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Office of the Chief Academic Officer
Accounts Payable
Applicant Processing
Applicant Processing services all employment applications for current and prospective employees.
APS Community Clothing Bank
Albuquerque Public Schools recently assumed the day-to-day operation of the APS Community Clothing Bank.
APS Education Foundation
The APS Education Foundation is a non-profit organization established for promoting private support of the district and its students.
APS Facility Rentals
APS Police
The Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department exists for the purpose of providing police and security services to the public schools.
ARTS Center
The Arts, Resources, Training, and Support Center provides visual art, music, drama, dance, and library services. We're a division of the APS Fine Arts Program, focused on integrating Fine Arts into classroom curriculum.
ARTS Center Collection
Assessment & Testing
Associate Superintendents
Advancement Via Individual Determination
Background and Fingerprinting
APS conducts background checks on all prospective district employees (applicants who are offered employment), district contractors, district contractor's employees, and volunteers who have unsupervised access to students.
Before & After School Programs
The Employee Benefits Office develops and administers, in accordance with applicable federal and state law, the district’s group health, dental, vision, Flexible Spending Accounts, Pre-Tax Insurance Premium Plan (PIPP), life insurance, long term disability, long term care insurance, 403(b) Voluntary Retirement Savings Plan, 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan, and 529 College Savings Plan, and provides assistance with final retirement processing, and retiree Life Insurance.
Budget and Strategic Planning
Business Systems
Capital Fiscal Services
Career Technical Education
Charter & Magnet Schools
Charter schools are tuition-free public schools that provide options to students and their families.
Charter Schools
Comprehensive Services
Coordinated School Health Department
Counseling Services
Cross-Cultural Library
The Cross-Cultural Library offers Indian Education, English as a Second Language (ESL), and Spanish language instructional materials including books, games, AV materials, textbooks, trade books, and a professional collection in bilingual education and LEP methodology.
Curriculum and Instruction
Department of Research and Evaluation
District Imaging and Archive Center (DIAC)
Early Childhood
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides counseling services for APS employees and their families for physical, mental health, job-related issues, marriage, family, career counseling, and resources and referrals. All services are free and provided in a confidential setting.
Employee Data Center
Employee Wellness
Energy Conservation
Enterprise Learning Systems
Equal Opportunity Services
Extended Leaves and Sick Leave Bank
Facilities Design and Construction
Facilities Design and Construction is responsible for the ongoing, district-wide construction, renovation and major repairs of APS facilities.
Family and Community Engagement Programs
Fine Arts
Food and Nutrition Services
Grant Management
Graphics Enterprise Services
Graphics Enterprise Services provides the district with mail, copy, print, and design services, as well as classroom and teacher supplies through the classroom store. Graphic Design Services provides all district graphics and production art for printing and copying.
Hearing Office
Home Hospital
Home School
Homeless Project
Human Resources
Indian Education
Instructional Accountability
Internal Audit
International Baccalaureate Program
IT / Telecom
Partnering APS Schools with Businesses and Community Groups Since 1984
Labor Relations
Language and Cultural Equity
The Language and Cultural Equity Department provides leadership, technical assistance, and professional resources to schools for the implementation of alternative language services of students with linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds.
Legislative Affairs
Library Services
Maintenance & Operations
Materials Management
Mentor Program for Teachers
The Mentor Program for Teachers is an APS/ATF/UNM partnership that provides veteran teachers as mentors for beginning teachers.
Operation / Data Entry / Control (Technology - Data Center Support Services)
PAR (Peer Assistance and Review)
Our mission is to provide for the fair and equal treatment of all persons involved in public procurement, to maximize the purchasing value of public funds, and to provide safeguards for maintaining a system of quality and integrity.
Professional Learning
Research, Deployment and Accountability
Risk Management
The mission of the Risk Management Department is to provide APS schools with effective and efficient property and casualty insurance services intended to mitigate accidental losses and minimize disruption to the learning environment.
Salary Schedules
Service Center
Special Education
The Special Education Department provides guidance and technical assistance to schools in order to support students with disabilities and programs. In addition, this Department provides direct services to students, and is responsible for managing district responses to legal, regulatory, and budgetary matters.
Staffing and Employee Relations
Student Information Systems (SIS)
Student Information Systems (SIS) is responsible for ensuring that the collection, management, storage and retrieval of student information is efficient, effective, and provided accurately and timely to key stakeholders for informed decision making while maintaining strict standards of confidentiality. SIS systems include SchoolMAX, ReportMAX, i-Cue, i-Gradebook, i-Parent and i-Register. Reports to Instruction and Accountability.
Student Transportation Services
Student, Family, and Community Supports
The mission of Student, Family, and Community Supports is to advance student learning through developing and implementing strategies that engage and partner with families, the greater community and the District’s schools K-12.
Substitute Services
This office recruits, trains, and coordinates usage of substitute teachers and educational assistants for the district via the Substitute Employee Management System.
Summer Programs
The Teachers’ Toolbox
The Tiny Toolbox (City Center)
Title I
Titles I and II Private Non-profit Schools
Information for Titles I and II Private Non-profit Schools and Title I Neglected or Delinquent Schools
Training Resource Center
The Training Resource Center coordinates training opportunities for district staff (outside teacher professional development) and monitors compliance for district, state, and federally-mandated trainings.
Translation & Interpretation Services
Truancy Prevention
Unified Resources Library
Volunteer with APS
Web Team
Helping APS communicate more clearly and quickly with its parents, students, employees, and the community.
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