- Skyline Theatre presents powerful “Songs for a New World” this weekend
- Community High School jazz musicians wow ’em at Year End Blowout! at The Ark
- Slauson and Clague students excel at State Science Olympiad Tournament
- Ann Arbor Public Schools preparing to meet requirements of state’s 3rd grade reading law
- Scarlett Middle School 8th graders learn job interview skills on Portfolio Day
Photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Playing before a huge crowd at Mighigan Stadium was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the Pioneer High School Pioneers on Aug. 27. The “Battle at the Big House” was indeed a tough contest against an impressive foe. Though the Pioneers fell …
“We encouraged all principals this past year to reach out to their school communities on Twitter, and they eagerly responded. As a result, our students and families, staff and stakeholders have a better understanding of what makes Ann Arbor Public Schools exceptional,” said AAPS District News Editor Jo Mathis.
By Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Educational trainer Charlie Appelstein didn’t compare notes with AAPS Superintendent Jeanice Swift before he spoke to staff Thursday at a day-long conference Thursday. But the two are clearly on the same page. Two days after Swift spoke to building principals …
Photos and video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News As one of Rec & Ed’s most popular summer educational programs draws to a close today, another 800 AAPS children have become proud Safety Town graduates. And that means a lot of Ann Arbor area parents are …
“We treat our sports physicals almost like an annual wellness exam. It’s not like a traditional sports physical clinic where you get in and out just with the physical and go. Because with youth often their only opportunity for getting health care is once a year during their sports physical. We take that opportunity to say, lets look at your entire health,” says Nurse Practitioner Beth Kuzma.