Skyline’s STEM Magnets, Health & Medicine Biomedical Sciences Magnet lead teacher Jeffrey Bradley and Engineering, Design & Environmental Planning Magnet lead teacher Thomas Pachera sent over 80 students to the 55th Annual March 8, 2013 Southeastern Science Fair. […]
Who needs Bill Nye the Science Guy? Northside Elementary School hosted their very own science guy, Dr. David Kupperman, at an all-school assembly on March 15th. Dr. Kupperman, a physicist and grandfather of 3rd grader Leo Kupperman […]
Bach School’s Knowledge Master Open Team placed second in Michigan, in the Knowledge Master Open held on March 20, 2013. Nationally, Bach placed 64th out of 185 total teams.
Ann Arbor Skyline students competed at the DECA Career State Conference held in Grand Rapids, MI on March 15-17. The following students received recognition on stage and were finalist in their respective events.
We are so proud of Slauson’s 30 determined, ingenious Science Olympians who took first place in the Region 9 Olympiad in Hillsdale on Saturday, March 16. This means they’re going to the State Olympiad in […]
The Community High Jazz combos “Supernova” and “A2 Blue” were selected as two of the five winning combos at the Western Michigan University Jazz Invitational on Saturday. Supernova took the top spot of the entire […]
Every year, Haisley fifth graders dissect squid. It’s a way to get them interested in life science, said teacher Jim Weindorf. The students, lead by pharamacologist and toxicologist Dr. Alan Brown, learned how to cut […]
By Tara Cavanaugh Calling all green thumbs! If you’re a volunteer at one of the school gardens, or you’d like to start one, the School Garden Workshop has assembled some networking and resource opportunities for […]
Sunshine Review is a non-profit organization that assesses state and local government transparency, evaluating the content of every state website and more than 60,000 local government websites. The AAPS website, a2schools.org, has won yet another […]