APS Dedicates Boardroom to Longtime Board Members

In a surprise ceremony before last Tuesday's board meeting, Superintendent John L. Barry and the APS Board of Education dedicated the APS Boardroom to Dr. Edward Lord and Patricia Lord. "With a combined tenure of 30 years, we have the … Read More

APS PACEsetter: James Henning Protects and Serves

Henning is an APS graduate who attended Sixth Avenue Elementary School, South Middle School and Gateway High School. Henning earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Metropolitan State College of Denver. In 1987, Henning joined the Denver Police Department. … Read More

PACEsetter: Quizno’s VP Clyde Rucker Gives Back to APS

Former APS graduate Clyde Rucker recently visited Gateway High School to encourage students and give back to his community. Rucker, a 1981 graduate of Gateway is now the Executive Vice President of the Quizno’s Restaurant chain. Rucker also attended Aurora … Read More

APS PACEsetter: Tia Fuller Jams with Beyoncé

When Tia Fuller picked up a musical instrument in third grade at Wheeling Elementary School, she had no idea that one day she would perform with a Grammy winner. Her journey has taken her across the world with international celebrity … Read More

APS PACEsetter: Hap Legg

  Legg graduated from Hinkley High School in 1994. He also attended Park Lane Elementary School and North Middle School. Legg attended the University of Colorado at Denver as part of the In-Roads Internship Program. Currently, Legg serves as the … Read More

APS PACEsetter: Ken Deal

Deal graduated from Aurora Central High School in 1982. He attended Aurora Public Schools for twelve years, including Montview Elementary School, North Middle School and Aurora Central High School. Deal earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Florida International … Read More
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