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As of 7 a.m., All APS schools are closed. More on:

As of 5:45 a.m., All APS schools are on a 2-hour delay. 

As of 4:53 a.m., all East Mountain Schools are closed and students in To'hajiilee are excused for the day due to inclement weather.

Students who will have canceled classes:

  • Students in To'hajiilee
  • Students who attend APS East Mountain Schools
  • Students who attend Manzano High School who live in the East Mountains. (Manzano High School students living in Albuquerque are required to attend classes.)

APS East Mountain Schools include:

  • A. Montoya Elementary School
  • San Antonito Elementary School
  • Roosevelt Middle School
  • Manzano High School: Students who live in the East Mountains
Posted by: Camille Pansewicz, District Admin, Albuquerque Public Schools
Published: 2/19/19

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APS Summer Learning

Please visit our website for more information about APS Elementary Summer Learning Programs.

Posted by: Brian Beeler, District Admin, Albuquerque Public Schools
Published: 1/31/19

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Parents: if your student will be in Kindergarten, First, Second, or Third grade next year and you would like them to jumpstart their learning, sign them up for our summer program to be held at McCollum from June 20 - July 25, 8:00am - 2:20pm.


For the registration letter, please click here or you may sign up in the front office.

Posted by: Candace Bur
Published: 4/10/18

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Please refrain from calling into the office at the end of the day to give after-school instructions. If at all possible, please plan ahead and let your students know before school what the plan is. Interruptions to classrooms are very disruptive to teachers and students. By planning ahead, we can keep interruptions to a minimum.


Additionally, early pickups are discouraged at McCollum, especially during the last half-hour of the day. Students are receiving valuable instruction  and receiving homework and instructions for the next day. 


Thank you for your cooperation!

Posted by: Candace Bur
Published: 10/23/17