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Five groups of Pioneer students were among the winners in C-SPAN’s 2015 StudentCam documentary film contest. This year’s contest had 2280 total entries, which made it very competitive.  Pioneer has had winners every year its students have entered the contest, and this year—for the third year in a …

The Ann Arbor School Board of Education is pleased to announce that it will save its taxpayers $3.3 million in reduced interest expense over the next 14 years following the successful sale of $30.8 million of refunding bonds. The original bonds issued in 2006 were …

Reina Martinez  and daughter Abril, 7, attend the recent Homework Diner at Mitchell. Second grade teacher Sonali Deshpande talks to her student, Alondra, and parent Juan Carlos at the Homework Diner. It’s 6:30 p.m. on a Thursday evening, and dozens of Mitchell Elementary students, staff, …

How many students get the chance to design their own playground? That’s exactly what’s happening at A2STEAM @ Northside, where students on Saturday will present a large-scale model of the playscape they’ve designed to a landscape architect. “It was an easy connection—what child wouldn’t want …

  “Awesome.” “Cool.” “Sad, but good.” That’s how three eighth graders walking out of the movie “Selma” summed up the award-winning movie Friday morning at Cinemark on Carpenter Road. Thanks to the generosity of Old National Bank and the AAPS Educational Foundation, eighth graders from …

  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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