What is AAOCC?

The Ann Arbor Open Coordinating Council (AAOCC) is Ann Arbor Open's version of a PTSO.  The purpose of the AAOCC is to provide support for and further the educational goals of Ann Arbor Open School; to encourage cooperation and communication among all people connected with the school (students, parents, staff, administrators, and the community) and to assure shared decision-making on the formation and implementation of program policy.

The 2017 AAOCC Climate Survey is now available!

What does the AAOCC do for our school? 

  • Listens to concerns from all stakeholders (students, parents and teachers) at Ann Arbor Open.
  • Communicates important information about Ann Arbor Open. Provides information on a dedicated website regarding all aspects of our school.
  • Works to help the Ann Arbor Open community achieve enriching and valuable educational opportunities. 

How do I get involved? 

  • Attend the monthly AAOCC meetings. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month, 7-8:30pm via Zoom.
  • Volunteer to be a classroom liaison or to help staff at any of our school events. Contact your child's teacher for classroom liaison or the Volunteer Coordinator for any volunteer assistance.