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Superintendent Message Superintendent's Contract Extended
Raquel Reedy's contract, approved by the Board of Education on Wednesday, was extended a year to June 30, 2020.
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Superintendent Message Deep Diving
In her weekly message, Supt. Reedy looks at ways the district is helping schools to improve including instructional rounds.
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News Item C header We Continue to Celebrate #Nov38
So many acts of kindness have been shared with us! Let's keep it going through the holiday season.
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Superintendent Message Getting Off the Bus
In her weekly message, Supt. Reedy describes a bus tour that introduced zone principals to resources and organizations in their neighborhoods.
Located in About APS / Superintendent / News from the Superintendent
News Item 2016-17 Year in Review
Oh what a year it was!
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News Item Plan in Place for Weather-Related Delays, Closures
Get updates at APS.edu, Facebook, Twitter and SchoolMessenger.
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News Item Uncovered treasure!
A bottle stuffed with letters written by fourth graders nearly half a century ago was found just as the walls of the old Montgomery Elementary School came down.
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News Item AHA Students Talk to Beatles Historian
Students in Music as Literature class got to chat with the only American journalist on tour with the legendary band when they first came to America in 1964.
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News Item Albuquerque Public Schools Creates Learning Zones
APS is combining the advantages of being a large urban school district with a more personalized approach to education.
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News Item APS Bond Rating Remains Steady
The good rating allows the district to borrow money at a lower interest rate, putting more money directly into schools.
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