NMOST Covid Materials

 

NMOST will continue to populate this page with links to our weekly newsletters and to notes from our weekly community listening sessions, along with any other NMOST generated materials during the Covid-19 response.

 

NMOST COVID-19 Weekly Newsletters


Summer Program Guidelines and Resources - Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Presentation from Jess Martinez of the City of Albuquerque and Patricia Baros of the Rio Grande Educational Collaborative (RGEC) on the guidelines and procedures their organizations are using to reopen for in-person summer activities. We also provided links to several on-line guidelines, mentioned an upcoming webinar on the topic from the National Summer Learning Association, and discussed activity guides available via the Mizzen by Mott app and from the Georgia State Afterschool Network.

Video recording of the session

NMOST Powerpoint slide deck

Jess Martinez mentioned that the city has relied on https://campnurse.org/ as a resource.

More information about the Mizzen app can be found here: https://www.mizzen.org/meet-mizzen-by-mott/new-mexico


OST Best Practices: Contingency Planning for Summer 2020 - Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Panel discussion on contingency planning for summer learning programs during the Covid Summer of 2020 featuring Juaquin Moya, founding Executive Director of Horizons Albuquerque; Kristin Leigh, Deputy Director and Director of Administration & Advancement at Explora Science Center and Children's Museum in Albuquerque; Shannon Bay, Program Manager of Adult and Community Engagement for the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe; Russell Baker, Executive Director of NDI New Mexico; and Sara Morales, Associate Director of the STEM Outreach Center at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces. 

Link to recording of panel discussion: https://youtu.be/aKWeUFKYat4

Chat transcript

NMOST Powerpoint slide deck

Presenter slides:


NMOST OST/Child Care Listening Session Calls - Summary Reports

  • March 26, March 31 (call w/ Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales), and April 7 - Summary Report


  
 

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