- District Offers Another Schools of Choice Application Window
- Pathways to Success Campus to Offer New Niche for AAPS High School Students
- Skyline Freshman wins Dexter Community Orchestra’s Youth Artist Competition
- Huron’s Business Professionals of America Earns 31 State Awards
- AAPS Announces Second Window for In-District Transfer Requests – April 14 – May 2, 2014
The district is accepting more Schools of Choice applications from May 5 to June 2.
The new Pathways to Success program will be unlike anything the district has offered before.
Forrest Flesher will perform with the Dexter Community Orchestra on Sunday, April 27.
The students received four 1st place awards, six 2nd place awards, four 4th place awards, two 5th place awards, four 6th place awards, and two 7th place awards.
Applications will be accepted for students living in the Ann Arbor Public School District for In-District transfer request for Fall 2014.
Thanks to a partnership with the University of Michigan School of Music, Theater and Dance and the School of Social Work, along with U-M’s innovative “Third Century Initiative” Grants, an El Sistema music program is being piloted at Mitchell Elementary.
The Community High Jazz Program was asked to provide music for the UMS/Ford Honors Gala on Sunday night, March 31, where 9-time Grammy and Pulitzer Prize winning jazz trumpet star Wynton Marsalis was this year’s honoree.
Current Allen Elementary Principal Joan Fitzgibbon has twenty years with the district, a math and science teaching background and experience leading both elementary and middle schools.
This week AAPS Superintendent Dr. Jeanice Swift is continuing community meetings to discuss the AAPS budget for the 2014-2015 school year.
Dekeon’s generous legacy will live on for many reasons, including a $5,100 donation from his family.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is set to become one of the few districts in Michigan with a comprehensive K-12 International Baccalaureate program.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools will accept applications for the exciting new program until April 1.
“We must innovate and build our way to a better fiscal day in AAPS.” –Superintendent Dr. Swift.
The team visited Ann Arbor Open on Friday, March 21 to show students a few cheers, talk about why reading is fun and important, and to read along with students in the school’s media center.
“Honk! Jr.” will have evening performances on Friday, March 28 and Saturday, March 29 at 7 p.m., and a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday, March 30, in the school auditorium at 920 Miller.