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Parent Portal Access

Welcome to the Parent Portal, a tool designed to enhance the communication and involvement of parents in their child's education in the Aurora School District. 

 
The Parent Portal will allow parents to monitor their child's progress in school by providing Internet access to grades, attendance, discipline, and academic history in a secure password-protected environment.

Parent Portal is a means to further promote educational excellence by enhancing our program of communication between parents, students and teachers.
 

Features and Benefits

  • Ability to check student information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Ability to view a variety of student information such as attendance and discipline
  • Increased sense of ownership and responsibility for personal progress through viewing of homework assignments and due dates, grades, test scores and personal course schedules
  • Improved communications with the school and student's teachers with online messages
  • Ability to ensure basic demographic data is up-to-date, view information such as address and telephone, emergency contacts and more!

 

Click Here for Parent Access

Parent Access Authorization Form - This needs printed and brought into the school office with a picture ID.

New Student Enrollment

The following procedure has been established for enrollment in the Aurora Schools. Prior to beginning classes, the following asterisked items must be provided to the school office:

 

1.  Complete APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT FORM & EMERGENCY CARD*

2.  BIRTH CERTIFICATE*  

3.  SOCIAL SECURITY CARD (Optional)

4.  Current and complete IMMUNIZATION RECORDS (checked by school nurse)* 

5.  STUDENT HEALTH INVENTORY

6.  PICTURE ID OF PARENT/GUARDIAN ENROLLING STUDENT*

7.  PROOF OF LEGAL GUARDIANSHIP – CUSTODY – NOTARIZED POWER OF ATTORNEY*

8.  PROOF OF RESIDENCY* (Examples: Rental contract, utility bill/deposit receipt, real estate contract signed by all parties, other - payroll check, driver's license, W-4, employment documents)

9.  ACADEMIC RECORDS FROM FORMER SCHOOL

10.  DISCIPLINE RECORDS FROM FORMER SCHOOL

11.   COMPLETE RECORD OF PRIOR SPECIAL SCHOOL PROGRAMS FORM. If any Special Education is needed, a meeting with the Special Education Process Coordinator must take place.*

12. ADDITIONAL FORMS THAT THE BUILDING MAY REQUEST:

                  READING COMPACT FOR TITLE I (PATE)

                  FLUORIDE CONSENT FORM (PATE & ROBINSON ELEMENTARY)

                  MELL FORM (MIGRANT)

                  STUDENT LANGUAGE SURVEY

                  TECHNOLOGY AGREEMENT

                  FREE/REDUCED LUNCH APPLICATION

                  SPEECH & LANGUAGE QUESTIONNAIRE

                  PERMISSION FOR MEDICATION

                  BUS ENROLLMENT FORM

                  ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY FORM (HIGH SCHOOL)

                  STUDENT ATTENDANCE POLICY (HIGH SCHOOL)

Many of these items can be accomplished quickly; however, students will not begin classes until the next day as minimum. More timemay be required if other circumstances are indicated. It is helpful if the parent/guardian contacts the former school to have records faxed to the new school. Academic and discipline records can be obtained from other schools by fax or mail.

Notification will be made as to the progress of enrollment.

ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS INFORMATION

Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001, each state is required to assess all school districts to determine if each district has made adequate yearly progress (AYP) toward meeting ...more

School Dismissal Procedures

When it is necessary to cancel school (or dismiss early), the district will use our telephone broadcast service - SchoolReach Instant Parent Contact - to notify you of the cancellation. This system allows us to call up to four phone numbers (home and cell phones) per family.

Also, you can tune into any one of the following radio/television stations:

KSWM-AM (940)

KGBX-FM (105.9)

KTTS-AM/FM (1260 or 94.7)

KY3

KOLR 10

KRZK 21

KSPR 33

School cancellations are made prior to the start of morning bus routes at 6:00 am whenever possible.

If you wish to update your contact numbers, please contact your child's school building.

It All Counts

The Aurora R-VIII School District has launched our ItAllCounts program. ItAllCounts is an online shopping tool sponsored by national companies, such as Kohl's, Macy's, Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Office Max, allowing a percentage of proceeds to go to your child's school and a percentage into you own personal account. This program will help the students without time or burden while earning you money for participating – just by creating an account and doing online shopping through ItAllCounts. For example, one would go to ItAllCounts for a Christmas toy they were going to buy from Target or Walmart instead of going directly to that company's website. You would purchase the same product at the same price but a percentage would go to your child's school.

When you plan to shop online, please start with your ItAllCounts.com web page. Please watch the three minute “How It Works” video on any of the building's webpages:

Pate Early Childhood - www.itallcounts.com/aurorar8/PateEarlyChildhood

Robinson Elementary - www.itallcounts.com/aurorar8/elementary

Robinson Intermediate - www.itallcounts.com/aurorar8/robinson

Aurora Junior High - www.itallcounts.com/aurorar8/juniorhigh

Aurora High School - www.itallcounts.com/aurorar8/highschool

The video is also found in “Help” under FAQ #1.

Your privacy is respected. No one in the district will know where you shop or what you buy. Your ItAllCounts summary page and earnings are for your eyes only unless you choose to share them with someone. Friends, grandparents, cousins, and co-workers can all help contribute and receive by simply using our landing page when shopping online. Please forward this link to those that you know shop online.

Ever thought of being a foster parent?

Foster parenting is a way to help children in need of a loving/caring home.  More homes are needed in our county.

For information call:  Lawrence County Children’s Division at 417-678-4138

Helpful Links

Parent/School Compacts

CURRICULUM

Contact Names & Numbers

Pate Early Childhood - 678-1552

400 Terrace Dr

Aurora MO 65605

Secretaries: Terry Cook & Sherri Jenkins

Principal: Dr. Joana King

 

Robinson Elementary - 678-7436

1034 S Lincoln

Aurora MO 65605

Secretary: Julie Wendler

Principal: Mr. David Mais

 

Robinson Intermediate - 678-5651

1044 S Lincoln

Aurora MO 65605

Secretary: Traci Westfall

Principal: Mr. Adam Bax

 

Aurora Junior High - 678-3630

500 W Olive

Aurora MO 65605

Secretary: Dana Rogers

Principal: Mrs. Allison Murphy-Pope

 

Aurora High School - 678-3355

305 W Prospect

Aurora MO 65605

Secretaries: Rhonda Boatwright & Brenda Ash

Principal: Mr. Kevin Kultgen

 

Athletics - 678-4965

Secretary: Traci Henson (also HS Counselor secretary)

Director: Mr. Joseph Casey (also HS Asst. Principal)

 

Bus Barn - 678-4005

Secretary: Amy Carr (678-3373)

Director: Mrs. Christine Cawley (678-1552)

 

Superintendent's Office - 678-3373

409 W Locust

Aurora MO 65605

Secretaries: Amy Carr, Gayle Donley, & Tammy Miller

Superintendent: Mr. Alan Stauffacher

 

Assistant Superintendent's Office - 678-4918

409 W Locust

Aurora MO 65605

Secretary: Kate Hughes

Assistant Superintendent: Dr. Billy A. Redus

 

Special Education Office - 678-7742

409 W Locust

Aurora MO 65605

Secretaries: Jenny Parker & Donna Freiburger

Director: Dr. Brenda Lakin

Process Coordinators: Donna Prouty & Ann Boles

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The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows. 

                         ~Sydney J. Harris
 

MO HealthNet for Kids

Your child may be eligible for affordable health insurance through the MO HealthNet for Kids (MHK), Missouri’s Health Insurance Program. Now most families can get low-cost or free health insurance for their children. 

For more information or to complete the application, access it here: MO HealthNet for Kids

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The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.

                           ~B.B. King