The University of Michigan Edward Ginsberg Center Community Service and Learning promotes community service. In the spirit of that goal the center sent volunteers to read to Abbot students during March Reading Month. […]
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.
“Teachers Go Bananas” at Bryant Elementary is a favorite yearly treat. Teachers dress up as their favorite book characters and then during “Banana Time” rush to another classroom to share their story. “Banana Time” happens […]
Bach Elementary School’s Family Reading Night on March 22 drew hundreds of students and their families for some good old-fashioned story time. The kids (and many of their teachers and parents) cuddled up in their […]
March is Reading Month, and Burns Park students are celebrating by “reading to feed.” The students will take pledges and participate in a fundraiser for Heifer International, which supplies families in third-world countries with livestock […]
By Tara Cavanaugh Congressman John Dingell has his hands full with representing our state in the U.S. House of Representatives. But he still makes time to reach out to citizens –– even the ones who […]
Swinging hula dancers, a reading dog, and live storytelling from world-famous authors: our schools sure know how to make March Reading Month interesting. But even though the month was filled with fun activities, there was […]
A Northside Elementary class celebrated March Reading Month with a special guest today: Dr. Patricia Green, AAPS Superintendent. Dr. Green read “How Big Is the World?” by Britta Teckentrup to Janice Smith’s kindergarteners, who just […]