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News Item Grant Provides Books for Students New to the Country
Highland High School is using a $25,000 Success Award from the APS Education Foundation to buy books for students just learning to read English.
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
Superintendent Message Troff document Improving Schools under the Every Student Succeeds Act
In a message to the APS community, Supt. Reedy describes how some schools are subject to more rigorous intervention.
Located in About APS / Superintendent / News from the Superintendent
Superintendent Message Looking into the Sun
Last week's solar eclipse was a moment of personal and community growth.
Located in About APS / Superintendent / News from the Superintendent
News Item APS Bond Rating Remains Steady
The good rating allows the district to borrow money at a lower interest rate, putting more money directly into schools.
Located in News
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.
Located in News
News Item application/x-troff-ms $1M+ in 2 Years! Foundation Puts Money into Schools
APS Education Foundation grants totaled more than half a million dollars last school year, helping 34,000 students.
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item Local Businesses Donate 300,000 School Supplies
The Corporate Volunteer Council of New Mexico "stuffed the bus" with supplies for students in need for the 15th year.
Located in News
News Item Class of 2018 Graduation Schedule
Most students graduate the week of May 7.
Located in News
News Item Celebrating the Past, Present and Future
Some of the best students and teachers in Albuquerque Public Schools were honored during the inaugural Gold Bar Gala sponsored by the APS Education Foundation.
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item Literacy Mentoring Program Making a Difference
All second graders participating in the Manzano Mesa program are expected to be reading at or above grade level when they start the third grade.
Located in News