Resources for Parents


Anti-Racism & Anti-Oppression Portal

To report an incident of racial discrimination against anyone in New Mexico Schools, you can call the ARAO hotline at (833) 485-1335, submit an email, or fill out an incident report form.

U.S. Department of Education Notice

The U.S. Department of Education Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducts audits, investigations, and inspections of educational programs and operations, and has criminal investigators nationwide who conduct investigations of fraudulent schemes targeting the Department’s funds and/or programs. OIG is responsible for protecting the integrity of Federal education programs administered by the Department, ensuring vital funds are used for allowable and intended purposes and in accordance with all applicable requirements. Title IX, Section 9203 of Every Student Succeeds Act requires the Department’s OIG hotline contact information be publicly posted so that any individual who observes, detects, or suspects improper use of taxpayer funds can easily report such improper use.

Click here to access the OIG’s webpage
Click here to report abuse

Equity Council

Each school district in New Mexico is required to establish an Equity Council. Membership on this council should have representatives from school leadership, school staff, students, parents or family members, community members, and members of Nations, Tribes, or Pueblos.

Click here to apply to serve on our Equity Council!

Gifted and Special Education Resources


If you have a question that hasn’t been addressed here or are looking for additional information, reach out to (505) 296-7677 or contact us online, and we’ll connect you with a staff member who can help.

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