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General education and special education students at Clague have become fellow thespians and friends, through a theater program called ACT-UP.
Dear Ann Arbor Public Schools Community Members: I want to thank those who attended the AAPS Budget Forums during the past few weeks. I was very pleased with the turnout at the meetings. I hope …
The Ann Arbor Public Schools Educational Foundation is more important than ever, due to shrinking school aid dollars, officials say.
Some 240 student exhibits will be featured at the Forsythe Science Fair which will be open from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14. The event is free and open to the public.
Community Education and Recreation will move this week to a new location in the “E” Wing of Pioneer High School. Offices open there on Feb. 2
Dozens of parents went back to school last week at King Elementary to find out how their children learn to read and write.
Upcoming events and other news from around The Ann Arbor Public Schools.
Ann Arbor Public Schools Preschool and Family Center has been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Interim Principal Michelle Pogliano said the accreditation “shows that the center meets high standards the district has set for early childhood education.”
Huron, Pioneer and Community high schools were among 1,750 public schools recognized around the country for outperforming their state’s standards by U.S. News & World Report.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools received a perfect score during its annual bus fleet inspection. This is the second year in a row the district had a perfect score.
The Ann Arbor Community Education & Recreation Department will move this month to a new location in the “E” Wing of Pioneer High School. They will begin conducting business at the new location on Feb. 2.
Tuesday is the last of four scheduled budget meetings sponsored by The Ann Arbor Public Schools to gather ideas and suggestions about the upcoming budget. The district faces a $21 million deficit heading into the 2010-11 fiscal year.
Ann Arbor’s Partners for Excellence program has been in place for 25 years. Today, there are more than 30 formal partnerships with local businesses and civic groups around the community.
Ann Arbor offers an Options Magnet, which allows students to take their high school credits in non-traditional ways such as specialized, individual classes, online offerings and dual enrollment at local colleges.
Bach Elementary School music teacher Kristi Bishop recently returned from a trip to mainland China, where she traveled with a delegation of 51 educators from around the country. “We were given such an opportunity,” she said.