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News Item 7-Bar Students Raise $5,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation
Principal submits to a ‘sliming’ to acknowledge fundraising efforts.
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News Item More than 48 Schools Participate in 8th Annual Alternative Fuels Challenge
Taft and McKinley middle schools were among the winners of this year's event.
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News Item A Message from Interim Superintendent Dr. Brad Winter
"I'm energized by the possibilities that lie ahead, eager to take on the task, and focused on what matters most – the future of our students."
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News Item A. Montoya Community Getting the Most from Classroom Addition
Capital funds paved the way for state-of-the-art upgrades.
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News Item Actors, Musicians and Artists from APS Fine Arts Magnet School Perform at State Fair
The students from Eubank Elementary helped kick off the annual state fair art show featuring the work of students from across the state.
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News Item C header Added Classroom Building Eases Truman’s Continued Growth
Voter-approved funding aided largest middle school in New Mexico.
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News Item chemical/x-mdl-rdfile Adobe Acres Teacher Earns Air Force Association Award
Elyse Sedillo receives recognition for science education.
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News Item AHA Students Get Career Advice & Wisdom
Health and social science professionals spend a day at the high school where they share insight into their careers and future job opportunities.
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News Item chemical/x-isostar AHA Welcomes World Renowned Poet & Social Activist
Bruce George, the co-founder of Russell Simmons' Def Jam Poetry, is the guest speaker for the school's annual Tax Free Poetry event Thursday.
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News Item AHS Yearbook Gets High Praise from International Student Press Association
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association gives La Reata, the state's oldest public school yearbook, a Gold Medal Critique.
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