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12095 Montview Blvd.
Aurora, CO 80010 [map]
303 364-7411
FAX: 303 326-1256
Office Hours:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Administrators are always
available for conference
by appointment.

Gerardo De La Garza -
Principal
Ms. Córdova
- Assistant Principal
Mrs. Goertz
- Assistant Principal
Mr. Stobaugh
- Dean of Students
Mr. Tooson
- Dean of Students

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Aurora Public Schools offers a wide range of services for all identified gifted and talented and high potential students. For more information, visit the AGATE Website.

   

North Middle School Vision

North Middle School students will be prepared for academic success in high school and college, and will be ready to succeed in a globally competitive work force.

PREPARING FOR THE NEXT GRADE LEVEL

Parents, Grandparents and Guardians, come and meet some of your child's next grade teachers (6,7, and 8) who will help you find ways to prepare. High School counselors and students will also be present to answer your questions as well as North parent leaders.
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Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Dinner and childcare will be provided.

APS LAUNCHES NEW MOBILE APP

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APS Students Compete to Save Energy in State’s Largest ReNew Competition

Students at 12 APS schools are leading the charge to find ways to save energy in a competition called ReNew Our Schools. The main goal of the competition, sponsored by the Center for ReSource Conservation, is to see how much energy each school can conserve during the month of April. Each of the participating schools is attempting to win one of three $20,000 solar arrays for their building.

The student-led challenge will focus on changing behaviors such as turning off lights, shutting down computers, and unplugging unused appliances. Students will earn points in the competition for energy savings and initiatives such as forming environmental clubs, creating videos, and developing energy lesson plans. Parents and community members can earn points for the school of their choice by pledging to save energy at home. Schools are competing in three separate divisions. The school in each division with the greatest number of points at the end of the month will win a solar array.

To learn more about the ReNew our Schools Competition or to complete a Home Energy Improvements pledge form visit:

conservationcenter.org/rnos

To aid student efforts, APS installed eGauge electricity monitors donated by local companies eGauge and Magnelab at each of the participating schools. These devices will track each school’s electricity usage during the competition and show real-time changes in energy use via a web-based computer application. Students can use this information to find ways to reduce energy and sharpen their strategy in the competition.

Students will also benefit by partnering with “energy mentors” from nine local companies and organizations. Mentors will teach students about energy-saving opportunities, share motivational strategies, and conduct energy “walk-throughs” to identify areas in each school where energy can be saved.

The following schools are competing in the ReNew Our Schools challenge:

ELEMENTARY

MIDDLE

EVERYONE ELSE

Elkhart Elementary

Aurora Hills Middle School

Aurora Frontier P-8

Crawford Elementary

East Middle School

Aurora Quest K-8

Side Creek Elementary

North Middle School

Aurora West College Preparatory Academy (6-12)

Tollgate Elementary School of Expeditionary Learning

South Middle School

Vista PEAK P-8

To learn more about the ReNew our Schools Competition or to complete a Home Energy Improvements pledge form visit http://conservationcenter.org/rnos/.

 

6th Grade Intramurals

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TCAP TESTING

Transitional Colorado Assessment Program
(Formerly known as CSAP Testing)
 
Testing dates will be
March 4,5,6 and 11 & 13
 
 
Your child's attendance on these testing dates is essential. We encourage you not to schedule any activities that requires your child to be absent during testing days.
some tips for successful testing:
 
  • Make sure your student is well rested for school, especially the day of the test
  • Be sure your child arrives on time to school each day and attends regularly
  • Encourage your child to do his/her best
If you have any question or concerns, please call us at 303-364-7411

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