Día del Niño Celebration on April 28

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science and the Mexican Cultural Center invite you to Día del Niño - Celebrating ALL Children FREE ADMISSION! April 28, 2019 9 am - 5pm 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO 80205 The celebration will … Read More

Lyn Knoll’s New Library is Ready for Checkout

By Yucheng Zhang, APS Communication Intern Students and staff at Lyn Knoll Elementary School joined together to celebrate the grand opening of their first ever library! The celebration started as any Friday would - the entire school filled the gym … Read More

Beloved School Volunteer Proves Small Acts of Kindness Can Make a Huge Impact

When Michelle Yardeny started her Farmers Insurance agency, she knew the heart of her company would be giving back to the community. As a teacher’s wife, her empathy for educators led her to embark on a mission to help students and make at … Read More

The APS Career Fair is April 9!

The Aurora Public Schools invites APS seniors, alumni and their families to the 2019 APS Career Fair. APS Career Fair April 9 | 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. APS Professional Learning and Conference Center 15771 E. 1st Avenue Aurora, CO … Read More

APS Alumni Creating a “Legacy”

By Yucheng Zhang, APS Communication Intern In the fall of 2018, a group of Aurora Public School graduates from around the district came together to form the a capella group Legacy. This talented group of artists consists of Vista PEAK … Read More

William Smith’s Jade Davidson Wins Inaugural “Aurora’s Got Talent”

In a new competition to determine the most talented high school student in APS, William Smith High School's Jade Davidson took home the crown. Jade became the first winner of "Aurora's Got Talent" after captivating the judges with her guitar … Read More

APS Welcome Center Hosts Parenting Workshop

The APS Welcome Center recently hosted a workshop for refugee and immigrant families to learn about parenting in the United States. Families representing 14 different cultural backgrounds gathered to acquire new and effective parenting skills that may differ from best … Read More

Helping Students “Trek” Into their Careers

By Yucheng Zhang, APS Communication Department Intern CareerTrek was back again this year, offering over 50 professionals from various industries to 2,800 Aurora Public Schools students from around the district. This annual fair was hosted by the APS College and … Read More

Help Gateway Alumna Witness NASA Launch her Experiment!

Gateway High School alumna Ruby Martinez is shooting for the stars, literally. The current mechanical engineering student joined a program called RockSat to design prototypes for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)! RockSat students design and build sounding rocket … Read More
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