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News Item Handle with Care
Supt. Reedy share information on a program designed to assist students in crisis.
Located in About APS / Superintendent
Superintendent Message Handle with Care
Supt. Reedy shares information on a program designed to assist students in crisis.
Located in About APS / Superintendent / News from the Superintendent
News Item D source code Communications Team Nationally Recognized
National School Public Relations Association honors team for calendar and videos.
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News Item APS Calendars Hang in Classrooms, Homes & Offices
APS in partnership with Albuquerque the Magazine distributed 90,000 wall calendars to families, teachers, staff and the community for the ninth straight year.
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News Item RealAudio document Give Back Mortgage Program
Gold Financial Services & Realty One is making a $1,000 donation to education for loans secured by APS employees and families.
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item APS Mannequin Challenge Promotes Support for Clothing Bank
Students and staff joined together to encourage donations of new socks, underwear and coats for students this winter.
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Superintendent Message Looking into the Sun
Last week's solar eclipse was a moment of personal and community growth.
Located in About APS / Superintendent / News from the Superintendent
News Item Literacy Mentoring Program Making a Difference
All second graders participating in the Manzano Mesa program are expected to be reading at or above grade level when they start the third grade.
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News Item Motivated by the chance to change things
Read Superintendent Brad Winter's column that appeared in the Sept. 9th edition of the Albuquerque Journal.
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News Item KANW Offers Broadcasting Class
The course for high school seniors and above begins on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
Located in News