APS Board of Education

APS Board of Education Board members clockwise from top left: Board Director Vicki Reinhard, Board Director Stephanie Mason, Board Director Nichelle Ortiz, Board Treasurer Marques Ivey, J.D., Board President Kyla Armstrong-Romero, Ph.D., Board Secretary Debra E. Gerkin, APS Superintendent Rico Munn, and Board Vice President Kevin Cox
APS Board of Education Board members clockwise from top left: Board Director Vicki Reinhard, Board Director Stephanie Mason, Board Director Nichelle Ortiz, Board Treasurer Marques Ivey, J.D., Board President Kyla Armstrong-Romero, Ph.D., Board Secretary Debra E. Gerkin, APS Superintendent Rico Munn, and Board Vice President Kevin Cox

Our Unified Job Description

"The job of the APS Board of Education is to accelerate learning for every APS student, every day. We do our job by advocating for the success of all students through effective governance, serving as good stewards of taxpayer dollars and being responsive to our stakeholders. Our community needs us to do our job."

Board Meetings Take Place In Person and Streaming Online

APS Board of Education meetings are currently held in person with limited seating for the public in order to meet social distancing and other public health guidelines. Live streaming of all Board meetings will also continue and are available at boe.aurorak12.org/live. Public comment to the Board of Education will continue to be taken by email to Claudia Paz-Blossick at cpaz@aurorak12.org. Individuals wishing to address the Board of Education for public comment, are asked to sign up by emailing Claudia Paz-Blossick cpaz@aurorak12.org by 4:30 Monday prior to the meeting. All public comments are limited to 3 minutes. Recorded broadcasts can be accessed on the BOE Meetings page

The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education meetings are generally held on the third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. The meetings are open to the public. The meetings will typically be held at the APS Professional Learning and Conference Center, 15771 E. 1st Ave. 

 

Latest Board News

  • Special Board Meeting on Feb. 23 Cancelled
    The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education has cancelled their special meeting that was scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 23. Board members have decided to take a step back and work collaboratively to resolve any outstanding questions or concerns. Board members are committed to focusing on their work at hand and continuing to move the district forward.
  • APS Connect for January 13, 2021: APS Makes History with Class of 2020 Graduation Rate
  • December 2020 Edition of BOE Newsletter Now Available!
 

Upcoming Meetings & Events

  • March 13, 2021
  • March 23, 2021
  • April 20, 2021

The APS Board of Education is a group of citizens elected by voters to provide leadership and establish policies for the school district.

The seven-member board is elected at-large. Members serve four-year terms and receive no monetary compensation.

The board follows a policy governance model.

 

 

 

 

 

In June 2009, the APS Board of Education adopted a policy governance model, which guides the board's governance process, board-superintendent relationship, executive limitations and district goals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Board meetings are generally held on the third Tuesdays of each month at 6 p.m. The board first meets at 5:30 p.m. for dinner and starts the regular board meeting at 6: p.m. 

Regular meetings are held at the APS Professional Learning and Conference Center, 15771 E. 1st Ave.  These meetings are open to the public.

Board Special Meetings are held at the APS Professional Learning and Conference Center, 15771 E. 1st Ave. and are open to the public and announced on the APS website, APS Web Calendar and BOE Web Calendar.

Board Executive Session meetings are held behind closed doors and take place at times and locations as announced on the APS website, APS Web Calendar and BOE Web Calendar.

View the APS Board of Education Communication Protocol to learn more about board outreach.

 

 

At each meeting, informational reports will be presented by the Board, Superintendent or district leadership.

The Board will hold a workshop on the second meeting of the month to review topics more thoroughly or engage and gather input from district or community groups.

The minutes of each Board meeting are first posted to the BOE Web site in BoardDocs Pro as draft minutes until they are approved by the Board. They are then reposted to BoardDocs Pro as the official Board minutes.