Allen Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Allen Office 734-997-1210

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  • Busses for Allen!

    For All Walking Students:

    Two (2) Busses will run from the Allen Lower Loop to West Middle School.

    Bus 83 at 8:18 

    Bus 129 at 8:22

    And one (1) bus will run from Hikone and Packard Road.

    Bus 56 at 8:28

    All current bus students will need to check their local bus stop and the bus will continue to transport the students to West Middle School.




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  •  Welcome to Allen Elementary

    where we strive to engage, value, and collaborate with all students, parents, and community members in the learning process.

    Allen Elementary School is filled with dedicated and professional staff who strive to create the optimal learning environment for students. All students, staff and parents are valued members of the Allen community.  


    We take pride in... 

    • Providing a research-based curriculum: Everyday Math and Balanced Literacy                            
    • Ongoing professional development of staff: literacy, math and science education, social and emotional development.
    • Our on-site staff who provide specialized knowledge and skills to support children and teachers.
    • The shared commitment between school and home: Parent Council, School Improvement Team, Spring Open House, Country Fair, Book Fairs, Performances, Chaperones, and Room parents.

    Please come to visit us at Allen. We would love to meet you and show you around our school.







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