- Students cherish new friends, books & knowledge gained at middle school ELA and Math/PLTW camps
- Preschoolers meet community helpers; hop aboard a fire truck and police car
- 30 seconds with: The Summer ESL Academy’s ‘road trip’ for icy treats
- Board of Education places 20-year, $1 billion bond proposal on November ballot
- Newly retired teacher expands fund to help children who can’t afford music camp
A student-run program designed to resolve conflict among peers has expanded in Ann Arbor. Peers Making Peace was first adopted at Pioneer High School and has now moved into Skyline, Stone and Clemente high schools as well as Slauson Middle School. “I think it’s a terrific program,” said Slauson Principal Chris Curtis. “I’m very supportive of it. It empowers the students.”
Forty four Ann Arbor students have been selected to participate in a state-level junior high/middle school honors choir this month in Grand Rapids.