Pre-Approved CRs

A Pre-Approved CR is taught by a qualified, community volunteer who has committed to teach a group of students about a particular subject.  The instructor has submitted a syllabus which is approved and ready to go.  Students just create the application on Moodle, get the signatures on the form (excluding the instructor because they have already given permission) and turn it in to the CR office, room 215 at CHS, to be a part of the class.

Semester 1, 2019-2020
TEACHER ASSISTANT CR @ SLAUSON
Are you interested in tutoring  with middle school students? Do you want to understand what motivates learners? You can be a class helper! With this CR, you will be assigned to one of the 6th grade teachers at Slauson to work with their students. CR students will earn .5 credit for volunteering, reading 2 books on growth mindset for discussion and writing reflections in a daily log.  
Contact: Diane Grant if you are interested in this CR:  grantd@aaps.k12.mi.us

VIDEO PRODUCTION CR @ CTN Ann Arbor

This course is designed to give students hands on experience in the video production field. Students will learn the basics on video production; from pre, production and post. The focus of this CR will be on how to create video content in professional studios or out in the field with professional remote equipment, which includes everything from audio, lighting, camera work and much more! During this CR you will work with trained staff to boost your video skills and your productionideas. No video experience required; only a passion for film and learning.   

Contact:  Alysha Schlundt-Bodien   ASchlundt-Bodien@A2gov.org


YOUTH VOLUNTEER CORPS CR @ YMCA   

The Youth Volunteer Corps of Ann Arbor serves as an opportunity for youth, ages 11 – 17, to become active change agents in their community through participating in meaningful service-learning activities that promote a greater understanding and appreciation for the diversity, create socially just communities and broaden definition of volunteering. Projects aim to serve the needs of the community and to promote a lifetime ethic of service. Through a series of weekly meetings, workshops, activities, service-learning project, students will explore global and local issues while gaining a greater understanding on how to address social change through service-learning and measuring impact.  Meeting time is flexible and contingent upon availability of student(s) and instructor. Weekly meetings of 1.5

hours will be held with additional 3 hours a week on average dedicated to serving YVC partner organization.  Contact Abbey Davis  adavis@annarborymca.org


LOCAL GARDENS: Build, Grow & Sustain CR @ CHS   

This CR includes: building and garden design; planting, harvesting & cooking; guest speakers; advertising & social media; grant writing and so much more.

Contact: Carolyn at carolynherrmann@yahoo.com

or Danelle at mosher@aaps.k12.mi.us


PERSONAL FINANCE / FINANCIAL PLANNING CR @ CHS

Contact: Ed at kulka@aaps.k12.mi.us


EXPLORING PROBABILITY CR @ CHS

Contact: Ed at kulka@aaps.k12.mi.us


DANCE BODY CR @ CHS

Contact: Marly @ marlysier@gmail.com