America’s Promise How to Afford College Resource Fair on Jan. 26

If you are a student or a parent of students in APS who are planning for college or careers after high school, you are welcome to attend the upcoming "How to Afford College and Career Training" Resource Fair sponsored by … Read More

APS Educators Help Colo. PE Teachers Reach New Heights

Congratulations to Aurora Frontier P-8 Physical Education Specialist Jennifer Ebbe-Handy, Hinkley High School PE Teacher Amy Farmer and Lyn Knoll Elementary School PE Teacher Chris Strater for earning the Society of Health and Physical Educators of Colorado Distinguished Service Award. … Read More

Game 24 Tournament Highlights Student Math Skills

At the APS Professional Learning & Conference Center, students from across APS recently showed off their math skills in the annual Game 24 Tournament. Nearly 50 students in grades 6-8 from 12 middle schools and K-8 schools participated in this year's tournament. … Read More

Technology Camp Breaks Down Walls between Females and STEM Careers

  Statistically, women are underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). This disparity can be attributed to many factors, including lack of role models and encouragement. To address this alarming trend, the Aurora Public Schools Information … Read More

APS Student Artwork on Display for Scholastic Art Contest

Story submitted by APS Art Educators Students from across Colorado, including many in Aurora Public Schools, submitted over 5,000 original works to be considered for the state's Scholastic Art Awards.  All work honored at the state level will be on display … Read More
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