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AAPS Board Approves Mitchell Bids

Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education regular meeting (April 13, 2016): Forsythe Middle School, 1655 Newport Rd

The board is holding an executive session at 5:30 PM, citing attorney/client privilege.

During the regular meeting, beginning at 7:00 PM, the trustees will hear first briefings on three bid packs for the Mitchell Elementary expansion project.

Bid Pack 1 for the concrete flatwork and footing/foundations is expected to cost $91,006. Bid Pack 2, which includes glass/glazing, metal siding/lockers, and roofing, will cost $434,740. The mechanical and electrical work, which is included in Bid Pack 3, will cost $550,700.

The trustees will also hear the monthly budget monitoring report.


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Gun Concerns Propel AAPS to Cancel School on Election Day 5/3

AAPS Board of Education Study Session (March 30, 2016): Forsythe Middle School, 1655 Newport Road

After a cancelled regular meeting earlier this month, the AAPS Board of Education (BOE) holds a study session. Tonight’s study session focuses on bond planning and the special education millage.

Study sessions allow the trustees to explore a topic more in depth than is usually allowed for at a regular meeting. There will be no voting at tonight’s meeting. Continue reading Gun Concerns Propel AAPS to Cancel School on Election Day 5/3

Board OKs Global Education Partnership

Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education regular meeting (March 9. 2016): Forsythe Middle School, 1655 Newport Rd

During tonight’s regular meeting, beginning at 7:00 PM, the trustees will hear two informational items: the NWEA achievement report and the monthly budget monitoring report.

There will be a first briefing on a Project Read recommendation.

Second briefings will be on the budget amendment and the Global Education Partnership with BCC.

Voting tonight will be on the budget amendment and the BCC partnership.

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