- Pittsfield students march, sing in school’s annual parade honoring MLK, Jr.
- AAPS Board of Education swears in new Trustees, elects officers
- AAPS now accepting applications for AAPS college scholarships
- FutureStars 2019 promises to feature outstanding talent; see highlights from a preliminary show dress rehearsal
- Monica Brennan, Angell Elementary second grade teacher
“Today you are officially a published author!” proclaimed English teacher Sal Barrientes to a room full of seventh graders on June 3. That day, the book “I Could Only Look Up: Anatomy of a Middle School” was unveiled by the staff at 826michigan, who accompanied students on every step of their publishing journey.
The Most Boring Workshop in the World Taught by Anna Sheaffer Ages: 10-12, 15 students Thursday, February 14, 6-7:30pm (one session) Do you like to watch mold grow? Is clipping your toenails your idea of …
Taught by Will Purves Ages: 16-18, 10 students Wednesday, February 13, 6-8 p.m. (one session) Chocolately goodness and the inside scoop on the Michigan Merit Exam! Two hours of material, sample sections, and study strategies. …
The students’ written predictions and reflections have been collected in the book “2020: Visions of the (Near) Future” published by 826michigan. It is the result of a yearlong residency with the local writing, publishing and tutoring nonprofit’s staff and volunteers.
WITH SLIDE SHOW: A series of briefs from around the Ann Arbor Public Schools and area including: Community High class runs through Hell, Huron students earn music honors, among others.
Historically black college tour info meetings this week, student builder’s pancake dinner Nov. 30, free Michigan Pops concert for students Nov. 21, 1-act play festival involves student playwrights.
826michigan, a local nonprofit that focuses on writing and literacy, has chosen the Roberto Clemente Center as its major project for this year. A book of students’ fictional accounts of the Civil War will be developed this year and published in the spring.