Don’t Miss the APS Back to School Kickoff on Aug. 4!

posted in: ACTION Zones, AEA, Altura Elementary, Alumni, APS 2020, APS Community Campus, APS Foundation, APS Online, Arkansas Elementary, Athletics, Aurora Academy, Aurora Central, Aurora Frontier K-8, Aurora Hills M.S., Aurora LIGHTS, Aurora Quest, AWCPA, Board of Education, Boston Elementary, Boston K-8, CBOC, CCA, Century Elementary, Child Development Center, Clyde Miller Elementary, Clyde Miller K-8, College and Career Success, Columbia M.S., Communication Update, Community, Core Beliefs, Crawford Elementary, Crossroads, DAAC, Dalton Elementary, Dartmouth Elementary, District Calendar, District Holiday, District Meetings, District News, District Wins, Dropout Prevention, Early Beginnings, Early Childhood Education, East M.S., Elkhart Elementary, Energy and Conservation, Environment, Equity and Engagement, Events, Fletcher Community School, Fletcher Primary, Fulton Elementary, Futures Academy, Galaxy STEM, Gateway H.S., GED, Global Village Academy, Graduates, Grants, Hall of Fame, Health and Wellness, Hinkley H.S., International, International Baccalaureate, Iowa Elementary, Jamaica CDC, Jewell Elementary, Kenton Elementary, Kids Tech, Lansing Elementary, Laredo CDC, Laredo Elementary, LRFAC, Lyn Knoll Elementary, Meadowood CDC, Mentor Program, Mill Levy, Montview Elementary, Mosley P-8, Mrachek M.S., Murphy Creek K-8, News Highlights, North M.S., Nutrition Services, Outward Bound, P-20 Campus, Pacesetter Program, Parents, Paris Elementary, Park Lane Elementary, Partnerships, Pathways, PBS, People, Peoria Elementary, Performances, Physical Education, Pickens Tech, Pilot Schools, Posts, Postsecondary Workforce Readiness, Preschool, Rangeview H.S., Rebound, Retirees, Sable Elementary, Safety, Scholarships, Side Creek Elementary, Sixth Avenue Elementary, South M.S., Special Education, Staff, Students, Summit Academy, Superintendent, Tollgate Elementary, Transportation, Truancy, Uncategorized, Vassar Elementary, Vaughn Elementary, Virginia Court Elementary, Vista PEAK, Vista PEAK Exploratory, Vista PEAK Preparatory, Volunteers, Web Stories, Welcome Center, West M.S., Wheeling Elementary, William Smith H.S., Yale Elementary | 0
Aurora Public Schools is excited to host our 11th annual Back to School Kickoff to celebrate the beginning of the 2018-19 school year! APS students and families will receive free goodies, food and entertainment. This is an event you won’t … Read More

Explore the World at Aurora Global Fest on Aug. 19

The city of Aurora, Colorado invites you to experience fantastic flavors, cultural experiences and artistic expression from around the world at Global Fest. Come thirsty! The World Beer Market will offer different beverages with brewing techniques and flavors from around … Read More

Aurora Hills’ ‘Socktober’ Fundraiser Pays Dividends

Story and photos submitted by Aurora Hills Middle School Staff In the month of October, Aurora Hills seventh-grade students launched a "Socktober" campaign. They paired with LIMBS International to raise money and awareness to support individuals in need of prosthetic legs. The … Read More

Crawford Refugee Students Open Their Lives, Hearts to Classmates

For many students at Crawford Elementary, going to school every day is quite the experience. Crawford serves a relatively large percentage of refugee and immigrant students and families, and for some, school is a first-time experience. Refugees and immigrants have such … Read More

Digital Badge Summit: A Think Tank for Success

Remember the days when academic report cards were seen as the foundation to the makeup of a student? Archaic in nature, the report card only told one side of the story. Fortunately for today’s youth there’s Digital Badging, a credentialing … Read More

APS Celebrates International Baccalaureate Day

Several APS schools recently celebrated International Baccalaureate Day with students, staff, parents and community members to highlight the accomplishments of IB students and honor the diversity of the community. IB Americas Director Drew Deutsch even traveled from Washington D.C. to … Read More
1 2 3