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At a taste-testing Friday afternoon, Pioneer High School senior Julien Heidt, Pioneer High School social committee co-chair, tests the punch that may be served at the prom. Michigan Stadium is visible out the window behind her. With its kitty-corner location across the street, Michigan Stadium …

These fourth graders, holding water-themed watercolors, are proud to know their poems are posted on the UN website. Pictured in the back row are teacher Robin Gleason and  student teacher Evelyn Daughtery. Some Bach Elementary fourth graders have a unique connection to the United Nations …

Left to right are Mitchell Limp and Hunter Schrupp (2nd place winners) and Timmy Cheek and Peter Nemecek (1st place winners). The work of five AAPS students may be coming soon to a trail near you. All are winners in the Allen Creek Green the Way: …

Griffin Roy Griffin Roy, a clarinetist in the Ann Arbor Pioneer High School Symphony Band, has won $2,000 in the first concerto competition sponsored by the Washtenaw Community Concert Band (WCCB). “We are pleased to provide this prize to such an outstanding young musician as …

  Heather Sweet selects produce for her family. On the first day of the Community Action Network’s summer camp at Mitchell Elementary last summer, a young camper asked to take half of her sandwich home for her mom. “We knew from the very first day …

Pattengill Elementary third grade teacher Susan Beech isn’t wild about the traditional Valentine’s Day parties at school. That’s why her students were happily engaged Thursday in Beech’s Bunch’s Fourth Annual Valentines Service Day. Each year, parents donate materials, which the children use to create artistic …

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