- Chemistry students raise $528 for Alpha House
- Voters to decide on district enhancements May 5
- Taxpayers expected to save up to $3 million through refinancing of district bonds
- Superintendent Jeanice Swift: Trustees govern the district; work together to make the best decisions they can for students
- Health expo promotes wellness culture at Skyline
While students may have enjoyed some extra sleep this morning, their teachers have been busy learning how to do their jobs even better. On Professional Development Day, AAPS teachers are learning a range of subjects under the guiding principles of alignment, response to data, and …
The Huron High School community welcomed a group of Singapore teachers who are just beginning an 11-day visit to Ann Arbor. The teachers are part of the Toyota Education Initiatives in STEAM Innovation 2014 Development Program. AAPS is the only school district in the country …
The second graders were thrilled to get a video response from soldiers based in El Paso, Texas.
Ah, Valentines Day: The perfect day for a good serenade.
When it comes to a child’s educational success, parent involvement is critical — that’s the message of a daylong celebration called NAAPID.
The video shows the Ann Arbor community’s concerns, priorities, pride and dreams for the Ann Arbor Public Schools.
She holds three Guinness world records and she’s only nine years old.
Dr. Swift marked her 40th community forum on her Listen and Learn Tour at Pioneer High School on Thursday.
Huron’s Chamber Orchestra learned about baroque musical style and history from a member of Apollo’s Fire, a world-famous music ensemble.
Learn how much the sinking fund supports the schools, how much it costs a homeowner, and what the sinking fund can be used for.
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.
Allen Elementary students were delighted by a performance of musician Guy Louis, who used a variety of creative methods to help students understand how to recognize and address bullying behavior.
Last year, Ann Arbor residents approved a Technology Bond Millage to fund much-needed updates in our schools. See how that money is being spent.
Aug. 27 was the AAPS Superintendent’s first official work day, and as all eyes were on her, she promoted a message of togetherness, confidence, unity and excellence.
At the district Retirement Celebration at Top of the Park Tuesday night, the message was clear: Thank you for a job well done.