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News Item What Bus Do I Ride?
Type in your address and we can tell you your bus stop, number, pick up and drop off times and route.
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News Item C header STEM, STEAM, STEALTH
Interactive labs focused on science, technology, engineering and math as well as art, literacy, transformation and health are popping up in APS elementary schools.
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News Item Seeking Input on Proposed 2018-19 Calendar
APS is considering an Aug. 13 start date; the last day of school would be May 22.
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News Item Watch the 2017 Graduation Ceremonies Online
We've posted videos of all of our high school commencements.
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News Item Celebrating Black History Month
February is dedicated to reflecting on the history, contributions and struggles of African Americans.
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News Item Watch for The Core on Wednesdays
The APS newsletter features good happenings in our schools and community.
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News Item Troff document What's for Lunch? It's Easier than Ever to Find Out
Visit school websites or download an app and find menus listed by school and including pictures, as well as information on allergens, nutrients, ingredients and carbohydrates.
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News Item Troff document Wherry Highlighted at International Summit
The elementary school was the only one invited by Nike to speak on the importance of physical activity during the school day.
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Superintendent Message Thanks, Partners!
"Let’s face it, it takes an entire community to educate a child. That’s why I am so appreciative of our many, many partners," Supt. Reedy writes in her weekly message.
Located in About APS / Superintendent / News from the Superintendent
Page Welcome to the LZ!
Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, Albuquerque Public Schools is dividing into four smaller, geographic Learning Zones or LZs, each designed to meet the unique needs of its community through support, resources and professional learning.
Located in Academics / Academic Master Plan