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The mission of the employee wellness program is to provide an environment for employees that promotes a culture of health encouraging healthy behaviors. For further information, contact employee.wellness@aps.edu

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New Mexico Weight-Loss Jackpot Challenge! 

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 Conduct a Project Heart Start Training

 

Other Health & Wellness Ideas


Wellness Watch from our Benefits Carriers

 

Employee Wellness News

Take Control of Your Life

My Chronic Diseases Program (MyCD)

January 28, 2016

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NM Weight Loss Jackpot Challenge

NM Weight Loss Jackpot Challenge

Albuquerque Public Schools, Central New Mexico and University of New Mexico are joining forces to lose weight!

January 28, 2016

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Wellness Grants Awarded

Wellness Grants Awarded

Awards giving for Innovative Employee Wellness Initiatives

January 13, 2016

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Choosing Wisely Campaign

Choosing Wisely Campaign

Encouraging patient and doctor conversations

January 13, 2016

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Choose to Lose Healthy Wage Competition

Choose to Lose Healthy Wage Competition

Join Albuquerque Public Schools, Central New Mexico and University of New Mexico for a fun & exciting weight loss challenge!

January 13, 2016

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Student of the Week Amira Lewis
4th grader at Tomasita Elementary
Student of the Week Cheyenne Trujillo
8th grade at Taylor Middle School
Black History Month Message Inspires Supt. Reedy
The key to overcoming inequity is developing relationships with students and their families, the Superintendent wrote to employees.
Flying Star Café Hosts Clothing Drive for Students
You can donate new socks and underwear for kids in need at all six Flying Star Cafés through Feb. 14.
Holman’s USA Gives College Savings Fund to Armijo Student
Ashley Molina will have $2,500 for her education.