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Gateway soccer team members

On a daily basis, APS students learn with peers from all over the world. Our students speak more than 87 languages and represent more than 100 countries.

Gateway High School’s soccer team has athletes from seven different countries. “Our players learn so much about themselves and other cultures from the athletes on the team. It is great to see them all come together with a common goal,” Gateway soccer assistant coach Phil Gerkin said.

APS has formed a committee to analyze elementary school attendance boundaries in the area south of Alameda Avenue. The goal of the committee is to create boundaries for the new Murphy Creek K-8 School and balance enrollment at the other elementary schools in the area. The committee includes parents, community and staff members.

In November and December, the committee will present boundary recommendations to parents, community members and staff for feedback. Dates, times and locations of these meetings will be announced in November.

Based on public feedback, the committee will make boundary recommendations to the APS Board of Education. If the board approves the recommendations, new boundaries would go into effect for the 2005-06 school year.

Updated information will be posted at www.aps.k12.co.us/boundary.