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Posted February 19, 2015

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Licensure Email Mistake

HR will be in touch with teachers who need to renew their license.

Some teachers whose state license is not expiring at the end of the school year mistakenly received a telephone call and email from APS Human Resources Wednesday evening telling them that their license was expiring in June. A follow up e-mail was sent Wednesday night telling all teachers who received the first phone call and e-mail to disregard the first communication unless their license is in fact expiring in June 2015.

APS Human Resources will be in contact with any teacher who license is expiring in June to make sure that they do what is needed to retain their license. APS Human Resources managers apologized for the mistake and any inconvenience it may have caused.

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