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News Item APS Board, Staff Attending Great City Schools Conference
Annual event will come to Albuquerque in 2013.
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News Item School Board Candidates Shared Views on District Issues
Voters can find additional information at APS.edu in advance of Feb. 5 election.
Located in About APS / Board of Education / News from the Board
News Item New APS Board Members to be Sworn In
Swearing-in set for meeting at 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 6.
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News Item 14 APS Seniors Receive Sandia National Labs Thunderbird Awards
The annual award recognizes seniors who overcome great personal difficulties to achieve their goals.
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News Item chemical/x-pdb 16 APS Schools to Play in State Basketball Tournament
We wish the best of luck to all of our teams during the tournament that kicks off Friday at schools around the state, then moves to the Pit and the Santa Ana Star Center next week.
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News Item 16 APS Seniors Receive Sandia National Labs Thunderbird Awards
Award includes $1,500 to help with higher education costs.
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News Item text/texmacs 17 APS Seniors Named Merit Semi-Finalists
Semi-Finalists will compete for $35 million in college scholarships
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News Item 190 APS Students to Receive Diplomas as a Result of Summer Courses
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News Item 200+ APS Musicians Make All-State
219 students from 11 of our high schools will perform at the annual New Mexico Music Educators’ Association All-State conference this weekend.
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News Item 2014-15 Calendar Looks A Lot Like This Year's
A board committee unanimously approved the school year calendar that starts on Aug. 13 and ends on May 22. The full board is expected to give it a final OK at its meeting on Dec. 4.
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