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Cibola High School to Participate in new AP Capstone™ Program

New Program in APS will focus on inquiry, research, and writing skills crucial for college and career success,

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Cibola Reschedules Homecoming Dance for Oct. 18

The Homecoming Dance was cancelled on Saturday due to a security concern.

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City Centre Book Fair Oct. 15-16, 19-20

The annual book fair supports the Summer Learning attendance incentive.

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Class Gives Students a Path to Police Career

The Police Service Aide course at the Career Enrichment Center prepares students for public service.

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Class of 2016 to Graduate Week of May 9

The 13 comprehensive high schools will hold their commencements at Tingley Coliseum; ceremonies for the schools of choice will be at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

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Class of 2019 Graduates the Week of May 13

The 13 comprehensive high schools will hold their commencements at Tingley Coliseum, and the magnet school ceremonies will be at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

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Dual Credit Courses at CEC

Sign up now for free classes being offered second semester.

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College & Career High Supporting Student Success

Students are on a path to earning a high school diploma and an associate's degree.

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Comanche ES Class Participates in National Hour of Code

Jenifer Linville's third-grade class participated in the national Hour of Code project, geared at introducing young learners to programming logic.

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Coming Up on ProView Networks: High School Football

This week's games: Rio Grande vs. La Cueva, Eldorado vs. Valley, Del Norte vs. Grants, Highland vs. Cibola, Sandia vs. Los Lunas, Manzano vs. Mayfield.

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Coming up on ProViewNetworks: High School Football & Volleyball, Week of Sept. 10

Football: Manzano vs. Cleveland; Albuquerque vs. Eldorado (homecoming); Valley vs. Capital; Del Norte vs. Los Lunas; Sandia vs. Volcano Vista; Highland vs. La Cueva (homecoming); West Mesa vs. Alamogordo. Volleyball: Metro Championship Finals.

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Communications Team Nationally Recognized

National School Public Relations Association honors team for calendar and videos.

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Computer Packaging Transformed into 7-Bar Sculpture

Fourth and fifth graders took the foam forms out of trash and turned them into art.

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Congrats Summer Grads!

Nearly 240 seniors earned their high school diploma this summer.

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Once Again, We Celebrate Our Students of the Week

Sponsored by Nusenda Credit Union and the APS Education Foundation for the seventh straight year

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Congratulations & Welcome

Our four elected APS Board of Education officials have been sworn in. We would like to take the time to congratulate & welcome them to the APS district.

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Conquering Destination Imagination

Students from across the district participate in state tournament.

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Contact Student Transportation if You Have Concerns about Buses

The department oversees 16 bus contractors that pick up and drop off more than 41,000 students each day.

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Coronado Launches Bilingual Newspaper to Engage Students in Writing

This innovative approach to literacy is funded through the APS Education Foundation's Guhl Literacy Award.

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Coronado Students Support APS Community Clothing Bank

The Student Council collected more than 150 packages of new underwear and socks and also donated $100.

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Counselors of the Year Named

Libby Dolan of Manzano Mesa, Blasa Munoz of Cleveland and Lisa Goldman of Del Norte were named counselors of the year. Superintendent Winston Brooks was named Counseling Advocate of the Year.

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Countdown to PARCC

Information for families on the state-mandated test from the New Mexico Public Education Department.

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Crisis Team Assists in Times of Tragedy

The group of highly trained APS counselors is ready to provide support, information and resources for students, staff and families in crisis.

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CyberBears Head to D.C. to Fight Against Cyber Crime

The five-student team from La Cueva is taking part in the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.

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Deadline for Daniels Scholarship Application is Nov. 17

The Daniels Scholarship Program is a four-year college scholarship for graduating high school seniors who demonstrate exceptional character, leadership, and a commitment to serving their communities.

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Del Norte Earth Club Students Shine at NMSF

The students got hundreds of fair-goers to sign energy pledges committing to reduce energy use.

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Del Norte Senior to Join National Choral Ensemble

Lydia Nelson will perform at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on Oct. 29.

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Del Norte Student Selected to All-National Honor Choir

Senior Melanie Pino will perform with 670 talented high school musicians at the end of the month in Nashville.

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Dennis Chavez Student Knows the Territory

Adittyo Paul finished third in the state National Geographic Bee.

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Delta Dental Provides Non-Perishable Snacks for Students

The Blessings in a Backpack program helps feed children who are on federal free and reduced-price meal programs.

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Desert Ridge Counselor Named NM Counselor of the Year

Vicki Price will be heading to the White House for a reception and luncheon with the First Lady.

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Discussing Tragic Events with Children

A member of District Stress Management and Recovery Team offers tips for talking to students in the wake of the school shooting in Florida.

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District Makes Changes to Graduation Dress Rules

The Class of 2015 will be allowed to wear chords and stoles representing academic success as well as culture.

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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.

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DNHS Class of 2018 Pledges to Finish in Four

All 360 freshmen signed a pledge and banner promising to graduate on time.

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Dozens of Teachers, Community Members Attend First Town Hall Forums

The teacher and community town hall meetings on testing, teacher evaluations and graduation requirements will be held five more times through October and early November.

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Dr. Winter Reflects on APS Accomplishments, Outlines Goals

The interim superintendent spoke to the business community about where APS has been in the past few months, and where it's headed.

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E.G. Ross Students Dive into Pond Ecology

Steve Lamb's second graders create fiction and non-fiction environments for the school to explore.

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Early Childhood Education Celebrated on Day Named for Long-time Advocate

To celebrate Lenore Wolfe Day on Monday, April 22, early childhood teachers are planning special activities for children that highlight the joy of play and learning.

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EAs Recognized for All They Do

Nearly 2,000 EAs are celebrated on Educational Assistants Day Wednesday, March 6.

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Educational Assistants: Thank You!

Classroom aides support teachers and go above and beyond for students.

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EHS Junior Wins National JROTC Air Rifle Crown

Mark Amdahl earned the top honor by defeating the "cream of the crop," the top 86 high school cadets from across the country in mid-March.

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Eisenhower Choir Honored as Top in State

The middle school group was named New Mexico Honor Choir by the New Mexico Music Educators Association.

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Eisenhower Student Places First in Letters for Literature Competition

APS students claimed numerous awards in the contest that involves writing letters to authors (living or dead) about how a book affected them personally.

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Eldorado Grad Releases New Single, "Dreamin"

Eldorado graduate and Albuquerque native, Alex Stern, releases her newest single "Dreamin".

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Eldorado Girls Win District with Game-Changing Shot

Senior Caitlin Duree's 70-foot shot at the buzzer is caught on video, and it's one you have to see to believe.

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Eldorado Student is Semi-Finalist in National Essay Contest

Delisha Lopez of Eldorado High was recognized by Stossel in the Classroom for her essay looking at government regulations.

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Students Use Electrical Tape as Art Medium

La Cueva HS advanced art students collaborate on a large-scale public art display on the walls of the school made out of electrical tape.

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Elementary PE Teacher Organizes Swim Meet

Students participate in after-school swim meet to celebrate the joy of swimming and physical fitness.

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Emerson ES Gets Two High-Tech, Interactive Tables

The donated Promethean ActivTables are designed to allow up to six students to problem-solve collaboratively.

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Emerson Students Change Lives in Africa

The school sent more than 1,000 books to a school in Sierra Leone.

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Employee Assistance Program Offering Workshop on Dealing with Aging Parents

The workshop will be held from 4:00-5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 27, in the Special Ed Conference Room, 220 West at City Centre.

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Eubank Students Make Their Mark

The entire school planted pinwheels to celebrate International Dot Day and Day of Peace.

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Explora Science Nights Bring Families Together

The program gives students and families from many Title I schools hands-on experience with the processes of science, technology and art.

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Supt's Column: Fair Aims to Help Find the Right Fit

Read Superintendent Brad Winter's column that ran in the Nov. 11 Albuquerque Journal.

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Fifth Grader Finds Ancient Artifact During Field Trip

The Georgia O'Keeffe student found what could be a thousand-year-old axe during a visit to the APS Sandia Mountain Natural History Center.

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APS Bond Rating Improves

Moody's Investor Service gives APS an improved credit rating which lowers the district's borrowing rate, putting more taxpayer-approved funding directly into projects.

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First CCHS Graduates Earn a Combined 193 College Credits

The nine graduates of the new school picked up their diplomas at CNM's commencement on May 3.

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Five APS Seniors Receive National Merit Scholarships

The students will receive scholarships sponsored by the Lockheed Martin Corporation Foundation.

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Five APS Seniors Selected as Daniels Scholars

The four-year scholarship is awarded to graduating seniors who demonstrate exceptional character, leadership and a commitment to serving their communities.

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Five APS Teachers Named Golden Apple Winners

High school teachers from Del Norte, Albuquerque High and Eldorado earn the prestigious award this year.

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Student Photo Exhibit Runs May 1-June 5

The opening reception for Focus on Youth is Sunday, May 1 at the Albuquerque Museum.

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Follow Conference on Social Media

Share the learning with educators around the globe by using Twitter hashtag #cgcs13.

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Food Pantry Helping Kennedy Community

Students and families get food and more through partnerships.

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Four APS Golden Apple Winners Honored at Luncheon Friday

Elementary school teachers Ulrike Kerstges, Theresa Sandoval, Jeff Tuttle and Cristal Dawn Wilson earned the prestigious award this school year.

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