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

BOARD OF EDUCATION TO BE UPDATED ON SYSTEM’S EFFORTS TO RECRUIT AND RETAIN QUALITY, DIVERSE WORKFORCE

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County will receive an update on Anne Arundel County Public Schools’ ongoing efforts to recruit and retain a quality, diverse workforce at its next meeting, scheduled for March 6, 2019. The Board is also scheduled to review more education-related items of legislation currently … Continue reading

FIVE EDUCATORS NAMED FINALISTS FOR 2019 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEACHER OF THE YEAR

Educators from three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school were named today as finalists for 2019 Anne Arundel County Public Schools Teacher of the Year. The finalists are: Aundrea Atwood-Starkey, a math teacher at Southern High School Teresa Beilstein, a third grade teacher at South Shore Elementary … Continue reading

BOARD OF EDUCATION ADDS $19.2 MILLION TO SUPERINTENDENT’S RECOMMENDATION, APPROVES $1.28 BILLION FY2020 OPERATING BUDGET REQUEST

The Board of Education this morning finalized a $1.28 billion Fiscal Year 2020 Operating Budget request, adding $19.2 million and 82 positions to the recommendation Superintendent George Arlotto put forward in December. The overall request, approved by an 8-0 vote, contains a total of 377.6 new positions – 94 percent … Continue reading