Youth For Understanding USA (YFU), a global leader in nonprofit educational exchanges, recently presented Dean Marci Tuzinsky of Community High School with its inaugural Award for Education and Innovation at its annual fundraising gala in […]
Ray Reetz grew up in Sand Creek, which is just south of Adrian, and lives there today. The Central Michigan University graduate teaches at Scarlett Middle School, where he serves as the social studies curriculum […]
“You should be really proud about the significant enrollment increases, that’s the size of a middle school over two years, and we’re not seeing that elsewhere,” Plante and Moran’s Laura Claeys told the Board of Education.
Story and photos by Jo Mathis AAPS District News In the classroom of Burns Park Elementary teacher consultant Jen Barnes, all children of all abilities can take advantage of the latest technology to help them […]
Quinn Strassel received a B.F.A in Theatre Performance from the University of Michigan (2001), a post-bachelors teacher certification from Eastern Michigan University (2002), and a master’s in broadcast journalism from Boston University (2007). He began […]
Community Ensemble Theatre director Quinn Strassel and his students have accepted the challenge of staging an experimental play-of-many-plays, the award winning “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.” Their production of Chicago’s longest-running show […]
Story and photo by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Huron High School English/video production teacher Robert Fox hopes that readers of his new memoir “Love & Vodka” will finish the book inspired to step out of […]
Born just outside of Cleveland, Robyn Skodzinsky was raised in upstate and central New York. She moved to Ann Arbor in 1998 to serve as an AmeriCorps member for two years with SOS Community Services. […]