- AAPS summer day campers are Hooked on Fun
- ESL students will tell stories of challenge and triumph at family celebration
- Homework Club continues for Lakewood kids
- `He taught us how to run the race of life’
- Safety Town is a summertime tradition
“There isn’t any job they can ever have that isn’t going to involve some kind of writing,” Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Regional Chamber representative Donna DeButts explains why the Skyline Writing Center was chosen to win an Exemplary Educational Endeavors Award.
“I like to introduce them to art forms that inspire them and I love to highlight how impressive and deeply artistic they already are. This age group is constantly thinking and analyzing and growing,” Clague choir teacher Dianna Hochella on teaching middle school aged students.
I know school is a key for future success and that they’ll be there for a minimum of 13 years. So, why not enjoy at least 13 years of your life?
AAPS Singapore Team Visiting the Ministry of Education 21 AAPS staff are now in Singapore, learning, sharing and experiencing the unique Singapore Education System. The Ann Arbor Public Schools is the only school district in the country to benefit from a generous and innovative partnership …
“It was huge for me to tell my students, ‘Listen I’ve been where you’ve been, I know what got you here. Most importantly, I know what it takes to get you out.”
A Pioneer student and two Skyline students designed the winning book covers for the annual Kerrytown BookFest contest.
Teachers attend one of dozens of professional development sessions offered this month through the Professional Learning Academy. The new school year is fast approaching, and while you’re soaking up the last few days of summer, our teachers and administrators are already preparing for the new …
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The AAPS News is thrilled to announce that the district and AAPS News Editor Tara Cavanaugh have received four awards from the Michigan School Public Relations Association’s annual Communications Contest.
Alumnae Jamie Hibbs (Huron, ’13) and Kelsey Moran (Community, ’13) are organizing a family friendly fundraiser for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a volunteer-driven charity dedicated to raising money for childhood cancer research. The fundraiser, a St. Baldrick’s signature head-shaving event, will take place at Colonial Lanes …
Interviews are open to the public but not for public participation.
Ann Arbor Rec&Ed will host its third annual Opening Day celebration for Youth Baseball at the newly refurbished fields at Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday, June 15, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Detroit Tiger’s mascot, PAWS, will be at the park for photos and visits with …
Emily Fairless’ third grade class participated in Oscar Night on June 3. All students earned awards in one of the five categories: Helping Hands, Team Player, Above and Beyond, Most Improved, and Best Listener. There were two students (Emily Nowak and Jayden Ballard-Taylor) who earned …
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Patricia Green is retiring at the end of this school year. On Wednesday, June 19, the Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education is hosting a series of public forums to hear from the community about key criteria they woul dlike …