- Alivia Maus, Dicken Elementary first grade teacher
- Ritchie Coleman retires as Pittsfield Township’s longtime liaison to AAPS; described as ‘servant to all’
- Pioneer Symphony Orchestra to hold preview concert Dec. 13 prior to attending prestigious Midwest Clinic
- Skyline Anti-Bullying Club offers supportive atmosphere for students
- Burns Park students get a taste for keeping cool under pressure in “Chopped Assembly”
Teens from Skyline High School’s health and medicine magnet class, taught by Mr. Jeffrey Bradley, decided to help raise money to fight childhood obesity. To make this happen, Mr. Bradley’s class teamed up with Champions For Charity to host a 5K in which all the …
By Tara Cavanaugh One step into the Google office in downtown Ann Arbor, and you can tell that this isn’t your typical company. A well-stocked kitchen with on-demand chefs can whip up nearly any meal or snack. Brightly colored, Michigan-themed rooms are stocked with comfortable …
On Saturday March 24 at Chelsea High School several Skyline students earned superior or excellent ratings in the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Associate State Solo and Ensemble Festival.
Ann Arbor bird expert Dea Armstrong checks out a nest with a Skyline student. By Tara Cavanaugh On an unseasonably warm day last month, as the sun beamed from a cloudless sky, eight Skyline students trekked to the ponds outside their school. Their goal …
Skyline CMPP teacher Pat Jenkins and MEEMIC representative Stuart Gordon show off the $1,000 donation. Behind them are the Skyline seniors who are the first to complete the 3-year Communications, Media and Public Policy magnet. By Tara Cavanaugh A big check always brings big smiles, …
Photo by Lon Horwedel for annarbor.com via flickr. It’s that time of the year again: time for Orchestra Night, which showcases the talent of more than 800 students in the middle school and high school orchestras at the University of Michigan Hill Auditorium.
The dodgeball tournament is a creative fundraiser for Skyline's rowing team. For more photos, see slideshow below. By Tara Cavanaugh, AAPS News Service If the second annual dodgeball tournament could be summed in one word, it would have to be this: Duck!
By Tara Cavanaugh, AAPS News Service More than 200 high school students sang at an “A Cappella-palooza,” held at Skyline High School on Tuesday, Jan. 17. The students were part of 14 a cappella groups from the three high schools.
Last year's dodgeball tournament drew hundreds of participants and raised roughly $2,500 for the Skyline High School rowing team. Photo provided by Karen Yamada. Dodgeball lovers unite! The Skyline rowing team’s dodgeball tournament returns this year on Saturday, Jan. 21.
Coyotes were a featured presentation during the school’s first Conference on Evolution of Michigan Wildlife, a project of the ninth-grade ACIS I Biology classes.
A series of briefs from around the district, including: WAY Washtenaw meeting June 14, Kiwanians give scholarships, One Million Reasons foundation fundraiser under way, Carpenter Girl Scouts donate to C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and more.
Skyline High School has received national certification for its Project Lead The Way program that it has offered since 2010. “Rather than sit passively by and listen to a lecture – kids are building, developing and creating,” said teacher Tom Pachera. “It’s the kind of hands-on experience that will engage more students in science, technology, engineering and math.”
A series of news briefs from around the Ann Arbor Public Schools including: Online safety panel scheduled June 6, two honored for excellence, Clemente students lauded, Skyline students place in Special Olympics, WAY Washtenaw Information Night June 14 and more.
Project Healthy Schools, a U-M Health System initiative that started at Clague Middle School four years ago, is now in all Ann Arbor middle schools and has brought a culture of health to sixth-graders. Students in Skyline’s Health & Medicine Magnet host a walk/run on Saturday, May 21 to benefit the program.
Malaika Worsham is one of 10 students from around the country selected by the Points of Light Institute for a program to encourage volunteering among youth. Volunteering “shows you how different people live. It also brings joy to your life,” she says.