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Welcome Coyotes!

Apache Elementary was opened in 1967. The enrollment runs at about 450 students. Apache generally feeds into Kennedy Middle School and Manzano High School. Our school colors are navy blue and gold, and the mascot is the coyote. Our boundaries include homes north of I-40 to Lomas and Marquette east from Juan Tabo to Tramway and the Four Hills community.

In 2006:

Each class turned in one nomination for our mascot. The staff voted on all of the preliminary choices and narrowed them down to the top three choices. The top 3 were voted on by all student body and staff members.

The Coyotes won!

Coyote Howling

Apache Coyote Pledge

I am an Apache Coyote.

I will be responsible and take charge of my own learning and success.

I will work hard, not give up and persevere to achieve greatness.

I can show craftsmanship through reflecting on both my successes and failures.

I honor my own integrity and do the right thing even when no one is looking.

I will make choices that have a positive, respectful impact on the environment and community through stewardship.

Vision Statement

The Apache community will identify and create programs that lead to individualized success developing high achieving, productive citizens in a culturally diverse and ever-changing global community.

Apache Elementary Fast Facts

  • Apache Elementary opened in 1967.
  • Our current enrollment runs at about 400 students.
  • Our school colors are navy blue and gold.
  • Our mascot is the coyote.
  • Our boundaries include homes north of I-40 to Lomas and Marquette, east from Juan Tabo to Tramway and the Four Hills community.