Remote Learning


Student Expectations:

1. Connect with your teachers virtually using your APS Google Account or other virtual tools found in the grade level tabs:

2. Begin remote learning instruction and complete assignments/classwork on-time.

3. Attend Virtual Support Hours, as requested or needed for questions, concerns and/or support.

Family Expectations:

  1. Encourage students to use the appropriate technology for remote learning and reach out for tech requests.

  2. Please read our ACHS Remote Learning Technology Use Policy

  3. Add and Visit our Facebook Page and this Website for Frequent Updates

*Friday is independent student work time to complete weekly assignments/tasks. Note: Teachers DO NOT have virtual support hours on Friday in order to plan and prepare for the following week.

After Hours Questions? – Please Click Here and a ACHS Staff Member will get back to you as soon as possible.

Remote Learning Help Sheet

Technology Request

If you were unable to pick up/recieve technology provided by ACHS

Please complete the Google Form (below) to request any technology needs that your student may have during remote learning. Ex. Chromebook, Charger, etc.

Technology Request Form

Technology Support: Joseph Adams

If you need to fill out a ticket, click here

Additional Support Resources


*Click Name for Email

Alyssa Bortle -10th/12th -Gon-O -720-547-7018

Mallory Byron - 9th/11th -P-Z -720-640-9357

Victoria Helfer -10th/12th-P-Z -720-640-9114

Cynthia Howl -ELD House -720-547-7118

Roxanne Paguio -10th/12th-A-Gomez -720-640-8811

Amanda Sehres -9th/11th-Gon-O -720-640-9359

Stacey Strong -9th/11th-A-Gomez -720-640-9356

APS Resources

In response to the COVID-19 global health crisis, Aurora Public Schools has developed a remote learning plan so our students can continue learning while our school buildings are closed.

This plan represents APS’ commitment to making every effort to ensure the that learning of each and every Aurora student continues to be successful.

This plan is founded on the following principles: (1) supporting continuous instruction, (2) providing access for all students, and (3) maintaining connectedness to the community.

Throughout school closures, APS teachers will continue to provide students with instruction that is designed to build upon the learning trajectory already established in the classroom.

Click on the following links for additional resources and information: