Proposed Curriculum Adoption on Display 5/26/20-6/5/20

PROPOSED CURRICULUM ADOPTION Curriculum materials being considered for adoption by the Aurora Public Schools Board of Education is available for public inspection online from Tuesday, May 26, 2020 through June 5, 2020. You may contact Shelia Jordan Siegert at 303-340-0859 … Read More

Free Meals for Children and Adults Available through July 31

Thanks to generous philanthropic support, we are now able to provide meals to everyone including adults. This program will continue through July 31. / Gracias al generoso apoyo filantrópico, ahora podemos proporcionar alimentos para todos, incluyendo los adultos. Este programa … Read More

Spring 2020 Internship Program Ends on High Note

Written by EIP Program Director and Coordinator Kim Wisneski The Aurora Public Schools Executive Internship Program (EIP) would like to thank individuals and businesses that welcomed interns this semester. The program was unable to hold the Sponsor Appreciation Dinner and Ceremony … Read More

Grading Guidelines for APS High School Students

With three weeks left of remote learning this year, we have been monitoring student course completion and have revised our grading guidelines to address the needs of our high school students.

Five APS Students Named 2020 Daniels Scholars!

Big congratulations to the APS students listed below who were named this year’s Daniels Scholars! Alexis Daniel Diaz Echeverria, Aurora Central High School Jonathan Mauricio Ortiz Hernandez, Hinkley High School Nathan Kaleab Berhe, Rangeview High School Tyler Lawrence Curnow, Rangeview … Read More

Celebrating our Teachers and Nurses

In Aurora Public Schools, we are always excited to honor and celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week (May 4-8) and National Nurses Week (May 6-12), but even more so during these unprecedented times.  APS teachers inspire hope, motivate imagination and challenge … Read More

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month

We all may face challenges in our lives that can impact our mental health. The COVID-19 pandemic, for instance, can create feelings of anxiousness and uncertainty. It is important for our students, staff, families and community members to be supported … Read More

APS to Host Virtual Prom on April 25!

The last few weeks have disrupted our lives in so many ways. We know how important it is to listen to our public health officials and stay at home as much as possible. Staying at home is saving lives and … Read More
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