- Rhythm Rat Jazz Orchestra named Outstanding Band at CMU Jazz Weekend Festival
- Bryant first grader delivers powerful performance of `Still I Rise’ to standing ovation
- Area students will take the stage to inspire & motivate during NAAPID at Night Monday, Feb. 12 at EMU
- Amanda Houston, Bach Elementary first grade teacher
- The Pioneer Theatre Guild presents “The Crucible” Feb. 8-11
Articles by AAPS News Editor
Reduced pay, fewer jobs, alternative approaches and new revenue options are being discussed as the district works on a budget shortfall estimated at $21 million.
A memorial service is scheduled Jan. 17 for Connie Toigo, longtime principal at the Ann Arbor Preschool and Family Center. She died Dec. 30.
Huron High School graduate Cherry Chevapravatdumrong has traded law for laughs, making it big writing TV scripts and books for teens.
A series of four budget meetings are scheduled around the district this month to get public feedback on the 2010-11 fiscal budget. An online survey also invites reader feedback.
Volunteers in The Ann Arbor Public Schools range in age from their 20s to their 80s and everything in between. They can be found in most buildings around the district.
Two Ann Arbor teachers and 12 students represented the area in a delegation to Hikone, Japan this fall. A delegation visited Ann Arbor as well.
Forty four Ann Arbor students have been selected to participate in a state-level junior high/middle school honors choir this month in Grand Rapids.
Thirty members of the newly formed Tappan Law Club participated in mock trials last month at the Washtenaw County courthouse.
A series of news briefs and accomplishments about and for the Ann Arbor Public Schools community.
The Ann Arbor Board of Education has appointed Simone Lightfoot as the new trustee to replace Helen Gates-Bryant who resigned her post in November. Lightfoot will serve on the board through Dec. 31, 2010 due to changes made in the district’s election schedule. She …
Skyline High School was a featured project in Learning By Design 2009 this month and was one of the top 10 picks for the 2009 Green Education Design Awards by School Planning & Managementy magazine.
School officials are hosting four public information sessions in January where participants will be encouraged to offer ideas for budget reductions.
Work is under way on a stormwater improvement project at Pioneer High School that should help alleviate flooding problems and spruce up the school grounds.
Students at Carpenter Elementary School provide classmates and families with a special treat on Fridays: Fresh bagels and some community fellowship that benefits school programs.
A2ties, a student-founded group, creatively reaches out to foreign exchange students across the Ann Arbor district this year.