Eberwhite Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Eberwhite Office 734-994-1934

School Announcements

  • We are excited to tell you that Project Lead the Way is returning to our school this year!
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  • Eberwhite Elementary School


    Eberwhite Parents, Friends, and Community-
    At Eberwhite we are committed to developing within each student the joy of lifelong learning through academic preparation, building positive self-esteem, and developing social responsibility. 
    We value diversity and inclusion, and in partnership with our parents and community, strive to ensure that each student is, and feels, valued while developing their leadership skills.
    We hope you find helpful information about our school and staff on this website.  Please reach out to the office if you have any questions that still need to be answered (734-994-1934).
    We are looking forward to welcoming many new families to Eberwhite!  This is an amazing school and we are so excited for you to join our Eberwhite Family! 


District Spotlight

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    AAPS Adult Education Expands

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools Adult Education program has expanded its English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to new locations this fall. ESL classes are now being offered at Lincoln Consolidated Schools as well as the new Michigan Works location, 1201 E. Ellsworth Road. - AAPS District News

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  • Welcome Back AAPS Families!

    The school district is bustling with activity as we prepare for the beginning of this 2023-2024 school year! Follow this link for all the information you need to get started.

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    You Are Not Alone

    Resources available for students dealing with depression, grief, loss and other mental health issues.

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    Burns Park Literacy Coach Publishes Children’s Book

    Burns Park Building Literacy Coach Kyunghee Chen has published a children’s book she hopes will encourage all children to know they belong. - AAPS District News

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