- 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
Story and photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor If you’ve ever attended an event at Huron High School, you’ve probably heard a chant that is simply a woman’s name over and over: “Dot-tie! Da-vis!” Dottie Davis is not a player on the court or …
Photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Playing before a huge crowd at Mighigan Stadium was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the Pioneer High School Pioneers on Aug. 27. The “Battle at the Big House” was indeed a tough contest against an impressive foe. Though the Pioneers fell …
“It makes tennis approachable, and it makes it fun. It’s the first time ever tennis has been sized to children and it makes them feel successful and that’s what we want kids to have fun and enjoy the sport,” says Youth Tennis Coordinator Zofii Casterline.
By Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor Landon Adamski and Mary Bashshur might never have become friends if it weren’t for the AAPS Peer to Peer Mentoring Program. Landon Adamski and Mary Bashshur are peer mentors at Scarlett Middle School, where the program is known …
“I want to keep encouraging you all to create the plethora of programs that you offer, there’s nothing more exciting, even in our house, to get the actual magazine and thumb through it and see what’s available,” says School Board Member Simone Lightfoot.
Principal Michelle Seals collected autographs from the players to give to Noah, a student who was upset because he was too sick to attend school on the day the team came to visit. Students cheered at nearly everything the ball players said in the Q-and-A …
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is renowned for its exceptional athletics, and now some of our graduates are going for gold.
Skyline men’s varsity soccer took home the state Division I title and women’s field hockey clinched the Division II trophy on Saturday, Nov. 2.
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.
Overall, fans spend around $1 million during U-M’s football season to tailgate at Pioneer High School.
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The Huron Booster Club organized the event and gave away a scholarship of $1,000 to a male and female athlete: Alex Teixeira and Noha Beleh.