Pathways to Success

Ann Arbor Public Schools

  
Mr. Weeks   

Principal:  Weeks, Tyrone

Email:  weekst@aaps.k12.mi.us 

        

Mr. Weeks, a native of Detroit, MI, works as the Co-Principal of the Pathways to Success Academic Campus and Director of Adult Education for the Ann Arbor Public Schools.  Weeks has worked as a faculty member for the Ann Arbor Public Schools since 2001. He has worked to shape and develop adolescents to become successful students and members of their community.  During his tenure with the AAPS he has served as an Assistant Principal, Ninth Grade Transition Facilitator, Equity Team member, advisor for the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN), department chair, teacher, and freshman basketball coach. He was the co-advisor and creator of the Rising Scholars Program, developed with the purpose of providing an intervention to increase the high school and college success of minority students, in partnership with the University of Michigan Center for Educational Outreach (CEO), the University of Michigan Programs for Educational Opportunity, the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan (LEAD Scholars Program) and the College Board.

 

Mr. Weeks holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education and Master of Arts degree in K-12 Administration from Eastern Michigan University, and is currently working towards a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Studies from Eastern Michigan University.  He has been awarded several honors including the King/Chavez/Parks Fellowship for his graduate and doctoral programs, Jenkins-Tracy Cohort Scholarship, and the University Fellowship award.  He has demonstrated success in the areas of instructional leadership, administrative and instructional improvement and has been a member of ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development). He has worked collaboratively with regional school districts to bridge communities towards the development of successful schools including initiatives with Cass Technical High School in Detroit and Farmington High School.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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