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News Item APS Rolls Out New Online Volunteer Application
More than 300 people who want to volunteer in APS schools have already gone online to sign up.
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News Item APS Sophomores to Take Practice ACT Wednesday
APS and the state are paying for students to take the PLAN, a practice test for the ACT college entrance exam that students take their junior and/or senior year.
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News Item Students, Community Leaders Discuss Issues Facing Young Men of Color
More than APS 150 students took part in the city's first My Brother's Keeper Action Forum.
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News Item APS Superintendent Participates in USA Today, Council of Great City Schools Education Forum
Superintendents from across the nation joined business and education leaders and the media to address successes and challenges facing America’s urban schools.
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News Item object code APS Transportation Search Provides Bus Service Info.
Find out if a student is eligible to ride the bus, bus numbers, bus stop locations and more.
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News Item Atrisco Heritage Hosts Family Science Day
Workshop presenters and participants are wanted for April 11 event.
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News Item Author Talks with La Cueva Students about Bullying
This week's visit by Jay Asher was part of his 50 States Against Bullying tour.
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News Item Balloons Take Flight from APS Schools for 25th Year
Albuquerque Aloft kicks off Balloon Fiesta at 58 of our schools Friday.
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News Item Troff document (with manpage macros) Best-Selling Author James Patterson Awards Library Grant to Truman MS
Scholastic Reading Club also is providing books and other materials to the school.
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News Item Board Members Join Policymakers in Nation's Capital for Summit on Latino Education
Dr. Analee Maestas, Steven Michael Quezada and Dr. Don Duran joined Latino public officials from across the country to discuss strategies for ensuring access to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education within the Latino community.
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