- Pioneer junior deals with grief through art; hopes to help others through her speech at TEDx Saturday, March 17
- Youth Art Month in downtown Ann Arbor
- Pioneer High to present 62nd annual Concerto Concert March 21
- Teens will speak on topics they’re passionate about during TEDx Youth@AnnArbor Saturday
- Inspired by speaker at school assembly, Tappan student is now selling her self-published book on Amazon
Learn how much the sinking fund supports the schools, how much it costs a homeowner, and what the sinking fund can be used for.
Comerica and the shop were honored at the Oct. 23 Board of Education meeting for their donations toward School Messenger.
C-SPAN journalists talked with Clague, Skyline and Pioneer students about news media and politics.
Jonathan Royce is a self-published author and a language arts teacher at Roberto Clemente Student Development Center.
The Oct. 18 Harvest Moon celebration at King showed kids how the change in season prompts community gatherings over the world.
Learn about safety and security improvements that were paid for by the sinking fund.
A teen uses his technology talent to help AAPS families in need.
The district is undergoing the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department’s active shooter survival training, called ALICE.
Updated enrollment numbers show that the district has lost a total of 224 students since the last school year.
Success isn’t the only reason why the Huron track will be renamed after him next spring. It’s the relationships he’s formed over the years.
Red Wing Schools Assembly reps had students jumping to their feet.
The 62 titles were suggested by the University of Michigan “Understanding Race Project.”
The new playground allows Haisley’s special needs students to play outside as easily as their general education peers.
Alesia Flye’s last day with AAPS is Oct. 18.
Investing in maintaining our physical properties is both a community priority and a shared responsibility. Keeping our schools in sound working order and ensuring they are sustainable places to deliver education, both for today’s students and for the generations to come, pays forward the public trust that has been provided to us.