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Life-Wise Family Workshops

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Wed Jul 28 08:33 AM

Home Technology Survey
Home Technology Survey

Let us know about your home technology to better serve your students this coming school year.

Tue Jun 29 04:47 PM

School supplies
School Re-Entry and FAQs

Based on the Executive Order Amendment #4, revisions are being made to the Schools Re-entry guidance. A new document will be posted as soon as it is finalized.

Tue Jun 15 01:01 PM

DEC staff reaching great heights!

Two staff members have achieved degrees and are on the honor roll!

Tue Jun 01 02:14 PM

Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

Households who qualify for the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) and are located on Tribal lands can receive:

Up to a $75/month discount on your broadband service and associated equipment rentals, and

• A one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50).

Only one monthly service discount and one device discount is allowed per household. Program rules acknowledge there may be more than one eligible household residing at the same address.

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Contact information regarding the Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) cards:

Contact numbers:
HSD Hotline- 1-800-283-4465
PED Hotline- 1-505-660-4822
FIS number- 1-800-843-8303 (card replacements)
Website links for P-EBT information:
Human Service Department Website
NM Public Education Website
(Pandemic EBT which is under Important information and quick links)


The Seamless Summer Food Program is a great program that gives the Pueblo the ability to provide nutritious free grab an go lunches to all children (18 years and younger) during the summer months (June -August). The Pueblo of Laguna Council in cooperation with the Laguna Department of Education are working together to ensure that our children have access to a healthy lunch while school is out.

Beginning on June 1st, lunch will be served Monday through Thursday, between 10:00 AM and 11:30 AM. The program SSO program ends on Thursday, August 5. There are no income requirements or registration. Any child 18 years or younger may come and eat.

Seama Village and Surrounding Area

Seama Sub-Salt Cedar & Deer Dancer Rd: 10:00 AM -10:20 AM  

Computer Lab: 10:23 AM -10:40 AM

Victorino Residence (Bus Stop): 10:45 AM -11:05 AM

Sunnyside Area (Bus Stop: 11:10 AM -11:30 AM


Casa Blanca Sub, Paraje Village & Low Rent

Casa Blanca -Basketball Court: 10:00 AM -10:30 AM

Paraje -Recreation Hall: 10:40 AM -11:05 AM

Paraje-Mtn. Ash Loop & Laurel Rd. (Low Rent: 11:10 AM -11:30 AM


Encinal. Area and New Laguna Area

Encinal -Recreation Hall: 10:00 AM -10:40 AM

New Laguna -Sweetie: 10:50 AM -11:30 AM


Laguna Village and Sub Area

Laguna Green Acres-Playground: 10:00 AM -10:40 AM

Laguna Village -Computer Lab: 10:50 AM -10:05 AM

Laguna Tribal Bldg. (Bus Stop: 11:10 AM -11:30 AM

Mousetown Housing - Rodriguez Residence: 11:20 AM -11:30 AM


Mesita Village, Low Rent & Sub Area

Mesita HUD Homes & Low Rent-BB Courts: 10:00 AM -10:25 AM

Mesita Sub-Basketball Court: 10:30 AM -10:55 AM

Mesita Village -Bus Stop (Wind Mill area): 11:05 AM -11:30 AM


Paguate Village Area

Paguate Sub-Basketball Courts: 10:00 AM -10:25 AM

Paguate Porkchop Hill -Bus Stop:  10:30 AM -10:40 AM

Paguate Village -Recreation Hall:  10:45 AM -11:05 AM


For more information, call Gloria Kowemy, Cafeteria Manager at (505) 552-9200.


Division of Early Childhood • Contact Information

Elizabeth Lucero, Director
(505) 321-8283

Ruth Hidalgo, Program Manager
(505) 321-8490

Gayleen Ruben, Education Manager/Instructional Coach
(505) 280-3656

Patricia Charlie, ERSEA coordinator/Childcare Manager
(505) 235-9286

POL Stay Connected Info

Vision Statement

Academic excellence develops successful life-long learners by demonstrating that we:

  • Create exemplary environments that maximize staff and student satisfaction toward academic excellence
  • Are rooted in love and respect
  • Embrace our history, traditions, and culture by respecting our Laguna perspective to maximize holistic learning and bi-cultural prosperity/success
  • Recognize learning opportunities from infancy through adulthood
  • Encourage and demonstrate community support for self-sufficiency
  • Are the school of choice for Laguna students & parents
  • Are a nationally recognized educational system

Helping People Prepare for Life's Journey


We strive to hire highly qualified teachers for all of our schools. Highly qualified teachers hold a bachelor's degree and a teaching license from their state, and who demonstrate competence in the subject areas they teach.


Technology is harnessed in our classrooms to improve student engagement and effectiveness. Using more than just digital devices, our educators use technology to facilitate interactions between teachers and students.


Our administrators are passionate about children and the education they receive. School administrators embrace the extremely important role of ensuring the system is operating effectively and efficiently.