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

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

Scholarship Spotlight: Justin Lewis

Lights, Camera, Action! Justin Lewis is well on his way to uttering these words, thanks to the Community College of Aurora. Justin recently earned the $10,000 CCA Foundation's Chair's Choice Scholarship. Lewis plans to use the Chair's Choice Scholarship money at … Read More

Muffins Just for Mom

Muffins made moms feel extra special for the afternoon. Fletcher kindergarten moms were recently invited to come to their child's school to enjoy a treat in honor of Mother's Day. Kindergarten students packed the lunch room to give their moms … Read More

Flock Funds Student Trip

Aurora firefighters at station No. 6 recently awoke to find a flock of birds perched in their lawn. These weren't any ordinary birds, but a cardboard cut-out flock used to raise money for the students on Rangeview High School's "Destination … Read More

Poetic Words Take APS Students to D.C.

Two APS students used their words to take them all the way to the nation's capitol. Gateway High School's Passion Lyons and Mrachek Middle School student Crystal Schwaigert both took recent trips to Washington, D.C. Neither student was on a … Read More

West Middle School Hosts “Game 24”

Who knew that math problems could be so much fun? APS middle school students! In the new West Middle School media center, 28 students from across the district competed in the annual Game 24 Challenge. In groups of four, students … Read More

Side Creek Students Bring Broadway Show to APS

 "They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway!" Dancing across the floor, students from the Side Creek Elementary School choir chanted these lyrics from George Benson's classic song during their "Welcome to Broadway" production. The students performed songs, dances … Read More
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