- Huron sophomores share their passion in displaying their Middle Years Programme Personal Project
- Pioneer students create fleece blankets for patients at Mott Children’s Hospital
- 16th annual FutureStars set for Jan. 27; calls on students to ‘Rise Up’
- Tappan Middle School holds inspirational MLK Jr. Assemblies
- Colleen Creal, Pioneer High School guidance counselor
Ann Arbor Public Schools highlighted some of the great hands on learning opportunities the district offers students for the Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Regional Chamber’s Leadership A2Y Education Day.
On AAPS’ Professional Development Day Monday, 1200 professional teachers, principals, teaching assistants, nurses, and support staff chose among 62 sessions focused on learning and teaching which were located at six locations around the district. The sessions were facilitated by AAPS teacher leaders as well as nationally …
“They’ve got everything from under sea to outer space to career explorations. There are probably 10 to 15 career explorations that they can take the kids on as well as sites all over the world. It’s incredibly immersive,” says Instructional technology teacher Peter Pasque.
“I think it’s more of a life-long process that they learn, hopefully we’ve instilled some love of science in them. That they’ve had a chance to discover different scientific principles and activities outside of what they’re taught in the classroom,” says WESO Board President Susan Blackburn.
For the second year in a row four Ann Arbor Public Schools have received medals in the US News and World Report’s annual high school rankings. Community, Huron, Pioneer, and Skyline High Schools each claimed silver medals in the 2015 rankings.
“The IB core values really align with what we’re doing already,” says Clinical Assistant Professor of Education Debi Khasnabis.
After the school welcomed them back from the state tournament in Grand Rapids today, the winning fifth graders pose for a photograph. Someone will need to add ’15 to the banner. In the 41-year history of Michigan Leagues of Academic Games, no school has ever …
Science teacher Dan Ezekiel, shown at a previous science fair, says such fairs are fondly remembered by students. When Forsythe Middle School science teacher Dan Ezekiel meets scientists who learn he is the staff contact person for what is believed to be the largest single …
Suzanne Walsh, who enrolled her daughter, Deren Vostina, at Mitchell Elementary to access IB at the earliest stages, addresses the crowd Sunday at Huron High School. More than 450 people—mostly eighth graders and their parents—showed up Sunday to learn about the upcoming International Baccalaureate Diploma …
Ann Arbor Public Schools Placed on the College Board’s 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Access and Success A Record 547 School Districts Across the Nation Are Honored Skyline student deep in study Ann Arbor Public Schools is one of …
Michigan Public Radio has produced a story on this summer’s ESL program at Scarlett. The story is airing today, Thursday, August 28 including during the afternoon news. The reporter, Sarah Alvarez, from the State of Opportunity initiative constructed a wonderful piece that includes quotes from several students …
One of the clear initiatives that came out of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Listen and Learn tour is the desire by parents, students and staff for enhanced World Language offerings starting in elementary school through 12th grade. This desire fits very well with the …
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is set to become one of the few districts in Michigan with a comprehensive K-12 International Baccalaureate program.
Administrators shared information about the new school at a packed meeting Thursday night.
Several changes are coming to the Ann Arbor Public Schools for the 2014-2015 school year.