- 3 questions for: Samir, Haisley kindergartener
- “This program changed my life.” AAPS Adult Education proves pivotal
- 3 questions for: Odette Petrini, AAPS Adult Education teacher and ESL program facilitator
- LaKeisha Drummer, third grade teacher at Carpenter Elementary
- Following son’s hospital stay, Haisley librarian begins book drive for Giving Library at Mott
Ann Arbor Board of Education
The video shows the Ann Arbor community’s concerns, priorities, pride and dreams for the Ann Arbor Public Schools.
Success isn’t the only reason why the Huron track will be renamed after him next spring. It’s the relationships he’s formed over the years.
District officials shared developments on enrollment and class sizes, transportation issues, and the superintendent’s entry plan.
At the district Retirement Celebration at Top of the Park Tuesday night, the message was clear: Thank you for a job well done.
The grand opening of the Big Lots on Lohr Road Friday morning featured balloons, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and a sizable donation to Lawton Elementary. “Before we open the doors, I’d like to take the opportunity …
By Tara Cavanaugh The Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education partnered with the Ann Arbor Public Schools Educational Foundation to create the first-ever celebration for all AAPS retirees at a Top of the Park …
Students are focused on poverty and homelessness in Washtenaw and achievement gap issues among high school students this year. Youth Senate is a school board-approved group, giving them a seat at the board table where they regularly report about their activities.
This official statement was issued on Dec. 15, 2010 by the AAPS Board of Education: “The Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education has adopted a resolution to proceed on tenure charges against two teachers in the district. This action permits the State of Michigan Teacher Tenure Commission to conduct an evidentiary hearing in accordance with legal guidelines before an employment decision is finalized.”
WITH VIDEO: As he prepares to leave the district this fall, Superintendent Todd Roberts encourages staff to continue a focus on strategic planning, improved student achievement and diversity and equity.
A professional search firm is being sought to assist The Ann Arbor Board of Education in the selection of a new superintendent. Bids are due on Sept. 10. The RFP timeline calls for selecting a firm Sept. 29 and hiring a new superintendent to start next spring.
The Ann Arbor Board of Education will meet tonight at the Balas Administration Building to continue discussion regarding the process to replace Superintendent Todd Roberts. The meeting is at 6:30 p.m.
WITH SLIDE SHOW: Memories of Green Adventures Camp, Workday Wednesdays and a garden workshop at Tappan garden, 5 incumbents file for board and more.
Five trustees will be elected to the Ann Arbor school board on Nov. 2. Sitting trustees offer their tips and experiences.
The roles and responsibilities of school board members will be discussed during an informational session on Wednesday, June 30 starting at 5:30 p.m.
Andrew Thomas was appointed to the Ann Arbor Board of Education on May 12 to replace Trustee Randy Friedman, who resigned his post last month. His term runs through the end of 2010.