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Fifth Grader Finds Ancient Artifact During Field Trip

October 28, 2014 - 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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Our Kids, Employees Give from the Heart

October 28, 2014 - They don't do it for the recognition, but we wanted to say thanks.

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Mitchell Reading Teacher Changes Lives

October 28, 2014 - Alice Salzwedel is the Pepsi/APS Education Foundation Teacher of the Month.

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    (505) 855-9870

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    (505) 855-9889

    Contact your child's teacher for:

    • Questions or concerns about grades
    • Classroom happenings and incidents
    • Bullying in the classroom

    Contact your child's principal for:

    • When you can't talk to the teacher
    • Parking lot drop-off questions
    • Playground questions

    Contact your child's counselor for:

    • Bullying
    • Friendship and relationship questions
    • Information on getting free school supplies

    Contact your child's activities director or athletic director for:

    • Student club questions, including sponsorship or coaching
    • Student eligibility for extracurricular activities

    Contact Student Transportation Services for:

    • Bus stop questions
    • Bus service information

    Visit Student Transportation Services >>

    Contact Food and Nutrition Services for:

    • Lunch menus
    • Free and reduced-price lunches
    • Ingredients lists

    More about Food & Nutrition Services >>

    Contact your School Nurse for:

    • Immunization requirements for school attendance
    • Medications at school
    • Help with health referrals

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        News
        APS Wears Pink on Fridays to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness
        Many schools and offices did their part during the month of October.
        Help Us Win Money for Selfless Seniors
        Go to the Great Grant Giveaway Facebook page and let them know you support the APS Education Foundation program that shines a light on some amazing kids.
        Melting Pot to Feature, Sell APS Student Artwork
        The artwork, on display in the Foundation's private dining room, will be unveiled at the Uptown restaurant Nov. 6.
        Achieve Awards Go to 13 Clubs & Activities
        The money awarded by the APS Education Foundation goes to support middle and high school programs ranging from drama to science clubs to organizations that help students with disabilities.
        Atrisco Heritage Academy Marching Band Takes The Stage
        Jaguars compete in their first-ever marching band festival.