The following statement
establishes how AACPS will use information we gather about you from your visit
to our website. If you visit an AACPS site to:
Read or download information: We may collect and store information for
statistical purposes. For example, we may count the number of visitors to the
different sections of our site to help us make them more useful to visitors.
Similar information is gathered for anonymous ftp, remote account login, or
for other comparable types of connections.
Send us an E-mail:
By sending us an electronic mail message, you
may be sending us personal information (e.g., name, address, E-mail address),
as in an official FOIA request. We may store the name and address of the
requester in order to respond to the request or to otherwise resolve the
subject matter of your E-mail.
Register: Information which may be collected at these sites through
questionnaires, feedback or registration forms will be used only for the
purpose of the form you sent. Regardless of the information being transmitted
to www.aacps.org, we will protect all such information consistent with applicable
Apply for a position:
Information which is collected on the
employee application form is collected and stored on the AACPS Human Resources
system. Information is transmitted over a secure server and will only be used
in the employee hiring process. In the future, this information may be stored
and used for recruitment purposes at AACPS. All information is protected
consistent with applicable law.
AACPS Website Disclaimer
The system website,
www.aacps.org may provide links to web pages which are not part of the AACPS web
family. While AACPS.org only provides links which are applicable and for
convenience and educational purposes of the user, these sites are not under
AACPS control. The presence of these links on any AACPS website is not intended
to imply AACPS endorsement of that site, but to provide a convenient link to
relevant sites which are managed by other organizations, companies, or
Americans with Disabilities Act
Many pages on this website have been reviewed and revised to be accessible to
individuals with disabilities in accordance with provisions of Section 508 of
the Americans with Disabilities Act. We are continuing the task of making our
pages accessible. If you are having a problem accessing an AACPS website,
please let us know and we will work to ensure accessibility.