“When I see kindergarten class sizes, and we have 81 percent under 23 students in the class, that’s spectacular, it’s really spectacular in today’s day and environment and the cost pressures, that we are consistently under. I think it truly reflects Ann Arbor’s priority in the best student experience,” says School Board Member Donna Lasinski. […]
“A lot of the kids are learning wonderful communications skills and how to really work as a team because that’s what directing and making TV is all about,” says CTN Training and Facility Coordinator Alysha Mae. […]
“There are only a handful of mechanisms whereby local communities can decide to increase the investment in public education and this is one of those opportunities,” says WISD Superintendent Scott Menzel. […]
Lifeguards are needed at AAPS middle schools, at an hourly rate of $13. Lifeguards will be responsible for the safety and well being of middle school swimmers under assigned supervision. For more information, click here.
The Eberwhite Elementary first and second graders presented a lively show titled “A Winter Fantasy” Thursday afternoon before schoolmates, staff, and family. Music teacher Jeffrey Willets said he was very proud of the six- and […]
Five parent and student orientation sessions have been announced for families interested in applying for Community High School’s freshmen slots for school year 2016-2017. The sessions, beginning January 4, 2016, will be held at Community High, […]
By Jo Mathis AAPS District News You wouldn’t know it by looking there now, but Thurston Elementary School students have helped plant a new native short-grass prairie in the northeast corner of the Thurston playground. […]
John Birko, Ann Arbor Student Building and Industry Program teacher, was recognized last month as Builder of the Year for the Builder and Remodelers Association of Greater Ann Arbor. Birko is in his thirtieth year […]