Final Opportunity to Check Out Technology on April 9 & 10
We recognize that some parents and guardians have not yet been able to check out a technology device for remote learning. We have scheduled a final additional time for you to check out a technology device for your child OR to replace a device that is not working on April 9 and April 10.
APS to Continue Remote Learning through End of School Year
Important COVID-19 Information & Resources
APS COVID-19 Fact Sheet
Hoja informativa sobre el COVID-19
CO HELP COVID-19 Hotline
Call 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911
- 3/23: Remote Learning in APS Begins March 31
- Available Mental Health Supports for Students, Families and Staff
- Resources for Schools and Families During COVID-19
- APS Pandemic Plan
- Talking to Children about COVID-19
- Comic to Teach Children about COVID-19
- CDC Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities
- How to Stop the Spread of Germs from CDC
In times of crisis, we know that a sense of stability is the best thing for our kids. Over the last several weeks, we have all worked together to create a new sense of stability through our remote learning platform. While we continue to refine our work, we have heard from many of you that this platform is providing your students with a renewed sense of connection to our educational community.
On Tuesday, Governor Jared Polis issued an executive order extending the suspension of in-person learning through April 30. As we shared with you earlier, superintendents across the Denver metro area then made the collective decision that all of our schools will remain closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. This means we will NOT be returning to schools for in-person learning through the end of this school year.
Important Message from APS and Denver Metro Superintendents
Please read the following message from superintendents across the Denver metro area. We will be following up with you this evening with more information that is specific to Aurora Public Schools. In the best interest of the communities we serve, many school districts in the Denver metro area, including Aurora Public Schools, have decided to remain closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.
APS Offers FREE Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner to Students AND Adults During Extended Closure
During the extended school closure, Aurora Public Schools will be distributing FREE breakfast, lunch and dinner. These meals will be provided at 16 locations. All three meals, which include vegetarian options, will be available together for pickup through a grab-and-go system. Thanks to generous philanthropic support, we are now able to provide meals to everyone including adults. Also, the current stay-at-home order from the Tri-County Health Department does NOT affect our free meal program.