- Christine Woelmer, Allen Elementary media specialist
- Skyline’s annual Black History Month Assembly again inspires with music, dance, art, poetry, drama
- Pioneer High School Athletic Director Eve Claar named Region Six Athletic Director of the Year
- ‘Bring a buddy to the football team — the more the better!” Harbaugh brothers inspire Pioneer football team to share the love
- Pioneer heading to nationals after winning the Michigan High School Ethics Bowl State Championship
General education and special education students at Clague have become fellow thespians and friends, through a theater program called ACT-UP.
Some 240 student exhibits will be featured at the Forsythe Science Fair which will be open from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14. The event is free and open to the public.
Ann Arbor’s Partners for Excellence program has been in place for 25 years. Today, there are more than 30 formal partnerships with local businesses and civic groups around the community.
Bach Elementary School music teacher Kristi Bishop recently returned from a trip to mainland China, where she traveled with a delegation of 51 educators from around the country. “We were given such an opportunity,” she said.
Volunteers in The Ann Arbor Public Schools range in age from their 20s to their 80s and everything in between. They can be found in most buildings around the district.
Two Ann Arbor teachers and 12 students represented the area in a delegation to Hikone, Japan this fall. A delegation visited Ann Arbor as well.
Forty four Ann Arbor students have been selected to participate in a state-level junior high/middle school honors choir this month in Grand Rapids.
Thirty members of the newly formed Tappan Law Club participated in mock trials last month at the Washtenaw County courthouse.
Students at Carpenter Elementary School provide classmates and families with a special treat on Fridays: Fresh bagels and some community fellowship that benefits school programs.
A2ties, a student-founded group, creatively reaches out to foreign exchange students across the Ann Arbor district this year.
Plenty of adult students participate in classes in Ann Arbor, whether taking GED courses or learning English as a Second Language. Enrollment begins soon for winter classes.
Community High School graduate Neda Ulaby, now an arts reporter for NPR, shares her thoughts about careers with students.
Registration begins in January for winter semester of English as a Second Language program in The Ann Arbor Public Schools. Many cultures and languages are represented in the program.
Third-graders in all 21 Ann Arbor elementary schools are saying “hola!” this fall to learning Spanish thanks to a partnership with the University of Michigan.
Kathleen Wright and her illustrator husband, Jonathan, tie their love of Ann Arbor’s fairy doors into kindergarten lesson plans.