District News

WINTER BREAK 2014-15

The Aurora City School District’s first day of winter break with no classes begins on Monday, December 22,, 2014.  Classes for students will resume again on Monday, January 5, 2015.

HAVE A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY SEASON!


CAR RAFFLE DRAWING TO BE HELD ON JANUARY 10, 2015

The car raffle drawing for the 2014-15 Chevy Impala sponsored by Tim Lally Chevrolet/The Chevy Network will be held on January 10, 2015 at the Boys’ Basketball Game. 


AURORA HIGH SCHOOL FINANCIAL AID NIGHT ~Thursday, January 15, 2015

Aurora High School will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

This informative session will be presented by Ann Marie Gruber, assistant director of financial aid at Lakeland Community College.  Topics will include financial aid sources, scholarship searches and tips on completing the FAFSA form.

Click here for the Financial Aid Night Flyer.

Please click here for the AHS Guidance College and Career Planning Series Flyer.


AURORA CITY SCHOOLS' TWO-HOUR DELAY PROCEDURES

 

In accordance with the Aurora City School District’s Procedures for Emergency School Closing, the use of a delayed school opening may be utilized in the event of inclement weather.

Under the two-hour delay, the school day will be modified; however, the school day will end at the usual time.  To view the high school and middle school building’s delayed start class schedules, please click on the links below.

Aurora High School Delayed Start Class Schedule

Harmon School Delayed Start Class Schedule

Craddock School Delayed Start Class Schedule

Miller School Delayed Start Class Schedule

As with school closings, the announcement of a school opening delay will be broadcast on television and radio stations and this announcement could begin as early as 5:00 a.m.

Please click on “Read More” below to view the transportation adjustments that will be made when a two-hour delay is implemented.


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AURORA SCHOOL DISTRICT QUALITY PROFILE RELEASED

The Aurora City School District has released a comprehensive “Quality Profile” companion document to the Ohio Department of Education’s School District Report Card.  This “Quality Profile” features measures that help define what a quality public education looks like for our community which are not included in the State Report Card.  This was done in conjunction with area school districts and is supported by the Alliance for High Quality Education, an education consortium that works to improve educational opportunities for students and to speak for member districts on matters of educational policy and funding.

The content of this Quality Profile examines in greater depth those qualities that our community deems important for a high quality public education based on our Strategic Planning Committee recommendations and recent Community Survey. The profile content includes six categories:  Academics, Arts, Student Leadership and Activities, Fiscal Stewardship, Parent and Community Involvement and Student Services.  This document allows us to highlight these programs and reflect their community importance.

As the Quality Profile is being released statewide for the first time by a consortium of districts, it is our intention to continually update the document in order to keep residents informed and knowledgeable about our district’s educational priorities.  It will be added under “Quick Links” on our district homepage and can be found here.


AURORA QUALITY PROFILE VIDEO