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Aurora Quest K-8
17315 E. 2nd Ave.
Aurora, CO 80011 [map]
Fax: 303-326-1237

Attendance Line:

Clinic: 303-326-1537

Dave Schoenhals, Principal
Jesus Germes, Assistant Principal
Casey Powell, Dean of Students / Athletics Director
Ron Lipson, Counselor
Judy Goos, Secretary
Cindy Stoeber, Registrar
Natalie J Johnson, Gifted and Talented TOSA

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Gifted & Talented
Aurora Public Schools offers a wide range of services for all identified gifted and talented and high potential students. For more information, visit the AGATE Website.

Guidance Curriculum Lessons

(Tier 1)


The purpose of these whole class lessons is build students’ social-emotional and 21st century skills in developmental sequence.  Some topics include: conflict resolution, bullying vs. teasing, communication skills, time management, goal-setting, career exploration, etc. 


Small Group Counseling

(Tier 2/3)


Small group counseling for students in need of social skill development or academic skill development is primarily accessed through data review and teacher referral. 


Individual Counseling

(Tier 3)


Individual counseling is for students with the greatest and most immediate needs.  These are students that may be in crisis or those in need of targeted skill development.  Students will typically meet with the counselor for 4-6 sessions of brief, solution-focused counseling.  These sessions are to address specific skill deficits that impact a student in the school environment.  If a student needs more significant support than can be provided at school, parents are encouraged to consult with the counselor to determine the best course of action.


Consultation with Staff and Families

(All Tiers)



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