It is Springtime at AMS and that brings new opportunities! Over 100 students will compete for the Husky track team, which is always an exciting thing to see.
Our 6th grade has the opportunity to explore entrepreneurship at Inventure Day. Community members help lead our students through the entrepreneurial process and mindset for a fun-filled day of learning. This event is hosted at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds by our extension office.
Our 8th-grade students are wrapping up yearlong endeavors of community service. They will be visible out in the community later this spring at their annual service learning day event. This is in addition to all of the hours they have put in throughout the course of the year making Aurora a better place.
Finally, we have our 7th grade hosting their annual P.O.P. event, which is the culmination of a thematic unit, months in the making. Students will present their Person of Prominence as an exhibit at a living wax museum. Hundreds of parents and community members come up to support the great work our students have put in.
These, among many other opportunities, are just a few of the things we have going on at AMS to round out the school year. We love to see our students active and involved, representing our community well, both in Aurora and beyond.