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Isotopes Sponsor Second Annual Student's Choice Essay Contest
APS students are encouraged to write an essay, poem or thank you about an educator who has influenced them. Winners will throw out the first pitch at the May 23 Educators Appreciation Game Night.
Student of the Week: Evelyn Hostutler
Congratulations to Evelyn Hostutler, a third grader at Ventana Ranch Elementary School, for being named the Student of the Week by the New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union and the APS Education Foundation!
Barnes & Noble Bookfair Benefits APS
When you purchase books, music, DVDs and other items at the book store in Coronado Center on April 25-27, a percentage of the sale will go to benefit the APS Education Foundation.
APS News
K3+ Summer Program Keeps Our Youngest Kids Learning
The program for incoming kindergarteners through third graders has expanded to 46 schools.
APS 5th Graders Learn about Energy Conservation on Earth Day
Longfellow ES students are among those taking part in the Think! Energy program sponsored by PNM.
Six APS High Schools Ranked Among Best in State by U.S. News
La Cueva, Albuquerque High, Eldorado, Early College Academy, Volcano Vista High & Sandia among the top New Mexico schools.
 
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APS Education Foundation

The APS Education Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization established for promoting private support of the district and its students. In partnership with Albuquerque Public Schools, we promote and garner financial and in-kind resources to provide students with the opportunity to succeed. We also mobilize resources and develop community partnerships to support excellence in APS.

Contact Information

Physical Address:
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE
Suite 630 East
Albuquerque 87110 Map

Phone: (505) 881-0841
Fax: (505) 872-8861

Full staff listing

We’ve got nearly 90,000 students in APS, and our mission is to help them graduate with a well-rounded, top-notch education that creates a lifetime love of learning. We do this in a variety of different ways, all of which center on help from our community, alumni and friends. We raise and manage funds for strategic investment to support student success and achievement, with a focus on aligning these resources toward academic success. With the help of the Join-A-School program, we also mobilize resources and develop community partnerships to help our kids and teachers.

Spring Into Foundation Fun

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Toward our goal of academic success, the Foundation has created a variety of initiatives that will supplement four major programs in need of your help: Fine Arts, Middle/High School Activities, Literacy and Science/Technology/Engineering/Math. The most public of these efforts is our Horizon Campaign, which has raised about $800,000 in cash, in-kind donations and pledges.

APS Education Foundation News

Isotopes Sponsor Second Annual Student's Choice Essay Contest

Isotopes Sponsor Second Annual Student's Choice Essay Contest

APS students are encouraged to write an essay, poem or thank you about an educator who has influenced them. Winners will throw out the first pitch at the May 23 Educators Appreciation Game Night.

April 22, 2014

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Student of the Week: Evelyn Hostutler

Student of the Week: Evelyn Hostutler

Congratulations to Evelyn Hostutler, a third grader at Ventana Ranch Elementary School, for being named the Student of the Week by the New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union and the APS Education Foundation!

April 22, 2014

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Barnes & Noble Bookfair Benefits APS

When you purchase books, music, DVDs and other items at the book store in Coronado Center on April 25-27, a percentage of the sale will go to benefit the APS Education Foundation.

April 16, 2014

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Enjoy a Frozen Treat while Supporting Students, Teachers

A portion of sales at U-Swirl Frozen Yogurt's two Albuquerque locations will go to support the APS Education Foundation on April 25-26.

April 16, 2014

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Madison MS Busy with Project-Based Learning Projects That Include Parents and Community

Madison MS Busy with Project-Based Learning Projects That Include Parents and Community

Students have had a busy spring planning and implementing a variety of projects and programs bringing real world application to academic learning. Eighth Grade Social Studies students have been researching and sewing freedom quilts, 7th and 8th graders worked on committees for the Neverland Café, and art students cast clay totems and worked on a mosaic project.

April 16, 2014

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