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News Item D source code Daily Posts to Keep You Informed
Check back weekdays to find out how APS is responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
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News Item Paying Tribute to Our APS Heroes
Thanks to all APS employees, volunteers and friends who continue to work in support of our students and families.
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News Item Continuous Learning Plan Update: Students Start Instruction the Week of April 13
Teachers Begin Training, Prepping the Week of April 6
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News Item APS is Strictly Limiting Public Access to Offices, Schools
The best way to reach us is by email or phone.
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News Item Pay and Work During School Closure Due to Coronavirus
How the closure affects employees and they work schedules.
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News Item At-Home Educational Resources
Supplemental at-home educational resources to allow students and families more options for learning.
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News Item text/texmacs APS Board of Education Uses Zoom for Public Comments
Meetings are on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 5 p.m.
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News Item APS@HOME Helpline
Offering information and referrals to health and human services, government agencies & community-based organizations
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News Item APS Supt. Signs Letter Calling for More National Funding for Public Schools
Superintendent Raquel Reedy is among 62 big-city superintendents who signed the letter urging Congress to approve new funding for public education in the next coronavirus supplemental appropriations bill.
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News Item Supt. Reedy Reads on Lavender Libros YouTube Channel
The reading project was launched by City Councilor Cynthia D. Borrego
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