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Posted November 26, 2013

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District Seeks Representatives to Serve on Social Media Task Force

Albuquerque Public Schools has formed a district-wide social media task force and is seeking representatives from around the district to serve on the committee.

APS has formed a Social Media Task Force to revisit and rewrite the district-level social media policy and guidelines. Stakeholders from a diverse spectrum of departments and expertise will make up the task force.

In addition, the district is seeking self-nominations to ensure that all stakeholder groups are represented on this task force as we create and implement new policy.

We are seeking submissions and self-nominations for the following participants:
(1) student
(1) parent
(1) school counselor
(1) school teacher
(1) school principal

We want to ensure that all stakeholders have representation as we move forward with implementing policies for the district.

Submit this application if you are interested in serving serve on the Social Media Task Force. The deadline to apply if 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29.

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