Thurston Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Thurston is a Project Lead the Way School!

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Upcoming Events


  • Welcome to Thurston Elementary 

    Home of the Herons  


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    Come meet your teacher and the staff on

    Wednesday, August 31st

    5:30pm - 7:00pm

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  • Welcome Back!

    Our first day of school will be Tuesday, September 6th. 

    NEW School Times: 8:47am - 3:50pm

    First bell (when students may enter the building and line up outside of their classroom) is at 8:44am.

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  • Bus Schedules

    If your child is a bus rider, find out where his/her bus stop is and what time it arrives by checking the bus schedule.


    Remember that if you drop your child off (or if they walk), they should arrive at school NO EARLIER than 8:40am.

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  • Curriculum Night

    Tuesday, September 13th

        6:00-6:30pm       3-5 Classroom Presentations
        6:30-7:00pm       Whole School Presentation in MPR
        7:00-7:30pm       K-2 Classroom Presentations
    Meet your child's teacher and get to know what your student will be learning this year!
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