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WELCOME TO SCHOOL of DREAMS ACADEMY

 

We are looking for creative, experienced, and dedicated school teachers and support staff who are excited about STEAM, hands on learning, and designing a 21st century curriculum. With the expansion of our school, we will be looking at adding the following positions:

High School/Middle School – Social Worker, School Counselor, Science Teacher, Licensed Pre K -12 SPED Instructor, Educational Assistant PreK-12th(need to be Certified through NMPED.
Other Positions- Campus Duty Aide

 

Kindergarten registration for next school year has begun. Please pick up registration packet from the Main Administration office.
Items needed for registration are: Original Birth Certificate, Current Shot Records, Any legal guardianship or custody paperwork as necessary. Stay tuned for more information regarding Pr-registration for current SODA elementary students who will be enrolling in grades 1-3 for the 2017-18 school year.

Join our Team, position postings for the 2017-18 School year are listed under the About Us section of this website.

The School of Dreams Academy does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, gender, national origin, ability level, or age. The focus of the school is to enhance student achievement through a rigorous curriculum aligned with the common core standards and utilization of instruction in the arts, literacy, character education, and community involvement through various service learning opportunities.

Canteen Food Service:
Reduced lunch is .40 and regular price is $3.00. Check payments can be made out to School of Dreams Academy, attention Eric Brown through Food Services.
Adults/non-students lunch price is $3.25.

Student character follows the Spartan Code modeled after School of Dreams Academy’s Vision and Mission Statement.

As a parent, you want the best academic environment for your child. Our charter school offers a great academic opportunity for your Pre-K,
Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd graders, as well as, middle school through high school age students. Students will build essential life skills.

  • STEAM model of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (Grades Pre K through 2nd, and 7 through 12).
  • Early College High School, one of the few in the Albuquerque Metro area, enabling high school students to graduate with a Associate degree
  • or higher.

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Upcoming Events & Announcements

  • Half Day Schedule/Snow Day schedule

    Click here to see schedule

  • Robotics

    Robotics will be meeting every Tuesday from 2:30-6pm, Instructor, Shannon Watling.

  • After-School

    Elementary After-School Dance program Tuesday 4:30- 6:30 Call Instructor, Roseanne McNeil at 259-6520, for further info

  • FFA SODA

    FFA SODA Chapter will be meeting the first Tuesday of every month at 2:30.

  • SODA Dance Recital

    Dec 14th SODA Dance Recital, from 6-9pm at the LLHS Auditorium

  •  Next Governing Board Meeting, November 7th, 2017.
The vision of SCHOOL of DREAMS ACADEMY is to stand as the Rio Grande Valley’s pillar of student achievement, character and success.
The mission of the SCHOOL of DREAMS ACADEMY is to graduate students of the Rio Grande Valley who embrace an education that emphasizes science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) while focusing on developing well-rounded individuals with good character ready for post-secondary success.
We are looking for creative, experienced, and dedicated school teachers and support staff who are excited about STEAM, hands on learning, and designing a 21st century curriculum. With the expansion of our school, we will be looking at adding the following positions:
High School/Middle School – SPED Instructor(Prek-12th, licensed), Educational Assistants(licensed through NMPED), Social Worker, School Counselor, Science Teacher. Other Positions- Campus Duty Aide

Starting in July 2017 School of Dreams Academy is offering screenings and evaluations to preschool-aged children between three to five years of age who may have a delay in one or more of the following areas: cognition, hearing, speech, language, self-help motor skills, social-emotional and/or vision. Any parent/guardian who may have concerns regarding their child’s development may call 505-866-7632 to make an appointment for screening. If a child fails the screening in one or more areas, the Child Find Team will schedule a comprehensive assessment. Please call to schedule an appointment, 866-7632.

Call Us: 505-866-7632