Mary Ann Binford and Truman before coming to Atrisco Heritage. I know what these kids have faced, are facing, will face and I will be here to help them with anything that might arise.


How do you think the school has changed since you graduated?


The school has definitely changed for the better. For one it's finally complete! My senior year the PAC was still under construction. The school looks great.  A lot of cool feature have been added such as the flags in freshman building, the benches, etc.. The student life is also on the rise. There is a lot more school spirit which, as an alumni, is great to see because it shows the current students are trying to carry on what we started.


What will your focus be during your first year?


My focus during my first year is going to get the kids trust and just get situated as a teacher and coach. I am here 100% for the students but if they don’t trust me its hard for me to help them achieve their academic or athletic goals.


I know you played baseball at AHA. Will you be involved with the baseball team?


I will be involved with baseball. As a matter of fact, I have coached the B legion team the past two summers which has been a great experience not only to get my feet wet but also a way for me to get to know the players that hopefully will be making an impact on the varsity level in the next season or two.


Atrisco Heritage Academy welcomes Felipe Beltran back to Jaguar Nation.


For the first time in school history, tickets for an AHA dance will be sold online.  The Activities Office is working with Albuquerque-based Hold My Ticket as the sales agent for Homecoming 2017: Emerald City tickets.


"We went to online ticket sales this year to increase opportunities for students to buy tickets," said Jessica Martinez, Activities Director.  "Some suggested that two or three weeks at lunch didn't give everyone the opportunity to buy.  This way they can buy any time, day or night, for several weeks."


Tickets will also be sold in the Main Cafeteria the week of the dance.  The numbers, however, are expected to be limited.


"Selling tickets online is much more efficient than in-person sales, said Senior Class President, Joseph Barbara, "because there is less hassle and stress on student council to sell the tickets. Not only this but students do not have to wait in line for such a long time and waste their whole lunch and might not even get a ticket. This way the student can purchase the ticket at their own convenience."


Students will be required to show their AHA ID at the door for admittance and students from other schools must complete a GUEST FORM and present it at the door.  Students and guests are asked to pay special attention to the conditions page within the link.


Tickets have now gone on sale through Hold My Ticket.  For more information, contact Jessica Martinez, Activities Director, at 243-1458, extension 60002.