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Our school is a great place for your child to attend!

Paris Elementary's Mission:
All students will leave Paris as life-long learners, problem solvers and advocates for their learning.

To support Aurora Public Schools Vision:
To graduate every student with the choice to attend college without remediation.

2012-2013 Climate Survey Results

Results from this year's School Climate Survey are now available.  Click the link below to view the data.  

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Upcoming School Event Information

  • Oct. 9 - Last Day of 1st Quarter
  • Oct. 10 - Teacher Workday, No Classes
  • Oct. 13 - EPR Day, No Classes
  • Oct. 15 & 16 - Fall Conferences, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
  • Oct. 27-Oct. 31 - Fall Recess, No School

Paris Reading Club

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Students are coming to school on select Saturdays  to participate in the Paris Reading Club. Students read a variety of books and stories that can help them all become better readers and enjoy a variety of different stories.

Winter Concert

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On December 17, 2013, students in grades 3, 4, and 5 sang many wonderful songs led by Music Teacher Mr. Nava. The variety of songs the students sang, were enjoyed by all that attended. Thank you Mr. Nava for a great evening!

 

Closing the Achievement Gap Community Meeting

On October 8, 2013 Paris Elementary staff and RISE Colorado a community organization hosted an event called Closing the Achievement Gap; How Parents and Teachers at Paris can come together to eliminate the obstacles that stand in the way on our students’ road to college. Teachers and RISE staff led small discussion groups to have our parents learn about the achievement gap and how parents can support their children and school to succeed. 

 

Beginning of the Year RISE Assembly

The PBiS committee began our new school year with our annual beginning of the year RISE assembly. Students learned about RISE, Mr. McDowell introduced the Golden Plunger Award that is given to classrooms that are clean by our night custodian Mr. Russo, and many students were recognized for their RISE behavior. It was a great way to end a week of school.