By Susan Winlow
Sem Yeto High School, as it is known now, will close its doors as of next year.
The bulk of the remaining students, about 200 from Fairfield High School, will be moved to a Sem Yeto satellite program to be housed in the D-wing at Fairfield High School. The handful of credit-deficient Rodriguez High Schools students will be enrolled in an expanded credit recovery program at that high school.
Armijo High School already houses a Sem Yeto satellite program for Armijo students in the annex area. The district touts it as a success so is carrying out a similar model at Fairfield High School.