- Continue the Conversation: Parents says administrators not only listen, but act on new information
- Chemistry students raise $528 for Alpha House
- Voters to decide on district enhancements May 5
- Taxpayers expected to save up to $3 million through refinancing of district bonds
- Superintendent Jeanice Swift: Trustees govern the district; work together to make the best decisions they can for students
The district consults with the Washtenaw County Sheriff, the WISD Transportation Department, and the City of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County road departments. Road conditions, the timing of the road clearing schedule, the conditions of school drives and sidewalks, and the weather forecast are all considered.
The AAPS News is thrilled to announce that the district and AAPS News Editor Tara Cavanaugh have received four awards from the Michigan School Public Relations Association’s annual Communications Contest.
Have you noticed that the AAPS News looks a little different? This summer AAPS News Editor Tara Cavanaugh is upgrading the site to better feature the wide variety of multimedia content — videos, photos, slideshows and stories. Please “pardon our dust” as Tara puts …
In the Ann Arbor Public Schools, we’re known for going the extra mile for our students. Case in point: Today a group of ten AAPS teachers and administrators are going all the way to Singapore to learn about successful STEM education strategies.
The community is invited to attend the interviews and a forum with each candidate. The candidates will each start their forum with a brief introduction and there will be a Q & A for the attendees.
After two days of interviews, the Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education announced two finalists in the search for the next AAPS Superintendent.
Thanks to the generosity of IMRA America Inc., a beloved treasure of the Ann Arbor Public Schools will be in use for current and future generations of students and families.
Interviews are open to the public but not for public participation.
As you go up the stairs to see the exhibit, what you’ll likely notice first is a huge, 10-foot tall tree.The decoupaged tree is a three-school project, showing art from Bryant Elementary second graders, King Elementary fourth graders, and Pattengill fourth graders.
At the district Retirement Celebration at Top of the Park Tuesday night, the message was clear: Thank you for a job well done.
The credit union celebrated a new location by donating $5,000 to the Ann Arbor Public Schools Educational Foundation on June 13.
Dozens of young kids could be seen sprinting over tires, jumping over walls and crawling under nets in a challenging half-mile obstacle course at Scarlett Middle School’s field one summer morning. And they were having the time of their lives.
Congratulations to all of the graduates in the Ann Arbor Public Schools Class of 2013! The slideshow includes photos of the five graduation ceremonies that took place June 3-10, 2013.
Tahani Othman’s fifth grade class gave a $525 check to Meals on Wheels Director Beth Adams Tuesday afternoon. The donation was the result of a two-month long economics lesson that taught basic economics principles, which the students summarized in essays and shared with Adams on June 11.
Skyline High School graduated the Class of 2013 in a commencement ceremony at the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center on June 10, 2013.