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One of the clear initiatives that came out of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Listen and Learn tour is the desire by parents, students and staff for enhanced World Language offerings starting in elementary school through 12th grade. This desire fits very well with the …

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The Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor presented their annual awards to AAPS students at a breakfast on Tuesday, May 27, 2014.   These scholarships are awarded each year to honor four past members of the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor: Ralph Hunter, Ashley H. Clague, …

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After 19 years of dedicated service to the Ann Arbor Public Schools as principal of Huron High School, Dr. Arthur Williams is retiring. His outstanding leadership and commitment to Huron High School students and staff and to the Ann Arbor community will be missed. Under …

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Wednesday, May 28, 2014 May is an important time in Ann Arbor Public Schools as we strive to finish this year, set the table for a successful ’14-’15 school year, and complete the necessary work to balance our budget and bring the organization to a …

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The Community High Superbad Jazz Combo with Wynton Marsalis A feast for music lovers will be presented on Thursday, May 29, 7:30pm at Hill Auditorium to celebrate the Centennial of the All-City Bands with a concert by high school bands from across the Ann Arbor …

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Thurston Nature Center capped off a week of Earth Day celebrations by naming the trail that connects the Nature Center with Thurston Elementary School after long time supporters Mike and Madelaine Conboy.   Mike and Madelaine Conboy with their Thurston Nature Center Trail Dedication For …

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Logan student Hannah Hu and her “Doodle4Google” design with Google Staff Logan Elementary student, Hannah Hu, had quite a surprise earlier this week when Google announced she is the Michigan winner in a nationwide contest for K-12th grade students to design a “Doodle4Google” using the …

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Mitchell Principal Kevin Karr at the 20-mile mark of the Boston Marathon   Mitchell Elementary School and the entire Ann Arbor Public School community are so proud of our own Kevin Karr, who completed his first Boston Marathon this past Monday! Mitchell students and teachers …

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Pattengill Teacher Paula D’Addona, Bryant Principal Roberta Heyward, State Superintendent Mike Flanagan, Pattengill Principal Melita Alston Pattengill Elementary School was honored on Monday, April 21, with a visit from the State Superintendent Mike Flanagan. The visit was arranged by Pattengill’s teacher, Paula D’Addona. Superintendent Flanagan …

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Ann Arbor Public Schools Next Steps – District Student Assessments  Last fall, the Ann Arbor Public Schools experienced technical issues with administration of the NWEA/MAP student assessment. As a result, Ann Arbor Public Schools did not participate in winter assessments except for a very few …

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Innovation is the key to growth.  Innovation is also the key to solving big challenges, whether it’s the economy, healthcare, or education.  Innovation is how you survive and thrive in the marketplace.  Innovation is how you get a little better, each day, whether you’re adopting …

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