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Posted November 5, 2018

We're Celebrating #Nov38 Again This Holiday Season

The hashtag, which originated from a calendar typo, has come to represent kindness and generosity in APS.

A couple of years ago, the APS wall calendar had a typo that designated the Monday after Thanksgiving as Nov. 38 (instead of 28). That typo has turned into an APS tradition to post pictures and descriptions of generous and kind acts to social media during the holiday season.

We will continue that tradition this school year, asking schools and departments to share pictures and descriptions of generous and kind acts to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using #Nov38. We’ll then share on our sites, too: @ABQschools.

Parents and volunteers are invited to get into the act, too.

If your school puts together care packages, collects money or cans or socks, goes to a senior center or preschool to entertain the old or young, or anything else to help others this holiday season, snap a picture and post using #Nov38.

We’ll continue this campaign throughout the holiday season. Share your kindness, then spread the good news.

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