- Tech Trek gives AAPS chance to display Project Lead the Way for students in K-12
- Moments from the final week of the 2016-17 school year
- A2 STEAM students are enjoying their new outdoor classroom
- Powerful Class of 2017 celebrates at Skyline High School Commencement
- Brandon Bedinger, Skyline High School community assistant and head strength training coach
Thanks to Menlo Innovation providing space, the event also gave AAPS a chance to let the community see the science, technology, engineering, arts, and math or STEAM offerings across the district. This includes Project Lead the Way in Kindergarten through 12th grade and FIRST Robotics Teams.
Story, photos and video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News A2 STEAM students are ending their school year with a new addition that connects students with nature and spreads the message of environmental education. Following one long productive General Motors “Day of Service” this spring, A2 STEAM …
“Students at this school care, they care not just about their academics and well-being, but about each other. Teachers care about bringing their “A” game each and every day. Administrators care about being there when we need it most,” says Skyline Graduate Michael Parrott.
You have the privilege of a Huron High School education and you should use that privilege every day for those who do not for their good and your good, with brotherhood and sisterhood, everyday because that’s what makes America beautiful,” says Huron social studies teacher Sarah Roldan-Dodson.
“A journey where you continue to crave life-long learning, a journey where you’re challenged and excited, and a journey that allows you to be the best possible you in the world,” says Community High School Dean Marci Tuzinsky to the Class of 2017.
Story, photos and video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News “At times there were days where we all thought we couldn’t do it anymore,” said Haley Eichstadt in her commencement address to her fellow graduates of the 2017 Class of Pathways to Success Academic Campus Monday night. “However, …
Elementary School aged children from across Washtenaw County competed in the 15th annual Washtenaw Elementary Science Olympiad this weekend at Pioneer High School.
Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor Huron High School students and staff lined up today to “clap out” seniors leaving school on their last day of classes:
Pioneer High School seniors will always remember their last day of classes, when they left the building through a gauntlet of applause. Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor
Representatives from Strive For a Safer Drive and Ford Motor Company awarded Skyline students with a 4th place award and $750 prize for the DRIVE Well campaign. Skyline High School’s SkyWell today received a cash prize of $750 and a trophy recognizing DRIVE Well SkyWell, …
Story, photos and video by Jo Mathis AAPS District News editor Clague Middle School has been named just one of the state’s 12 “2017 School to Watch” by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform. And that was cause for an all-school celebration today …
Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News In preparation for their concert later that night, the Pioneer A Cappella Choir rehearses “Ain’t No Grave Can Hold My Body Down” while using American Sign Language. The director is Steven Lorenz.
Video and photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Community High School’s jazz musicians performed before a packed crowd at The Ark Monday night, proving yet again that the jazz program under director Jack Wagner lives up to its reputation. This year’s annual Year End …
Story, photos, and video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor When Gabe Doss was asked to be the keynote speaker at the Rising Scholars annual conference, he knew it was a no-brainer. As a member of the Google Ann Arbor Community Affairs team with a …
By Jo Mathis/AAPS District News The weather was perfect Saturday for a picnic on the lawn of Pioneer High School while middle and high school musicians performed under the tent. The 2017 Picnic Pops—an annual tradition open to the community—was another chance for students to …