Story, photos, and video by Jo Mathis, AAPS District News Editor Office professional Deanna Tippett says her co-workers in the Small Learning Community (SLC) at Skyline High School are her second family. And there’s […]
Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor Rising sixth graders often have some anxiety as they make the transition to middle school. How to open a locker is a common concern. Hoping to eliminate that […]
“Engineering and math just go hand in hand, it’s very seamless you know to go from the math part to the engineering. The cool thing about it for them is they get to see the fact that math is not just a stand-alone, it’s actually used somewhere else,” says Marty Moreno. […]
Editor’s Note: King Elementary Principal Mary Cooper was one of 31 teachers chosen as a 2018 International Educator to Japan. The teachers—including four from Brussels, one from Canada and 26 from around the United States—spent […]
Thanks to this Rec & Ed summer camp, these AAPS preschoolers know just how magical science can be.
By Terry Jacoby/weloveannarbor.com The Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop has a few million reasons to celebrate 25 years of supporting the outstanding students who have walked the halls of the Ann Arbor Public Schools. And […]
By Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor It was all about birds this year as more than 280 families participated in one of two action-packed sessions of the Summer Learning Institute concluding today at Allen Elementary. […]