- AAPS students study the biodiversity at future site of the Freeman Environmental Education Center
- All Hallows Band Concert set for Thursday, Oct. 18 at Pioneer’s Schreiber Auditorium
- Esteemed songwriter/composers talk to Pioneer students about their craft; new book
- Stephan Hogan, Tappan Middle School math teacher
- Too legit to quit: Ms. Hammer the turtle has been classroom pet for 27 years — so far
Articles by AAPS News Editor
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.
Plenty of adult students participate in classes in Ann Arbor, whether taking GED courses or learning English as a Second Language. Enrollment begins soon for winter classes.
Community High School graduate Neda Ulaby, now an arts reporter for NPR, shares her thoughts about careers with students.
A series of news briefs and accomplishments about and for the Ann Arbor Public Schools community.
Registration begins in January for winter semester of English as a Second Language program in The Ann Arbor Public Schools. Many cultures and languages are represented in the program.
The Ann Arbor Board of Education has scheduled a public hearing on the topic of whether to change the date of the school district election from May to November in order to save costs.
Ann Arbor Public Schools nurse Laurelle Brennan is featured in the current edition of the MEA Voice magazine in a cover story about the H1N1 virus.
Third-graders in all 21 Ann Arbor elementary schools are saying “hola!” this fall to learning Spanish thanks to a partnership with the University of Michigan.
Now in its 40th year, Ann Arbor’s student building trades program has taught hundreds and given $100,000 in community scholarships.
A team of 70 community professionals is working to raise scholarship money for the Ann Arbor Student Building Industry Program, which trains young people for the building trades.
Kathleen Wright and her illustrator husband, Jonathan, tie their love of Ann Arbor’s fairy doors into kindergarten lesson plans.
Information sessions have been scheduled in January to discuss proposed school district budget cuts and and seek input and ideas from the public.