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Aurora School Board President Gerald Kohanski Leads the City of Aurora's 4th of July Parade as Grand Marshal Madi Smith, Sakurako Reed, and Amairani Chavez Created a Mural at AHS During Their Senior Internship Under the Direction of Sean Berrodin Keri Stoyle's 5th Grade Class Held An Alex's Lemonade Stand Leighton Fundraiser That Raised Over $600 To Help Fight Childhood Cancer CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2017! Good luck to the Aurora High School Class of 2017! Aurora Board of Education Members Ready to Begin the 2017 Commencement Ceremony CONGRATULATIONS to the Aurora High School Graduating Class of 2017! Senior Breakfast Was Enjoyed By All Senior Breakfast Was Enjoyed By All Senior Breakfast Was Enjoyed By All Congratulations To Our Teaching Staff Award Winner Rose Brown and Classified Staff Award Winner Carol Heiskell Congratulations to the backstage crew of the AHS Drama Production of Showing Off Slime In Mrs. Voinovich's Class A Scene From The AHS Spring Musical Anything Goes Author Shelly Pearsall with P. DiMicco during her visit to Harmon School. Harmon School Grandparent's Tea Celebration Our SRO's visited Miss McArthur's class for career day. Congratulations To Our AHS Spring Athletes Who Signed their NCAA National Letters of Intent.  Left To Right:  Zachary Jenkins, Jaret Rose, Josh Famageltto, and Olivia Grohe. CONGRATULATIONS AURORA HIGH SCHOOL ~ THE U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT’S #1 RANKED HIGH SCHOOL IN NORTHEAST OHIO  (6TH IN OHIO)! Way to go Rotary International Students of the Month (February) - Lauren Hall & Tyler Thieding Congratulations to our AHS Outstanding Greenmen and Instructors 2017 A Donut With My Dad! Princess Prom 2017 CONGRATULATIONS To Our Lady Greenmen Basketball Team And Coach Greenberg On Their First Conference Championship Title Since 1927! The Penguins From Harmon School's Play Madagascar Jr. Get Ready To Take The Stage Congratulations to AHS Signing Day Athletes:  Bubba Arslanian, Syarra Sellers, Anna Davis, and Holden Semancik Harmon Winter Sports Assembly Welcome To Our AHS ILEP Visiting Scholars Thank You Card To School Board From Mrs. Buettin's Kindergarten Class Our Boy's Fall Athletes Were Recognized At The December Board Meeting Congratulations To Our Fall Athletes - Girls (Photo Taken At The December Board Meeting) Aurora School Board President Gerald Kohanski Takes His Oath At The Board of Education Organiztional Meeting on January 5, 2017 Preschool Thanksgiving Celebration Aurora Hockey Team Takes The Ice The AHS Orchestra Performed in Concert Aurora Basketball Team took on Barberton Craddock Dads and Donuts Wrestlers At A Match Leighton School Blue Ribbon Ceremony Aurora vs. Hudson Playoff Football Game Miss McArthur's Special Guests Took Time Out for Dads & Donuts Photos The AHS Musical AHS Veterans Day Breakfast Celebration 9/11 Twin Tower Survivor George Slay Talks with Harmon Students 8th Grader Lilly Bates' Washington D.C. trip photograph of the Vietnam Memorial was one of 10 national finalists for the Gilder-Lehrman Institute of American History Veterans Day War Memorial Photo Contest. Congratulations to our AHS 2016 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist and Commended Students Lauren Skonieczny's 2nd Grade Class Participates in Their Morning Meeting Congratulations and Good Luck to Donovan Boyle and the Girl's Varsity Cross Country Team who will be Competing in the Division 1 State Meet this Saturday Halloween Party Costumes in Miss McArthur's Class Happy Halloween! Set for Volleyball The Boy's Soccer Team Raised $5,000 for the ACS Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraiser Congratulations to Homecoming King Ryan Markowitz and Queen Mary Elliott Superintendent Pat Ciccantelli received a Certificate of Appreciation for his outstanding contribution in the Field of Drug Law Enforcement Mrs. Will's Class and their Marshmallow Challenge Meet & Greet and Popsicles Welcomed Students Back to School at Miller School Come on into Craddock for the first day of school AHS Mural Created by Connor Bowen and Samantha Miller Aurora 5th Grade Teacher Keri Stoyle (2016 Master Teacher Award Winner) and Dan Keenan at the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation reception Aurora Marching Band Performs During 4th of July Parade Band members took part in the Aurora Memorial Day Parade

Leighton Elementary School News

SUMMER BOARD OFFICE/SCHOOL BUILDING OFFICE HOURS Summer Office Hours hanging from thumbtack

The Aurora City Schools are currently operating on a summer schedule in order to conserve energy wherever possible.  Please click on Read More below to view the district building office hours.


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HARMON/HIGH PTO SCHOOL SUPPLY SALE 2017-18 Cart with school supplies with sale on the side

You can purchase your prepackaged school supplies for the next school year through School Tool Box.  You can place your order online, and it will be DELIVERED DIRECTLY TO YOUR HOME ADDRESS. 

You will have the option to CUSTOMIZE you order by adding or removing items from the teacher-approved list.  Already have a ruler or scissors? Remove them.  Need an additional box of crayons for home or supplies for a sibling?  Add them.  It's that simple!  School Tool Box will donate one meal for each box sold to Feed My Starving Children.

ORDER TODAY at:  www.schooltoolbox.com.  

SALE ENDS JULY 29, 2017

For questions, please contact Vanessa Fabec at 440-655-0538 or vanessafabec@gmail.com.


AURORA BAND CALENDAR SALE ~ Monday, July 31, 2017 Band Calendar Events

The Aurora High School Band will be selling their CALENDAR OF EVENTS door-to-door on Monday, July 31, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.  Calendars are $10 each. In addition, you can purchase this school calendar (an essential planning aid) after the door-to-door sales event ends at Mazzulo's Market in Aurora through the month of September.  

Thank you for your support!

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AURORA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT’S 2017-18 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS AVAILABLE ON-LINE Back to School Supply Lists with supply photo

School supply lists for the 2017-18 school year are available on-line for students in grades Preschool - 8.

There is no school supply list for Aurora High School students  Each teacher will inform their students as to what materials they will need for class at either new student orientation or the first day of class. It is recommended that all high school students come prepared with basic school supplies, such as spiral notebook paper, folders, pencils, and pens, on the first day of school and the calculator that corresponds with the math class they are taking.  (Integrated Math 1 BLOCK or Integrated Math 1- Graphic Calculator TI 83+ or TI 84+ (TI 89 is not recommended). 

To find your student's supply list, please click Read More below or go to the Aurora Schools’ website homepage and then go to either the Parent Portal or Student Portal at the top of the page.  Scroll down to the School Supply Lists title to find each grade level listed and select.


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3rd GRADE SUMMER READING Summer Reading Open Book on grass

The 3rd Grade Summer Reading information and requirements, along with the Summer Challenge and Summer Reading Log, can be found at the link below.

Click here for 3rd Grade Summer Reading Information


5th GRADE SUMMER 2017 READING PROJECT INFORMATION 5th Grade in Blue and Yellow Star

For more information regarding the 5th Grade Summer Reading Project for students entering the 5th grade, please click on the link below.

5th Grade Summer Reading Project


5TH GRADE SUMMER MATH AUTOBIOGRAPHY PROJECT 2017-18 Summer Math with pink ice cream cone

Below you can find the Summer Math Autobiography Project 2017-2018 link with information about the assignment that is due on the first day of school for students entering the 5th grade.

SUMMER MATH AUTOBIOGRAPHY PROJECT LINK


PTO HEINEN’S BOX TOP COLLECTION EARNINGS THANK YOU Box tops for education pencil logo  in pink and yellow

Thank you for supporting the Aurora PTO’s Box Tops Collection.  This year the Harmon High PTO earned $1,223.40 and the Elementary PTO earned $4,437.60 from Box Tops collection.  With the Heinen's Teaming Up for Education Program, the Elementary PTO had 183 supporters registered, while Harmon and the High School had 212 supporters.  Together, the PTO’s earned $8,210 from Heinen's! 

Please continue to save your Box Tops over the summer - there will be contests in the fall as well as throughout the year.   Also, please re-register your Heinen's preferred member card in the fall to support the PTOs.  We appreciate your continued support.


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