44 SECONDARY STUDENTS TO REPRESENT COUNTY AT STATE HISTORY DAY COMPETITION

More than 200 county secondary students representing 26 middle and high schools were recently recognized at the Anne Arundel County Regional History Day competition and awards ceremony.  Focused on the theme, Triumph & Tragedy in History, the students shared their historical knowledge, extensive research, and educated perspectives via various categories … Continue reading

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FINANCE OFFICE LAUDED AS ONE OF NATION’S BEST FOR 38th CONSECUTIVE YEAR

For the 38th consecutive year, Anne Arundel County Public Schools’ Finance Office has been lauded as one of the nation’s best by earning the prestigious Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO). The award is given to organizations that are committed to … Continue reading

TWO SCHOOLS BRING HOME TOP HONORS IN STATE CULINARY AND HOSPITALITY COMPETITION

County schools swept their way to first-place finishes in the culinary skills and hospitality management categories at the recent Maryland ProStart Student Invitational, a competition which calls on students to showcase their skills against other programs across the state. Arundel High School won the culinary competition, in which students had … Continue reading

THREE HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS NAMED FINALISTS TO BE 2019-2020 STUDENT MEMBER ON THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

The Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils (CRASC) announced on its Twitter page (@CRASC_Online) today that three 11th grade students have been named finalists for the 2019-2020 student member on the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County. The students, selected from a field of six applicants, are: Rida Alvi, … Continue reading

BOARD OF EDUCATION TO GET UPDATE ON AACPS’ SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM AT MARCH 20, 2019, MEETING

The Board of Education will hear a presentation about Anne Arundel County Public Schools’ Service Learning Program at its next meeting, scheduled for March 20, 2019. The Maryland State Department of Education requires the completion of 75 hours of student service learning which includes preparation, action, and reflection. Each county … Continue reading

35 CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION STUDENTS FINISH IN TOP 3 AT REGIONAL SKILLSUSA COMPETITION

Thirteen Anne Arundel County Public Schools Career and Technology Education students won their respective categories, 12 more finished second, and 10 others placed third at the recent SkillsUSA Region 3 championships, earning the right to compete in the upcoming state competition. The following AACPS students won their respective categories: Charles … Continue reading