• DEMOGRAPHICS
    YEAR SCHOOL OPENED
    1896
    ATTENDANCE RATE (%)
    94.9
    student Enrollment
    254
    Race/Ethnicity (%)
    African American....................... 52.5
    Hawaii/Pac. Islander.......................... -
    White.............................. 22.9
    Multiracial...................... -
    Hispanic......................... 17.8
    American Indian/AK....................... -
    Asian.............................. -
    GENDER (%)
    Male................................ 52.1 
    Female........................... 47.9
    Special Services** (%)
    FARMS........................... 63.3
    504.................................. -
    Special Ed..................... 10.2
    LEP................................. 10.6
    Title 1............................. YES

     **Special Services Terms Glossary

    School Renovation Details - 2014 The original "Green Street" school building was
    connected to the "old" Board of Education Building to create a large learning complex. The structure was completely renovated top to bottom, maintaining the
    historical look and integrity of the original structure. However, the building was brought into the 21st Century with enhanced technology and security.

Annapolis Elementary School

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Who We Are: Our Community and School Culture

  • Each of our schools’ leadership teams analyzed the factors that impact their students’ ability to engage deeply and achieve academic success. They shared stories of their students and families, some of whom are facing serious challenges associated with physical wellness, social-emotional stability, unique learning needs, family security, mental health, violence, and food/housing uncertainties. They discussed the obstacles that their students face daily when preparing to come to school on time, ready to learn.

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    Questions such as the following drove discussions around Anne Arundel County: 

    • What are the challenges and obstacles that negatively affect our students’ engagement and achievement most significantly and why?
    • Are we analyzing our data and listening closely to learn about all of our students when we seek to understand our learners’ social-emotional and academic struggles?
    • How do cultural differences, language challenges, transportation difficulties, health problems, and frequent family relocation (mobility) serve as obstacles to school success for our students?
    • What resources and supports are available within AACPS and across our county to support students and families in need?  How do we help our families receive the supports they need?

Our School Culture

  • Below is the school’s story as seen through the eyes of school leaders. They discuss the culture of their school and the community.

    Overall, Annapolis Elementary has a positive school culture. It is a family-like environment where all stakeholders are valued as important members of the family. However, just like all families, there are some areas of conflict, and AES is no exception. We continue to struggle with student behavior and this sometimes dampens the good feelings and the positive work being done at AES.

CHALLENGES TO STUDENT SUCCESS

  • The leadership team in each AACPS school reviewed all of the factors that may influence their students’ engagement and achievement in school; these challenges include academic data elements, community history, and socio-economic aspects of each community. The school’s leadership team identified the following elements as impactful for their students.

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