Adrian Public Schools in Adrian, Michigan. Go Maples!
Adrian Public Schools is a district where students, parents, educators and our community collaborate in providing a dynamic, relevant, and rigorous global curriculum in a safe environment that fosters imagination, problem-solving, and innovation to create a better world...one child at a time.
Mission: The mission of Adrian Public Schools is to provide, in partnership with parents and our community, quality educational opportunities that challenge students to excel academically and socially to become contributing citizens.
APS Prides itself in our Arts Programs K-12 and Arts for All. Students, Parents, and Arts Teachers we are looking for your input so we can start a planning process next year to make our programs even better. This survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete. Thank you!!!
Families needed to host international students at Adrian High School, please contact Danielle Horner today at 419-351-5006 if you would be interested in having a teenage son or daughter live in your home for 9 months and attend Adrian high school. Students get very involved in the school and community and are fully insured and have their own spending money.
103.9, WLEN is pleased to announce the winners in the 6th annual WLEN PSA contest. This year’s theme was “How do you envision a world of kindness that would: reduce suicide, reduce drug use or reduce bullying.” Students in classes, groups and organizations all across Lenawee County were challenged to create public service announcements in audio or video around this theme. The entries were judged on line by the entire community. The contest was open to Lenawee students aged 12 to 20. In 1st Place and receiving a $1,000 scholarship from Lenawee Community Mental Health Authority was Mariah McKinney; Adrian Public Schools. The winner’s PSAs will be airing on 103.9, WLEN and wlen.com for the remainder of 2019. This project was undertaken to bring awareness to issues affecting our youth in school and in our community, and was generously supported in by the Lenawee Community Mental Health Authority and TLC Community Credit Union. Way to go Mariah!!!
Suzanne Miller, Assistant Vice President - Marketing at TLC Community Credit Union
Kay Ross, Customer Service Specialist at Lenawee Community Mental Health Authority
Mariah McKinney, 1st place winner; Adrian Public Schools
Kathy Williams, Senior Marketing Specialist at WLEN
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Maple Pride's cover photo
Congratulations Class of 2019!!!
There are still lots of baked goods, prize baskets, and loads of pancakes still available at the No One Walks Alone fundraiser at Prairie Elementary. This fundraiser supports all Prairie families. Shoot on over and support your fellow Maples. Thank you to Mr. Hall and Mrs. Yatzek for putting on such a fantastic event. Go Maples!
[05/31/19] Attention Maple families, friends, and supporters. This Sunday's graduation will be streamed live here on the Maple Pride page, starting at 2 p.m. Go, Maples!
Packed house tonight for Springbrook’s Honors Night Program
Packed house for the Springbrook Middle School Honors Night Program.
[05/30/19] Due to a building issue, the Boys and Girls Club will be closed Thursday and Friday.
Students from the Springbrook History of the Holocaust course took at trip to the Holocaust Center in the Detroit area. Students had the honor to listen to survivor, Jack Gun as he told his story about his experience during the Holocaust. The 89 students that went appreciated Mr. Gun and were grateful for him sharing his heartfelt memories and horrific experiences.
Thank you Adrian Rotary and other community organizations and community members for helping build literacy skills of our students at Michener Elementary as part of the Fluency Friends Program.
Continuing with this week's highlight of the generous giving of KKE. The Adrian High School Art Department was awarded $4,000. The grant will be used to supplement materials beyond everyday items and to obtain higher quality materials for advanced studio students. The donation will also help provide much-needed items such as mat board, paint brushes, outdoor sculpture materials, jewelry supplies, metals, wire, wood, etc.
This support will continue to help foster the goal of ensuring APS students have a foundation and experience in the creative process allowing them to explore, reflect, and observe the culture and history of the art world. Once again, thank you, Kappa Kappa Epsilon.
Download The Weather Bug App and use the new AHS weather station and weather camera for up to date weather information and forecasts.
Lila and Landin were Superintendent’s for the Day today and got to see many aspects of the district including old yearbooks of family members.
After careful consideration of the current conditions of Maple Stadium, the future forecast, and the need to ensure the proper decorum for a graduation ceremony, the decision has been made to move the graduation ceremonies inside the Adrian High School Gym.
Graduation time and date will not change - It remains Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 2:00 pm.
IMPORTANT - There is a change in graduation rehearsal. Rehearsal will take place FRIDAY at 10:00am.
Caps and gowns will be distributed after the rehearsal. Each student will receive 8 tickets Sunday’s ceremony at that time.
Tune in to WLEN tomorrow at 7:40 to hear Mr. Hall, Mrs. Yatzek, Kaylee B. and Kacey H. talk about and promote our “At Prairie No One Fights Alone” Pancake Breakfast and Walk! They are going live to talk about all the great things that will be happening on June 1st. Listen in tomorrow and we hope to see you Saturday!
As we continue to provide students of Adrian Public Schools with a 21st-century education, we want to highlight those community organizations that stand with us and believe in our mission and choose to partner in support of APS students.
This week we will highlight the work of the Kappa Kappa Epsilon(KKE) sorority for their generous donations to a variety of Adrian Public School departments. The first APS beneficiary we will highlight is the Springbrook Middle School Choir, led by Barb Schenck. KKE donated $5,000 to be used in the purchase of new choir uniforms for students to wear for concerts and festivals. This will allow our state awarded choirs to look as fantastic as they sound. Thank you, KKE!
Amazing night highlighting amazing partnership for the APS/YMCA youth recreation swim program thanks to the MIS Cares grant.
Prairie Elementary would like to welcome our new principal Mr. Carl Lewandowski (Mr. Lew). We are excited for him to join our Prairie team. This week he has made a great impact on our students and Prairie and we are looking forward to the 2019-2020 school year. Mrs. Henline will continue to help support Mr. Lew with the transition at Prairie for the rest of the school year. Mr. Perez will continue to support Mrs. Henline at Alexander Elementary School through this transition.
Strength and Conditioning Hours for this summer for all High School and incoming Freshmen student athletes.
[05/23/19] June 11th is the last day of school for all school buildings. This will be a half day. All snow days, delays, and the Prairie power outage have been forgiven from MDE and we are allowed to move forward with our original scheduled calendar for the remainder of the year.
Tonight in the high school cafeteria from 5:30-6:30 p.m. 10th-grade students will be showcasing their personal projects. Come and support their creativity, hard work, individuality, and their Maple Pride as they step forward to showcase their talents.
In rememberance of AJ Marry, former APS teacher and coach that went to Tecumseh in 2015 as a Teacher and Coach, the APS Boys Golf Team wore Tecumseh Hoodies to honor the former Maple and in support of the Tecumseh Team and community. Go Maples. Go Indians. RIP Mr. Marry
Today’s team from APS supporting Strokes for Students for community based scholarships.
State Rep. Bronna Kahle, stopped by Adrian High School this morning to present senior Jacob Harvey, with a signed tribute from Governor Whitmer. The special tribute which was also signed by the Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II, and State Sen. Dale Zorn, congratulated Jacob on his hard work as a student-athlete and winning the 2019 Division 2 Boys State Bowling title. Congratulations, Jacob. Go Maples!
Maple Pride on full display this morning. Great job, Maple family!
What a fantastic turnout and event this morning. Our elementary school run clubs teamed up with the E-Race Stigma 5k, and we had 90 kids participate in today’s race. I want to thank all of our Adrian Public School staff members who have helped coach our kids these past seven weeks in preparation for today’s event. You all have gone above and beyond, and this could not have happened without you. So please accept my sincerest thank you, for all of your hard work and leadership.
Director of Community Recreation
Adrian Public Schools
Please join Prairie Elementary School in Prairie's NO ONE Fights Alone Pancake Breakfast and WALK.
Mr. Ford’s 9th grade English Honors class is enjoying personal reading time outside on the beautiful high school courtyard. Just another little perk of being a Maple.
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High stakes testing and high stakes teacher evaluations mandated by MDE can take a back seat to this student’s thoughts of an APS staff member #sumsitup
Dedicated Art and Music classrooms. APS Prides itself on ensuring our students have the best teachers, programs, and facilities for our students. No Art or Music on a "Cart" here. No classrooms in Portables. Become a MAPLE today!!!
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Adrian High School Dual Enrollment Fast Facts!!!
-32 students taking college courses this semester
-53 different classes taken
-4 different Colleges or Universities
-164 credits total earned
Tuition cost to parents in most cases = $0.00
Call the AHS Counseling Office today for more info - 517-266-4532 and become a Maple!!!
Band-O-Rama is taking place tonight at 7 p.m. in the Adrian High School gymnasium. Middle school band members will join the high school marching band in performing pieces they have been working on this year. Also, 8th-grade band members who have pledged to attend band camp this summer will be gifted and welcomed into the AHS Marching Band family with these drawstring backpacks. The event is free, and all are encouraged to attend tonight's performance. Go Maples!
Amazing board meeting to recognize all our retirees across the district ranging from 17 to 34 years of valued experience!!!! Thank you all for your service to our students and district.
Fast Facts about First Student, our APS transportation provider:
-2144 students are transported each day - Over 2/3s of the student population
-1184 bus stops
-1570 miles driven by buses each day to complete all our routes.
-23 on routes
Pictured is one of our Head Start Routes. Did you know what APS serves all of Lenawee County for Head Start Services?
Come hear about school finance and what funds are needed to educate a child Tuesday at the Tech Center.
Amazing performance by students from Lincoln Elementary Culture Club students. Bravo to students, staff, and PTO!!!
Thanks for the APS Educational Foundation for the grant to support today’s performance.
Key Club induction ceremony. Thank you to this year’s officers for your service and congratulations to next year’s officers on your positions.
Artwork designed and created by Mr. Steve Gonzalez is now part of the Adrian High School Cafeteria. Thanks for the awesome message, Mr. G!!!
Head Start employees participated in Wellness Events such as yoga, cooking classes, healthy living choices, and relaxation techniques today.
This School was under construction in September of 1953 and is still standing renamed the Piotter Center.Looking back through history there were some really great people educated there and went on to colleges to further their life skills.We
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The mission of Adrian Public Schools is to provide, in partnership with parents and our community, quality educational opportunities that challenge students to excel academically and socially to become contributing citizens.
JC/LISD Academy is a public middle college program for Lenawee County students, located on the campuses of LISD TECH Center and Jackson College.
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