Welcome to Trimester 2! Let’s take advantage of this new beginning to do everything it takes to help our students achieve greatness.
Students should take their Chromebook and charger to and from school each day.
Students who have not received a Chromebook because they are new to AAPS or returned it to their last school, can come to Dr. Allen’s office to receive another one.
If your Chromebook or charger is no longer in working order, please return it to Dr. Allen and she will reissue you one.
We will also sign-out Chromebooks to students whose Chromebook is lost or stolen.
We ask for those Chromebooks that are stolen, that you file a police report and provide us with a copy or incident # of the report.
This week's schedule
A Look Ahead at the 2022-23 School Year Calendar
Fall 2022 COVID-19 Health Guidance
The district COVID and Health Guidance page has been updated with fall guidance, the August 23 community webinar recording and slide show, FAQs, the daily symptom checker and a new one-pager on " What to Do If You Test Positive".
Student and parent/family volunteer COVID cases must be reported to AAPS if the individual was on campus within 48 hours of their symptoms starting or testing positive (if no symptoms). Beginning Monday morning, there are new COVID report forms for families to use when reporting their student’s case and for staff/volunteers:
Student Report Form: bit.ly/StudentCOVIDCase22-23
Please remember that all parents, guardians & visitors will be required to show government-issued picture ID at the entrance of our building, including for scheduled appointments.
The Federal program to provide free breakfasts and lunches for all that was in place over the previous two school years has now ended, and we have been working diligently to get the word out for families to apply for food assistance at school. Families are highly encouraged to apply for Free and Reduced Lunch.
The free and reduced lunch application is available on the website, is cell phone friendly and available in five translated languages. The application is straightforward, and we will assist with translators for other languages and with any additional assistance as needed.
NOTE: All Pathways’ students qualify for free/reduced lunch and, as such, families are encouraged to only complete the Household Information Report (HIR) which can also be found on the link above.
Hours of Operation
Monday-Wednesday-Friday from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuesday-Thursday from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM
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Schoology and Powerschool Parent Information
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Medical and Health Needs
Other Resources for Families in Need
Get Help: Community Resources for Students and Families
Handyman and Home Repair Services
Financial and Tax Resources
COVID Emergency Rental Assistance (CERA) Online Application
Free and Low Cost Camp Option
Welcome to Pathways High School
Pathways is a high school campus for students needing or preferring a smaller, intimate academic environment that may be unavailable at larger, comprehensive high schools. Through multiple pathways and flexible learning opportunities such as online coursework, community internships, dual enrollment opportunities, traditional direct instruction blended with project-based learning, students can meet the State of Michigan graduation requirements, along with the opportunity to earn college credits.
Pathways is designed to provide choices for students through unique class offerings in the core academic and elective areas, small class sizes, unique teacher-student interactions, and internships. Some of the resources that make Pathways Special:
When Erika Daman started college, she thought she would go into the medical field, but after taking one of the classes on people with disabilities, she was inspired to go into special education. She attended Eastern Michigan University and earned a bachelor’s degree in Hearing Impaired Education. - AAPS District News
Sat Paul Goyal joined Skyline High School in 2009 as a special education teacher assistant supporting students with learning disabilities. - AAPS District News
AAPS COVID-19 related resources:
Weekly Bell Schedule
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