Office Phone: (734) 994-1807
Logan Family Handbook: Hybrid Edition
This Logan Family Handbook: Hybrid Edition provides families with information about the operation of our school during hybrid learning. As we progress through the spring, we anticipate some refinement of our practices. We will always communicate any changes to our policies and procedures to the Logan community. We will also post an updated handbook whenever a policy or procedure changes. Check back here whenever you want to review the most current practices.
Hey Logan Leopards, what do you like to eat?
The Logan community is creating a cookbook as part of our upcoming virtual Heritage Festival celebration, and we want your recipes!
Students, families, teachers, staff: send us your favorite recipe and a short description of why it’s special to you. Maybe it’s food from the country that you lived in before you came to Ann Arbor, or a special dish to celebrate a holiday. Maybe it’s a birthday treat, or your favorite dinner. Maybe it’s a recipe that’s been in your family for so long you don’t know who first made it, or maybe it’s something delicious you discovered this year during quarantine. While we can’t share a meal this year, we can cook each other’s favorite foods until we come together again!
Ready to contribute? Type up your recipe and submit it HERE!
Include your name, a short description and a photo (optional).
We need your recipes by Friday, APRIL 23rd.
Each student will receive a printed copy of the cookbook later this spring!
We can’t wait to get cooking!
Kindergarten and Young 5s Round Up
Any student who will be five on or before September 1, 2021 may attend Kindergarten. Young 5s need to be turning five between May 1, 2021 and December 1, 2021.
Registration for the 2021-2022 school-year opens March 16th. More information on this process can be found on the AAPS enrollment page.
Starting Wednesday, March 10th, meal distribution will take place every week on Wednesdays. It is the same location and same times. Families will continue to receive seven days of meals, break, lunch, and dinner.
Student School Breakfast and Lunches are Free for the rest of the school year but you must order lunch for your student. Families will need to order student lunches using the new AAPS Online Student Lunch Ordering.
For the rest of this school year families will not be charged for breakfast or lunch but you must register for the program at: sendmoneytoschool.com
Questions? Contact AAPS Food Service at 734-994-2265.
Will Wright, Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christy Landefeld, Office Professional, email@example.com
FOR AAPS RESIDENTS: Pre-enrollment for neighborhood/attendance area schools (including Young 5s) IS OPEN -- CLICK ON "ENROLL/APPLY HERE" BELOW. Space Available In-District Transfer requests for the 2021-22 school year (for AAPS residents, and currently enrolled SOC/NRCE), IS CLOSED - ANOTHER APPLICATION WINDOW IS ANTICIPATED LATER THIS SPRING. Please see the applicable links below for more information.
FOR NON-RESIDENTS: Schools of Choice (for new non-resident students or currently enrolled students who have moved out of the district and need SOC to return in the Fall) IS ANTICIPATED LATER THIS SPRING. We advise families to check back weekly, starting mid-April, for updates. Please see the Schools of Choice link below for more information.
Last updated 04/08/2021
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Having trouble with PowerSchool Enrollment (aka InfoSnap)?
Please contact PowerSchool Enrollment Family Support for assistance:
phone: 866-752-6850 (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
website: https://help.powerschool.com/t5/reg (includes new live chat support)
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The next Board of Education Regular Meeting will be held on April 14, 2021, at 7:00 PM. Please click here to view the schedule of posted meetings.