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Free Internet Options for Families in Need

The Division of Technology has purchased internet devices, called Aruba's. These are intended for students/families that may otherwise not be able to afford or access home internet. Families have to fill out a form and an Aruba device will be delivered to their school to take home and use for free! The devices will be distributed on a needs basis. Below is the link to complete the form. https://sites.google.com/aurorak12.org/edtechtools/aruba 


Get your own personal tutor at Tutor.com. Complete directions are below for free tutors available through APS/Rangeview.

Parents: Click here for frequently asked questions for parents

APS Tutor guide.pdf

2022 - 2022 School Year

Transfer Google Account to a Personal Account

Food Delivery for Students Information & Update

Any student receiving any food delivery service: A student having food delivered to the front desk during a non-lunchtime will have their schedule checked. If they are supposed to be in class, the food will be held until an off period or the end of school.

Seniors…Every Wednesday during lunch, the counseling team hosts a “College Knowledge” session.  Seniors are invited to join and learn about the high school to college transition.  Lunch sessions will start on March 1st in the CCC and run through April. 

DiversityInclusion Week 2023 Final.pdf

Friday, November 5, 2021, the Comparative Politics Class participated in the MUN (Model United Nations) Simulation at CCA.  Some of them applied to be part of the CCA Delegation and represent Botswana in NYC in April.

So incredibly proud of these students,  give them a high five.

Alternates: Hannah B. and Lola A.

CCA Delegation: Joshua A., Angelina C., Yeabsera F., Mason H.,  Jonah S., & Darline W.

Winter Choir Concert
December 14, 2022 - 7 PM

Click Here to get tickets!

Senior Herff Jones graduation meeting Wed. Oct 5th,  8:30

Basketball Feeder Team

Rangeview Feeder Team.pdf

Students, Parents, and Staff: We have been hearing of a lot of email scams and phishing recently. This includes district accounts. The system is catching most of them but everyone needs to stay vigilant. Use the poster below as a resource for tips about phishing and what to look for in any suspicious email.


Health Measures for the 2022-23 School Year

Aurora Public Schools Community,

We hope you are enjoying your summer break and finding fun and memorable ways to stay cool. It is hard to believe, but the start of the 2022-23 school year is just around the corner. School starts for students in grades 1-12 on Tuesday, August 9. For Kindergarteners and preschoolers, classes begin on Monday, August 15.

As we prepare for the school year, I want to outline the health measures that we will have in place. Although there is still transmission of COVID-19, we are not seeing the high levels of hospitalizations and severe illness that we were throughout the pandemic. Thankfully, we will have fully in-person learning and we will continue to focus on safety, consistency and stability in our learning environments. 

Please note that if conditions change, we will update our health measures accordingly. As always, we will continue to keep you updated via email, automated phone calls and our website at aurorak12.org. If you have not already done so, please be sure to check-in your student for the upcoming school year and keep your contact information updated via the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. ... Read More