Ann Arbor's biggest elementary school district may also be its most diverse-and most misunderstood.
From the January, 2017 issue
"We are a mystery to a lot of people," admits Bryant-Pattengill parent Ariel Hurwitz-Greene. Her eight-year-old son Nathaniel has attended Bryant, off Stone School Rd. south of Packard, since kindergarten; next year he and his classmates will move to Pattengill, north of Packard a couple of miles west, for grades three through five. With nearly 600 students,
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