• Transportation

    Transportation is not provided for our general education Pre-K students.

    For students enrolled in ECI and grades K-21 transportation will be arranged during the student's registration process.  Parents will receive a letter from transportation stating when bus service will begin, the bus number, and when and where the students will be picked up and dropped off. 

    Marley Glen's bus routes are not published with the rest of the county's as the routes are highly individulized. 

    Students will not be dropped off unless a parent/guardian is at the bus stop to meet them.  Please be on time to meet your student.

     

    Schedules & Services

    The Transportation Division is responsible for any concern involving the school bus, be it the schedule, the driver, the bus stop, or the bus itself. Concerns should be forwarded by telephone to the Transportation Division. We will make every effort to resolve concerns as quickly as possible. Please avoid confrontations with school bus operators at bus stops. Doing so is dangerous and constitutes an act that may be misinterpreted by other persons and other parents.

     

    Unauthorized entry into a school bus

    The Maryland Education Article, Section 26-102, prohibits unauthorized entry into a school bus. Parents are advised not to enter a school bus without the consent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools, or its authorized agent or employee. Persons violating this rule are subject to a misdemeanor offense. Conviction may result in fines or imprisonment, or both. Fines may not exceed $1,000. Imprisonment may not exceed six months. • Detaining a school bus Please avoid confrontations with school bus operators at bus stops. Doing so is dangerous and constitutes an act that may be misinterpreted by other persons and other parents. Issues concerning bus operations should be discussed in a school setting, and resolution should be sought through contacts with school personnel.

     

    Audio/Video/ Digital Cameras

    A program designed to equip school buses with video/digital cameras and audio recording devices commenced several years ago. These tools provide both visual and audio recordings of the passenger area of the bus. The objective of the camera initiative is to provide an important additional tool to assist the driver in managing student conduct on school buses. Equipment installation continues.

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    Transportation Division staff:

    Les Douglas,                               Supervisor of Transportation

    Sharon Whitcher,                 Administrative Specialist

    Wanda McIntire,                    Specialist in Transportation                 (for Marley Glen)

    Stella Kenny,                                     Support Specialist

     

    The office of Transportation is open from 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on school days.

     

    AACPS Bus Yard                             410-222-6964

    Transportation                                 410-923-7890 or                             410-923-7874

    Fax                                                         410-923-1585