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News Item APS Board of Education Selects New Member
Yolanda Montoya-Cordova will serve out the term of Dr. Analee Maestas, who resigned from the District 1 seat in October.
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News Item Teacher of the Month Kim Dubbs, Sombra Del Monte ES
Pepsi and the APS Education Foundation recognize some of our outstanding teachers.
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News Item Students Sampling Unusual Fruits and Veggies
Several APS elementary schools are taking part in a national program that introduces kids to produce they may not be familiar with.
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News Item Thanks for Stopping By
Our annual School Choice Fair was a big success thanks to all of you who came by to see what we have to offer.
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News Item text/texmacs Students Can Get Free Flu Shots at School
Learn how you can protect your child against the flu!
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News Item D source code New Head of APS Education Foundation Named
Shannon Barnhill, who once served as a member of the Foundation team, will now be its executive director.
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News Item APS Gets $7.8M Grant for North Valley STEM Schools
The funding from the U.S. Department of Education will be used to create Albuquerque’s first K-12 STEM magnet school pathway.
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Superintendent Message SIS package Sweet, Gentle Diagnosis
In her weekly message to employees, Supt. Reedy sings the praises of diagnosticians and others who assess, diagnose and work with children with learning problems.
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News Item Seeking Input on Proposed 2018-19 Calendar
APS is considering an Aug. 13 start date; the last day of school would be May 22.
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News Item Octet Stream Grant's Geeking out on Data, and It’s Paying Off
Data-driven instruction has proven to be effective at the middle school where they saw a two-grade improvement this year.
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