Rangeview’s Stephanie Walsh Named Colo. Civic Educator of the Year

Congratulations to Rangeview High School teacher Stephanie Walsh for earning the Colorado Council for Social Studies “Colorado Civic Educator of the Year” award! Walsh, nominated by her Raiders colleagues, is hailed for going above and beyond to teach her 10-12th … Read More

Group of APS Seniors Graduate College before High School!

There is a natural order in life, which also applies to education. A student enters preschool or kindergarten and progresses through elementary, middle and high school before pursuing his or her college and career goals. However, a few ambitious Aurora … Read More

APS Girls Tech Camp Spikes Female Students’ Interest in STEM Careers

Aurora Public Schools recently hosted the eighth annual Girls Technology Camp! This day-long event provided sixth-grade female students from across the district with engaging, hands-on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) experiences. The girls enjoyed coding, 3-D design, snap circuits and … Read More

Dartmouth Principal Gives APS Seniors Priceless Graduation Gifts

Senior year is full of memories that last a lifetime. From prom to graduation and more, it’s a period in most teenagers’ lives that’s quite sentimental. Yet, Dartmouth Elementary School Principal Jeanne Ulrich found a way to make it even … Read More

Arkansas Students Enjoy Raspberry Pi Devices for Pi Day

Happy National Pi Day! Arkansas Elementary School students celebrated the observance with Raspberry Pi devices. These credit card-sized computers helped students understand and shape their digital world through programming. Representatives from the Aurora Public Schools Information Technology team hosted an … Read More

Oh, the Places We’ll Go! APS Celebrates Read Across America Day!

Written by APS Intern Esthefane Salcedo Are you wearing a striped red and white hat today? What about enjoying green eggs and ham? It’s that time of year to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day, formally known as Read Across America Day! … Read More

Gateway Students Make a Wish Come True for a Leukemia Survivor

Written by APS Intern Esthefane Salcedo As a heart-warming way of helping the community, Gateway High School students came together to raise money for a six-year-old leukemia survivor named Emilio. Partnering with the Make-A-Wish Colorado foundation, the students motivated their … Read More
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