- Students cherish new friends, books & knowledge gained at middle school ELA and Math/PLTW camps
- Preschoolers meet community helpers; hop aboard a fire truck and police car
- 30 seconds with: The Summer ESL Academy’s ‘road trip’ for icy treats
- Board of Education places 20-year, $1 billion bond proposal on November ballot
- Newly retired teacher expands fund to help children who can’t afford music camp
Articles by AAPS News Editor
The 62 titles were suggested by the University of Michigan “Understanding Race Project.”
The new playground allows Haisley’s special needs students to play outside as easily as their general education peers.
Alesia Flye’s last day with AAPS is Oct. 18.
Investing in maintaining our physical properties is both a community priority and a shared responsibility. Keeping our schools in sound working order and ensuring they are sustainable places to deliver education, both for today’s students and for the generations to come, pays forward the public trust that has been provided to us.
The sinking fund has paid for upgrades in lighting, roofing, heating and cooling that have saved the district $700,000 in energy bills every year.
The High School Nation bus tour stopped at Pioneer High School on Oct. 2, delivering opportunities for students to interact with music — and a large donation.
It was supposed to be a quick assembly about fire drill safety. But Bach’s new principal, Hyeuo Park, had a trick up his sleeve.
By now you’ve probably heard and seen plenty of reminders about the Oct. 2 Count Day. Here are some things worth knowing.
There’s a few reasons why items get on the Board’s agenda for review.
So one of the main reasons I had to really think long and hard about doing regular blog posting for the AAPS News is not that I don’t love to talk about education or district issues, — because I do, ask anyone!
Allen Elementary students were delighted by a performance of musician Guy Louis, who used a variety of creative methods to help students understand how to recognize and address bullying behavior.
The University of Michigan women’s basketball team took some time out of their busy schedule to play around with kids at Burns Park.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions about the fund.
On Nov. 5, the community will vote on the sinking fund millage. It’s important to know what the sinking fund can and cannot pay for.
The Oct. 2 Count Day is coming soon, and AAPS administration is keeping a close eye on enrollment and class sizes.