• four orange silhouettes of people waving books next to text that reads AACPS Unites

    AACPS Unites is a reading initiative that diversifies student literary experiences by reflecting and celebrating the diversity of the AACPS community.

    Starting with Read Across America Day on March 2, 2021, quarterly themes will be explored through book suggestions for all grade levels. These activities are supplemental to the academic framework; however, they are an awesome way to enhance the home-school connection and bring together our entire school community.

    Be sure to share pictures on social media whenever you participate in an AACPS Unites activity and use #AACPSUnites.

  •   Theme Concept: Mirrors, Windows, and Doors  

    a blue trifold book where the first cover is mirror the second is a window and the last cover is a door Students should have opportunities to see themselves (mirrors) in their reading; see other experiences (windows) in their reading; and broaden their minds (door) in their reading. This overarching theme is inspired by Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors bDr. Rudine Sims Bishop, and is the motivation for the reading selections and activities that have been compassionately and carefully chosen to encourage student growth.


  •   To acrainbow pinwheel cess book selections, students can use MackinVia or   



    Scholastic Literacy Pro through their ClassLink profiles.    books in hues of green and blue leaning against each other over the words Scholastic Literacy Pro



    Students may also access book selections through Anne Arundel County Public Library. 

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Quarterly Themes

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    In 2018, the National Education Assocation (NEA), the originators of Read Across America, chose to expand the celebration of Read Across America so that it did not focus on one individual. NEA's theme this year, Create and Celebrate a Nation of Diverse Readers, perfectly aligns with AACPS Unites' goal to expand, expose, and experience literature as diverse as our school community.

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