>> AA BOARD ANNOUNCES PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETINGS APRIL 7 & 9 <<
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It is our hope that the Board will address the serious concerns we have repeatedly raised. In order to ensure that this happens, you need to attend and let your voices be heard.
If you’ve been following this blog, you know that Albuquerque Academy faces some hard choices. Our endowment has shrunk at an extremely alarming rate and has yet to recover from the crash of 2008 – which is now ten years in the past. The Board and administration have been unwilling to respond to our questions about money management, school culture, and the impact of this enormous loss on our core mission. Please plan to attend one or both sessions, spread the word, and bring your own questions.
A number of alumni have contacted the site administrators asking if there is a way to record or livestream these meetings. We are looking into the possibilities and will let our readers know when we come up with a plan; we know that many AA alumni who live far away are vitally interested in these matters and we want their interests heard as well.
Keep watching this space for updates!
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This site has been created by a diverse group of concerned community members who have two important things in common: we love Albuquerque Academy and we have serious concerns about its future. It is our hope that this space will provide a home for safe, constructive dialogue about the school’s past, its future, its mission, and its impact on all of our lives. The Academy matters deeply to all of us. Let’s work together to make it better and stronger, and to permit it to continue working for good in our community for many years to come.
Please click on the tab above labeled “Our Principal Concerns” to see documentation relating to the Academy’s viability as an institution, including letters and records we have shared with the community and the Board of Trustees. We’ll update this section as the community conversation evolves.
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