Students Find Gravity “Egg”-citing!

Fourth-grade AGATE students at Iowa Elementary recently went to "egg"-straordinary lengths to study gravity and Newton's Laws of Motion. Students designed contraptions to protect an egg from cracking when dropped-- from the roof of the school's gym. Working with physical education teacher Casey Powell, … Read More

Grandma Rose an “Everyday Hero”

KMGH Ch. 7 reported on the great work of Grandma Rose, a volunteer at Century Elementary School, who has dedicated many days and hours to the children of APS. The story was featured in the "7 Everyday Hero" series over … Read More

Rolling Out the Red Carpet for Tollgate Filmmakers

Walking in to the gym with the sounds of "Hurray for Hollywood" playing in the background, a group of talented young student filmmakers recently strut their stuff down the red carpet. Tollgate Elementary School rolled out the royal rug to … Read More

“One Lump or Two?”

Aurora Hills Middle School students celebrated diversity by hosting the fourth annual Friendship Tea. Students in the Cultural Explorers Club poured a variety of exotic teas from silver pots to special guests at the event. "Learning the different teas of … Read More

William Smith & West Middle School – An Historic Journey

  [hana-flv-player video="http://www.aps.k12.co.us/supt/podcasts/west_history/west_history.flv" width="400" height="330" description="" player="4" autoload="true" autoplay="false" loop="false" autorewind="true" /]     Download William Smith & West Middle School An Historic Journey Sept. 2006
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