APS Internship Brings Rangeview’s Kandace Wilkins Closer to Her Dream

In Aurora Public Schools, our first strategic goal is to ensure every student has a plan for his or her future. Through our Executive Internship Program, high school seniors enjoy unique opportunities to work alongside professionals in their fields of … Read More

APS Students Surprised with New Bikes

Sixth Avenue’s gym was recently filled with more laughter than usual as first graders joyfully rode around on brand new bicycles, courtesy of Can’d Aid Foundation. The organization teamed up with Oskar Blues Fooderies to make the dream of owning a … Read More

Flu Season is Here! Learn How to Protect Your Child

Every year thousands of children contract the flu. Illness can last 3-7 days and cause multiple days of being out of school. In more severe cases, hospitalization and even death can occur. Prevention is the best method to avoid the … Read More

APS Nurse Receives Special Award by Colorado Association of School Nurses

For the past eight years, Linda Lee Wood has worked as a school nurse at APS Meadowood Childhood Development Center, meeting diverse health needs for preschoolers and their families.  Wood, one of four school nurses in the state to be … Read More

Aurora Voters Approve Ballot Measure 5A!

  We are pleased that Aurora voters overwhelmingly approved Ballot Measure 5A, a $35 million mill levy that will support student health, safety and learning. The mill levy will ensure student success by investing in the following key areas: Expanding … Read More

Olympian Wellness Center Open for Business

Story Submitted by Janna Morley, APS Grants Project Manager Aurora Public Schools recently hosted a grand opening celebration for the district's fourth school-based health center! Located at Gateway High School, the Olympian Wellness Center provides comprehensive, affordable and accessible medical and … Read More
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