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Technology

The annual event provides a chance for young students to see and learn from the work older students in AAPS are doing. Additionally the older students get a chance to ask younger students questions about what they are learning and encourage them to continue to explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.

Story, video & photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor Dignitaries attending the groundbreaking included former students, teachers, and board members. Team 50 is raring to go on the Ann Arbor Student Building Industry Program‘s …

“Not only do we want to grow this physically and instructionally here at A2 STEAM, but we hope to have a model that we can share with all Ann Arbor Public Schools and actually even further because sustainability is something we want to be the work of all of our young people,” says A2 STEAM Principal Megan Fenech.

By Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Toyota Technical Center in Livonia delivered an unexpected and exceptionally generous holiday gift to Ann Arbor Public Schools today. Vince Snyder, far left, stands by the new engines with students …

By Jo Mathis/AAPS District News These Scarlett Middle School students were among the first in the district to use Illuminate. Ann Arbor Public Schools has implemented a new data assessment system that allows teachers to …

Julie Walstra, AAPS Data Systems Manager

June 7, 2016 // 1 Comment

Pictured in her Balas office, Julie Walstra describes her position as a DJ of data, “recombining stuff in new and interesting ways.”  Photo by Jo Mathis. Julie Walstra split her childhood between Lansing, Illinois (just …

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