“I think they should leave things the way they are because if it does change then a lot of people will be negatively affected by it,” said Jennifer Candina, who has a child that attends Polton Community Elementary School. “Why try and fix something that isn’t broken?”
Wrestling strength continues to be spread far and wide across Aurora. For the second straight season, all 11 of the city’s programs will have at least one qualifier competing in the Class 5A & 4A state tournaments, which run Feb. 16-18 at the Pepsi Center. In the aftermath of regional tournaments Feb. 10-11, 29 Aurora […]
AURORA | A look ahead at some of the key games, tournaments and happenings in Aurora prep sports from Feb. 16-22, 2017.
DENVER | The full time schedule for the 2017 Class 5A & 4A state wrestling tournaments Feb. 16-18, 2017, at the Pepsi Center in Denver plus a full list of Aurora state qualifiers by school.
Cherry Creek School District is looking to reshuffle start and end times for students in 2017-18 after getting positive feedback from surveys sent out in November to the district community
‘We are cautiously excited about that progress,’ APS Superintendent Rico Munn said. ‘We know we are not where we need to be but if you look at our trajectory we’re on an exciting path’
AURORA | A look at some of the key games, tournaments and happenings in Aurora prep sports between Jan. 26-Feb. 1, 2017.
APS was given the “Accredited with Priority Improvement Plan,” the second lowest rating a school district can receive
With all due respect to the fantastic boys and girls prep basketball going on in Aurora, Unified basketball has taken over like none other. Both school districts with city schools — the Cherry Creek School District and Aurora Public Schools — plus Regis Jesuit all have programs which pair special needs athletes with able partners so they can compete together on the basketball floor.
AURORA | Overland senior Nick Holmes has been unexpectedly cleared to play with the Trailblazers boys basketball team. Holmes was diagnosed with a treatable form of bone cancer prior to the season, which meant he would have to sit out the year to avoid injury. But a second biopsy revealed he had a non-cancerous condition instead and so he was cleared medically. Watch his reaction and what he feels is ahead for him and his team for the rest of the season. (Video by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)