The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education is planning to begin the search for a new Superintendent for the Aurora Public Schools later this month. During its December 6 meeting, Board members will be voting on a transition agreement and plan. After more than nine years of service, Superintendent Rico Munn’s current contract expires at the end of this school year.
It’s a standard elementary school setting. Posters line the walls. Some show tips on context clues, others simply offer words of welcome and encouragement. There’s a bookcase nearly overflowing that sits just inside the door. No doubt it’s packed with … Read More
Help Hinkley High School select a new mascot by participating in the short, one-question survey below! This call to action was prompted by Governor Jared Polis' signing of Senate Bill 21-116 (SB 21-116), which prohibits the use of American Indian … Read More
Respiratory viruses including Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), Influenza (flu), and COVID-19 are spreading across Colorado and the nation. All of these viruses cause similar symptoms including cough, congestion and fever. Most people will have mild symptoms but others, especially young … Read More
Dear APS Community, During this special holiday time, it is difficult to process that our state is now dealing with another horrific mass shooting. As you may have heard, news reports are sharing that five people were killed last night … Read More
As a parent or guardian, you want your child to get to school safely and return home in the same manner every day. At Aurora Public Schools, we assure you that safety is our number one priority, but we … Read More
Students in East Middle School’s woodworking program are proud owners of brand new skateboards that they built with their own hands. A group of 75 sixth and seventh grade students enjoyed learning about the physics of skateboarding before diving into … Read More
We are excited to announce that East Middle School Instrumental Music Teacher and Band Director Jimmy Day II earned the 2023 Colorado Teacher of the Year award! Out of more than 60,000 teachers across the state, the Colorado Department of … Read More