About Parent Portal

Deming Public Schools has a web based system for you to effectively monitor the progress of your child. Campus Parent provides detailed and real-time information about:

  • your students schedule,
  • attendance,
  • grades ,
  • assignments,
  • fees/payments,
  • academic planner and progress (high school students),
  • to do lists,
  • calendar,
  • reports,
  • District/School Notices.

The portal is available to all parents/guardians who have a student enrolled at Deming Public Schools.

Sobre el Portal

Las Escuelas Públicas de Deming tienen un sistema basado en la web para que pueda monitorear efectivamente el progreso de su hijo. Campus Parent proporciona información detallada y en tiempo real sobre:

  • el horario de tus alumnos asistencia ,
  • Los grados ,
  • asignaciones,
  • honorarios / pagos planificador académico y progreso (estudiantes de secundaria),
  • para hacer listas,
  • calendario,
  • informes Avisos del distrito / escuela.

El portal está disponible para todos los padres / tutores que tengan un estudiante matriculado en las Escuelas Públicas de Deming.

Want Your Parent Log In?

Call or e-mail the RMMS Registrar secretary, Yasmin Rico.

You can reach her by calling the school at 575-546-0668, be sure to ask for Yasmin Rico. Or, send an e-mail asking for a parent log in to Infinite Campus to yasmin.rico@demingps.org

You must have an e-mail address to sign up for the Parent Portal on Infinite Campus.

¿Quiere que su padre inicie sesión?

Llame o envíe un correo electrónico a la secretaria de registro de RMMS, Yasmin Rico.

Puede comunicarse con ella llamando a la escuela al 575-546-0668, asegúrese de preguntar por Yasmin Rico. O envíe un correo electrónico pidiendo que los padres inicien sesión en Infinite Campus a yasmin.rico@demingps.org

Debe tener una dirección de correo electrónico para registrarse en el Portal para padres en Infinite Campus.

Attendance--Reporting an Absence

Parents calling in to report a student absence should call the attendance office at 546-0668 ext. 2304, this can be done at any time 24 hours a day. You may also e-mail an excuse to angela.castellon@demingps.org please include first and last name and dates of absence(s) as well as the reason the student was absent. You may also scan and e-mail doctor’s excuse notes. The absence will be termed unexcused if this process is not followed. Thank you for your assistance in our record-keeping process.

Counselors Corner

16 days ago

On this page, students will find resources for their counseling services and needs. Our counselors not only work to help students schedule courses that will benefit their learning in school at RMMS, but they also provide support and resources to help meet students' mental health needs.

Christina Reyes
7th Grade Counselor

Hortencia Seibel
8th Grade Counselor

Course Electives

When it comes to scheduling your classes, you want to choose options that align to your interests or will help you explore possibilities for your future and learn new skills. Click on the link to see our course elective brochure with information on what is available to you.

Electives                                   Electivos

By changing my thoughts, I am changing my world.

Mental wellness apps students can use on their phones. They can be found in your iOS or Google Play app store.

What's Up

What's Up is a free app utilizing some of the best CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) methods to help you cope with Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Stress, and more!

Calm

Calm is an app for sleep, meditation, and relaxation. It includes meditations, sleep stories, calming anxiety, managing stress, breaking bad habits, happiness, gratitude, self-esteem, and much more.

SuperBetter

Resilience Training. Powered by the Science of Games. Helps build resilience, achieve goals, and tackle challenges including anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain, concussion recovery, and more.

Three Good Things

A happiness journal app that enables you to write down three good things every day to improve your happiness and positivity. 

Happify

Science-based activities and games help reduce stress, overcome negative thoughts, and build greater resilience to improve emotional well-being.

This comes as an app or click here for the website.

Headspace

The app helps you to let go of stress and get a better night's rest. You can learn to relax, have guided meditations, and learn mindfulness techniques to bring calm, wellness, and balance to your life.



Mindshift

Is anxiety getting in the way of your life? This app uses scientifically proven strategies based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you learn to relax and be mindful, develop more effective ways to think and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.

Are you being bullied?

Do you know of a threat to student safety?

Say something!

It's easy and completely confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence and tragedies. Call 911 immediately if you believe you are experiencing an emergency.


You can also download the app on your phone.

Help! Technology is Not Working for Me

16 days ago

Having trouble with your device?

Here's some information and contacts to help you.


Technology Department's Help Desk Info


How-tos and guides

Need to know how to do something for a log-in or program? Click on the link for it.

Haydee Crabb
Our on-site Learning Support Technician (LST) at RMMS is Mrs. Crabb. Students can go see her in room 401 throughout the day when she is available. If you need to get a hold of her to schedule stopping by you can e-mail her or call through the school. Her extension is 2354. Click the icons below for quick links.

IMPORTANT SAFETY UPDATES, District News, and Information

REVISED - PRESS RELEASE: DEMING HIGH SCHOOL REMOTE

Due to the rapidly rising cases of COVID-19 at Deming High School (DHS) and Mimbres Valley High School (MVHS), all students at DHS and MVHS will be in a remote learning setting on Thursday, January 20th and Friday, January 21st. Students will follow their remote Wednesday class schedule on Zoom and as detailed below:

Thursday & Friday (1/20/22 & 1/21/22)


8:20 – 8:50 a.m.

1st Period


8:50 – 9:20 a.m.

2nd Period


9:20 – 9:50 a.m.

3rd Period


9:50 – 10:20 a.m.

4th Period


10:20 – 10:50 a.m.

5th Period


10:50 – 11:20 a.m.

6th Period


11:20 – 11:50 a.m.

7th Period


No other District Schools are affected.

Any questions about the remote model should be directed to DHS at 575-546-2678 or MVHS at 575-543-1049



Deming Public Schools Update: Changes to the School Calendar

Deming Public Schools will continue remote Wednesdays for our secondary schools (6th-12th grades). The remote Wednesdays have provided valuable time to our teachers for planning and student support as well as helping with staff shortages. In order to support student success, the Deming Public Schools Board of Education has approved 5 additional Inservice Planning days for all schools. During these Inservice Planning days staff will attend with no students for planning, professional development, data research, and to develop dynamic lesson plans to support student success.

The 5 additional Inservice Planning days for staff with no students:

January 4, 2022

February 4, 2022

March 4, 2022

March 22, 2022

May 2, 2022

Currently there are 811 secondary students failing at least one class. To improve this, we are implementing Academic Advising Days for Red Mountain Middle School, Deming High School, and Mimbres Valley High School. These days will provide time for teachers to work with small groups of students to review grades, analyze Next Step Plans, ensure students are on track to graduate, and create Academic Contracts to drive rigorous learning for the semester. Below is the schedule for Academic Advising Days:

Red Mountain Middle School:

Wednesday, January 5, 2022-Only 7th grade students will attend school in person for Academic Advising(No Remote Learning this day)

Thursday, January 6, 2022-Only 8th grade students will attend school in person for Academic Advising

Friday, January 7, 2022-7th and 8th grade students will attend school in person

Deming High School and Mimbres Valley High School:

Wednesday, January 5, 2022-Only 11th and 12th grade students will attend school in person for Academic Advising

( No Remote Learning this day)

Thursday, January 6, 2022-Only 10th grade students will attend school in person for Academic Advising

Friday, January 7, 2022-Only 9th grade students will attend school in person for Academic Advising

Deming Intermediate School and Early College High School:

Wednesday, January 5, 2022-Remote Wednesday for all students

Thursday, January 6, 2022-All students attend school in person

Friday, January 7, 2022-All students attend school in person

All 6th-12th grades will continue with remote Wednesdays, January 12, 2022.

Any questions please contact your school or the district at (575) 546-8841.


Deming Public Schools 2022-2023 Instructional Calendar Survey

Deming Public Schools calendar committee is seeking input regarding the development of next year’s instructional calendar, start/end dates, and holiday break schedules. Stakeholder input along with state legislative outcomes will be compiled to develop 3 calendar options for consideration by the Deming Public Schools Board of Education.

We invite students, parents, and Deming Public Schools staff to participate in this 5-10 minute survey. The link to the survey is available on our website at www.demingps.org or the direct link is below:

Survey Link (English and Spanish Version)

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XXRLWYK

The survey can be taken on just about any device, including your cell phone. The survey will close at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, January 31, 2022. Any questions please call (575) 546-8841.


PSA: Digital Ticketing

Deming Public Schools welcomes back spectators as your Lady Wildcats take on Silver City Colts on November 30, 2021 and RMMS Boys take on Snell Middle School on December 2, 2021.   Tickets can be bought digitally through GoFan by searching Deming High School or Red Mountain Middle School.  QR codes will be available at the entrance of all venues for fans who have not purchased tickets prior to arriving at each event.  Masks must be worn at all times except when eating.  Concession stands will be open for spectators at the High School, but no food or drink will be allowed in the gym.  Tables will be set up in the concession area.  Red Mountain will not have a concession stand until further notice.  For questions, contact Deming High School Athletic Department 575-546-8126.


PSA: Bus Transportation

Every Wednesday bus pick up and drop off will be 15-20 minutes early due to secondary schools being in remote learning.  This bus schedule will be in place until further notice. For more information please contact the Transportation Department at (575) 546-8841.


ANNOUNCING: REMOTE WEDNESDAYS

·DEMING INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (DIS)

·DEMING HIGH SCHOOL (DHS)

·MIMBRES VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL (MVHS)

·EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (ECHS)

·RED MOUNTAIN MIDDLE SCHOOL (RMMS)

WHEN: Beginning Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Deming Public Schools (DPS) continues to face critical staffing shortages. We have largely been able to avoid impacts to our students as the result of the outstanding efforts of our administrators, teachers and staff who have gone above and beyond in their flexibility and creativity to cover the gaps. This situation has prevented staff from having the time they need to properly plan and prepare lessons for our students and, in some cases, caused multiple classes to be housed in the gym with limited supervision. As a result, we have made the decision to move DIS, DHS, MVHS, ECHS, & RMMS to a remote setting on Wednesdays beginning November 17, 2021, and until further notice.

Each school has developed a Remote Learning Schedule. We will also offer Grab and Go meals for students to take home for Wednesday remote learning and we will have hotspots available for students who do not have internet at home.

IT TAKES ALL OF US TO KEEP OUR KIDS IN SCHOOL

·Avoid large gatherings (even family gatherings)
·Support your child in wearing their mask correctly ·Wash hands frequently ·Get vaccinated, if eligible ·Do not send your child to if they are symptomatic. ·Do not send unvaccinated students to school if there is a positive in the home.

For ALL schools, please note the following:

·Students will receive credit for attendance when they CHECK-IN at the scheduled Zoom time.

  • If a student does not have access to internet, even with a school provided hotspot, the student will be marked present if the work is completed and turned in; if work is not turned in, the student will be marked absent.

·Teaching Staff will be at their school site and available during the scheduled Zoom sessions to provide instructional support.

·Hotspots will be provided to any student who does not have access to the internet at home.

·Students with disabilities will have the option of attending, in-person, on Wednesday mornings.  Case Managers will be reaching out regarding this option.


Deming Public Schools Student Success

Deming Public Schools continues to ask for public and parental support in encouraging students to attend school on the days they are healthy and physically able to attend. Transitioning from a virtual setting back to the traditional education model has had its challenges. The Department of Assessment, Research, and Student Success is focused on getting students in the classrooms and ready to learn. Student Success Liaisons are assigned to schools across the district to identify students at risk of becoming chronically absent and to identify and remove barriers that may prevent students from regularly attending class.

The New Mexico Public Education Department analyzes districts by their chronic absenteeism rate. Chronic absenteeism is defined as a student not being in attendance for any reason for ten percent or more of the school year. For Deming Public Schools this means that students who miss more than 17 school days are considered chronically absent. Curving chronic absenteeism is important to DPS as students who fall into this category are more at risk to have low and failing grades, repeat grade levels, and have a lower graduation rate than their peers. Also, students who are absent from the classroom for ten percent or more of the school year are more likely to engage in dangerous activities such as substance abuse, delinquency, participate in gang activity and drop out of school completely. Research has proven attendance and achievement to be interrelated. Through improving attendance across the district DPS hopes to reduce the achievement gap and increase school performance.


PSA: Bus Routes

Some bus routes that use South 8th St. may be delayed up to 10 minutes for pick up and drop off due to road construction, starting Monday, September 27.


Substitutes: We Need You!

Deming Public Schools is hiring substitute teachers. “Substitutes are critical to our schools and ensure student learning can continue.  To stabilize our workforce and attract substitutes, we have changed the pay structure.” said Superintendent, Vicki Chávez “Come share your knowledge and invest in our kids!”

·Substitutes will receive $300 after working 10 full days for Deming Public Schools. This is a one-time incentive.

·Class I and Class II Substitutes who substitute in teaching positions on Mondays and/or Fridays from 9/20/2021 – 12/3/2021 will be paid $125 for those days. The substitute must work a full day in a teaching position(s).

·New substitutes hired on or after 7/28/2021 will receive $315 for attending orientation training and completing required observation days. Returning substitutes hired on or after 7/28/2021 will also be paid for attending orientation training.

To apply please visit www.demingps.org and click on “Join Our Team!”.


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