The City of Aurora Recognizes APS Students as Future Leaders

The City of Aurora recently honored numerous Aurora Public Schools students as Aurora Scholars!  These students are recognized as Aurora’s future leaders who have made noteworthy contributions to their schools.One teacher-nominated student from each grade level (first through 12th) at … Read More

Approved 2016-17 Conventional Calendar

The Board of Education approved the 2016-17 conventional school year calendar at its meeting on Jan. 19 based on recommendations by the Calendar Committee. The committee was comprised of school staff, parents and APS administrative staff.

Proposed 2016-17 APS Calendar

Vea en español.In October, APS convened a calendar committee to develop options for the 2016-17 Conventional School Calendar. The committee is recommending a draft calendar that is very similar to the one we are currently using, with the following school … Read More

Congratulations, 2015 Aurora Scholars!

APS students who strongly contribute to the life and community of their schools were recently honored as Aurora Scholars by the City of Aurora. The program was established in 2009 to bring city officials, district staff and families together to … Read More

Celebrate the Arts with APS!

Aurora Public Schools is excited to host the 2015 Festival of the Arts on April 13-26 at the Town Center at Aurora. During mall hours, come enjoy hundreds of artistic masterpieces created by APS students. Every APS school will be … Read More

Schools Earn More than $6,000 in Fall Energy Challenge

  Two APS schools earned a total of $6,651 in cash awards for reducing energy use in the district’s fall 2014 Compete to Reduce Energy Challenge. Fletcher Community School received $5,676 and Side Creek Elementary School, $975, for their student-led … Read More

APD Gives ‘Brave Heart Award’ to Side Creek Student

Story submitted by LJ PravecekSide Creek Elementary School Side Creek Elementary student and Honorary Officer Gabriel Santistevan earned the "Brave Heart Award" by the Aurora Police K-9 Unit for outstanding courage and bravery in his battle with cancer. Gabe's fifth-grade classmates were … Read More

Kids Clinics in Aurora Public Schools

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 … Read More

Side Creek Student Lives Out Dream of Becoming Police Officer

Photos courtesy John CordovaAurora Police Department Almost anyone can appreciate a good story. And as we all know, the best stories have heroic souls, people who can't help but make you smile. That certainly was the case recently with nine-year-old Gabriel Santistevan. The … Read More
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