- Community conversation to kick off this month will lead to new AAPS Strategic Plan
- Darcy Knoll, Pittsfield and Pattengill elementary physical education teacher
- That’s a Great Idea: PLPs on sticky labels keep students focused on goals
- Superintendent Swift promotes public education as Michigan Superintendent of the Year
- Don Packard, Pioneer High School English teacher
There’s a few reasons why items get on the Board’s agenda for review.
So one of the main reasons I had to really think long and hard about doing regular blog posting for the AAPS News is not that I don’t love to talk about education or district issues, — because I do, ask anyone!
Allen Elementary students were delighted by a performance of musician Guy Louis, who used a variety of creative methods to help students understand how to recognize and address bullying behavior.
The University of Michigan women’s basketball team took some time out of their busy schedule to play around with kids at Burns Park.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions about the fund.
On Nov. 5, the community will vote on the sinking fund millage. It’s important to know what the sinking fund can and cannot pay for.
The Oct. 2 Count Day is coming soon, and AAPS administration is keeping a close eye on enrollment and class sizes.
During the first three weeks of this school year, I have visited many classrooms, schools and community events to see our teachers, students, and leaders ‘in action,’ and I am most impressed with what I see: quality teaching and learning, caring, competent, and committed teachers, …
Over 1,300 Ann Arbor Public Schools third-sixth graders learned how to deal with bullying from U-M student athletes.
Superintendent Dr. Swift kicked off her first community forum at Angell Elementary on Thursday, Sept. 19.
Thurston Principal Natasha York introduced Dr. Swift to parents attending a school meet-and-greet on Sept. 3, 2013, the first day of school. Dr. Swift toured nearly a dozen schools that day. Superintendent Dr. Jeanice Swift is touring neighborhood schools to meet with staff and families …
Comerica’s Youth Savings Program provides lessons in personal finance for all grades and also gives students real-life banking experience right in their own school.
District officials shared developments on enrollment and class sizes, transportation issues, and the superintendent’s entry plan.
School Messenger allows the district to send out information about school closings, events, emergencies, attendance and more via email and phone.
Last year, Ann Arbor residents approved a Technology Bond Millage to fund much-needed updates in our schools. See how that money is being spent.