APS Announces 2008-09 Teachers of the Year

"The best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book." Thank you to the nearly 2,000 APS teachers who inspire, motivate, guide and influence students every day. APS principals selected a "Teacher of the Year" who exemplifies these qualities … Read More

Students Trade Eight Days of Summer for Tech Camp

Written by Jennifer Stadler Nearly 50 students are participating in the first APS Technology Camp held at Boston K-8 this summer. Tech Camp '09 is an eight-day program open to fourth through eighth-grade students throughout APS. At Tech Camp, students … Read More

Boston K-8 Students Go to College

As part of the APS vision of "graduating every student with the choice to attend college," nearly 300 students from Boston K-8 recently experienced life as a college student when they visited Regis University for a day. Students toured the … Read More

Aurora Scholars Honored

The Aurora City Council is honoring several APS students through the inaugural Aurora Scholars program. The program, designed to identify students who strongly contribute to the life and community of their school, was created as a way for the City … Read More

Mentors on a Mission

Aurora Public Schools Maintenance and Facilities and Exterior Operations staff members say working for APS means more to them than just providing building support. They come together once a week to mentor a group of Boston K-8 students. The mentors … Read More

Congressman Perlmutter Donates Flags to New Schools

"I am honored to present these flags to Boston K-8, Crossroads Transition Center, Aurora Quest K-8 and Jamaica Child Development Center in Aurora Public Schools. These new schools will provide the children in these communities with the highest quality education. … Read More
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