Office Hours/Horarios de la Oficina
7:45a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Student Hours/Horarios de Alumnos
(first bell) 8:25 a.m. (start time) 8:30 a.m. (end time) 3:30 p.m.
Breakfast in the Classroom is served at Vaughn/Desayuno en el Salon se sirve en los salones
NO OUTSIDE SUPERVISION AVAILABLE UNTIL 8:10 a.m.
SUPERVISION NO ESTA DISPONIBLE AFUERA HASTA LAS 8:10 a.m.
Report Absences by calling 303-326-1642
Infórmenos sobre la ausencia de su hijo/a marcando el número de arriba
Leave your child's name, class or teacher's name and reason for absence.
Si su hijo/a va faltar a la escuela hable y deje el nombre del alumno/a, nombre del maestro/a y la razón
Important Dates to Remember
2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR
March 12 NO SCHOOL - Teacher Professional Development
March 13 NO SCHOOL – Teacher Workday
March 16-20 SPIRIT WEEK
- Monday - Pajama Day
- Tuesday - Dress up as your favorite Person, Hero, Character Day
- Wednesday - Bling, Bling Day
- Thursday - Career Day
- Friday - Vaughn Spirit Day
March 16 Parent Coffee, 8:30 a.m., Cafeteria
March 18 Optimists Awards, Cafeteria, 2:00 p.m.
March 20 SPRING BRING YOUR PARENTS TO SCHOOL DAY!!!
March 23-27 SPRING BREAK – NO SCHOOL
March 30 Return to School
March 31 Picture Day & Class Pictures
April 2 5th Grade Continuation Pictures
April 6 NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
Read-Act Conferences 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
April 7 Field Trip for Parents to T.H. Pickens 9:00 a.m. You must R.S.V.P to get on the bus!
“Every day, Team Vaughn will unleash the potential of all learners by teaching the knowledge, skills, and values needed to become leaders and life-long learners who flourish in a diverse and dynamic world.”
"Todos los días, el Equipo de Vaughn va a desatar el potencial de todos los estudiantes mediante la enseñanza de los conocimientos, habilidades y valores necesarios para convertirse en líderes y aprendices de por vida que prosperan en un mundo diverso y dinámico.
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Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day is a long-lived American tradition that allows children to experience what their parents do at work each day. But, some APS schools have turned the tables for parents to see what a day at school is like for their children.
Vaughn Elementary School hosted its fourth annual Bring Your Parents to School Day. Parents enjoyed meeting school staff, observing their children’s classrooms during instructional time and getting to know one another. They learned more about the district, the school and how to successfully plan for their students’ academic futures.
“Vaughn started this tradition to give parents a glimpse into all that is asked of their children during the school day,” said Vaughn Family Liaison, Minnie Pescador. “We are fostering relationships with parents and assisting them in helping their children reach academic excellence.”
Although the event was centered on parent involvement, Vaughn also extended the invitation to community members as they are key components in student success. A few Aurora Police Department officers and members of the Optimist Club of Aurora visited the school to spend time with students.
APS applauds the transparency of Vaughn and other APS schools that have opened their doors to parents and the community in such a way. This level of engagement cultivates a deeper sense of trust and teamwork between students, parents, staff and the community.