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The Communications/Web Team helps communicate complicated information using videos.

We record, produce, and post informational videos that cover a range of topics throughout the district.

We also work with APS teachers to feature student-produced videos from time to time.

Some of the videos that have been featured on the APS homepage are listed below. You can see our entire video library by visiting vimeo.com and YouTube.

"A is for Art" Auction

When: Friday, September 24, 2010 Where: Albuquerque Museum For more information please call (505) 881-0841

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Whiteboards: Engaging Students in Learning

It has been exciting to see the overwhelming response from our teachers eager to train on the white boards. In classrooms where white boards already exist, the enthusiasm is contagious among the students. Our greatest hope is that through the use of this technology we will continue to engage our students so they will perform better and enjoy the lessons along the way. Please visit aps.edu/about-us/superintendent/monthly-albuquerque-journal-columns/july-2010-white-boards-future-is-now for more information. "A is for Art" Auction Information: When: Friday, September 24, 2010 Where: Albuquerque Museum For more information please call (505) 881-0841 or visit aps.edu.

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Whiteboards: Engaging Students in Learning

It has been exciting to see the overwhelming response from our teachers eager to train on the white boards. In classrooms where white boards already exist, the enthusiasm is contagious among the students. Our greatest hope is that through the use of this technology we will continue to engage our students so they will perform better and enjoy the lessons along the way.

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Nex+Gen Academy

There are still a few openings for freshmen and sophomores at this magnet high school opening this fall on the Del Norte High School campus. Nex+Gen is open to students from all over the city interested in learning that is driven around projects designed with a team of their peers. Students have access throughout the day to laptop computers and the very latest in technology. For more information or to pre-register, call 883-7222 x153 or 252-0127. You can also visit the school’s website at nexgenacademy.com or aps.edu/schools/schools/nex-gen-academy.

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Summer Extended Learning Programs

Summer extended learning programs, sometimes called Summer School, are designed to help students who are struggling academically in the classroom or on standardized tests district benchmark assessments.

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APS Student-led Conferences

Albuquerque Public Schools is trying something new, a process which has been found to be a best practice when it comes to parent-teacher conferences: Student-led conferences. The student is responsible for leading this conference and presenting their progress to their parent(s) (or significant adult) and advisor. Students lead a discussion of their academic accomplishments, future goals, and their interests and dreams. Students will use work they’ve collected in their portfolios to structure their presentations.

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2010 Selfless Seniors

The seniors were honored March 30 at Volcano Vista High School. Each was introduced by their school principal, and all had moving things to say about their schools, their communities and their dreams of the future. This is the third year the APS Education Foundation has worked in partnership with acclaimed Albuquerque photographer Frank Frost to celebrate the accomplishments of seniors who are serious about their futures, yet find ways to put others before themselves. Students who qualify as Selfless Seniors are those who give back to their community, who haven’t been recognized by their high school, who have made a positive impact on others facing difficulties and whose character sets them apart.

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2010 Selfless Seniors

APS Education Foundation has worked in partnership with acclaimed Albuquerque photographer Frank Frost to celebrate the accomplishments of seniors who are serious about their futures, yet find ways to put others before themselves. Students who qualify as Selfless Seniors are those who give back to their community, who haven’t been recognized by their high school, who have made a positive impact on others facing difficulties and whose character sets them apart.

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APS Metro Youth Art Exhibit

This amazing display of one-of-a-kind art work from Albuquerque Public Schools high school and middle school students runs February 13 - March 10, 2010 at Expo NM.

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2010 Metro Youth Art Exhibit

This amazing display of one-of-a-kind art work from Albuquerque Public Schools high school and middle school students runs February 13 - March 10, 2010 at Expo NM.

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"A is for Art" Auction
When: Friday, September 24, 2010 Where: Albuquerque Museum For more information please call (505) 881-0841
Whiteboards: Engaging Students in Learning
It has been exciting to see the overwhelming response from our teachers eager to train on the white boards. In classrooms where white boards already exist, the enthusiasm is contagious among the students. Our greatest hope is that through the use of this technology we will continue to engage our students so they will perform better and enjoy the lessons along the way. Please visit aps.edu/about-us/superintendent/monthly-albuquerque-journal-columns/july-2010-white-boards-future-is-now for more information. "A is for Art" Auction Information: When: Friday, September 24, 2010 Where: Albuquerque Museum For more information please call (505) 881-0841 or visit aps.edu.
Whiteboards: Engaging Students in Learning
It has been exciting to see the overwhelming response from our teachers eager to train on the white boards. In classrooms where white boards already exist, the enthusiasm is contagious among the students. Our greatest hope is that through the use of this technology we will continue to engage our students so they will perform better and enjoy the lessons along the way.
Nex+Gen Academy
There are still a few openings for freshmen and sophomores at this magnet high school opening this fall on the Del Norte High School campus. Nex+Gen is open to students from all over the city interested in learning that is driven around projects designed with a team of their peers. Students have access throughout the day to laptop computers and the very latest in technology. For more information or to pre-register, call 883-7222 x153 or 252-0127. You can also visit the school’s website at nexgenacademy.com or aps.edu/schools/schools/nex-gen-academy.
Summer Extended Learning Programs
Summer extended learning programs, sometimes called Summer School, are designed to help students who are struggling academically in the classroom or on standardized tests district benchmark assessments.
APS Student-led Conferences
Albuquerque Public Schools is trying something new, a process which has been found to be a best practice when it comes to parent-teacher conferences: Student-led conferences. The student is responsible for leading this conference and presenting their progress to their parent(s) (or significant adult) and advisor. Students lead a discussion of their academic accomplishments, future goals, and their interests and dreams. Students will use work they’ve collected in their portfolios to structure their presentations.
2010 Selfless Seniors
The seniors were honored March 30 at Volcano Vista High School. Each was introduced by their school principal, and all had moving things to say about their schools, their communities and their dreams of the future. This is the third year the APS Education Foundation has worked in partnership with acclaimed Albuquerque photographer Frank Frost to celebrate the accomplishments of seniors who are serious about their futures, yet find ways to put others before themselves. Students who qualify as Selfless Seniors are those who give back to their community, who haven’t been recognized by their high school, who have made a positive impact on others facing difficulties and whose character sets them apart.
2010 Selfless Seniors
APS Education Foundation has worked in partnership with acclaimed Albuquerque photographer Frank Frost to celebrate the accomplishments of seniors who are serious about their futures, yet find ways to put others before themselves. Students who qualify as Selfless Seniors are those who give back to their community, who haven’t been recognized by their high school, who have made a positive impact on others facing difficulties and whose character sets them apart.
APS Metro Youth Art Exhibit
This amazing display of one-of-a-kind art work from Albuquerque Public Schools high school and middle school students runs February 13 - March 10, 2010 at Expo NM.
2010 Metro Youth Art Exhibit
This amazing display of one-of-a-kind art work from Albuquerque Public Schools high school and middle school students runs February 13 - March 10, 2010 at Expo NM.
2010 School Improvement Bond Election
2010 School Improvement Election
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Communications News
New Webpage Provides Information on Taking, Using Pictures of Students
Eldorado student Justine Solan worked with the APS Web Team on creating a page that provides information on student photos, permissions and website images.
Great Happenings from 2009
APS has many things to be proud of from 2009.