Inspirational Speaker Wows Aurora Hills Students

Story by Leslie FajardoAPS Communication Team Intern Students at Aurora Hills Middle School recently had the opportunity to hear a motivating presentation from Canadian inspirational speaker Alvin Law. Law is not your ordinary inspirational speaker; he was born without arms. … Read More

Pre-K Students at Pickens Tech Can Zumba, Too!

Written by Leslie FajardoAPS Communication Team Intern Zumba, believe it or not, isn't just an aerobic dance exercise for adults, which kiddos at the Kids Tech program at Pickens Technical College demonstrate every week. Students ages two to five get their … Read More

Veteran’s Day a Time for Reflection and Thanks

Joseph Bowen peeks over the shoulders of some of his students, intently watching them troubleshoot a computer’s motherboard problems. As much as he wants to jump in and help, he simply asks one question: “Tell me what’s wrong here.” His students eventually … Read More

FULTON Celebrates 60-plus Years in Aurora

FULTON Academy of Excellence has seen its fair share of students come and go over the years — 61 years to be exact. The school, which opened its doors in 1952, recently celebrated its birthday during a community celebration. FULTON students … Read More

Thank you, APS Classified Employees!

Aurora Public Schools has joined other school districts statewide to celebrate Classified Employees Week, Oct. 6-12.  APS classified staff members provide their expertise and support in offices and classrooms, drive buses, prepare and serve meals and maintain safe and clean … Read More

Dr. Pedro Noguera Continues Vital Dialogue with APS Educators

Closing the academic achievement gap in public schools continues to be an important discussion among teachers and administrators nationwide. Renowned author and longtime educator Dr. Pedro Noguera returned to APS recently for the Educating a Rainbow of Children Conference, where … Read More
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