By Tara Cavanaugh The Mitchell Elementary School cafeteria was abuzz with excitement Wednesday night as students in dresses and suits eagerly pulled their families, some even accompanied by grandparents and cousins, to sit and […]
The Ann Arbor Adult Education program earned a $3,000 Incentive Award from the state Office of Adult Education. This increase to the program’s funding is being awarded based on students high post-test rates and EFL (Educational […]
Pioneer swim coach Dennis Hill was honored with a celebration of his career on Thursday night, comprising 1,000 wins and 31 state titles over 45 years. He sent out this thank-you today:
By Tara Cavanaugh At the Haisley Heritage Festival, you can feel like you’re a world away –– and right at home. The annual festival highlights students’ families and cultures with booths, foods and dances. It […]
The Ann Arbor Public Schools are looking for teachers to fill positions in elementary and secondary schools this fall. Interested applicants can stop by a teacher job fair meet and greet on Feb. 28 at […]
By Tara Cavanaugh Roberto Clemente High School English teacher Jonathan Royce’s debut children’s book, “Detective Dwayne Drake and the Alphabet Thief,” is a tale that kids and adults alike will enjoy. Especially the adults. “As […]
The Ann Arbor Public Schools Rec & Ed offers tuition preschools at Allen and Thurston Elementary. Students who are age four by 12/1/2013 are welcome.
By Tara Cavanaugh For Huron High School senior Lilia Popova, science is magnetic, drawing her in at every turn. A glimpse of the northern lights inspired her to study whether magnetic fields could influence plant […]