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Now you can connect to the Internet at home - for school, work, communicating with others and so much more.


Families with a child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program, including private, parochial and home-schooled students, may be eligible!

How to qualify

To qualify for $9.95 a month Internet service and a low-cost computer, your household must meet all these criteria:

  1. Be located where Comcast offers Internet service
  2. Have at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program
  3. Have not subscribed to Comcast Internet service within the last 90 days
  4. Not have an overdue Comcast bill or unreturned equipment

How to apply

  1. Call 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376) to request an application
  2. We will mail you an application. Complete and return it, along with lunch program documents from your child's school
  3. We will notify you by mail about the status of your application. Allow 7-10 days for a response


 The NMEEA is a New Mexico origin collective of youth, community members, educators and allies. As we live in a multicultural state and planet, we reject the hidden agenda in the current U.S. educational system that posits the dominance of one group over all others. This dominance pervades economics, politics, ideology and culture. Our current educational system is founded on this dominance. We work to transform our educational system into one that is truly inclusive, equitable and just, which means:  a living system, dynamic, ever deepening our understanding of our interdependence, reflecting all our perspectives; that is transparent, rigorous, critical, and determined and controlled by local communities.


Robert Baade

Ervin Miller

Bahati Myhelatu Ansari





A new campaign to curb underage drinking launches Monday.

It’s called MyInstead and it’s a new interactive website designed to tell kids about how drinking can be dangerous.

New Mexico is at the top of the list of states where kids have a drink before the age of 13.

The campaign includes TV commercials and the website.

”So this whole campaign was built around you know attracting kids with social media website,” Melissa Dosher with NMDOT said. “It’s also interactive, it gives them a chance to produce their own videos and upload them so we’re hoping that this really attracts kids.”

Governor Martinez is expected to unveil the new campaign at Bernalillo Middle School.

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Education for Parents of Indian Children with Special Needs (EPICS)
present the

2013 New Mexico Family Leadership Conference

Thursday, March 21 - Saturday, March 23, 2013

Buffalo Thunder Resort
Buffalo Thunder Resort

We are pleased to announce that Parents Reaching Out (PRO) and Education for Parents of Indian Children with Special Needs (EPICS) will be merging the Family Leadership Action Network (FLAN) conference and the Family Leadership Academy into one Family Leadership Conference this coming year. The conference will be held Thursday, March 21 - Saturday, March 23, 2013 at the Buffalo Thunder Resort . EPICS will continue to have Pre-Conference activities on Wednesday, March 20, 2013.

We are looking forward to offering this new and exciting conference for families across the state and our neighboring states to network, learn, be empowered and develop as leaders. Registration and hotel reservation information will be announced soon.

Pete Wright, Esq.

March 20, 2013 - "Special Education Law & Advocacy" Pre-Conference with Pete Wright, Esq. 8:00am - 5:00pm

Pete Wright of "Wrightslaw" will be offering a one-day pre-conference session on Special Education Law & Advocacy. Pre-Conference participants will learn: • special education law, rights and responsibilities • tests and measurements to measure progress & regression • SMART IEPs • introduction to tactics & strategies for effective advocacy Registrants for the Pre-Conference will receive copies of Pete Wright Books. Registration Fee will be forthcoming soon. Don't Miss this opportunity.

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March 23, 2013 - EPICS Annual Pow-Wow - 2:00pm - 11:00pm

Our annual Pow-Wow will conclude the conference on Saturday, March 23, 2103. For more information regarding the Pow-Wow, Contact Ronalda Warito-Tome at 505-767-6630 ext. 302 or

Calling all dancers, drum group and vendors!!!! Mark your calendar.

Family Leadership Action Network (FLAN) is a network of families working to promote the voices of families in order to influence the policies and the programs that affect them. FLAN builds on each family's strengths and knowledge and celebrates diversity. FLAN works for positive, family-friendly changes to systems that eliminate stereotyping and assumptions about the families they serve. FLAN promotes the importance of collaboration and relationship building to create positive outcomes for families, children, and communities.

Our Mission: To place the voices and issues of children and families at the top of New Mexico's agenda.

This conference offers opportunities to:

  • Help families get involved in their children's education
  • Learn to navigate the special education system
  • Gain insight and tools to navigate the medical system
  • Network with other families around the state; and
  • Make your voice count for children & families!

This conference qualifies for Title I, IDEA, Johnson O'Malley and funding from other sources that support family involvement.

Parents Reaching Out has over 25 years experience helping the families of New Mexico.

Registration is coming soon

Contact us
Phone: (505)247-0192 or Toll Free in NM 1-800-524-5176
FAX: (505)247-1345

Sponsors of this year's Conference

Dept of Health LogoNavajo Nation LogoPRO LogoEPICS Logo
The NM Dept. of HealthThe Navajo Nation Office of Special Education and RehabilitationParents Reaching OutEducation for Parents of Indian Children with Special Needs

Funding for the FLAN is provided in part by the Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) Grant # 5H25MC00236 awarded by the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and administered by the NM Department of Health, Family Health Bureau.