Sports at McCurdy Charter School
The governor’s office and the NM Public Education Department (PED) announced last month that in order for NM schools to participate in athletics, the school must offer a “hybrid” learning platform rather than just remote learning. Schools would need to work out a hybrid learning plan that works for their school and students and have that plan approved by NM PED. McCurdy Charter School Board voted last fall to remain in remote learning until the end of this school year.
We request that the board vote to enter into a hybrid model based on the new data and mandates from PED. Parents would NOT be forced to send their children to school if they did not feel that their child needed to be on campus. However, students who need support could access through a hybrid school model AND all students would have access to extracurricular athletic programs regardless of whether they attended McCurdy remotely or in a hybrid model. Please sign to request that the McCurdy school board vote to approve a hybrid plan and allow at risk students to receive in person academic support and athletes to compete in sports this year.