APS Early Beginnings

An Early Learning and Parenting Program

Our Vision:

"Our vision is to provide a developmentally appropriate and supportive learning environment for all students at Early Beginnings in order to enable them to become successful in school and life".

Early Beginnings provides quality childcare for young parents in Aurora Public Schools to enable them to continue their education and graduate prepared for college and careers.

Early Learning Programs

  • Preschool: 3 - 5 years (CO Preschool Program)

  • Infant/Toddler Childcare Program: 3 weeks - 3 years

  • (Childcare only offered to APS Students)


  • Mon. - Fri., 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

Latest News and Announcements

Upcoming Events

Health Guidelines for the 2021-22 School Year

Our health measures are in accordance with guidance from local and national health agencies who strongly recommend we take a layered approach to mitigating COVID-19. This means using multiple mitigation measures layered to prevent its spread.

Online Preschool Screenings are Open!

The Aurora Public Schools Preschool Program is accepting online preschool screenings for the 2021-22 school year. The screening process is also open for children to be considered for attending the rest of the 2020-21 school year.

Apply to Become an APS Classroom Monitor!

We would like to share a unique short-term job opportunity to support our students during in-person learning. APS is hiring classroom monitors to assist teachers with educational activities for students for the remainder of the school year.


We want to help you with:

  • Childcare

  • In-School academic support

  • Re-enrollment in school

  • GED attainment

  • Health resources

  • Connecting with other useful community resources!

For more information or to submit a referral, visit: youngparents.aurorak12.org

or contact Sophanite Gedion, Young Parent Support Program Coordinator at:

Phone: 719-497-9212

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