Superintendent's News

    R.R.C.C. Dance!

    AJK Academy hosted its first R.R.C.C. dance for the 2019-2020 school year. One of our main priorities here is to create a positive learning environment.  AJK’s core values are represented in R.R.C.C. Respect for Self and Others Responsible for All Our Actions Commitment to Education Commitment to Community Students enter A.J.K. Academy as Cadets.  Each…

    Cubbies Read for the Record!

    On November 7th, our Green Bay Cubbies joined “Read for the Record Day!” Around the world, children and adults campaign to bring young children together to read the same book, on the same day, in communities all over the world. This year’s book was ‘THANK YOU, OMU!” According to Jumpstart… Read for the Record 2019…

    Thanks to our D187 Military Families!

    Para una versión en español del blog, por favor vea la parte inferior de esta página As we honor those who serve through military service and celebrate Veterans’ Day, it is a great opportunity to celebrate the military students and families who bring so much to our district. With Naval Station Great Lakes here in…

    AJK Academy Observes Red Ribbon Week

    Red Ribbon Week takes place every year on October 23rd-31st. The cadets at the Academy took the pledge to be drug free in a special way this year. Young Marine/Master Gunnery Sergeant and former cadet of AJK Academy, Nina Staben, visited with an informative presentation about Red Ribbon Week.  In her program, Staben spoke to…

    October 2019 – Principal Appreciation Month

    It’s National Principals’ Month –  Celebrate D187’s Great Principals! October is National Principals’ Month and I can think of no better principals to celebrate than the six amazing people leading D187’s schools: Nicole Johnson, Green Bay Early Childhood Center Ana Fuhrer, Alexander Elementary School Inez Mitchell, Forrestal Elementary School Michael Grenda, A.J. Katzenmaier Academy Wayne…

    AJK Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

    The Academy celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with some very special performances.  Choreographed and directed by Candace Ferguson, Linda Juarez and Dr. Stacy Thomas, students sang traditional hispanic songs, read poetry from hispanic poets and danced to celebrate spanish heritage. If you missed the performances… you can see them on the attached video! Did you know……

    D187 Mission Statement
    FOLLOW US ON
    American Reading Company

    Upcoming Events
    Loading...