Operating a high-quality charter school in New Mexico requires strong financial controls and accurate accounting at a minimum, but achieving financial sustainability — especially for new and growing schools — requires more: forward-looking cash-flow analysis, dynamic financial projections, and active advocacy on behalf of charter schools’ interests. Securing or expanding viable facilities that can accommodate growing student populations, planning in advance for changing teacher and staff salaries and benefits, and being responsive to opportunities for local, state, and federal funding are all key to ensuring that schools can maintain their focus on delivering results for the students and communities that depend on them. Axiom Analytics’ team has more than 15 years of experience as school business officials. They support school leaders and boards across the state by providing CFO-level services that help them make critical decisions, balance changing priorities throughout and across school years, and collaborate effectively with stakeholders and funders. In this session, they will discuss how leaders can leverage these and other types of forward-looking services to ensure that their schools don’t just survive from year to year but thrive and grow for the future.
For more information, please contact Katie Rarick, Katie.Rarick@axiomanalytics.org, 505-917-4023.
I am certified in New Mexico as a special education teacher and administrator. I have a case management business where I work with charter schools as a case manager for students with special needs using a remote platform. As a special education case manager, I am a contractor who manages all aspects of the school’s special education compliance and programming. This service will allow you to eliminate special education teaching staff to be used as case management. The scope of work includes:
1. Special Education case management;
2. Special Education compliance;
3. IEP writing and implementation;
4. Ancillary service management;
5. MET Compliance;
6. Inclusion support (modification and accommodation);
7. Student support;
8. Gifted compliance and support;
9. Collaboration with all school staff;
10. IEP progress monitoring and reporting
The benefits to charter schools will include support for all aspects of the special education program for students, support for staff, compliance with special education state and federal regulations, and a lower cost structure for an advanced teacher, not having to provide benefits or retirement to a contracted provider. I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to speak with you if you have an interest in this alternative approach to staffing in your schools.
Contact information: (505)850-9787; firstname.lastname@example.org
Air Quality through HVAC Modifications
Yearout Service has the in-house design and installation capabilities to help you implement the CDC, ASHRAE or Yearout Service recommended modifications to your buildings HVAC system. Our goal is to support you in making your buildings safer for occupants in a feasible way. There is no fail proof way to prevent the spread of COVID-19, however, we can help you achieve up to 95% cleaner, safer air with a combination of the below recommendations.
*Air Exchanges– Increasing outdoor air ventilation rates
*Filters – Quarterly filter changes
*In-Unit Air Purification Systems
- Photohydroionization (PHI) utilizes an advanced oxidation process to create hydro-peroxides, ozonized ions, super oxide ions and hydroxide ions. These systems are specific to HVAC and are 95% effective at cleaning the air before it enters/reenters into your building. PHI systems cost approximately $1,000* per HVAC unit installed. Ongoing maintenance is about $200* per unit, every two years for bulbs.
- Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NBI) utilizes electronic charge to create a plasma field with a high concentration of + and – ions. These ions travel in the air stream and attach to particles, pathogens and gas molecules to make them filterable. This process allows the ions to kill pathogens by robbing them of hydrogen and breakdown harmful VOCs. This system costs about $1,200* per HVAC unit installed and has no ongoing maintenance needs to costs.
When to call Yearout:
Call us with questions about the above information
Call us to provide a customized quote. We’ll evaluate your needs, building set up, and budget
Call us to help support ANY of your HVAC needs – maintenance, air quality, service calls, projects and repairs
*Average cost based on year to date figures. Yearout will provide exact quotes to interested parties based on the specific HVAC equipment at your building.
SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES
Jennifer M. Peña, Ph.D. is the founder of JMPAcademy (JMPAcademy.com), a special education consulting agency whose mission is to provide teachers and administrators with the tools and support they need to ensure every student gets the excellent education they deserve. Dr. Jenn has extensive experience with special education programming and compliance in New Mexico charter schools. Her services include staff professional development, mentorship, coaching, auditing, department organization, and specific guidance in IEP and state compliance. JMP Academy is now able to offer support services for Student Assistance Team, targeted academic and behavioral interventions, and data analysis with intervention recommendations. Her experienced team is dedicated to ensuring schools have the support they need. Jenn and her team are excited to help you and your school improve the learning experience for all students!
ROUNDED IN DELIVERING POSITIVE ENERGY
Cenergy partners with local communities and businesses to develop clean energy projects grounded in resourceful and value-added solutions.
Cenergy’s mission is to spread the economic and sustainability benefits of reliable clean energy projects for local stakeholders.
Cenergy was formed in 2006 by experienced electrical engineers and transactional professionals who were excited about the solar energy movement in California.
Today, Cenergy is a leading national commercial solar developer with over 300MWs of solar experience working with local communities and businesses on value-added solar and solar plus storage solutions.
GCN Training provides online mandated HR, OSHA and Professional Development training for educational institutions. Over 170 tutorials including Bloodborne Pathogens, S. Harassment, ADHD. Check out site.gcntraining.com/info/tutorialsavailable.html for the complete listing of available tutorials or experience our tutorials for yourself, login using the Organization ID of “sample.”
Charter School Capital addresses charter schools’ complex challenges through facilities financing, working capital, enrollment marketing, and other innovative solutions. We’ve invested $2.3 billion in charter schools, serving 1.5 million students in over 800 school.
Our vision is to continue to provide the flexibility, reliability, and stability charter leaders require as they walk their journey to educate more students today — and in the future. When charter schools succeed, we succeed!
Charter School Capital
Contact: Isabella Marenco
Address: 1000 SW Broadway, Ste. 1800 Portland, Oregon 97205
Phone: (877) 272-1001
Ready to learn the value of supplemental insurance? Fifty-eight percent of Americans have less than $1000 to spend on out-of-pocket expenses. How prepared are you? How prepared is your valued staff? Allow your staff the choice to prepare for those unplanned out-of-pocket costs with the help of Aflac. As the #1 provider of supplemental insurance, Aflac can help! There are no fees to establish an Aflac account and it only takes 3 individuals of any policy to form a group (100% employee funded or employer defined contribution). Additionally, as part of the Aflac family, we can offer several complimentary benefits to the school such as administering the Cafeteria Plan/Section 125 of the IRS code documents. Share your needs and I can help offer a solution.
For more information or to set up a personal appointment contact me directly.
Vanessa Sidransky, LCSW, Aflac Regional Account Manager
Cell: (505) 331-7264
Why donate to PNM when you can save 50-70% on your lighting energy costs? Roll those savings into essentials you need, like our UV disinfection or sanitation systems. When you buy our products, your school will be safer, cleaner, and greener. We know we can cut your lighting energy consumption costs because Bright – Lights for Life – manufactures the most efficient LED products in the world. Bright is local – we’re in Albuquerque – and we’re here to help you! www.AbqBright.com
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Amairify is leading the way to prevent and combat existing and emerging bio-threats by implementing a new standard of clean. We provide Air and Surface Protection products and services that keep your facilities safe for staff and students to get back to learning.
RoofCARE is a full-service commercial roofing contractor that specializes in extending the life of existing roofing systems as a cost-efficient and sustainable alternative to premature roof replacement. Our services include roof inspections/diagnostics, leak repairs, preventative maintenance, corrective repairs, service contracts, roof renovation, roof replacement, and wall renovation.
SmartCARE Facility Services, a Division of RoofCARE, is a licensed reseller of Synexis. The Synexis BioDefense system provides automated and continual microbial reduction of air and surfaces. This is accomplished through the deployment of two units, Sphere and Sentry. The Sphere is designed for small areas such as a classroom while the Sentry is designed for larger areas with higher ceilings such as gyms and cafeterias. Both units are powered by standard 120 electricity and can be wall-mounted or remain portable. Designed to operate 24 hours a day. Using ambient humidity and oxygen naturally present in your environment, the technology creates a safe level of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) gas, which reduces unwanted microbial contamination in the air and on surfaces.