When Skyline students Allison Lang and Talia Dessel began their internship with Pittsfield Township March 19, they probably didn’t guess that their work would play a small role in international relations.
This spring, a large group of choir students from three Ann Arbor high schools will join with the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Carl Orff’s monumental cantata Carmina Burana. Members of the A […]
Now in their 22nd year, the Tappan Players announce the 2012 performance of award-winning musical Little Shop of Horrors by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken. Under the direction of Alex Mendiola and Kathy Kauffmann, the […]
By Tara Cavanaugh When you think about using technology in the classroom, you might think of students tinkering with science, math or engineering projects. But King Elementary fifth grade teacher Karen Haddas is using […]
That’s right: We’re having another giveaway for the AAPS social media fans and followers. The winner will be announced next week.
–By Tara Cavanaugh Bach Elementary students learned what gives comics their zip, boom and pow during a mini-lesson in the art of comic strip making yesterday. Local graphic novel author and artist Jerzy Drozd taught […]
By Tara Cavanaugh The U.S. Navy Band, widely considered one of the best in the world, honored Pioneer High School with a free two-hour performance to a full house on Saturday, March 10.
By Tara Cavanaugh Twice a week, third and fourth grade classrooms at AAPS elementary schools make a transformation that changes everything: no English is allowed. Only Spanish. The transformation is part of an educational partnership […]
By Tara Cavanaugh A big check always brings big smiles, doesn’t it? When MEEMIC, an insurance company for educational employees, donated a $1,000 check to Patricia Jenkins’ media and policy class Friday, March 2, the […]