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Posted September 18, 2014

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Employee Letter from APS Communications

We're tweaking how we get information to you, and we'd love your feedback.

Dear Colleagues,

In this era of information overload, we’ve decided to lighten up your inbox just a bit by sending Perspective twice a month, rather than weekly. We’ll send the employee newsletter every other Thursday, so the next issue will be emailed to you on Oct. 2.

We’ll continue to post employee news, honors & recognitions, grant opportunities, retirements and announcements to APS.edu, so visit often for up-to-date information. 

We’ll also still be sending you APS News every Tuesday. This is our community newsletter sent to more than 60,000 parents, employees and community members to share important information AND to spread positive news about our students, teachers, staff and schools. This information also is posted to APS.edu. We’re always open to story suggestions. Let us know when you have something exciting going on at your school.  You can contact us at:

And don’t forget that APS is social. Visit us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Vimeo.

We want to hear from you. Help us spread the good word.

Monica Armenta, executive director
APS Communications

 

 

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