Bach Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Bach Office 734-994-1949

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    Welcome to Bach Elementary!

    Home of the Bengals


    Bach Elementary School is located near the heart of Ann Arbor, Michigan in the Old West Side. Just like our city, Bach is a diverse, close-knit community with a focus on learning and growing together. 


     Updates from Mrs. Ivey:

    Good Evening Bach Families,

    Happy Friday before Spring Break! All of us are continuing to adjust as we live through these unprecedented times A2gether for the sake of our community.  I want to thank you for all of your support and sharing your children with us, giving us true purpose and focus during these challenging times.  We are grateful.  Please see below for a few updates and reminders heading into the break.




    Spring Break                                                                                                         

    Given the uncharted territories, spring break may not look as it has in the past.  Nonetheless, please take this break and this time to enjoy one another. Consider this article for ideas staying healthy:

    12 tips for Michiganders to keep their sanity during the coronavirus outbreak

    Spring Break for Staff                                                                                         

    Many of you have shared about the extraordinary efforts our teachers have made.  I agree!  I’ve communicated with our amazing staff that this is also their time to pace themselves, unplug, rest and rejuvenate and practice self-kindness.   Please see below if you have urgent needs during this time. 

    Urgent Social Emotional Supports for Students                                              

    We encourage you to contact the following professionals for support of your student's mental health needs. If your student requires immediate and urgent support, please contact:

    Washtenaw County Community Mental Health - Crisis line: 734- 544-3050 or

    Ozone House- Crisis Line: 734-662-2222.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers these tips for helping children cope with emergencies.

    Principal – Mrs. Ivey:

    Social Worker – Mrs. Mills:

    Food Distribution                                                                                                

    Please see this link for detailed information about Food Distribution.  (Tuesday and Thursday for the next two weeks).  Please note: If you have food allergy needs or cannot make it to a pick-up location please call the AAPS Food Service Hotline at 734.994.2265.  Arrangements will be made.