You are here: Home News Schools, Clothing Bank Receive 2,000 Coats from TV Campaign
Posted January 24, 2012

Schools, Clothing Bank Receive 2,000 Coats from TV Campaign

KOATS for Kids distributed coats for students in need

APS staff and volunteers from the Schools & Community Partnerships Department sorted more than 1,000 coats to distribute to students in Title I schools and the Title I Homeless Project earlier this month. 

The coats were donated through KOAT-TV’s annual KOATS for Kids drive. The station collected coats through the holiday months for needy students all over New Mexico. 

An additional 1,000 coats went to the Bernalillo County Chapter of the PTA Clothing Bank, which works with APS, where school based staff will be able to get coats to other students in need. 

Parents of students at Title I schools should contact their school counselor for more information.

Filed under: parents
News
Rebuilt, Renovated and Repaired
APS has spent millions of taxpayer-approved dollars renovating, rebuilding and repairing aging schools. Here is a list of more than 150 projects since 2010.
Student of the Week JC Sandoval
5th grader School at Comanche Elementary School
New Application Notice of Intent Due January 8, 2019
APS is accepting applications for new charter schools. The deadline to submit a letter of intent is Tuesday, January 8.
Register to Vote in Mail-In Election by Jan. 8
In her weekly message, Supt. Reedy encourages employees to vote in the mail-in election on a bond/mill levy package for school improvements.
APS Subs to Get a Raise
In an effort to attract more substitute teachers, the district will increase the hourly pay by about 30 percent beginning next semester.