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Posted: April 28, 2020

Daily Posts to Keep You Informed

Check back weekdays to find out how APS is responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

Albuquerque Public Schools continues to provide services, support, and educational resources during these trying, ever-changing times. To keep you informed, we are posting daily updates to our website. Every day brings a new challenge, and we want to make sure you know what your school district is doing to support our students, families, staff, and community.

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Please Wear Masks When Picking Up Meals

APS is encouraging (though not requiring) families to wear face-coverings like homemade masks or scarves when picking up meals. Face coverings are not required and families without face coverings may still pick up meals at schools. APS staff has been instructed to wear masks and gloves when handing out grab and go meals. 

Save the Date: APS Senior Celebrations Premiere a Week from Today!  

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham joins actors Bryan Cranston, Steven Michael Quezada, Neil Patrick Harris and a dozen more celebrities, athletes, and politicians with ties to Albuquerque for an unforgettable celebration of the Class of 2020 next Wednesday, May 13. APS Senior Celebrations 

Supt. Reedy Reads on Lavender Libros YouTube Channel

City Councilor Cynthia D. Borrego has launched Lavender Libros, a book reading project to demonstrate care and outreach to New Mexico’s children. APS Superintendent Raquel Reedy is among the government administrators and community leaders alike who will read a children's book available on the   Melissa Sanchez, Executive Director of ABQ Westside Chamber of Commerce, is helping organize the project.

The reading broadcasts will occur every Wednesday until the State Health Order is lifted and possibly continue throughout the year. 

Tuesday, May 5

Friday, May 1

Posts from April

Wednesday, April 29

  • Clothing Bank to Deliver New Socks, Underwear & Gently-Used Clothes to Schools for Students in Need. Contact your school's counselor, social worker, nurse, family liaison, or community coordinator before May 7 if your child is in need of clothing.

Tuesday, April 28

  • APS Supt. Signs Letter Calling for More National Funding for Public Schools. The , written by the , calls for more than $2 billion in federal financial support.
  • Join the Pepsi Challenge and support student achievement: Learn more about the Pepsi Challenge 

Monday, April 27

EdTech Resources for Students & Families:

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More than 1 Million Meals Served! APS has provided more than a million and a half meals to children since schools closed in mid-March. The grab and go meals for both breakfast and lunch are distributed at dozens of schools across the district. Grab & Go Meal Sites 

Friday, April 24

  • City of Albuquerque Provides Free Wireless Internet to Power APS@Home: For a map of locations, addresses, help with connecting, and more information, visit .
  • More than 200,000 Views for APS @HOME on NMPBS: During the first two weeks of APS @Home, the elementary lessons recorded by APS teachers have been viewed an estimated 175,000 times on New Mexico PBS. It is estimated that the lessons were viewed another 50,000 times on two other New Mexico stations.  APS @HOME airs from 8 a.m.-noon weekdays on Channel 5.1. Educational programs also are posted to the . 

Thursday, April 23

  • APS@HOME Helpline: Calls are answered Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (beginning Monday, April 27.) Please call 768-LINK (5465).
  • Celebrities, Politicians & Athletes to Help Celebrate (virtually) the APS Class of 2020. All 21 APS high school videos will premiere at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 13, on the APS Graduation website and . School websites and social media sites also will include their video. 

Tuesday, April 21

  • Families with more than one APS student learning at home may now check out a laptop computer from APS Technology at its distribution center at , near Milne Stadium (follow the banners). Chromebooks will be checked out from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. 

Monday, April 20

Friday, April 17

14 Domino’s Pizza outlets have joined hands with the APS Title I Project to deliver 1,050 free pizzas to Albuquerque’s homeless children during April. If you know a family experiencing homelessness, call at 505-256-8239 ext. 46902.

Wednesday, April 15

  • Chromebook Distribution for Middle and Elementary School Students: Beginning Wednesday, April 15, the families of middle and elementary school students who don't have a computer at home will be able to check out Chromebooks. There is a limit of one computer per family. Elementary and middle schools are setting up their own distribution schedules. Watch for a robocall/email from your child's school about dates and times of checkouts. Checking Out Computers for Home
  • Spanish Version of Continuous Learning Plan Now PostedAPS plan para el aprendizaje continuo (PDF)
  • Summer High School Goes Online: Traditional summer high school has been canceled due to the coronavirus health crisis.  All summer credit recovery will be offered online through eCademy, as will PE. Get More Info on Summer High School 

Tuesday, April 14

Chromebooks for families that don't have a computer at home are being distributed Tuesday, April 14, for students at Cibola, Valley, Volcano Vista, Del Norte, Eldorado, La Cueva, and Sandia high schools.

Monday, April 13

Saturday, April 11

  • Due to expected weather complications, there will be NO Chromebook checkout on Monday, April 13. Chromebook distributions that were scheduled for Cibola, Valley, Volcano Vista, Del Norte, Eldorado, La Cueva and Sandia high schools have been postponed to Tuesday, April 14. 
  • Beginning Wednesday, April 15, the families of middle and elementary school students who don't have a computer at home will be able to check out Chromebooks. There is a limit of one computer per family. Elementary and middle schools are setting up their own distribution schedules. Watch for a robocall/email from your child's school about dates and times of checkouts.

More on Checking Out Computers for Home

  • Wifi on Wheels:  to provide drive-up mobile WiFi units at a number of APS schools and area public libraries. Users can drive up to within 100 feet of the mobile units and stay in their cars to promote social distancing while accessing a free WiFi connection. .

Thursday, April 9

  • Grab and Go Schedule Change: Beginning the week of April 13, APS is reducing the days and times of meal distribution. Meals can be picked up from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays only. Students will receive meals for the day as well as meals that can be prepared the next day. The new schedule provides meals for six days a week. It also relieves the burden on food workers who have done a tremendous job on the frontlines during this public health crisis.

Wednesday, April 8

Continuous Learning Plan 

Tuesday, April 7

  • Did You Miss the First Day of APS @HOME? No problem. We have posted the day's lessons to  (as we will all lessons). Lessons are aired on NM PBS (KNME Channel 5.1) Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon.  
  • Friday is the Vernal Holiday. Schools will be closed. This includes Grab and Go meal sites (we will provide double meals the day before).  

Monday, April 6

Friday, April 3

  • Grab and Go meals will no longer be served at MacArthur Elementary School beginning Monday, April 6. Students can pick up meals at nearby Taft Middle School or La Luz Elementary School. 
  • On Thursday, April 9, we will provide four meals (two breakfasts and two lunches) because Friday, April 10, is the Vernal Holiday, and the grab and go meal sites will be closed.
  • Beginning the week of April 13, we are reducing the days and times of meal distribution. We will be providing grab and go meals from 11  a.m.-1 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday only. Students will receive meals for two days at those times.
  • Update: MHS, AHS School-Based Health Centers will remain closed: The school-based health centers at Albuquerque and Manzano high schools will remain closed. In the next couple of weeks, patients seen at all six of the SBHC sites will be contacted to ensure they have referrals and resources they need.  In addition, UNM SBHC is available via phone at (505) 272-5132, Monday through Friday during business hours to answer any questions from students or parents.  
  • Face Masks for Food Servers: We are encouraging members of the APS community who know how to sew to make face masks for our Food and Nutrition Services workers who are on the front lines preparing and serving meals to our students.  

Thursday, April 2

Wednesday, April 1

  •  due by Wednesday, April 22: Now more than ever we appreciate nurses and other medical professionals who are working to keep us healthy. That includes our school nurses. Do you know a great school nurse who deserves to be named School Nurse of the Year 2020? If so please , write a short narrative (under 700 words) telling why the nurse deserves this honor, and include one letter of recommendation. Email nominations to cynthia.miller1@corrigeen.com or annetta.good@corrigeen.com.
  • : APS EdTech is providing training in ways teachers can communicate and get resources to students. The webinars are available April 6-10.

Posts from March

Tuesday, March 31

Monday, March 30

Friday, March 27

  • APS, NM Schools Closed, Moving to Distance Learning: As of Friday, March 27, all APS schools will be closed for the rest of the school year in response to the ongoing international coronavirus pandemic. The closure of all New Mexico public schools was ordered by the New Mexico Public Education Department to reduce the spread of the contagious virus. APS is working on a continuous learning plan for all students for the rest of the school year. In the meantime, supplemental online and printed learning materials are being provided for families.
  • Thanks to the APS payroll staff who made sure all employees got paid on time! They are among those on the front lines who keep the district running.  
  • Materiales en español: Hemos publicado materiales de aprendizaje para descargar con instrucciones en español para padres (las tareas para los estudiantes son en inglés). Además, hemos publicado paquetes de aprendizaje para llevar (Grab & Go) en español. Materiales en español
  • APS Employee Benefits-Coverage and Copay Updates Due To COVID-19: All costs related to COVID-19 testing and treatment are 100% covered under APS Employee Benefits with no copayment, deductible or coinsurance. For more information: , , True Health New Mexico – 1-844-308-2552.  If you have any questions, please call or email APS Employee Benefits. Phone: 505-889-4859, Email: employee.benefits@corrigeen.com

Thursday, March 26 

  • Clinics at Rio Grande, Emerson, Grant and Atrisco Heritage will continue to provide services during the coronavirus crisis. Get clinic hours, types of services and phone numbers.
  • First Nation offers to-go meals for Native American students and families Monday-Friday at the All Nations Wellness & Healing Center, 6416 Zuni Road SE.

Wednesday, March 25 

  • The , staffed by professional counselors around the clock, can help those struggling with mental health or crises. Call anytime: 855-662-7474.
  • For APS employees, the Employee Assistance Program is providing assistance and support. EAP can help with stress management, depression, substance abuse, trauma, relationship issues, anxiety, and medical issues. Call 505-884-9738. 

Tuesday, March 24 

Monday, March 23 

Friday, March 20

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