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Students and parents can browse this page for information, links, and other educational resources.

News for Students & Parents

Student of the Week Majesty Gilo

Posted May 15, 2018 - Third grader at Sandia Base Elementary

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Student of the Week Ezra Cheema

Posted May 8, 2018 - 5th grader at Ventana Ranch Elementary School.

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Student of the Week Leslie Avitia Lozano

Posted May 1, 2018 - 6th grader at Grant Middle School

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Visit our newcomers page, where you'll find information about Albuquerque.

Welcome, military families!

Are you moving to Albuquerque with the military? Please call (505) 855-9040 for special help with enrollment, transfers, and other issues.

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Parents are a kid's first and most important teachers. Did you know? Parent involvement is closely linked to academic achievement and self-confidence.

Have a positive impact on a child's education. Learn more about volunteering.

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Contact the Homework Helpline for free K–12 homework help: 

  • Local: (505) 344-3571
  • Statewide: 1-800-947-8839
  • Monday–Thursday, 5:30 – 8:30 pm 
  • English & Spanish
  • Provided by licensed teachers

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Who to Call

Contacts

Service Center
(505) 855-9040
For questions about anything that affects your child

APS Switchboard
(505) 880-3700

Board of Education
(505) 880-3737

School Boundaries
(505) 855-9040

Student Transportation Services
(505) 880-3989

Communications
(505) 881-8421

Summer School
(505) 855-9870

Transfers
(505) 855-9040

Charter School Information
(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 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

Contact Food and Nutrition Services for:

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

Contact your school's nurse for:

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

For other questions and issues:

APS Non-Discrimination Statement

The Albuquerque Public School system does not discriminate nor condone discrimination by students, employees, or third parties on the basis of ethnic identity, religion, race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, HIV status, mental or physical disability, marital status, or pregnancy in any program or activity of, or sponsored by, the school district and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

Complaints

To file a complaint, go to Office of Equal Opportunity Services Complaint Process. The following departments have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:

Equal Opportunity Services and Title IX
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE, Suite 240 East
PO Box 25704
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87125-0704
(505) 855-9853 or (505) 855-9855

Section 504
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE, Suite 400 East
PO Box 25704
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87125-0704
(505) 872-6815

News
Wishes for a Joyous Winter Break
A holiday message from Superintendent Raquel Reedy
APS Education Foundation Announces 2019 Selfless Seniors
Each year, the APS Education Foundation in partnership with Frank Frost Photography recognizes high school seniors who have selflessly given back to their schools and communities.
Special Olympics Unified Champion School Award
La Cueva High School was presented with the 2018 Special Olympics Unified Champion Award.
Rebuilt, Renovated and Repaired
APS has spent millions of voter-approved dollars renovating, rebuilding and repairing aging schools. Here is a list of more than 150 projects since 2010.
Student of the Week JC Sandoval
5th grader School at Comanche Elementary School