Assessment and Accountability
Dream Dine Charter School uses NMPED mandated assessments including the PARCC (for grades 3+), Science test (for grades 4+) and iStation tests (for grades K-3). The school also tests with the NWEA for grades 4+ and all students are tested using the Office of Dine Language Assessment (ODLA).
Charter School Report Card
The Charter School Report Card for Dream Dine Charter School reflects a “D” grade for AY 2018. School report cards can be seen at http://aae.ped.state.nm.us
Public Release for Community Eligibility Provision re: Breakfast and National Lunch Program
Dream Diné Charter School is participating in a Free Breakfast and Lunch program for the current school year 2018-2019. [The school contracts with Central Consolidated School District which provides the meals served to our students.] This alternative is referred to as the Community Eligibility Provision. All students enrolled at Dream Diné Charter School may participate in the School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program at no charge. Household applications are not required to receive free meals, but applications may be distributed by the school to collect household income data for other programs that require this information.
All students will be served breakfast and lunch at no charge at the following sites: Dream Diné Charter School
For additional information please contact: School Administrator, Dream Diné Charter School, 505-368-2500 or on campus in Building A.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.