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“In any subject there is an opportunity to be creative, in any subject there’s an opportunity to collaborate, in any subject there’s an opportunity to showcase who you are, and I think this is a great way to do that,” said Pioneer Orchestra Director Jonathan Glawe.

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Photos and video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor For the last 29 years, Harold Wimberly has been serving struggling Washtenaw County youth and families in various capacities, particularly in behavioral counseling, life-skills training and program development for youth. He has been an AAPS intervention specialist …

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 Photos and video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Clague Middle School held its sixth “Relay for Life” Friday, and since then have raised $2,500 for the “Block out Cancer” campaign with Mott Children’s Hospital. Clague’s entire 656-student population participated in the afternoon event of health-related activities, …

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U-M soccer team displays AAPS student work at game

September 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

The University of Michigan soccer team displayed the art and writing of 117 AAPS students at their soccer game again against Northwestern on September 24. Thanks to generous donations from the Malloy Foundation and the University of Michigan men’s soccer team, students and their families …

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Danielle Grosos, Pattengill Resource Room teacher

September 27, 2017 // 1 Comment

Photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor Danielle Grosos grew up in Dearborn Heights, the daughter of Mark and Anita Griffin.  During high school, she worked for Dearborn Heights 20th District Court and thought about becoming a criminal psychologist.  But after she had an experience in …

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Veronica Nowicki, Lawton Second grade teacher

September 18, 2017 // 2 Comments

Photos and profile by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor Veronica Nowicki grew up in Saginaw, the daughter of Tony and Maria Moreno. When she was seven years old, her family moved to Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain so her father could collaborate with other business …

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“When you’re playing it you want to hear what it sounds like, does it do what you’re expecting it to do? Do you have to work harder to make the same thing happen, and ultimately you know which one has the best sound overall and do the most for the music,” says Clague band teacher Jay MacArthur

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