- Community conversation to kick off this month will lead to new AAPS Strategic Plan
- Darcy Knoll, Pittsfield and Pattengill elementary physical education teacher
- That’s a Great Idea: PLPs on sticky labels keep students focused on goals
- Superintendent Swift promotes public education as Michigan Superintendent of the Year
- Don Packard, Pioneer High School English teacher
C-SPAN journalists talked with Clague, Skyline and Pioneer students about news media and politics.
The Oct. 18 Harvest Moon celebration at King showed kids how the change in season prompts community gatherings over the world.
Learn about safety and security improvements that were paid for by the sinking fund.
A teen uses his technology talent to help AAPS families in need.
The district is undergoing the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department’s active shooter survival training, called ALICE.
Updated enrollment numbers show that the district has lost a total of 224 students since the last school year.
Success isn’t the only reason why the Huron track will be renamed after him next spring. It’s the relationships he’s formed over the years.
Red Wing Schools Assembly reps had students jumping to their feet.
The 62 titles were suggested by the University of Michigan “Understanding Race Project.”
Alesia Flye’s last day with AAPS is Oct. 18.
The sinking fund has paid for upgrades in lighting, roofing, heating and cooling that have saved the district $700,000 in energy bills every year.
The High School Nation bus tour stopped at Pioneer High School on Oct. 2, delivering opportunities for students to interact with music — and a large donation.
By now you’ve probably heard and seen plenty of reminders about the Oct. 2 Count Day. Here are some things worth knowing.
There’s a few reasons why items get on the Board’s agenda for review.
So one of the main reasons I had to really think long and hard about doing regular blog posting for the AAPS News is not that I don’t love to talk about education or district issues, — because I do, ask anyone!