- Pioneer junior deals with grief through art; hopes to help others through her speech at TEDx Saturday, March 17
- Youth Art Month in downtown Ann Arbor
- Pioneer High to present 62nd annual Concerto Concert March 21
- Teens will speak on topics they’re passionate about during TEDx Youth@AnnArbor Saturday
- Inspired by speaker at school assembly, Tappan student is now selling her self-published book on Amazon
Articles by AAPS News Editor
The latest exhibit at the University of Michigan School of Art and Design opened Monday with the flair of a world-class art show. A live presentation showed art in process. Violins serenaded the thick crowd. Art hung from the ceiling, gleamed in display cases and beckoned from the walls. But this new exhibit was unusually diverse in medium and message, thanks to its hundreds of young artists from the Ann Arbor Public Schools.
By Tara Cavanaugh A parade of bike riders rolled in to Wines Elementary Wednesday morning. Tikes on tiny bikes with training wheels. Kids in bike buggies, enjoying the ride. Tandem bikes. Junior-sized mountain bikes. Grown-up sized bikes ridden by moms and dads. The unusually high …
The Ann Arbor Preschool and Family Center has entered a contest to win $10,000. The money would provide speech pathologists with iPads to help young students develop critical speech and language skills. The “Project Help” contest is sponsored by the Bank of Ann Arbor. The …
TheraPaws volunteer Joan Baublis high-fives a student after walking therapy dog Raven. By Tara Cavanaugh A dog can be a companion, a therapist or even a great teacher. Just ask the adaptive health class at Pioneer High School, which was visited by Michigan TheraPaws trainers …
Voters resoundingly approved the 2012 Tech Bond Tuesday night. Election results showed 70.35 percent voting for the bond and 29.65 percent voting against.
United States Marine Band clarinetist Jonathon Troy will be performing with the Huron High School Symphony and Concert Bands at Picnic Pops on Saturday, May 19 on the front lawn of Pioneer High School at 11:15 a.m and 1 p.m.
Skyline Communications, Media and Public Policy magnet students Mara Sullivan, Marissa Relitz and Max Killough created an overview of the 2012 Tech Bond. Their video includes interviews with Ann Arbor Public Schools Communications Director Liz Margolis and Deputy Superintendent Robert Allen.
If you peeked into Don Packard’s freshman English class a couple of weeks ago, you would have seen a room abuzz with students playing with Legos.
Teens from Skyline High School’s health and medicine magnet class, taught by Mr. Jeffrey Bradley, decided to help raise money to fight childhood obesity. To make this happen, Mr. Bradley’s class teamed up with Champions For Charity to host a 5K in which all the …
In a letter to the members of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education, the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber of Commerce voiced its support of the 2012 Tech Bond. This letter of support follows the Tech Advisory Group’s endorsement of the Tech Bond.
The Forsythe Knowledge Master team saved the best for last as they finished first in the state, out of ten teams, in the Knowledge Master Open held April 25. In three previous contests this year, they had finished third, second, and third in the state. …
The student winners proudly hold their plaques from C-SPAN on April 30. Teacher Tracy Van Dusen, C-SPAN producer Debbie Lam, Comcast community affairs manager Maria Holmes and Pioneer Principal Michael White congratulate the students on their work. By Tara Cavanaugh Six Pioneer High School students …
The Ann Arbor Public Schools has a partner as it develops its technology plans: the Tech Advisory Group.
Crowds of family and friends enjoyed the annual Pittsfield Elementary Science Fair held Thursday, April 26. Displays ranging from planets to pizza and magnets to magma filled the multi-purpose room and school gym.
The first-ever Literary Arts Awards at Pioneer High School dished out prizes for poetry, fiction, journalism, essay and satire on Friday, April 27.