“Fair is foul and foul is fair” and nothing is as it seems. The victorious Macbeth chances upon three mysterious witches who offer an intriguing prophesy, tempting him with the promise of becoming King. Upon […]
High school students looking for a fun, resume-building experience this summer should check out Rec&Ed’s High School Volunteer Program.
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.
At first glance, the Eberwhite Mind Fair on March 20 looked like a science fair: the auditorium was full of posters and interactive displays. But on closer look, the topics strayed from your typical science-y […]
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 […]