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

News for Students & Families

Student of the Week Deven Vigil

Posted March 9, 2020 - Sophomore at Volcano Vista High School

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Student of the Week Isabel Taylor

Posted March 2, 2020 - 8th grader at Washington Middle School

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Student of the Week Naiyoki Wright

Posted February 24, 2020 - Fifth-grader at Kirtland Elementary School

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Coronavirus Updates:

Albuquerque Public Schools is actively communicating with the New Mexico Department of Health about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), commonly referred to as the coronavirus. They are providing us with regular updates, guidance, and resources. We are taking the health threat seriously. Important information for families online.

New to town?

Find information about Albuquerque on the newcomer's page.

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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School Information

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Who to Contact:

Your Child's Teacher for:

  • Questions or concerns about grades
  • Classroom happenings and incidents
  • Bullying in the classroom

Your Child's Principal for:

  • When you can't talk to the teacher
  • Parking lot drop-off questions
  • Playground questions

Your Child's Counselor for:

  • Bullying
  • Friendship and relationship questions
  • Information on getting free school supplies

Your School's Nurse for:

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

Your Child's Activities or Athletic Director for:

  • Student club questions, including sponsorship or coaching
  • Student eligibility for extracurricular activities

Additional Contacts:

Important Phone Numbers

Volunteering at APS

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. Volunteer with APS.

Homework Help

Contact the Homework Helpline for free K–12 homework help. Help is provided by licensed teachers in English and Spanish.

  • Hours: Monday–Thursday, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
  • Local: 505-344-3571
  • Statewide: 1-800-947-8839

Transportation Services

  • Bus stop questions
  • Bus service information

Visit the Student Transportation Services webpage.

Food and Nutrition Services

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

Visit the Food and Nutrition Services webpage.

Responding to Immigration Concerns

The shared values and beliefs of Albuquerque Public Schools is to ensure access for ALL students. APS insists that our schools are equitable and that students thrive academically, socially, emotionally, physically, and with humanity. Responding to Immigration Concerns.

Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools Video Transcript

[In American Sign Language] Hello! Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools, we are glad your family is here.
[In German] Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here. Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here.
[In Kinyarwanda] Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools, we are glad your family is here.
[In French] Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here. Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here.
[In Navajo] Welcome, we are glad your family is here.
[In Dari] Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools, we are glad your family is here. Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here.
[In Spanish] Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools, we are glad your family is here. Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here.
[In Ukrainian] Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools, we are glad your family is here.
[In Arabic] Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools, we are glad your family is here.
[In Spanish] Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here.
[In Japanese] Welcome to APS, we are glad your family is here.
[In Swahili] Welcome to Albuquerque Public Schools, we are glad your family is here. This is going to be a great school year.

[In Spanish] This is going to be a great school year.
[In French] This is going to be a great school year.
[In German] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Japanese] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Swahili] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Ukrainian] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Arabic] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Vietnamese] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Chinese] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Dari] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Russian] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Navajo] This is going to be a great school year.
[In Kinyarwanda] This is going to be a great school year. Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.

[In Spanish] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In French] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In German] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In Japanese] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In Swahili] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In Ukrainian] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In Arabic] Check out Families Connected on Youtube and subscribe.
[In Vietnamese] Check out Families Connected on Youtube and subscribe.
[In Chinese] Check out Families Connected on Youtube and subscribe.
[In Dari] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In Russian] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In Navajo] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.
[In Kinyarwanda] Check out Families Connected on YouTube and subscribe.

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 the 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) 855-9852, eosoffice@aps.edu

Section 504
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE, Suite 400 East
PO Box 25704
Albuquerque, N.M. 87125-0704
Nora Ellis, (505) 855-9840