- 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
Thurston Principal Natasha York and music teacher Yael Rothfield accept the donation from Michael Cole. Photo provided by Bank of Ann Arbor. Nov. 21, 2013 By Tara Cavanaugh To all those who voted in the Bank of Ann Arbor JumpstART contest: Thank you. Those clicks …
The $45.8 million bond, which voters approved in May 2012, is being spent in three series.
The company’s Ann Arbor office opened its doors to AAPS juniors and seniors for its third annual Career Day.
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She holds three Guinness world records and she’s only nine years old.
The district has a larger than expected fund balance but still faces financial struggles due to state cuts.
The AAPS News met up with Erickson and discussed his focus on incorporating music into his lessons, his expectations for students and his favorite moments in the classroom.
“When it comes to educating the children of our community, we are all in this together.” –AAPSEF Executive Director Mary Cooperwasser
Dr. Swift marked her 40th community forum on her Listen and Learn Tour at Pioneer High School on Thursday.
Skyline men’s varsity soccer took home the state Division I title and women’s field hockey clinched the Division II trophy on Saturday, Nov. 2.
“Once again the voters have shown their support by investing in our students.” –AAPS Superintendent Dr. Jeanice Swift.
Huron’s Chamber Orchestra learned about baroque musical style and history from a member of Apollo’s Fire, a world-famous music ensemble.
The new plan, which takes effect Nov. 4, includes no salary increases.
The Wines Fun Run was a huge success, and students made sure to spread the wealth with a donation to the Leslie Science and Nature Center.
Local author Lori Sawicki talked with third-fifth graders about the writing process.