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Posted December 12, 2017

Thanks for Doing Something Great, APS! #Nov38

Dozens of schools shared their acts of kindness during the holiday season through social media and photographs.

Cleveland Middle School students

It started as a calendar typo -- Nov. 38. Then it became a hashtag, a symbol of giving in Albuquerque Public Schools.

For the second consecutive year, APS celebrated #Nov38 during the holiday season, sharing pictures and stories of kindness and giving at our schools and in our community.

Dozens of our schools sent in pictures or posted them using #Nov38. And that's just a sampling of all the good that happens in our schools.

So thanks again, APS, for doing something great! #Nov38

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