- Community High’s award-winning The Communicator is 100 percent student-run
- 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
Thurston Principal Natasha York and music teacher Yael Rothfield accept the donation from Michael Cole. Photo provided by Bank of Ann Arbor. Nov. 21, 2013 By Tara Cavanaugh To all those who voted in the Bank of Ann Arbor JumpstART contest: Thank you. Those clicks …
The company’s Ann Arbor office opened its doors to AAPS juniors and seniors for its third annual Career Day.
“When it comes to educating the children of our community, we are all in this together.” –AAPSEF Executive Director Mary Cooperwasser
Local author Lori Sawicki talked with third-fifth graders about the writing process.
A teen uses his technology talent to help AAPS families in need.
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.
The University of Michigan women’s basketball team took some time out of their busy schedule to play around with kids at Burns Park.
Over 1,300 Ann Arbor Public Schools third-sixth graders learned how to deal with bullying from U-M student athletes.
Comerica’s Youth Savings Program provides lessons in personal finance for all grades and also gives students real-life banking experience right in their own school.
School Messenger allows the district to send out information about school closings, events, emergencies, attendance and more via email and phone.
Backpacks are a quintessential item for students. Yet for many families, they’re impossible to afford.
Ten AAPS teachers and administrators are currently halfway across the world in Singapore, learning about a world-renowned STEM education program. According to feedback from the group, the first-ever program is already a success.
In the Ann Arbor Public Schools, we’re known for going the extra mile for our students. Case in point: Today a group of ten AAPS teachers and administrators are going all the way to Singapore to learn about successful STEM education strategies.
Thanks to the generosity of IMRA America Inc., a beloved treasure of the Ann Arbor Public Schools will be in use for current and future generations of students and families.
The credit union celebrated a new location by donating $5,000 to the Ann Arbor Public Schools Educational Foundation on June 13.