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Posted February 16, 2012

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Schools Can Start Ordering Their 2012-2013 Agendas

Graphics Production and District Services is ramping up for a busy time of year.

APS Graphics Production and District Services are now taking orders for school agendas for the 2012-2013 school year. Schools placing orders now through April 15 will be guaranteed delivery before school starts in August.

Graphics is already printing calendar pages and ramping up for this busy time of year. Last year, Graphics produced over 15,000 agendas (975,000 sheets of paper) for more than 30 schools and several APS departments.

Schools can choose from four different calendar layouts. Graphics will design a custom agenda cover for your school or department, featuring school colors and mascots. They also offer a monthly planner that many schools order for their staff.

Some schools submit student artwork for the covers, which looks great when printed. Inside pages are generic and printed in black ink, in order to keep costs down.

Graphics will insert special pages, such as bell schedules, school policies, etc., and/or individual schools’ handbooks in the front of an agendas. For a few cents more, schools can help students and parents stay organized and keep all useful information together in one place.

The starting costs for agendas is a little more this year, due to paper and equipment cost increases, but they are still reasonably priced with no hidden fees or delivery charges. That’s right! Delivery and freight is FREE!

Revenues from agenda sales stay in the district and are used to pay for supplies and products Graphics offers to all schools and departments at low or below market value. 

For more information, call 842-3696, visit the Graphics Production and District Services website or email inquiry.GES@aps.edu.

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