Angell Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Angell Office 734-994-1907

School Announcements

    Tuesday, August 30th ~ Incoming Kindergaten and New to Angell Family Picnic, 5:30 - 6:30 PM 
    Tuesday, August 30th ~ New to Angell Orientation, 6:30 PM 
    Tuesday, September 6th ~ School Begins, 8:47 AM - 3:50 PM 
    Tuesday, September 13th  ~ Angell School Curriculum Night, 6 - 7:30 PM 
    Friday, September 16th ~ Angell School PTO Sponsored Picnic, 6 - 8 PM


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The Angell Elementary School office is open from 8 AM - 4 PM, Monday through Friday,
beginning Tuesday, August 16th.

We welcome Lisa Durham, our new Angell Elementary Secretary. 
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Note:  It's always a good idea to call ahead to make sure Mrs. Durham will be available before heading over to the building for registration.

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Tuesday, August 30th from 5:30-6:30 PM
This is a great opportunity to meet other Kindergarten and "New to Angell" families and make some new friends.  Bring your food and a blanket/chairs.  The PTO will provide drinks.  
New to Angell Orientation, Tuesday, August 30th, 6:30 PM
This orientation program is designed for parents of students new to Angell who did NOT attend the Kindergarten Round Up or the orientation evening in the spring. 

First Day of School – PTO Welcome and Coffee

Tuesday, September 6th.  (School hours:  8:47 AM -3:50 PM.)  The Angell PTO is hosting a welcome coffee on the front lawn of the school at the beginning of the school day.   Please drop by to meet other parents and the PTO officers.  


Angell Curriculum Night

Tuesday, Sept. 13th, 6:00-7:30 PM.  Please save this date.  More information to come.


PTO Fall Picnic

Friday, September 16th  6:00 -8:00 PM.  Please save this date.  More information to come.

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Our school day begins at 8:47 AM. School will be dismissed at 3:50 PM.  

Did you know?
Angell Elementary School is one of the oldest elementary schools in Ann Arbor.  
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 The school was built at a cost of $280,000, including the site.  The school was originally called South University Elementary School. "South University Elementary" became "Angell Elementary School" in honor of James B. Angell during the 1920s.
 Angell was the longest serving president of the University of Michigan, from 1871-1909.  
Forrest G. Averill was the first principal of the school.  
The school was initially opened as a combination elementary and junior high school, serving students in grades K-8. The enrollment area of the school was expanded in 1974 to include the University of Michigan family and graduate housing near the North Campus. The first major renovation occurred under the direction of Elizabeth B. Michael in 1976. Two classrooms were added in 2007. 
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Angell School received a Blue Ribbon award in 2016. 
 Check out the celebration here.   





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