- 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
This week AAPS Superintendent Dr. Jeanice Swift is continuing community meetings to discuss the AAPS budget for the 2014-2015 school year.
Dekeon’s generous legacy will live on for many reasons, including a $5,100 donation from his family.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is set to become one of the few districts in Michigan with a comprehensive K-12 International Baccalaureate program.
Target: You know it as everyone’s favorite place to shop. But the company also has a mission to give back to the community.
Legislation currently under consideration in Michigan falls far short: it offers too little, too late for Michigan students in supporting reading proficiency.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools will accept applications for the exciting new program until April 1.
An exciting project at Lakewood Elementary is bringing creativity and collaboration to a whole new level.
“We must innovate and build our way to a better fiscal day in AAPS.” –Superintendent Dr. Swift.
The team visited Ann Arbor Open on Friday, March 21 to show students a few cheers, talk about why reading is fun and important, and to read along with students in the school’s media center.
“Honk! Jr.” will have evening performances on Friday, March 28 and Saturday, March 29 at 7 p.m., and a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday, March 30, in the school auditorium at 920 Miller.
You can help a special needs student win an adaptive bike that’s perfectly suited to his needs.
Grab your passports and hold onto your hats: the Ann Arbor Public Schools could soon be going global.
“Following years of difficult reductions in AAPS, a strategic move to both implement innovative programs and to invite more students in to AAPS provides one positive pathway to address some of the district’s challenging fiscal issues.”
What does Schools of Choice mean? How many students in the state use it? How will it affect AAPS? We answer your questions here.
Ann Arbor teens to deliver inspiring ipeeches at first-ever TEDx Youth Ann Arbor event