Calendar-of-Events

  • Gallup, NM

    Navajo Language & Culture Festival

    Mrs. Nacki's students are going to participate at the district level NL&C Festival in Gallup, New Mexico.

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • David Skeet Elementary

    Cultural Night #2

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Advisory School Council

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Angelo DePaulo Public School Stadium next to Gallup Mid School

    5th Grade Track Meet

    5th grade students are going to the Angelo DePaulo Public School Stadium to participate in the annual Robert Montano 5th grade track meet.

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Library

    Student of the Month Luncheon

    Overall Academic Achievement (Based on student academic performance in reading, writing, and math. This is not part of the Character Counts program)
    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Teacher PDPs are due

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • DSE Cafeteria

    FARMERS' Market

    Food services will be offering the students different fruit and vegetable items for the Farmer's Market during lunch.  Food services will handle all preparation

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Gym

    College-Career Awareness Day-5th Grade Presentations

    5th grade presentations to school..

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • David Skeet gymnasium

    End-of-Year Concert

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Gym

    Preschool Step-Up

    9:30 to 10:30
    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Gym

    5th Grade Step-Up

    12:35 pm to 1:40 pm

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Memorial Day

    No school for students and staff.
    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Last Day of School for Students

    Farewell 2016-2017's school year.
    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Gym

    K-2 End-of-Year Awards Assembly

    8:45 am to approximately 9:45 am
    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Gym

    3-5 End-of-Year Awards Assembly

    10:00 am to 11:00 am
    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Outside

    Field Day

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Training for Teachers with Empower

    Farewell!

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Last Day for Teachers

    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Happy birthday Mr. Z.

    Happy 1
    David Skeet Elementary School
  • Happy birthday Mrs. Smiley

    Happy 21st!
    David Skeet Elementary School
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Vision, Mission, and Motto

Vision:  
  • The loyal LOBO pack devours knowledge, runs down challenges, and howls with pride.

Mission:  
  • The LOBO community will enthusiastically strive for excellence by working together to nurture global citizens.

Motto:  
  • The loyal LOBO pack devours knowledge and howls with pride. So, let’s hear you howl to show your LOBO side!

Semester Bike Winners for Attendance

For the first semester, each student that did not miss a day of school for a month got their names put into a drawing for a bike.  Students could have had their names placed into the drawing in August, September, October,  November, and December 2016,  The winners for the second semester are the following students:

  • Mckallise Francisco-Boys-K-2
  • Kiersten Barton-Girls-K-2
  • Clayton Thompson-Boys-3-5
  • Tiana Tom-Girls 3-5

January, February, March, and April, 2016

  • Garett Skeet-Boys K-2
  • Tom Chatto-Boys  3-5
  • Delijah Whitewater-Girls K-2
  • Trinity Francis-Girls 3-5

August, September, October, November, and December, 2015:

  • Braylon Josley-Boys K-2
  • Onyx Richards-Boys 3-5
  • Cleanna Williams-Girls K-2
  • Makayla Pat-Girls 3-5


January, February, March, and April 2015:

  • Joseph Farris-Boys K-2
  • Aaron Douglas-Boys 3-5
  • Sara Douglass-Girls K-2
  • Desireay Garcia-Girls 3-5


August, September, October, November, and December, 2014:

  • Jonathan Lee-Boys K-2
  • Lamont Whitewater-Boys 3-5
  • Raine Begay-Girls K-2
  • Rachael Tsosie-Girls 3-5

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Gallup-McKinley County Schools (GMCS) recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals regardless of national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment. GMCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or age in its programs and activities. GMCS provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: 504 District Contact—Tim Bond,  505-721-1018; Title IX —Ronald Donkersloot, Director of Personnel, 505-721-1061