- Rain moves Picnic Pops inside for 2018, still an amazing show
- Scarlett students learn how to handle job interview jitters on annual Portfolio Day
- Abby Ruehlmann, Clague Middle School English Language Arts teacher
- His grandmother’s kimchi inspires former ESL student, whose story wins national award
- World’s largest elementary science olympiad hosted by AAPS
“Thank you for participating in this community conversation… We have important work to accomplish together – after all, our children are counting on us.”
After hearing from over 2,000 people, here’s what’s happening next.
The program has expanded to offer daily snacks and to give food during winter and spring breaks.
AAPS administrators and the Board of Education are considering ways to enhance high school education in the district.
Bach is one of the NWF’s founding “Wildlife Nation” teams.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is taking part in a new and unique collaboration that aims to ensure student safety in the event of an unwanted intruder emergency at one of our schools.
“Hopefully we can find savings that we can put back into the classroom.”
Over 400 AAPS students received gifts for the holidays.
Students can enroll in online classes starting Dec. 16
Code.org’s “Hour of Code” provided fun ways for students to learn basic programming skills.
“It was huge for me to tell my students, ‘Listen I’ve been where you’ve been, I know what got you here. Most importantly, I know what it takes to get you out.”
“He really was a gem. There was nobody else like him.”
“It’s an opportunity that not many people get, to open a brand new school and build a program from the ground up.”
Karen Thomas grants support elementary school programs and projects that promote literacy, support academic retention, and supply reading materials for media centers.