- Ann Arbor mayor talks civics & safety with Thurston 2nd graders
- King students & staff give beloved custodian an emotional send-off on his last day
- Local professionals help Scarlett students hone interview skills on annual Portfolio Day
- Vanessa D’Souza, Burns Park second grade teacher
- AAPS excels at Washtenaw Elementary Science Olympiad: See local results
Emily Fairless’ third grade class participated in Oscar Night on June 3. All students earned awards in one of the five categories: Helping Hands, Team Player, Above and Beyond, Most Improved, and Best Listener. There …
After four years of the program’s academic guidance and college preparation, they had become scholars, and they knew they could rise to whatever greatness they aspired.
The AAPS Homebuilding Program has plenty to celebrate.
Business professionals from the community volunteered to conduct one-on-one mock interviews with eighth graders, and the students showed off their new portfolios and best professional demeanors.
The “Digital Dialogue Cultural Exchange” provided students with a meaningful writing opportunity and a way to develop technology skills.
Forsythe’s adaptive physical education class, which pairs special needs students with general education “buddies,” sparks friendships and understanding between the two student populations.
It’s a simple design: a hexagon base with plexiglass rising to form a point in the middle. It would take ten minutes to assemble, and around $25 to buy. And it could greatly improve access to clean water in developing countries.
By Tara Cavanaugh Huron High School, Pioneer High School, Skyline High School and Community High School are listed on Newsweek’s annual “Best High Schools” list this year.
The field trip is just one example of how the Ann Arbor Public Schools’ humanities curriculum for elementary students works.
Skyline students Albert Foo and Sharath Anand show off the prototype ExtinBreachR with Design, Technology and Environmental Planning teacher Tom Pachera and student teacher Frank Norton. By Tara Cavanaugh It doesn’t get much more traditional …
Washtenaw Community College students teach Burns Park fifth graders about ratios Wednesday at the Math Carnival. By Tara Cavanaugh At the Burns Park annual Math Carnival, everyone’s a winner. Washtenaw Community College education students practice …