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Site Credits

About the technology and team behind www.aps.edu.

CJ Martinez

Meet CJ. He was one of our web interns.

"I’ve learned a lot about creating an effective and accessible website, which has allowed me to meet and interact with a lot of professionals in the field."

-CJ Martinez, Eldorado High

Become a web intern

To save money and provide real-world technology experience, the APS web team works with student interns from public high schools in Albuquerque. Web interns learn about image editing, web publishing, and other online tools.

Interested in interning with the APS web team?

Send an email to: jaramillo_ab@aps.edu

Technology

This site uses the free open-source Plone content management system.

Photos

The fine photography on this site was provided by Frank Frost, Tom Brahl, and many contributing APS employees.

Thanks to volunteers

This site wouldn't be possible without the volunteer effort of dozens of people. Teachers, students, parents, and community members have helped us create a site that delivers what you want.

These volunteers have spent lunch breaks and after-work hours doing card-sorting, usability exercises, and web browser testing.

Thanks to everyone for their commitment to excellence.

"Amazing remodel. The new APS site has a clean design and seems to know exactly where I need to go."

- Alma Olaechea, teacher at West Mesa High

Our Awards

APS Website Earns High Marks for Transparency

In March 2012, the Sunshine Review re-reviewed APS.edu, and gave it an A- for providing information on its academics, budget, meetings, elected and administrative officials, contracts, audits and public records. Read more >>

APS Website Gets Good Grade for Transparency

In July 2010, the Sunshine Review, an open government group, gave the newly-redesigned APS.edu a B-, reporting that most APS district information was readily available. Read more >>

New Mexico TechEx Innovation Award, May 2010

In May 2010, the aps.edu website was awarded a top state technology award from the New Mexico Technology Council. APS won the award for the site’s innovation and impact on the community. Read more >>

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