- 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
After hearing from over 2,000 members of the Ann Arbor community, including AAPS staff, students, parents and leaders, it’s time to take action.
Several changes are coming to the Ann Arbor Public Schools for the 2014-2015 school year.
AAPS makes plans to adopt new USDA ‘Smart Snacks’ standards.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is renowned for its exceptional athletics, and now some of our graduates are going for gold.
The Forsythe KMO Club 6th graders scored a close second in the state Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl.
Saturday School is a student-led project designed to raise academic achievement for all students at Huron High School.
The video shows the Ann Arbor community’s concerns, priorities, pride and dreams for the Ann Arbor Public Schools.
The AAPS Board of Education discussed a possible K-8 STEAM program at Northside Elementary, the location of alternative high school programs and expanding preschool and Young 5 programming during the afternoon at its annual retreat on Jan. 22 at Skyline High School.
The purpose of the task force is to examine current assessment practices, understand state requirements, clarify core values around assessment and bring forward proposals to inform and advise an amended Assessment Plan for 2014-2015.
Dr. Swift shared a comprehensive report with the Board at its annual retreat, focusing on the highlights and themes of the Listen and Learn tour.
Will your child be a kindergartener in the Ann Arbor Public Schools for the 2014-2015 school year? Then make sure to attend the information sessions, called Kindergarten Round-Ups, that start this week.
Everyone’s favorite thrift-shop-that-donates-all-its-profits-to-AAPS is having a sale to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Dr. Swift said she was disappointed by Gov. Snyder’s “lack of attending to the real issues in school finance and the superficial consideration that he paid to school safety.”
AAPS will open 750 seats for School of Choice students who live outside the AAPS district but in Washtenaw County.
Applications are due by February 14, 2014.