REC7

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 

RFP NO: 1920-1 

REC7 is requesting competitive sealed, qualifications-based proposals for a subcontractor to meet the goals of the HB548 Sec. 25 A-8 One-to-One Friendships with Students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities grant.  

The Request for Proposals (RFP) may be reviewed by selecting  RFP NO 1920-1 or by contacting the Regional Education Cooperative VII.  

Proposals will be received no later than Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 2:00 pm.  Sealed proposals must be delivered to:

             Regional Education Cooperative #7
            315 E. Clinton
            Hobbs, NM  88240
           Phone No: (575) 393-0755 

The REC #7 Board of Directors reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and/or cancel this RFP in its entirety. 





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Member Districts:

          Eunice Public Schools        Hobbs Municipal Schools  
          Jal Public Schools            Tatum Municipal Schools


New Mexico's Regional Education Cooperatives...

           ...educational service agencies collaborating as partners in support of the educational mission for all New Mexico children.

                                                                                                              
 RECA - NM Regional Education Cooperative Association


About the Cooperatives:   NM Regional Education Cooperative Map      

In 1984, the New Mexico State Board of Education established Regional Center Cooperatives (RCC's) under SBE Regulation No. 84.6.    In 1993, the New Mexico State Legislature created Regional Education Cooperatives, Act 22 - 2B - to 22 -2b - 6, NMSA, 1978, as "state agencies administratively attached to the Public Education Department." As such, RECs receive some state funding to support operations. Each REC depends upon revenues from contracted delivery of services to districts, grants, inter-governmental agreements, and joint-powers agreements.

RECs provide:                                                           boy on computer   

v      education-related services to local education agencies, including charter schools, and state-supported schools,

v      direct services to children, families, and communities, and

v      professional development / technical assistance to staff members of school districts at the local, regional, and state levels


"Economies of scale through (RECs) allow districts to leverage limited resources into targeted support for multiple schools and to share costs with other school district. (RECs) must also be accountable to their customers, react to marketplace, and act as entrepreneurs, and respond to federal state, and local district needs."

                                                                                                                   
    Rod Paige, Past - U.S. Secretary of Education

Member Districts:

                  


 

Eunice Public Schools

Hobbs Municipal Schools

Jal Public Schools

Tatum Municipal Schools


Quality, Proximity, Capacity, Accessibility: Keys to the RECs Success

New Mexico's nine REC's are geographically distributed across the state and serve 58 rural school districts and state supported schools.

RECs have a unique understanding of the strengths and challenges of their member districts.

RECs use these insights to provide responsive quality support and services to improve student outcomes, and meet local district's needs. RECs also play a vital role in the delivery and implementation of core services and major statewide education initiatives.

REC 7 provides services for the member districts within Lea County, New Mexico.

A Critical Component of New Mexico's Education System

RECs are a vital and necessary component of New Mexico's education system and will continue to serve as a conduit and delivery system for New Mexico's school improvement and educational reforms.


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RECs: Making  a Difference

v      New Mexico RECs serve 58 of the 89 school districts statewide with    over 42,716 student membership (K-12).

v      70% of schools served by RECs met AYP for 2007-08, as compared to the state average of 45.5%.

v      New Mexico's RECs are staffed with quality and experienced personnel.   Overall, RECs employ over 211 professionals.

v      Over 9,745 educators participated in REC sponsored professional development activities during the 2007-2008 school year.

v      125 children are provided Even Start or Head Start programs through RECs.

v      Approximately 379 students participate in REC sponsored work study or Workforce Development programs.

v      Annually, about 1,748 children participate in REC sponsored Child Find programs, designed to screen students who may have                special needs.

v      There are currently 16 school-based health centers within REC service areas.


 

Contact Information:  Cliff Burch, Executive Director   
       315 E. Clinton St., Hobbs, NM 88240

Phone: (575) 393-0755 Fax: (575) 393-0249 
Email:
rec7@hobbsschools.net  
Webmaster: holcombe@hobbsschools.net

 

 


 

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