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

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Clinic: 303-326-1537

Kelsey Haddock, Principal
Jesus Germes, Assistant Principal
Pamela Birx, Dean of Students
Desarae Reese, Athletics Director
Rob Lipson, Counselor
Shauna Veen, Counselor
Shelley Hubbard, Secretary
Cindy Stoeber, Registrar

Erinn Hill, Attendance Clerk, Bookkeeper

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Aurora Quest K-8 is within Aurora Public Schools.  As such, if Aurora Public Schools closes schools or delays start times, the news will be shared via the following:

  • Local television and radio stations
  • Automated phone calls to parents and staff
  • Facebook and Twitter
  • APS website
  • APS Emergency Line (303-326-1080)

Delayed Start Times Should APS staff make the decision to delay school, the school day at Aurora Quest K-8 would begin one hour later than normal.

For more information, please see the Aurora Public Schools District webpage regarding weather closures:




 Special Information for Parents 


Actions to take if there is a national or local emergency that does not directly affect your child’s school:

If the emergency does not directly involve your child’s school, you may go to the school and have your child released to you.

Please do not call the school.  Doing this will hinder necessary communications between the schools  district security officials and fire and/or police departments.

Actions parents should take if an emergency strikes at or near your child’s school:

Do not panic.  School officials and public safety officials have planned for and prepared and trained together for emergencies.

Do not call the school.   Doing so will hinder necessary communications between the school and public safety or district security officials.

Do not expect that the school district will call you immediately if an emergency strikes.  Our first priority is the safety of our students, staff and visitors who may be in our buildings.  However, please stay near your phone and television.  Information will be sent to you over the phone via Connect Ed as well as through public television and radio as soon as we possibly can.

Do not go your child’s school.   The school will most likely be in lockdown or staff and students may have been evacuated to a different location.   If the building is in lockdown, you will not be allowed inside.   Your responding to the school could also interfere with responding emergency authorities. 

Do not call your child’s cell phone.    The use of a cell phone could distract your child from listening to very important information, even life saving instructions.  Students may of course use their cell phone if they are in need of immediate assistance for themselves or someone else from fire or police.

Reunification with your child.  You will be notified via phone and television/radio of where you are to go to be reunified with your child.  Please remember to take your photo ID with you and if you send someone else to pick up your child, they must be on file with the school as an authorized person.  Your child will not be released to anyone not on file.

Page last updated on February 13, 2014

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