By Tara Cavanaugh At Dicken Elementary’s Community of Cultures event on Friday, it was clear that dance is an international language spoken around the world. From Ireland to Indonesia, Dicken students showed off the dances, […]
We’re saddened to announce that Ann Arbor Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Patricia Green is retiring, effective at the end of this fiscal year, which ends June 30. Dr. Green sent out this letter to staff […]
High school students looking for a fun, resume-building experience this summer should check out Rec&Ed’s High School Volunteer Program.
Hundreds of colleges and organizations gathered in the Pioneer High School cafeteria for the school’s 28th annual College and Career Fair. The event attracts over 1,000 high school students, said Joyce Williams, one of the […]
By Tara Cavanaugh An Northside third grader is crashing to the ground in a melodramatic fashion, splintering her voice like a lightning bolt. And she’s not going to get in trouble. Just the opposite: she’ll […]
Eating a healthy breakfast is important –– and it’s pretty easy, too! Logan Elementary teacher Emily Fairless led her third grade class in an interactive lesson that they won’t soon forget. The students learned about […]
Rep. Adam Zemke reads to a class of first and second graders at Ann Arbor Open on March 22 as part of their celebration of Reading Month.
By Tara Cavanaugh Stevie Wonder. Lily Tomlin. Tom Brady. Did you know these people are all from Michigan? Famous Michiganders were the feature of a wax museum project courtesy of Kristal Verlee’s fourth grade class […]
The Festifools parade today was lead by Clague eighth graders working together in a wonderful artistic collaboration. Clague’s choir and drumming teacher Dianna Hochella and Clague art teacher Kay Pentzienjoined joined forces this past quarter with two […]