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Heritage Trails logoAACPS Heritage Trails

Interested in connecting with local African American history and culture?  Visit the AACPS Heritage Trails site to learn more and plan a visit.  Check back as more sites will be added in the future!  http://heritage-trails.org/sites/

Community/Business Partners

Donation from SECU Employees

Community and Business Partnerships are an important part of the AACPS mission.  We are continuously working to develop, maintain, and enhance external funding and resources for the school system, including business partnerships, parental involvement, community partnerships, and grants development. 

School & Family Partnerships
Teresa Tudor, Administrator
ttudor@aacps.org

 

AACC Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

The PTA speaks for all children in the state and the nation, providing a unified presence when action is required on important issues facing our schools and our students. It also provides information and support to parents and concerned community members. The PTA offers the opportunity to serve, volunteer, and to contribute to the welfare of all children.

Children represent our future. The PTA offers the opportunity not only to impact your local community, but to have input in major legislative and policy issues affecting children throughout the state.

Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC)

The Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) advises and reports to the Anne Arundel County Board of Education on activities and programs affecting the public schools of Anne Arundel County. All schools must participate in the County-wide CAC.

Parent Involvement Advisory Council

The Parent Involvement Advisory Council for Anne Arundel County Public Schools is a countywide group of parents and advocates appointed by the Superintendent of Schools. The Council is comprised of parents and advocates who reflect the diversity of our school system. The Council will advise the Superintendent and the Board of Education on parent involvement issues ranging from policy to implementation.

 

Development Office
Lois Kleinhenn Lanier, Chief Development Officer
llanier@aacps.org