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Superintendent Message Web Accessibility
In her weekly message, Supt. Reedy talks about the importance of making the district and school websites accessible to all.
Located in About APS / Superintendent / News from the Superintendent
News Item chemical/x-mdl-rdfile Student of the Week Name Chelsea Baird
8th grader at Roosevelt Middle School
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item Octet Stream Student of the Week Ashley Silva
5th grader at Wherry Elementary School
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item Student of the Week Rubi Leon
Eighth grader at Cleveland Middle School
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item Student of the Week Reno Cicchi
Freedom High School senior
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item C header Inaugural Class of IB Students Heads Down Challenging Path
21 Sandia High students are the first at a comprehensive high school in New Mexico to take part in the world-renowned International Baccalaureate Programme.
Located in International Baccalaureate Program / IB News
News Item x-conference/x-cooltalk Donate spare change to the school of your choice
Through APSCents, you can redirect your checkout counter change to your preferred APS school.
Located in APS Education Foundation / News from the Foundation
News Item Plan for Weather Delays, Closures
APS.edu and social media are the best sources for updates on school delays and closures.
Located in News
News Item Troff document (with manpage macros) Best-Selling Author James Patterson Awards Library Grant to Truman MS
Scholastic Reading Club also is providing books and other materials to the school.
Located in News
News Item C header STEM, STEAM, STEALTH
Interactive labs focused on science, technology, engineering and math as well as art, literacy, transformation and health are popping up in APS elementary schools.
Located in News