- AAPS celebrates the careers of this year’s retirees
- Tech Trek gives AAPS chance to display Project Lead the Way for students in K-12
- Moments from the final week of the 2016-17 school year
- A2 STEAM students are enjoying their new outdoor classroom
- Powerful Class of 2017 celebrates at Skyline High School Commencement
Alumnae Jamie Hibbs (Huron, ’13) and Kelsey Moran (Community, ’13) are organizing a family friendly fundraiser for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a volunteer-driven charity dedicated to raising money for childhood cancer research. The fundraiser, a St. Baldrick’s signature head-shaving event, will take place at Colonial Lanes …
One way to get kids excited about eating their vegetables? Give them a blender.
The President of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education, Deb Mexicotte, was informed on Saturday by Dr. Brian Obsorne that he has decided to decline the offer to become the district’s next Superintendent.
Ten AAPS teachers and administrators are currently halfway across the world in Singapore, learning about a world-renowned STEM education program. According to feedback from the group, the first-ever program is already a success.
Have you noticed that the AAPS News looks a little different? This summer AAPS News Editor Tara Cavanaugh is upgrading the site to better feature the wide variety of multimedia content — videos, photos, slideshows and stories. Please “pardon our dust” as Tara puts …
In the Ann Arbor Public Schools, we’re known for going the extra mile for our students. Case in point: Today a group of ten AAPS teachers and administrators are going all the way to Singapore to learn about successful STEM education strategies.
The community is invited to attend the interviews and a forum with each candidate. The candidates will each start their forum with a brief introduction and there will be a Q & A for the attendees.
After two days of interviews, the Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education announced two finalists in the search for the next AAPS Superintendent.
Thanks to the generosity of IMRA America Inc., a beloved treasure of the Ann Arbor Public Schools will be in use for current and future generations of students and families.
Interviews are open to the public but not for public participation.