Congratulations, APS Retirees!

b950573b2dac6213c6f878b5b95009dbAurora Public Schools bids a heartfelt farewell to the more than 100 employees retiring this school year. The group
collectively served APS for over 2,500 years!

As a district, we believe student achievement and growth are driven by a highly-effective and respected staff working as a team.  We are grateful for our retirees' dedication to students, parents, staff and community members.

The following are just a few retiree highlights:

Tonia Norman, APS Board of Education Secretary - 30 years in APS
Tonia Norman, APS Board of Education Secretary - 30 years in APS

“I have enjoyed working in a number of different capacities within the district, and will cherish the memories and people that I have met along the way. I am looking forward to spending time with family and friends, traveling, and taking long walks.”

 

Regina Corby, Sixth Avenue Elementary School Fourth-Grade Teacher - 21 years in APS and Timothy Corby, Rangeview High School Social Studies Teacher, Wrestling and Soccer Coach - 35 years in APS
Regina Corby, Sixth Avenue Elementary School Fourth-Grade Teacher - 21 years in APS and Timothy Corby, Rangeview High School Social Studies Teacher, Wrestling and Soccer Coach - 35 years in APS

“Our four children attended school at Yale, Columbia and Rangeview. Each received an excellent education that was personalized and unique. We are fortunate to have worked with the teachers of our children and the most wonderful colleagues. Through APS, we have formed lasting friendships and have been inspired by kind, dedicated and courageous leaders. We can only hope that we were as influential in our own students’ lives. It’s been very rewarding.”

 

A’onie McGinister, Gateway High School Dean - 31 years in APS

A’onie McGinister, Gateway High School Dean - 31 years in APS

“As an employee of Aurora Public Schools for three decades, I have been blessed to have had amazing administrators which I feel have made me the educator I am today. Seeing APS students succeed is very rewarding. APS has become my second family and I leave with great memories and no regrets.”