Intervention Services

Here at Alamogordo Public Schools (APS) we have a variety of services in place to provide our students with the best management, care, and support.

Families In Need: McKinney-Vento

Crisis Management: HOPE


Transition Support: Project SEARCH

Project SEARCH is an internship program for students with disabilities, ages 18 – 22, that prepares them for integrated, competitively-paid work. Project SEARCH interns spend their final year of high school transition services fully immersed inside a business such as a hospital or large hotel. Here they complete three 10-week internships where they gain practical employability skills.

New Mexico PreK & Developmentally Delayed Preschool Program:

Alamogordo Public Schools offers two types of free programs for preschool-age students:

New Mexico PreK is a program funded by the state of New Mexico for 4-year-olds to increase access to high-quality prekindergarten programs.  Openings in the New Mexico PreK program are available on a first-come, first-served basis; and classes begin in August of each school year.  

The Developmentally Delayed Preschool Program serves 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds who are eligible for special education services.  Screenings for this program are available at any time during the school year and APS holds 3 Child Find events a year as well.