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Bill Coker

Superintendent

Hatch Valley Public Schools

HQ Phone:  (575) 267-8200

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Hatch Valley Public Schools

P.O. Box 790

Hatch, New Mexico,87937

United States

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Superintendent

Deming High School


Deming New Mexico


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New Mexico Activities Association

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Bill Coker, Superintendent of Hatch Valley Public Schools;
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Bill Coker, Superintendent of Hatch Valley Public Schools;
Posted in Announcements, Space Industry News | Tags: Aerospace Engineering Program, Bill Coker, Cynthia Nava, Dona Ana Community College, Dona Ana County, Gadsden Independent School District, Gerald Thomas Auditorium, Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce, Hatch Valley Public Schools, Jerry Welch, Las Cruces Public Schools, Margie Huerta, New Mexico, New Mexico Space Grant Consortium, New Mexico State University, Patricia Hynes, spaceport, Spaceport America, Spaceport Community Council, Stan Rounds, Steven Sanchez, Tom Burris, Tom Burton, Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools | Comments Closed


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Superintendent Bill Coker said for the first time since the Hatch flood of 2006, enrollment is up by 20 students.
"It's not by a lot. But that's breaking a cycle after all those years of declining enrollment," Coker said. "We're excited." One elementary school accounts for the increase, in its pre-K and kindergarten, ages three to five. And for the first time in years, Coker said he hasn't seen families and students moving out of the district.


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Hatch Valley Public Schools was already waiting for $135,000 in emergency funding from the state and federal government for expenses after the 2006 floods, said Superintendent Bill Coker.
"They won't give me an answer on (that) until March," Coker said. But with money already needed and little wiggle room, Coker said the proposed state cut would "start affecting kids' education very quickly.


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Hatch Superintendent Bill Coker said while the district hadn't expected growth money, unless there were an influx of students, he expected the reduction to require cutting 2.5 or three teaching positions, achievable through attrition."We will feel the effects of what losses we have right now in next year's budget.We're down 47 students," he said, estimating that would translate into a loss of $300,000 to $350,000 in state funding, "which is a lot of money on our budget, $2.6 million."Coker said while the aftereffects of the flood may have contributed, he said the suffering economy was mostly to blame."Our economy, the way it is, there are not as many jobs, even in the farming industry out here.Things are very tight," he said.


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