Nutritious, Delicious, and Guilt-Free!

SANTA FE, N.M. —New data from the New Mexico Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey 

says 20 to 25 percent of students in Santa Fe admitted to being bullied during 2013. 

Additionally, 8 percent of students admitted to staying home because they were afraid 

to go to school because of a bully. The state average is 6 percent.

Mayor Javier M. Gonzales said, “When 8 percent of our kids are staying home rather than going to school because of bullying, you can’t ignore that! Those are real impacts on Santa Fe families. A lot of parents are not informed about bullying, and it gets worse when our kids are scared to tell us what's going on. Bullying hurts kids on so many levels, and the community impact in school performance, public safety and general well-being presents a critical need that we have to start addressing.”

So If You Want To HELP-These meetings normally are scheduled on the 2nd Wednesday of every month [6:00 to 7:00 PM] at De Vargas Middle School. Everyone is invited to attend and to participate. For more information email "Yvonne C. John", or call her at 505-473-6191.

Let's Make Santa Fe A Better Place For Our Families!

Did You Know SFPS has had a Policy on the Subject for years?

"Freedom from Bullying, Harassment, and Hazing Policy"

Please Review and bring your feedback/comments to the meetings. We are actively 

 working to improve this document and create other formats that will be easier to read and 

distribute to the community.

Oh The Possibilities!