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Reentry Plan News Archive

Information about the APS Reentry Plan was subject to change depending on the spread of the coronavirus and revised public health orders.

Posted February 25, 2021

 Website Filtering

Keeping our students safe on the internet

Posted September 4, 2020

 Technology Tips for Students, Families

Our EdTech Team has put together resources to help students and their families navigate through remote learning.

Posted September 8, 2020

 Changes to Remote Learning Attendance

Beginning Dec. 2, teachers will take attendance every day for each class and/or period.

Posted December 1, 2020

 APS Hosts COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Albuquerque Public Schools is working with the city of Albuquerque, the state Department of Health, local pharmacies and more to help get our community vaccinated.

Posted March 3, 2021

 When the County Goes Green, APS Goes Hybrid

The district will switch to a learning model that combines in-person and remote learning for all students if and when the state labels Bernalillo County at minimum risk for virus spread.

Posted March 4, 2021

 APS Responds to Public Education Department's Call to Re-Open Schools

UPDATE: The APS administration will provide an update on the district's Reentry Plan to the Board of Education during its 7:30 a.m. meeting Friday, March 12.

Posted March 8, 2021

 Checklist for Students Who Choose In-Person Learning

APS Schools Reopen Monday, April 5

Posted March 29, 2021

 Free Breakfast & Lunch Served at All APS Schools

APS will continue to provide free grab-and-go meals for students learning at home.

Posted March 29, 2021

 Plan for Positive Cases

APS follows a strict protocol when students and employees test positive for the coronavirus.

Posted April 13, 2021

 What is SEL (Social and Emotional Learning)

APS: Families Connected created a video in English and Spanish that discusses the importance of SEL as well as its goals.

Posted April 13, 2021

 USA TODAY Features APS Return to School

A New Mexico school sent all kids back in-person in one day. USA Today followed a teacher to see how it went.

Posted April 20, 2021