- Kim McLean, Clague Middle School librarian
- 3 questions for: Samir, Haisley kindergartener
- “This program changed my life.” AAPS Adult Education proves pivotal
- 3 questions for: Odette Petrini, AAPS Adult Education teacher and ESL program facilitator
- LaKeisha Drummer, third grade teacher at Carpenter Elementary
High school students in Ann Arbor and across the state continue to improve their performance on the Michigan Merit Examination, which includes the ACT college entrance test.
WITH SLIDE SHOW: The Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop has made a substantial donation to the AAPS Educational Foundation’s One Million Reasons campaign. It is the largest gift received in the campaign which ends July 31.
WITH VIDEO: Seven schools are taking part in the ThinkStretch summer learning program this year. The programs are funded through PTOs and the AAPS Educational Foundation.
A tuition-based program will allow Ypsilanti students to attend alternative programs at Roberto Clemente Student Development Center and Stone High School in Ann Arbor this year.
An intensive, summer school program – the Elementary Summer Learning Institute – is under way at Ann Arbor Open @ Mack, packing lots of learning into just four short weeks.
WITH SLIDE SHOW AND VIDEO: World issues come to the fore at Tappan Middle School, where students who have enough in their lives help those who do not. Clague students have also joined the cause.
WITH VIDEO: About 25 college students from the New Life Church performed a community service day at Scarlett Middle School, moving desks and pulling weeds along the building’s front entrance.
A series of briefs around The Ann Arbor Public Schools: Local teacher in summer theater production; AAPS Educational Foundation changes to accrual accounting, continues One Million Reasons campaign.
The Washtenaw Intermediate School District board this week approved transportation consolidation contracts with Ann Arbor, Willow Run and Ypsilanti districts.
Five trustees will be elected to the Ann Arbor school board on Nov. 2. Sitting trustees offer their tips and experiences.
“Sonya Kotov’s laugh is without a doubt one-of-a-kind, as is her style of storytelling,” writes student journalist Emma Machcinski from Community High School. Find links to her story and a fun sound track.
A memorial service for Theresa Supica and her 12-year-old daughter, Samantha, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 3 at Knox Presbyterian Church, 2065 S. Wagner Road.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools will participate in a consolidated transportation plan through the Washtenaw Intermediate School District starting this fall.
Following approval by members of the Ann Arbor Education Association last week, the Ann Arbor school board ratified a new contract with district teachers on Wednesday.
The roles and responsibilities of school board members will be discussed during an informational session on Wednesday, June 30 starting at 5:30 p.m.