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News Item APS Celebrates National School Counseling Week
APS recognizes over 200 counselors who provide curriculum and classroom support, career and college readiness and a myriad of prevention and intervention strategies for students.
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News Item APS = Choices
APS is celebrating national School Choice Week by highlighting our many magnet schools and programs.
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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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News Item APS Forms Water and Energy Conservation Committee
Albuquerque Public Schools is brainstorming with utility representatives and others to come up with ways to conserve energy and save money.
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News Item APS Gets High Praise for Hosting National Education Conference
Superintendent Winston Brooks and APS are thanked for producing "the best conference that the Council of the Great City Schools has ever held."
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News Item APS Graduate Recognized As 2014 Rhodes Scholar
Albuquerque HS graduate from the class of 2010 was recently recognized as one of only thirty-two Rhodes Scholars from across the nation.
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News Item chemical/x-pdb APS Graduation Rates Climb: West Mesa Up 12 percent
Principal Ben Santistevan Says High Expectations Lead to Gains.
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News Item image/x-icon APS High Schools Ranked Among the Best in New Mexico
U.S. News & World Report gives medals to four from APS, plus an APS charter.
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News Item APS Hosts Annual Elementary Honor Choir Festival
The fourth-grade choir will perform at 2:45 p.m. and the fifth-grade choir at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 1, at Eldorado High School.
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News Item West Mesa Hosts Hispanic Student Leadership Workshop
Freshmen and sophomores were encouraged to "fill their backpacks" with life and academic skills needed to graduate high school and pursue post-secondary options.
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