- Poet speaks at AAPS high schools prior to free screening of documentary Sept. 28 at the Neutral Zone
- Slauson Middle School’s new outdoor classroom lets students learn in the fresh air and sunshine while enjoying the garden
- Veronica Nowicki, Lawton Second grade teacher
- New pianos likely coming to AAPS middle and high schools
- AAPS manager helps victims of Hurricane Harvey; pilots Chinook that delivered much-needed supplies
These fine young artists from Community High School exhibited their work at the WSG Gallery in Ann Arbor in conjunction with the recent Youth Art Month celebration.
Burns Park Elementary looks like an idyllic old fashioned school from the early 20th century. The brick building boasts huge paned windows, crown moldings and alcoves. Surrounding oak trees only add to the charm. But this pretty little picture turns nightmarish for a technology expert who wants to update the school to 21st century technology.
In an eighth grade Spanish class at Tappan Middle School earlier this month, Jennifer Shaw’s students learned how to become weather forecasters. Well, that’s what sounded like. Using the website ed.voicethread.com, Shaw’s students practiced their Spanish speaking skills while using a slew of technology resources.
By Tara Cavanaugh You can learn a lot by playing in the dirt. You can learn about starting seeds, pulling weeds, the life cycle and the compost pile. Now that spring is in full swing, Tappan Middle School students are learning all that and more …
By Tara Cavanaugh One step into the Google office in downtown Ann Arbor, and you can tell that this isn’t your typical company. A well-stocked kitchen with on-demand chefs can whip up nearly any meal or snack. Brightly colored, Michigan-themed rooms are stocked with comfortable …
Pioneer Theatre Guild is so pleased to announce that two of our esteemed faculty, David Leach (Director of Pioneer Bands and Chair of the Music Department) and Chuck White (Math and Physics Teacher and Athletic Coach) will be featured in our upcoming production of WEST SIDE STORY as Officer Krupke and Lieutenant Shrank, respectively.
On April 11 and 12, 125 Forsythe Middle School seventh graders enjoyed a field trip to the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn. Following the museum visit, the students experienced an authentic Lebanese lunch at Al-Ameer restaurant.
The U.S. Navy Band played at Pioneer High School March 10, 2012. 176 Communities Nationwide Achieve Prestigious Designation; 166 School Districts and 10 Schools Achieve Prestigious National Designation The NAMM Foundation announced the results of its 13th annual Best Communities for Music Education survey, which …
Skyline High School still looks as shiny and new as the day it opened four years ago. Outside, modern steel beams crisscross over airy windows that stretch up its four floors. Inside, tall ceilings and natural light show off a pristine interior unblemished by time. So why would Skyline be allocated any dollars from the Technology Bond if it passes?
If the Tech Bond is approved, the money wouldn’t be spent all at once. Instead, this detailed illustration shows how the money would be used during a 10-year period.
On Saturday, March 24, the Skyline Quiz Bowl Team traveled to East Lansing to compete in the annual March Madness Tournament at Michigan State University. After ten rounds and six hours of rigorous matches, the team finished with an outstanding fifth place out of …
At the March 22 session of the mentorship program, which took place at Menlo Innovations, Pattengill Principal Che Carter and Denise Murray from Briarwood Mall listen to Bryant Principal Roberta Heyward. Photo provided by Annette Ferguson. By Tara Cavanaugh Principals in the Ann Arbor Public …
Superintendent Dr. Patricia Green shares the district’s educational goals and how they relate to the 2012 Technology Bond at the Feb. 29 kickoff at Huron High School. Have questions about the upcoming Tech Bond vote on May 8? District administrators will present information about the …
Ann Arbor Skyline joined 39 high school FIRST (Foundation in Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics teams in a two day district competition at Livonia Churchill High school this past weekend.
On Saturday March 24 at Chelsea High School several Skyline students earned superior or excellent ratings in the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Associate State Solo and Ensemble Festival.