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News from 2022-2023

News from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023

 Peachjar Flyers Information for Schools

Peachjar is the APS digital flyer management system. Learn how to get rights to post Peachjar flyers for your school, and how to get training for Peachjar.

Posted July 13, 2022

 Generous Grant Allows for Expansion of Newcomer Services

The $425,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation will help students arriving from other countries and seeking asylum in Albuquerque.

Posted June 13, 2022

 Congratulations to Our Summer Graduates!

Graduates from APS comprehensive and magnet high schools got their diplomas during ceremonies at the Berna Facio Professional Development Complex.

Posted July 25, 2022

 Back-to-School Tips, Info, & Resources

Learn more about calendars, registration, safety, school meals, buses, tools for staying informed, COVID-19 protocols, and school supply and clothing assistance.

Posted July 29, 2022

 Applying for Free or Reduced-Price Meals

Not all school meals are free this school year as they were during the pandemic.

Posted July 27, 2022

 What Bus Do I Ride?

Type in your address, and we can tell you.

Posted July 27, 2022

 COVID Reminders

APS follows COVID safe practices to help keep students healthy and in school.

Posted November 13, 2022

 APS Handbook for Student Success

The 2022-2023 edition is now available online.

Posted July 26, 2022

 Class of 2023 Graduation Ceremonies Set

Most APS seniors will graduate the week of May 15.

Posted August 1, 2022

 APS is Hiring Bus Drivers and Custodians

Apply online

Posted March 16, 2021

 Did You Get Your APS Wall Calendar

The free calendars are being distributed to families, staff, and neighbors.

Posted August 10, 2022

 Student Records

APS parents and guardians have the right to access their child's education records following the law.

Posted August 16, 2022

 #APSConnects: 2022-2023 Social Media Campaign

Use the hashtag #APSConnects when posting uplifting images, videos, and messages to Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Posted August 18, 2022

 3 APS Magnet Schools Earn National Recognition

Valley and Early College Academy high schools and Mission Avenue Elementary School have been named nationally certified magnet schools.

Posted August 16, 2022

 AHA Solar Panel Project Unveiled

The 2,208 panels atop Atrisco Heritage Academy will save millions in utility costs at the state’s largest high school.

Posted August 19, 2022

Board Approves Teacher Contract

Statements from the APS Board of Education and Superintendent Scott Elder

Posted August 24, 2022

 APS Test Scores Will Establish a Baseline for Improving Student Outcomes

The results from the first state assessment students took in three years show the impacts of the pandemic.

Posted September 1, 2022

 School Safety Training Video Unveiled

At the request of high school students, APS put together a video to prepare students to respond to a dangerous intruder on campus.

Posted September 14, 2022

 Congrats to our 2023 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

37 APS seniors are among the nation's top academically talented high school students.

Posted September 19, 2022

 Homework Hotline

Get free homework help Monday-Thursday from 5:30-8 p.m.

Posted October 3, 2022

 Upcoming Holidays and Breaks

Winter break begins the week of Dec. 19

Posted October 11, 2022

 For the 5th Year, APS Recognizes Outstanding Employees

October's outstanding employees include a transition specialist, newcomer support specialist, elementary school principal, and head custodian.

Posted October 14, 2022

 42nd Annual Pageant of Bands Winners

10 APS high school marching bands competed with bands from across the state on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Posted October 25, 2022

 Manzano Named GRAD Partnership Spotlight School

The GRAD Partnership is a collaborative effort of nine organizations, working with districts and schools nationwide to empower them to graduate all students ready for the future.

Posted October 19, 2022

 Check Your APS Choices

Learn about the many learning opportunities APS has to offer.

Posted October 24, 2022

 Plan for Weather-Related Delays, Cancellations

Get weather-related updates at, Twitter, and SchoolMessenger.

Posted October 23, 2022

 Special Education Teacher Training Program

The alternative teacher training pathway allows participants to earn a living wage and work alongside professionals while taking classes. The application deadline is Feb. 15, 2023.

Posted October 27, 2022

 La Cueva JROTC Receives National Honor

The LCHS JROTC earned the distinguished honor of being one of only 13 schools in the nation designated a Naval Honor School.

Posted October 27, 2022

 Hey APS Seniors: It's Time to Fill Out the FAFSA

It’s college application season, which also means it’s time to apply for financial aid and scholarships with the Free Application for Student Aid.

Posted October 31, 2022

 Board of Education Community Conversations

Please join the Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education at one or more public listening events in November and December.

Posted November 9, 2022

 Rio Grande Culinary Arts Gets Cooking for the Holidays

Rio Grande is among 10 APS high schools that have culinary arts programs.

Posted November 14, 2022

 Clothing Bank in Need of Plastic Bags

The APS Clothing Bank uses plastic shopping bags to package basic need items for students.

Posted November 8, 2022

 Sick Students & Attendance Notifications

APS families may get attendance texts and emails even when students have a legitimate reason, like illness, for missing school.

Posted November 14, 2022

 November's Outstanding Employees

This month's honorees include a professional development specialist, registrar, administrative assistant, and workroom specialist.

Posted December 1, 2022

 Community Conversations: Sticky Notes of Hopes, Dreams & Expectations

The APS Board of Education is hosting community conversations to develop a district vision focused on student outcomes.

Posted November 15, 2022

 Take Online Survey to Share Your Thoughts on APS

Even if you haven't been able to attend the APS Board of Education Community Conversations, you can share your ideas through an online survey on how the district can provide the best education for its students.

Posted November 29, 2022