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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.
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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.
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News Item Students Use Puppets to Help Peers Understand Disabilities
The Carlos Rey fifth graders have performed for 1,300 students this school year; now they'll be featured at a regional conference.
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News Item Keeping the Music Playing
APS has been recognized as one of the best communities in the nation for music education.
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News Item Meet the 2016 Selfless Seniors
The 29 APS high school students will be recognized Thursday! .
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News Item Octet Stream Good Friends, Co-Valedictorians at LCHS Earn Highest APS GPA
Eli Echt-Wilson and Albert Zuo are only the second and third students in APS history to earn a 5.0 grade point average.
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News Item Watch the 2015 Graduation Ceremonies
We're posting videos of commencements from the 13 comprehensive high schools and six schools of choice.
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News Item Graduation Kicks off with BSU Rites of Passage Ceremony
35 graduates from nine schools were honored at the annual event.
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News Item D source code Long-Time Japanese Language Teacher Recognized
Chiharu Weisgerber of the Career Enrichment Center has been honored as a Pepsi/APS Education Foundation Teacher of the Month.
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News Item Troff document APS Hosts Second Tribal Summit
Tribal leaders from across the state discussed collaboration efforts to connect more directly with students and teachers.
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