APS Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

By Jennifer Coleman APS Communication Intern “I do not like Green Eggs and Ham,” exclaimed APS students, but they certainly liked celebrating Dr. Suess’ birthday during Read Across America Day. This annual celebration is designed to motivate children to read. … Read More

Six Schools Recognized as Centers of Excellence

The Colorado Department of Education has named six APS schools as Centers of Excellence. The CDE distributes these awards annually to schools with the highest rates of student academic growth, as measured by the Colorado Growth Model, and a student … Read More

APS Schools Named ‘CDE Centers of Excellence’

Five APS schools have earned Centers of Excellence Awards from the Colorado Department of Education.  These annual awards are granted to eligible Colorado schools with the highest rates of academic growth. To be eligible for the award, at least 75 … Read More

Yale Students Raise Funds for Haiti

After the earthquakes in Haiti, the AGATE students at Yale Elementary School decided to organize an effort to raise money to send to Haiti for relief efforts. The Yale community has raised a total of $573.30, with Mrs. Wise's third … Read More

APS Leads the Way with Energy Conservation Efforts

Aurora Public Schools is rapidly becoming a leader among Colorado school districts for its energy awareness and conservation efforts. APS energy conservation standards are also beginning to pay off in big savings across the district. APS Energy Consultant Tim "Bo" … Read More

Festival of the Arts Results

Congratulations to our Festival of the Arts winners. Your art projects displayed at the Town Center at Aurora were spectacular. We are proud of you! Elementary Altura 1st Lorenzo Rodriguez 2nd Belen Bustamante 3rd Janyll Trujillo Arkansas 1st Melany Chavez … Read More

Aurora Scholars Honored

The Aurora City Council is honoring several APS students through the inaugural Aurora Scholars program. The program, designed to identify students who strongly contribute to the life and community of their school, was created as a way for the City … Read More

Former Bronco Encourages Yale Students to Write

Written by Heather Wise, 3rd Grade Teacher, Yale Elementary Former Denver Broncos linebacker Ian Gold recently visited Yale Elementary to talk to students about the importance-- and fun-- of writing. After retiring from the NFL, Gold continued his passions for … Read More
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