Bach Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Bach Office 734-994-1949

School Announcements

  • Tuesday April 25th ~ 4th grade music performance for whole school at 2:45 PM and evening performance at 7:00 PM

    Monday May 1st ~ Start of Teacher Appreciation Week

    Tuesday May 2nd ~ NO SCHOOL, Election Day


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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 town, Bach School is a diverse close knit community with a focus on learning and growing together.

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    Weekly Announcements: 4-24-17 

    Hello Bach Families!

    Arrival/Dismissal – Officer Presence

    Please drive safely and follow our drop off and pick up procedures. Students should not be dropped off on Fourth Street in the bus lane at any time of the morning, whether buses have arrived or not. There is no longer a pull-through lane on Fourth Street. Officer Doug Martell will be on our campus during arrival and dismissal, when possible, to help keep traffic moving on Fifth Street. Fifth Street is a pull-through lane, only. If you wish to keep your child in your car until the bell rings, you need to find parking, other than our pull through lane on Fifth. Finally, pull as far forward as possible, toward Liberty, when dropping off your child. Thank you for receiving reminders from parents and staff with patience and gratitude for keeping all kids safe.

    Road Closure The latest update indicated that Fourth Street would be closed for approximately 2 weeks. We will continue to have our buses drop off on Jefferson Street at the main entrance of our school.



    M-Step testing continues this week for our 5th grade students and begins for 3rd and 4 th grades. Please do everything you can to have your student in school and on time for testing days. Students do much better when they test with their peers in their normal setting. A good breakfast and healthy snack help, too. How can you help your child prepare? See the attached flyer from MDE for some great tips. Remember, attending school (and getting to school on time) matters. Tests reflect children’s overall knowledge and achievement. Missing school means missing instruction.


    Lost and Found

    We will soon be donating winter gear from the Lost and Found. Please claim items by Friday.  




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