The “Faces of AACPS” campaign celebrates the people who make Anne Arundel County Public Schools awesome. Since the beginning of 2016, current and past members of our school community have been telling us about a person, opportunity, or experience in AACPS that has had a positive impact in their life. Start reading their stories now!
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"We often recognize those in the classroom and those educators associated with the academic success of our students, but today I wanted to highlight an educator that is exposing our students to the arts in a positive, professional, and most of all meaningful way."--Nikki Johnson
ClearShark H2O’s mission involves a revitalization of youth engagement in Maryland’s waterways by offering hands on experiences to students of all ages, which pairs perfectly with Broadneck's Environmental Literacy Signature Program.
Teaching is a demanding job and the support of Redemption Church eases the burden, often just when staff need it.
Atlantic Bingo’s long-standing support of Ridgeway’s “Run, Jump, and Throw” festival offers Olympic-type activities for our students with severe special needs and disabilities.
Just like a walk-a-thon, this program raises money based on how much each entrant reads. In this case, each minute spent reading translated into miles....This program has been in place for four years. In that time, it has raised over eighteen thousand dollars. Of course, it has also helped to support the cause of literacy. The Read-a-Thon is now one of the biggest, most successful school wide events at Linthicum Elementary.
National Book Award Finalist Jason Reynolds joined Glen Burnie High School (GBHS) as the keynote speaker for LitCon: Volume 1, Anne Arundel County Public Schools’ first teen literature conference.
"Captain Tewey is immediately willing to work with the school and to bring along others in an effort to make intentional connections for GBHS students for college and career readiness in our local community."
The South River family is rich in so many ways because of people like Tyler Bennett who, “approaches each day with the attitude…what can I do today to have a positive impact and improve the lives of others?”
"Businesses like Blades of Green are key in connecting our students with opportunities to work in industries of interest and for companies that are respected in their industry."