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Albuquerque Public Schools is taking a more personalized approach to education, and families and neighbors play a crucial part. That’s why it’s so important to stay informed, to keep in touch.

APS has lots of ways for you to do just that:

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Sign up for the weekly electronic newsletter that features good happenings in our schools and community.

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Make sure your child’s school has your updated contact information so you can get important phone calls and emails about absences, events, school delays/closings and security concerns.

APS Employees: We also use SchoolMessenger to notify APS employees about delays/closures, security concerns, and other staff-related priorities. Make sure Human Resources has updated contact information on file for you. Contact the HR Records Specialist assigned to your location to verify/update this information.

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ParentVUE and StudentVUE provide secure, private access to school and student information including:

  • Assignments
  • Grades
  • Attendance
  • Calendars
  • Teacher contact information.

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The app that lets you know what’s for breakfast and lunch at your child’s school. School menus are also posted on the APS website.

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Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Mention @ABQschools when you’re sharing good school news, too.

Records Requests

High school transcripts

Submit your request for your transcript through transcript service.

Deferred Action for Early Childhood Arrivals

Also known as the Dream Act for people who need documents from APS verifying to the Department of Homeland Security - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services that they came to the United States before their 16th birthday. Applicants must be born after 1980 in order to qualify.

Inspection of Public Records

Employee Records

Contact Human Resources or the

Other Records Requests

Please note that records are destroyed based on the Retention and Disposition Schedule:

  • High School Transcripts (shows date of birth, date of entrance, courses taken, grades receivedand degrees granted) - Available for 90 years after graduation
  • Student health records and immunizations - Available for 10 years from date of student's last attendance
  • Special Education Records - After completion of special services, but not sooner than 5 years after completion of activities funded             
  • Other student records, including registration record, screening evaluation, counselor notes, correspondence, and program participation - Available for 2 years after last attendance
  • School census records, Student’s attendance/absence record, Student accident and illness – Available for one year after end of school year 

Request must be in writing and include:

  • Your full name
  • All names the student used when attending APS schools (i.e. maiden name, middle name, nickname)
  • Mailing address
  • Email address
  • Phone number(s)
  • A specific description of the records requested

Email to or mail to Custodian of Records, P.O. Box 25704, Albuquerque, NM  87125-0704.

Please note there is a charge for records of 50 cents per page and $10 per flash drive.

Distribution of Flier/Literature Requests

Fliers for school distribution must be approved by the APS Communications Office to ensure compliance with APS policies. This includes material that meets the following requirements:

  • Supports district goals and initiatives 
  • Enhances educational outcomes for students 
  • Benefits students and families
  • Encourages character building activities and/or interests

Request Flier Approval

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