- Time to unload that e-waste?
- Young scientists represent AAPS well at regional fair
- Huron Chess Rats tie for 10th place in National Chess Tournament
- Skyline Students Share Thoughts On School With Board Of Education
- Board Of Education Approves School Safety Policy Enhancements
“I’m Pleased that we have approved a policy that will protect students and if tested in court we will be able to defend successfully,” said School Board Trustee Andy Thomas.
Alex Spranger, Ada Banks and Erika Chesky sit in front of their artwork and that of 10 fellow Community High School students on display at WSG Gallery. Most of the art is displayed in the windows of Main Street businesses between Washington and William. Ann …
Jaspreet Singh Sawhney makes a point during the Continue the Conversation meeting. Last year, when she was new to Ann Arbor Public Schools, Superintendent Jeanice Swift held a series of open forums at each school in the district and some public sites. Called Listen …
AAPS Superintendent Jeanice Swift will present a sample bond proposal to trustees at Wednesday’s Ann Arbor Board of Education meeting. Trustees will consider asking voters in May to approve a bond proposal that would address infrastructure needs, replace aging buses, and support enhancements in every …
Washtenaw Intermediate School District Superintendent Scott Menzel apologized to the Ann Arbor School District community for the fact that WISD was unable to provide bus transportation on Jan. 8, which led to the cancelation of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti public schools that day. Bus drivers …
Pioneer High School Band Director David Leach says his job is not to turn students into professional musicians—although quite a few have done just that. Rather, it’s after something more basic; something that every one can take with them no matter what direction they take. …
The Legislature is debating and voting today on the 2014/2015 school aid fund which funds public education across Michigan as well as Charter Schools and Cyber Online schools. Once again this year all signs point to another disappointing unfunded proposal that will further erode …
Instead of giving each other Valentines on Feb. 14, Carrie Chester’s fourth graders do something a little different.
AAPS will open 750 seats for School of Choice students who live outside the AAPS district but in Washtenaw County.
“His extensive knowledge of school finance, his years of experience and his leadership at the state level to advocate for school finance reform makes him a perfect fit for our district.” –AAPS Superintendent Dr. Swift
“Hopefully we can find savings that we can put back into the classroom.”
A2RecDirect shares information on programs, discounts and more.
The new plan, which takes effect Nov. 4, includes no salary increases.
School Messenger allows the district to send out information about school closings, events, emergencies, attendance and more via email and phone.
It’s a new school year, and the district has a brand-new AAPS News set up just for you!