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Posted November 15, 2011

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APS to Host Final Meeting on District Goals

Public invited to Manzano High School this Thursday, November 17.

2011 District Goals Presentation

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Scenes from the Meetings

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Albuquerque Public Schools hosts the last in a series of public meetings to gather input on goals for the district.

This week’s meeting is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m., Nov. 17 at Manzano High School in the cafeteria.

“We appreciate the input we’ve received from the community, so far, on the district’s goals and continue to focus on student achievement,” said APS Superintendent Winston Brooks. “These meetings have generated a lot of interest and I’m delighted that so many people have shown up to be part of the process.”

School board members from each of the districts have attended the meetings as well. For Thursday’s meeting at Manzano High, APS Board of Education Member David Robbins will be on hand to help lead the discussion.

With the public meetings concluded, the superintendent and Board of Education will draft new district goals to focus on for the next three years.

The public can also e-mail comments about the district goals to the APS Board of Education at
boarded@aps.edu.

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