- Volunteers from the community help AAPS students participate in the Hour of Code
- Ann Arbor Open teacher Chad Downs wins $25,000 national Milken Educator Award
- Haisley teachers’ supportive friendship models the importance of relationships for their students
- Profile: Before heading to Holy Cross, Pioneer’s Lowder has a few things to cross off his to-do list
- Lawton students applaud longtime volunteer on her 90th birthday
AAPS makes plans to adopt new USDA ‘Smart Snacks’ standards.
One way to get kids excited about eating their vegetables? Give them a blender.
Courtney Boes, a health educator with Project Healthy Schools, shows students how much sugar is in their favorite beverages. By Tara Cavanaugh Middle school students are starting to make their own food decisions, so it’s …
By Tara Cavanaugh Chartwells sent chefs into AAPS high schools last week to show students that healthy eating can be anything but bland. At Pioneer, Kim Sinclair and head cook Allison Kiersey (shown in the …
Seventh-graders harvested produce last week that was cleaned and served in the district’s middle school cafeterias. The pilot project is the first of its kind in Ann Arbor and may be repeated in the fall.
WITH VIDEO: Pre-cooked chicken dinners as well as fresh produce were given to Ann Arbor preschool families during the monthly Farmers Market
Tappan School’s Agrarian Garden and expanded healthy cafeteria offerings receive attention this month as a national conference visits the school. “Farm Fresh Days” is expanded to three days at Tappan.