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Instead of giving each other Valentines on Feb. 14, Carrie Chester’s fourth graders do something a little different.
Several changes are coming to the Ann Arbor Public Schools for the 2014-2015 school year.
Will your child be a kindergartener in the Ann Arbor Public Schools for the 2014-2015 school year? Then make sure to attend the information sessions, called Kindergarten Round-Ups, that start this week.
No experience is necessary. Training is provided.
Bach is one of the NWF’s founding “Wildlife Nation” teams.
Over 400 AAPS students received gifts for the holidays.
Code.org’s “Hour of Code” provided fun ways for students to learn basic programming skills.
“He really was a gem. There was nobody else like him.”
Karen Thomas grants support elementary school programs and projects that promote literacy, support academic retention, and supply reading materials for media centers.
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.”