The FMS 2023 College Fair is coming! Save the date for Tuesday, March 7, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at Farmington High School. For more information, you can contact Patricia Fine at See you there!
6 days ago, Public Information Officer
2023 FMS College Fair
FMS In The News: Lady Scorps win Gallup Invite with strong defense. By Santiago Ramos Jr., Navajo Times. Class 5A Farmington delivered a quick knockout punch of Class 3A Tohatchi Saturday during the championship finals of the John Lomasney 47th Annual Gallup Girls Invitational. Read more:
about 2 months ago, Public Information Officer
FMS would like to help families with meals during Thanksgiving Break. To pick up a 7-day meal box you MUST REGISTER your students at 👉 Registration closes on November 16 @ 5:00 p.m. 👉 Meal boxes will be available for pickup on Friday, November 18, from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m., at Central Kitchen (305 N. Court Ave. Farmington 87401). Please follow the instructions in the email you will be sent before pickup.
3 months ago, Public Information Officer
From our Student Nutrition Department – FMS, we are celebrating Native American Month in November and we’ll have many delicious options for students during breakfast and lunch, including Blue Corn Mush during the week of November 14. Food will include Pinto beans (November 1), sweet potatoes (November 11 and 18), Navajo tacos (November 16), and Three Sister veggie soup (November 18). Our November “Fresh Pick” is pears, which will be a feature on our menu all month long. One more thing, on November 17, every campus across the district will be serving a Thanksgiving Feast, including a tasty, mini pumpkin pie!
3 months ago, Public Information Officer
Native American Month meals graphic.
FMS, let's continue to highlight and celebrate the diverse and rich culture of Native American people.
3 months ago, Public Information Officer
Native American Month graphic.
Farmington Municipal Schools has partnered with Parchment to provide alumni transcripts and/or process all graduation verification requests. Currently enrolled students, will need to contact their school counselor to request a transcript. For more information, please visit:
3 months ago, Public Information Officer
We are celebrating National School Lunch Week from October 10-14, 2022. This week, our preschools will serve fresh cantaloupes, peaches, pears and strawberries for students during lunch. Our elementaries will serve vegetarian chef salad, delicious roasted creole potatoes, corn on the cob, and tuna salad sandwiches while the middle schools will serve chicken noodle soup, mixed vegetables, and tasty Mexican street corn. Our high schools, for their part, will serve beef stew, cilantro lime brown rice, tomato soup, and fresh broccoli. And those are only a few of the wonderful choices our students will enjoy this week, FMS. This "Peace, Love & School Lunch" is a celebration with more vegetables with every lunch, fresh fruit daily, and entrées that include whole grains & lean protein. National School Lunch Week promotes the importance of a healthy school lunch in a child’s life and the impact it has inside and outside of the classroom. Want to see all of this month’s items? Visit
4 months ago, Public Information Officer
National School Lunch Week in English
National School Lunch Week in Spanish
FMS In The News: Farmington students will square off in junior chef competition this weekend. By Mike Easterling, Farmington Daily Times. A total of 32 students on 16 teams ranging from one to four students each will compete in the inaugural Junior Chef Competition from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Farmington High School, 2200 N. Sunset Ave. in Farmington. Read more:
5 months ago, Public Information Officer
Students that attend a school not listed can still qualify for both breakfast & lunch meals at no cost by filling out and submitting a meal application at
6 months ago, Public Information Officer
Universal Breakfast and Lunch Program Update
August 11, 2022: Farmington Municipal Schools has made several changes to our inclement weather procedures for the 2022-2023 school year. Click here to read more:
6 months ago, Public Information Officer
Let us introduce you to the FMS Equity Council. Our goal is to study information related to student SUCCESS and support HOW to better serve students. Learn more about us here:
8 months ago, Public Information Officer
Farmington Municipal Schools is proud to share the school supplies that will be provided to all FMS students in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade this upcoming year. Each school will distribute the supplies at the beginning of classes. Read more:
8 months ago, Public Information Officer
School supplies lists graphic
Farmington Municipal Schools is now enrolling NEW students for the upcoming school year, including Pre-K. FMS is a great place to learn! Enroll online today at Registration for returning students will take place during the first week of August. Classes start on August 12. See you soon!
9 months ago, Public Information Officer
Pre-K Registration in English
Pre-K Registration in Spanish
New Student Registration in English
New Student Registration in Spanish
Congratulations to Farmington High’s Kayden Gonzales winner of the Class 5A Triple Jump (47’0.25”-state record) at the Western Sky Community Care State Track and Field Championships!
9 months ago, Public Information Officer
We are excited to partner with San Juan County to offer an amazing summer internship opportunity. In partnership with Aztec Municipal Schools, we were able to write a grant to help pay for 100 San Juan County high school student interns, totaling 320 thousand dollars! Students will be matched up with various businesses within San Juan County and be mentored by an Adult Coordinator for the summer. Students will learn valuable employability skills that they will be able to apply on the job for 6 weeks while getting PAID! See our flyer for more details on the internship. If you have students looking for jobs this summer, let them know they can submit an electronic application at DEADLINE is May 26, 2022.
9 months ago, Public Information Officer
2022 Summer Interns Flyer
In just six days you’ll be able to see fun and creative student-created projects in our annual 21CL Technology Expo! Read more about how they’ll demonstrate 21st Century Skills:
9 months ago, Public Information Officer
FMS In The News: State baseball and softball tournaments brackets released by NMAA. By Steven Bortstein, Farmington Daily Times. Read more:
9 months ago, Public Information Officer
Dear FMS educators, We celebrate how amazing you are every day; but this week is special. You change the lives of the children of our communities, and all of us at Farmington Municipal Schools thank you for your commitment to excellence and creativity in bringing excitement to the classroom. In a year where your profession has had to adjust to virtual and in-person classes, or a mixture of both, you have shown great resilience and adaptability to the challenges of educating our children during a pandemic, and you have done a magnificent job! As we take a moment to #ThankATeacher this week, make sure you continue to celebrate with your peers all of the wonderful things that are happening at our district. In closing, know that your investment in the future of our youth is appreciated throughout the community. Thank you, TEACHERS!
9 months ago, Public Information Officer
Image of a student drawing a heart and a message of thank you for teachers.
FMS In The News: Scorpions, Panthers softball teams roll in district doubleheaders. By Steven Bortstein, Farmington Daily Times. Read more:
10 months ago, Public Information Officer
FMS In The News: Farmington, Piedra Vista girls and boys tennis teams come away with big wins. By Steven Bortstein, Farmington Daily Times. The Farmington Scorpions girls tennis team came away with a big win over the weekend, taking the top spot in the Mayfield Centennial Invite, held in Las Cruces. Meantime, Piedra Vista's boys team took top honors in the same event, featuring some of the top prep tennis programs in the state of New Mexico. Read more:
11 months ago, Public Information Officer