- Students cherish new friends, books & knowledge gained at middle school ELA and Math/PLTW camps
- Preschoolers meet community helpers; hop aboard a fire truck and police car
- 30 seconds with: The Summer ESL Academy’s ‘road trip’ for icy treats
- Board of Education places 20-year, $1 billion bond proposal on November ballot
- Newly retired teacher expands fund to help children who can’t afford music camp
WITH VIDEO: Sixth-graders use their experience with a classic novel to create a mock murder trial scene. Teacher Wendy Raymond is honored for her work with legal education.
Students at Wines Elementary are learning how to give back to their community through Lunches With Love, a program where they pack bag lunches for those staying in Ann Arbor shelters.
The largest Ann Arbor Public Schools student art exhibition is under way at the Jean Paul Slusser Gallery on U-M’s North Campus through June 4. It is open to the public and there is no fee.
WITH VIDEO: Fifth-graders at Eberwhite Elementary had a lesson in entrepreneurship, business acumen and teamwork through their Hip Hop Popcorn project this spring which raised money for local charities. The bottom line: Tasty!
Friends and family can enjoy the Skyline Winter Drumline’s final performance at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 1. See this entry for a video and photos of the team.