Mission

The APS Welcome Center assists APS refugee and immigrant families in becoming more familiar with and accustomed to the Aurora Public Schools System.


ELA-PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL (EPAC) MEETING
Sept. 21
9-11 a.m.
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We have an exciting new resource for families! The Technology Tool Support page for the district has a variety of instructional videos in 8 different languages.  The videos cover topics from keeping children safe online to instructional videos for important online district resources. Click this link to check it out!



APS Welcome Center Available by Appointment ONLY

The Welcome Center is currently open by appointment only

Feel free to call us at: 720-853-4043

We look forward to speaking with you!

En un esfuerzo para reducir la propagación del coronavirus, la oficina del Centro de Bienvenida solamente está abierta para citas.

No dude en llamarnos al: 720-853-4043

¡Esperamos poder hablar con usted!


The Aurora Public Schools Welcome Center (APSWC) strives to make the transition for new immigrant and refugee students to Aurora Public Schools (APS) as comfortable and successful as possible.  The APSWC was established in 2015 with the goals of assisting refugee and immigrant students and their families with adjusting to APS schools and increasing the academic success of refugee and immigrant students through targeted programming.  The APSWC is privileged to work with the diverse students comprising the APS population, who speak over 130 different languages.


Unified Job Description

My job is to accelerate learning for every APS student, every day.

I do my job by assisting refugee and immigrant families new to the country and new to APS, and supporting their students as they transition into APS schools.

My community needs me to do my job.