School Safety - School Visits
The safety and well being of students, staff and visitors, is paramount at Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
- All visitors to Marley Glen must report to the Main Office to be processed through our security system.
- All visitors should be prepared to show identification every time they enter our building.
- All visitors will be given a name tag to wear during their visit.
- All visitors are expected to visit only the classroom, area, or event stated on their name tag.
- Parents/Guardians are required to pre-schedule classroom visits with the classroom teacher.
- The classroom teacher shall notify the principal of all scheduled classroom visits.
- Classroom visits are at the discretion of the principal.
- The principal reserves the right to limit or schedule classroom visits to avoid disruption to the educational program, normal operation of the classroom, and normal operation of the school.
- Tutors are prohibited in the classroom during the normal school day.
Attending Special Events
To expediate the check-in process and avoid bottlenecks in the Main Office for larger school events:
- Each student will receive a "guest list" flyer to be completed & returned to school prior to the event.
- First & last names, birth date, and license number of each guest is requested - but not required.
- Names Tags will be available upon arrival for the event.
- Guests not on the list will be processed upon arrival to school.
- All guests should be prepared to show their identification.
School Security Cameras
Anne Arundel County Public Schools has installed state-of-the-art security cameras in all of our high schools, middle schools, most elementary schools, the Carols S. Parham Board of Education building, special centers, and other non-instructional facilities. Our goal is to install camera systems in every AACPS facility. All new construction and renovations of existing schools at all levels will also have camera systems installed. These cameras cover selected interior and exterior public portions of the buildings and grounds. Cameras are NOT monitored constantly, but can be monitored by school officials and first responders during emergency situations. Under specific circumstances authorized personnel from local, state or federal emergency response agencies, might be provided access to saved images that assist in resolving critical incidents and criminal investigations.