AAPS Updates

Videos & slide shows

The Festifools parade today was lead by Clague eighth graders working together in a wonderful artistic collaboration. Clague’s choir and drumming teacher Dianna Hochella and Clague art teacher Kay Pentzienjoined joined forces this past quarter with two …

“Teachers Go Bananas” at Bryant Elementary is a favorite yearly treat. Teachers dress up as their favorite book characters and then during “Banana Time” rush to another classroom to share their story. “Banana Time” happens …

By Tara Cavanaugh Chartwells sent chefs into AAPS high schools last week to show students that healthy eating can be anything but bland. At Pioneer, Kim Sinclair and head cook Allison Kiersey (shown in the …

Mitchell mini-movies debut on the silver screen

February 11, 2013 // 2 Comments

  By Tara Cavanaugh The Mitchell Elementary School cafeteria was abuzz with excitement Wednesday night as students in dresses and suits eagerly pulled their families, some even accompanied by grandparents and cousins, to sit and …

By Tara Cavanaugh At the Haisley Heritage Festival, you can feel like you’re a world away –– and right at home. The annual festival highlights students’ families and cultures with booths, foods and dances. It …

By Tara Cavanaugh Peek inside any kindergarten classroom in the Ann Arbor Public Schools, and you’ll likely see small groups of students working intensely at different tables. Whether they’re arranging letters or patterns of blocks, …

By Tara Cavanaugh Fourth graders from Ms. Thomas, Mrs. Bankey, Mr. Michelson and Mr. Klein’s fourth grade classes performed a rousing tribute to America this week. Carmino Rovosa’s half hour musical “Let’s Hear it for …

Clague Middle School celebrates 40th anniversary

November 20, 2012 // 0 Comments

  By Tara Cavanaugh A school is never just a school. It’s a second home. It’s a place to grow up. It’s a family all its own. That familiar feeling was unavoidable at Clague Middle …

1 15 16 17 18 19 23