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Girls Soccer Coach

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



Eighth grade students coming to Atrisco Heritage Academy High School next year, LISTEN UP: Atrisco Heritage Academy High School will be holding a Success program on the mornings of August 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, from 8 am -12 pm for incoming Freshman.  This is a great opportunity for all you 8th graders coming to Atrisco.  This program is a fun way to meet other incoming freshman and help prepare you for high school.  Space is limited so register soon.


Here is the link to register.


The Black Student Union Rites of Passage Ceremony was held recently at the Sheryl Williams Stapleton African American Performing Arts Building at EXPO NM.


Kina Richardson, Faith EmetohAHA Class of 2017 Senior Faith Crystal Emetoh was the lone Jaguar to receive this highly prestigious honor.  AHA teacher and Black Student Union Club Sponsors, Kina Richardson and Halley Gallardo were on hand to watch Faith Crystal receive her Kente cloth.  Her mother, Mercey Emetoh, pictured in the center, was also on hand for the ceremony.


For more information on the ceremony, read this article on the APS website.  


Congratulations to Faith Crystal Emetoh and her family.


In a ceremony held recently, twenty-four members of the AHA Class of 2017 receive seals from APS and/or the state of New Mexico.  These students will also be honored at the Honors & Robing Ceremony on Monday, May 15th.


According to Mishelle Jurado, AHA Bilingual Coordinator, "The seal is a unique distinction given to students who complete rigorous coursework in Spanish and English that complies with the requirements set forth by APS and the State of New Mexico. They must also compile an extensive bilingual portfolio that reflects on the meaning of what being a bilingual citizen is in our community and country, and demonstrate their linguistic growth in both languages."


The recipients of these seals are:


Alexya Alvarez*

Jesus Zavala+#

Sarai Maldonado+#

Daniel Guzman*

Jovanni Gomez+#

Samuel Rodriguez*#

Yansi Veleta+#

Rigoberto Zavala+#

Elena Herrera+#

Chris Gamboa*

Yolanda Santos Moreno*#

Karla Lopez+#

Jennifer Guzman+#

Clarissa Morales+#

Esmeralda Lara Mendez*

Febely Ibarra+#

Brenda Ortiz+#

Marcela Mendoza+#

Dulce Gomez*

Sonia Macias+

Abril Calderon+#

Isaí Orduño*#

Karina Zavala+#

Priscilla Chacón +


+ APS Spanish Seal of Distinction

* APS Spanish Bilingual Seal

# NM Bilingual Seal


"The students with pride in who they are show us what it means to be from New Mexico regardless if they were born here or not," said Ms. Jurado. "They are planting the seeds of a new type of assessment that demonstrates that our students are complicated individuals, they are much more than a test score, who have much to offer the world around them."


Congratulations to these seal recipients from the Class of 2017.