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News Item Four APS Employees Raise Thousands, Commit to Walking 60 Miles for Breast Cancer Cure
Teacher and cancer survivor Jennifer Abeyta, counselor Cristen Ponder, nurse Maggie Nechvatal and principal Erica Hidalgo formed a team that will walk a combined 240 miles in November as part of the Susan G. Komen 3-Day in hopes of finding a cure for breast cancer.
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News Item Experience on Stage Impacts a Teacher's View of the Classroom
Yolanda Montalvo, a first-grade bilingual teacher at La Luz Elementary who had a part in a play along with Matheson Park first-grade teacher Verna Chandler, reflects on how her experience affected the way she teaches and views her students.
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News Item APS No Longer Issues Paychecks on Last Working Day Before Break
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News Item Get Free Instructional Materials at Montgomery Complex
Stop by from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday and help yourself to free educational books.
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News Item Two APS EAs Awarded Scholarships from Dual Language Education of NM
Stephanie Lozoya of Alamosa Elementary and Mónica Granados of East San José Elementary will get help paying for their bilingual certification.
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News Item Teacher's Outstanding Green Chile Stew Wins $2,500 for JDC
Julie Gallegos, a reading teacher at the Juvenile Detention Center, won the Gildan’s Green Chile Cooking Challenge.
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News Item APS Begins Using Online Tool for Reserving Facilities
FS Direct will make it possible to centrally manage schedules and monitor district-wide facility rental requests.
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News Item Teachers work with RDA to Develop Assessments for Common Core State Standards
The work is challenging yet rewarding as teachers begin implementing and assessing the new standards for English Language Arts and math in kindergarten through third grade.
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News Item Employees Will Take Home Less Pay
Increases to the Social Security tax and health insurance costs will mean smaller paychecks for APS employees.
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News Item Eisenhower MS Principal Saves a Student’s Life
Rosalind Deasy performed the Heimlich maneuver on a student choking on a carrot Wednesday.
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