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AAPS Celebrates NAAPID

February 12, 2014 // 0 Comments

When it comes to a child’s educational success, parent involvement is critical — that’s the message of a daylong celebration called NAAPID.

NAAPID at Night was held  on March 12, 2013, 5:30-8:30p at Lincoln High School.  Poster contest winners were Maya Sudharsan, Kindergarten, Eberwhite, Blake Paul-McDonald, 2nd grade, Bryant, Amelia Holl, 4th grade, Eberwhite, and Sierra Dailey, 5th grade, Eberwhite. Student performers were DaVonn Harding, Clemente, performing …

There was a snow day on Feb. 11 this year, which was the day most schools had planned their National African American Parent Involvement Day activities. School have rescheduled their NAAPID celebrations since then. One of Lakewood Elementary’s NAAPID activities was to read “Each Kindness,” …

NAAPID founder Joe Dulin with Carpenter Elementary Principal Charles Davis, Jr. By Tara Cavanaugh  Joe Dulin thinks that parents are among a school’s most important assets, and he’s put that idea into action. The retired Ann Arbor educator, who was the principal of Roberto Clemente …

Calvin Ross and Kenneth Mitchell of the French Dukes Drill team on Feb. 12 at Pioneer High School.  By Tara Cavanaugh The French Dukes drill team, which won dozens of national and state-level championships after its inception in the sixties, visited the school where it …

Daniel Varner, a State School Board member, shakes hands with a Slauson parent after discussing the achievement gap on National African American Parent Involvement Day Feb. 13. By Tara Cavanaugh Daniel Varner, a member of the State School Board and executive director of Excellent Schools …

WITH VIDEO: Clague Middle School event involves 60 students in a multi-media production, Bryant Early Elementary School sings about peace and Dicken Elementary students learn about jazz music and history with an assembly by Vincent York & Jazzistry. Many other schools around the district host MLK Day activities.