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By Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor CTE Coordinator Karen Eisley is hoping for a big turnout at an event tomorrow night that will showcase the many career paths available to AAPS students. Titled “Fitting …

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Profile and photo by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Kristal Jaaskelainen (pronounced “Ja´-ska-lie-nen”) was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula, moved to the Ann Arbor area to attend the University of Michigan, and has been …

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Richard Ingram was born in Lincoln, Nebraska and lived there until 1965, when his family moved to Ann Arbor. He has lived here since.  The 1970 Pioneer High School graduate received his college training at …

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Dana Cesarz and Melanie Obua will take lots of pictures during their brief visit to Washington, D.C. Story and photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News When Pioneer High School sophomore Melanie Obua talks to legislators …

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Federal Judge John Corbett O’Meara expects to rule in the next few days if he will grant a motion of preliminary injunction against Public Act 269. Cities, school boards, and other government entities that may put issues on the ballot oppose the new law, which bars local units of government from sharing factual information around ballot issues within 60 days of the election.

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On AAPS’ Professional Development Day Monday, 1200 professional teachers, principals, teaching assistants, nurses, and support staff chose among 62 sessions focused on learning and teaching which were located at six locations around the district. The sessions …

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