- We asked a handful of new teachers: What is your hope for the coming year?
- Pittsfield teacher selected for statewide Teacher Leadership Advisory Council
- Washtenaw County Public Health officials say time to think about immunizations
- Summer Learning Institute keeps students engaged
- New collective bargaining agreement approved with AAEA
More than 200 summer camp offerings are made available through the district’s Community Education and Recreation Department. Visit www.aareced.com or call 734-994-2300.
District residents James Corey, Victoria Haviland, Noah Hurwitz, Jack Panitch and Andy Thomas have all applied to fill a vacant seat on the Ann Arbor school board. Trustees are expected to fill the post on May 12 at the regular board meeting.
Ann Arbor high schools have productions on the stage this spring, starting with Pioneer’s “Footloose” and Skyline’s “You Can’t Take It With You.”
Ann Arbor students who take part in the Ann Arbor Academic Games head to the national Academic Games Leagues of America Tournament this week.
A free e-waste recycling event is being hosted this week to help residents, small businesses and nonprofits recycle electronics in an Earth-friendly way.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools PTO Council Advocacy Committee has rescheduled its meeting to Tuesday, April 20 at 10:30 a.m. at the Balas Administration building, 2555 S. State St., Ann Arbor.
The Ann Arbor Board of Education is seeking applicants to fill a board position vacated April 12 with the resignation of longtime trustee Randy Friedman. The deadline for applications is 4 p.m. Friday, April 23.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools Educational Foundation has launched a campaign to raise $1 million for public education. “There is no white knight riding in to save the Ann Arbor Public Schools. We have to do this ourselves,” said the group’s executive director.
Community High School student Max Bowen was the “Featured Young Artist” for this year’s Western Illinois University Guitar Festival, which ran from April 9-11 during Spring Break.
Community High School’s Mock Trial Team A has won the state championship in the Michigan High School Mock Trial Tournament. Ten teams competed in the state finals on March 27.
Friends and family can enjoy the Skyline Winter Drumline’s final performance at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 1. See this entry for a video and photos of the team.
The Huron High School River Rats won the Class A state semifinal basketball tournament and school spirit was high heading into Saturday’s finals.
Pioneer High School was selected it as a Grammy Signature Gold School, one of only two in the nation to receive the award this week. The school earned $5,000 for its music program.
The group announced Pioneer’s honor as part of it’s annual “Grammy Signature Schools” program. A total of 12 schools across the nation were honored through the program, with cash awards from $1,000 to $5,000 each.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is supporting the City of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan to bring Google’s broadband high-speed network to Ann Arbor.
Huron High School students took 62 of 89 of total awards at the annual Ann Arbor-Southeastern Michigan Science Fair at Washtenaw Community College.