- Scarlett students & Holocaust survivor share their refugee experiences with sixth graders
- Steve Rodriguez, Pioneer High School PE teacher & coach
- Rain moves Picnic Pops inside for 2018, still an amazing show
- Scarlett students learn how to handle job interview jitters on annual Portfolio Day
- Abby Ruehlmann, Clague Middle School English Language Arts teacher
She holds three Guinness world records and she’s only nine years old.
The Wines Fun Run was a huge success, and students made sure to spread the wealth with a donation to the Leslie Science and Nature Center.
Local author Lori Sawicki talked with third-fifth graders about the writing process.
The Oct. 18 Harvest Moon celebration at King showed kids how the change in season prompts community gatherings over the world.
Red Wing Schools Assembly reps had students jumping to their feet.
The 62 titles were suggested by the University of Michigan “Understanding Race Project.”
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.
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.
Superintendent Dr. Swift kicked off her first community forum at Angell Elementary on Thursday, Sept. 19.
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.
The Trailblazers are a group of 60 seniors who volunteer daily at AAPS elementary buildings.
This year, Bach, Burns Park and Pattengill elementary schools, along with Clague Middle and Skyline High School, are welcoming new principals. Learn about them here!
The Academy is held for three weeks every summer and is formed by a partnership between the University of Michigan School of Education and the district.
As you go up the stairs to see the exhibit, what you’ll likely notice first is a huge, 10-foot tall tree.The decoupaged tree is a three-school project, showing art from Bryant Elementary second graders, King Elementary fourth graders, and Pattengill fourth graders.