- Pioneer Science Olympiad impresses at nationals with fifth place finish
- Students, staff & parents clap-out Bach fifth graders on last day of school
- Inspired by a book, Lawton fifth graders raise $1303 for Water for South Sudan
- Pittsfield students raise money for ChadTough Foundation; Michigan QB Dylan McCaffrey lends support
- 3 questions for: Kaye Hoffmeyer, RE acceptance to Oakland University’s musical theatre program
The annual Spring Seedling Planting on April 13 involved more then 400 students and a dozen volunteers and kicked off the growing season at the Tappan Agrarian Garden.
A series of briefs from around the district including: Budget information sessions next week, community volunteers sought for Tappan seed planting day April 13; Early College Alliance information night is April 12; and interviews scheduled for two WISD superintendent finalists.
It is a small world, indeed, for Ann Arbor physician Dr. Eric Straka. He was pleased to hear the news about newly selected superintendent Dr. Patricia Green, as he was a sixth-grade student of Green’s in Maryland – and she was his favorite teacher.
This middle school Language Arts teacher has earned both state and national honors for her law unit that gives students a peek into the legal system and the importance of the U.S. Constitution.
Event will honor or benefit three members of the Bryant/Pattengill school community: Deb Horn, wife of Pattengill teacher Doug Horn; Sofia Robinson, a Tappan Middle School sixth-grader; and Frank Porta, husband of Dori Porta, a teacher clerk at Bryant.
WITH SLIDE SHOWS: The garden’s a delight for students as well as teachers at Tappan Middle School. The Tappan Agrarian Garden serves as a teaching tool and has spawned an after-school club for students. And interest is growing.
A series of briefs from around the Ann Arbor Public Schools community: Permanent appointments at Tappan, summer projects finish on time, send us your newsletter ideas.
WITH SLIDE SHOW AND VIDEO: World issues come to the fore at Tappan Middle School, where students who have enough in their lives help those who do not. Clague students have also joined the cause.
WITH VIDEO: Sixth-graders use their experience with a classic novel to create a mock murder trial scene. Teacher Wendy Raymond is honored for her work with legal education.
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.
Ann Arbor students who take part in the Ann Arbor Academic Games head to the national Academic Games Leagues of America Tournament this week.
The Ann Arbor Board of Education is scheduled to hear a report Wednesday, Feb. 17 from school administrators, wrapping up information gleaned from recent community budget meetings. The meetings, held in January around the district, …
Thirty members of the newly formed Tappan Law Club participated in mock trials last month at the Washtenaw County courthouse.
A series of news briefs and accomplishments about and for the Ann Arbor Public Schools community.
University of Michigan senior offensive lineman David Moosman visited sixth-graders at Tappan Middle School earlier this month to share his love of writing.