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News Item Community Shares Wisdom with the Class of 2014
Community leaders from throughout Albuquerque have joined the conversation to provide new graduates with lifelong wisdom and advice.
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News Item Albuquerque Public Schools Creates Learning Zones
APS is combining the advantages of being a large urban school district with a more personalized approach to education.
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News Item chemical/x-pdb APS 30 Features Student, Teacher Advisers to Superintendent
The show that airs at 7:15 p.m. on Fridays on GOV TV 16 will feature members of the superintendent's student and teacher advisory councils.
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News Item APS Announces Several Principal Changes
Valerie Atencio is named principal at Volcano Vista HS; five middle schools get new principals.
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News Item RealAudio document APS, Bernalillo County Open Pajarito Mesa Program
Students and officials cut the ribbon for the much needed before- and after-school site.
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News Item chemical/x-pdb Brad Winter Named Interim Superintendent
Board taps the former Chief Operations Officer for the job.
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News Item APS Calendars Hang in Classrooms, Homes & Offices
APS in partnership with Albuquerque the Magazine distributed 90,000 wall calendars to families, teachers, staff and the community for the ninth straight year.
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News Item APS Calendars Once Again Produced at No Cost to District
APS partners with Albuquerque the Magazine and Lovelace for the fourth straight year to produce wall calendars for families, teachers and staff.
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News Item APS Campuses Affected by Rains, Run-off
Maintenance crews pump water and remove mud from playgrounds, and a wing at the Montgomery Complex has been boarded up due to water damage.
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News Item APS Clothing Bank Reaching Out to Many
A new online ordering system will allow the district to help even more families without taking students out of class.
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