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Forsythe’s adaptive physical education class, which pairs special needs students with general education “buddies,” sparks friendships and understanding between the two student populations.
Dr. Elaine Brown, assistant superintendent of Student Intervention & Support Services, with Margaret Yates from the Philoptochos Society. By Tara Cavanaugh Thanks to a grant from the Greek Women’s Philoptochos Society, autistic students will have access to iPads during the school day. The society gave …
Nine Pioneer High School athletes participated in the Summer Special Olympics held at Central Michigan University May 31 to June 2. The students took home eight gold, two silver and seven bronze medals.
A lack of snow didn't stop the Pioneer special education students from competing–and winning–at the Special Olympics Winter Games. Photo by Meaghan Glanville. Eight Pioneer special education students took home medals after attending the Michigan Special Olympics Winter Games in Traverse City last …
Pioneer Special Education students, joined by their general education peers, stretch after practicing for the Special Olympics. The students are competing in the snowshoe events at the Winter Games in Traverse City Feb. 7-10. By Tara Cavanaugh, AAPS News Service Next week, nine Pioneer High …
(UPDATE MAY 3: Millage is approved by voters.)
The Washtenaw Intermediate School District seeks renewal of a special education millage on Tuesday, May 3. The renewal is for seven years and would run from 2011-17. The millage renewal would generate $14 million countywide, of which $5.8 million would come to the Ann Arbor Public Schools.
The Washtenaw Intermediate School District will seek renewal next May of a .9850 mill for seven years to support special education services for students in 10 districts, including Ann Arbor.