APS Breaks Ground on New P-8 School with Focus on STEM Education

AURORA, CO – Aurora Public Schools (APS) will break ground this week on a new school with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. The school’s curriculum will engage students in creative hands-on projects that will prepare them for future STEM careers. The school will serve students in preschool through 8th grade and will officially open in August 2020.

APS is reaching out to the local community to help determine the name of the school, its mascot and the school’s colors. The new P-8 will offer a full range of sports for grades 6-8. Students in all grades will be able to participate in after-school clubs, activities and learning opportunities. Construction for the new school is funded by the voter-approved $300 million 2016 bond program.

 

WHAT: Groundbreaking Ceremony for new P-8 School at Harmony

WHEN: Wednesday, August 28th @ 4:30 p.m.

WHERE: 52 N. Robertsdale Street, Aurora, CO 80018

The school is located in Aurora in the Harmony subdivision along E. Ellsworth Ave. between Robertsdale St. and Trussville Rd. Since the school is in an area of new construction, GPS systems do not accurately display its location.

*Please refer to the map below for directions to the site.