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By Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor Twenty Huron High School students are now published authors upon the release of their anthology of bedtime stories titled, “A Lantern of Fireflies: An Illustrated Treasury of Tales …

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School Board approves 2015-16 budget

June 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

“We’re expecting more students, we’re expecting to hire more teachers. We think if we’re able to continue to grow in that way we’ll actually be in a better financial position and that’s the environment where we’ll be allowed to do something more for our staff,” says School Board Vice- President Christine Stead.

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The Pioneer High School Boys Varsity Baseball team has the highest GPA in Division 1 and the highest GPA of any baseball program in the state. See the results here: 2015 Team Academic All-State-3 Jerry Holley …

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An impressive class of graduates leaves Ann Arbor Public Schools five high schools in 2015. 1,306 diplomas were awarded over the last two weeks at commencement ceremonies for Pathways to Success Academic Campus, Community High School, Huron High School, Pioneer High School and Skyline High School.

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“It is inevitable in life to have distractions and hardships, but we will move past them. We will look down on the storms and know we can conquer them. As eagles, we will continue to dream big and press towards the mark, to reach the goal as shown in our prosperous sports and test scores,” says Skyline graduate Nia Willis.

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Left to right: Rob Casalou, Class of 2016 wellness champions, and Jeff Bradley. As the only student-led comprehensive high school wellness initiative in the area, Skyline High School’s SkyWell is forging some new territory when …

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Ben Graham in his office at Skyline High School. Photo by Jo Mathis. Ben Graham was born and raised in Ann Arbor, and attended Burns Park and Slauson before graduating in 1994 from Pioneer High …

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Huron Music Department receives rare honor

June 5, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Huron Symphony Orchestra under the directory of Timothy Krohn will perform at next year’s Michigan Music Conference. The Huron High School Music Department recently received some great news from state music organizations. MSBOA (The …

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“Your adjustment to the unexpected and uncontrolled defines your life. It can bring great joys never contemplated. When life puts a roadblock in your path, paint it your favorite color, build a hang glider out of it and soar into a new future,” Pioneer English teacher Shawn Ashley tells the class of 2015.

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Story and photos by Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor Eastern Michigan University’s Convocation Center was the setting for Huron High School’s 47th commencement, an inspiring two-hour ceremony that honored each graduating River Rat setting …

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David Zinn, at his mural. Photos by Jo Mathis   By Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor David Zinn bought his Fifth Street house across from Bach Elementary 20 years ago partly because of the …

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