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“No one can take away your freedom to choose how you will react. That is yours, and yours alone, and if you continue to make the kind of good choices that got you here to graduation, you will continue to forge your own destiny,” Zingerman’s co-founder Paul Saginaw told the 2016 graduating class from Pathways to Success Academic Campus

It’s clear that Huron High School students are true to their school. See the responses of six seniors on their last day of school on Friday. Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News

 Slideshow by Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor The action on the field at Huron High School Thursday reflected two of Ann Arbor Public Schools’ core values: working together, and respect for all. On the second annual A2 Unified Day, general education and special education students …

NASSP President Michael Allison and Latta Reddy, President, Prudential Foundation present Michigan High School honoree Trip Apley the Prudential Spirit of the Community Award at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington DC.    Two months before the Flint water crisis got much attention by …

Slideshow, story and photos by Jo Mathis AAPS District News Any transition can be hard, and high on a student’s stress meter is the move from elementary to middle school, followed a few years later by the step up to high school. That’s why every …

Erica Thomas was in her final year of law school when she realized her heart was in education. Photo by Jo Mathis. During National Teacher Appreciation Week this week, AAPS District News will profile four teachers who are completing their first year at Ann Arbor …

Forty AAPS students each received a post-high school academic scholarships of $1000 from the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor during an awards program and luncheon Monday.  The philanthropy is thought to be the largest, one day contribution by a non-profit organization to the AAPS students for scholarships. These …

Ryan Hansen is thrilled to be working at Pathways to Success. Photo by Jo Mathis. During National Teacher Appreciation Week this week, AAPS District News will profile four teachers who are completing their first year at Ann Arbor Public Schools. Pathways to Success math teacher …

  Greta Barfield  spent most of her school years in Muncie, Indiana, where she graduated from Burris Laboratory School, which is part of Ball State University’s Teacher College. She also earned her bachelors degree in special education, concentrating on what was then called Mental Impairment …

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