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Skyline math teacher Laurie Hochrein says there are many advantages of the Math Mentoring Program. Story and photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor Math makes more sense for Spencer McDermott-Horne now that he’s concluding his first year in Skyline High School’s Math Mentoring Program, …

Representatives from Strive For a Safer Drive and Ford Motor Company awarded Skyline students with a 4th place award and $750 prize for the DRIVE Well campaign. Skyline High School’s SkyWell today received a cash prize of $750 and a trophy recognizing DRIVE Well SkyWell, …

Story, photos and video by Jo Mathis AAPS District News editor Clague Middle School has been named just one of the state’s 12 “2017 School to Watch” by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform.  And that was cause for an all-school celebration today …

Photos by Jo Mathis and Alyssa Cupit At the first annual Huron Science Technology Engineering Program (HSTEP) Design Expo May 24,the Huron cafeteria was filled with engineering students and their final projects, along with many friends and family who came to see their work. …

Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News In preparation for their concert later that night, the Pioneer A Cappella Choir rehearses “Ain’t No Grave Can Hold My Body Down”  while using American Sign Language. The director is Steven Lorenz.

Left to right: Elena Schroeder, Ben Nacht, Greer Taylor, Joseph Patrick Raney, and Hannah Connell prepare to sing “Songs For A New World.” Skyline Theatre will present “Songs For A New World” May 25 and 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Skyline High School’s Experimental Theatre. …

More than 200 Division B schools in Michigan competed in 23 events at their regional tournaments before 60 of those schools qualified for the annual Michigan Science Olympiad State Tournament April 29 at Michigan State University. The three schools that earned invitations to the MSO …

“What we would do then is continue to provide supports beyond the third grade year, which as you can see in many other states is satisfactory so we will not get into retention, promotion discussion. We just continue to support the students as they move up,” Superintendent Jeanice Swift on what AAPS will do with students that aren’t reading at grade level at the end of third grade.

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