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“They’ve got everything from under sea to outer space to career explorations. There are probably 10 to 15 career explorations that they can take the kids on as well as sites all over the world. It’s incredibly immersive,” says Instructional technology teacher Peter Pasque.

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  Listen to Leslie Landrum, pictured above in her classroom, introduce herself in French: http://news.a2schools.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Leslie.m4a Leslie Landrum earned bachelor degrees in interior architecture and French at Michigan State University, and studied at the University of …

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“When I see kindergarten class sizes, and we have 81 percent under 23 students in the class, that’s spectacular, it’s really spectacular in today’s day and environment and the cost pressures, that we are consistently under. I think it truly reflects Ann Arbor’s priority in the best student experience,” says School Board Member Donna Lasinski.

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Lifeguards needed at AAPS middle schools

December 21, 2015 // 0 Comments

Lifeguards are needed at AAPS middle schools, at an hourly rate of $13. Lifeguards will be responsible for the safety and well being of middle school swimmers under assigned supervision. For more information, click here. …

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By Jo Mathis AAPS District News You wouldn’t know it by looking there now, but Thurston Elementary School students have helped plant a new native short-grass prairie in the northeast corner of the Thurston playground. …

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Hour of Code: [slideshow_deploy id=’14150′] Rosa Wu (Huron High School class of ’13) helps Huron freshmen learn to program during Hour of Code Wednesday. Story and photos by Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor Rosa …

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