Spring 2021 Planning & Implementation

  • AACPS COVID-19 Dashboard: Hybrid Data and COVID-19 Case Data


    AACPS Planning for Spring 2021

    Anne Arundel County Public Schools formed Fall 2020 Future Planning Committees (FPCs) composed of school district personnel, community leaders, students, teachers, families, employee bargaining unit members, and stakeholders from across the county that came together to plan for Fall 2020 schooling options.  Our FPCs focused on the needs of Anne Arundel County students and families as they reviewed information from national and international schools and organizations and guidance from the Anne Arundel County Department of Health, our County Executive, Maryland’s State School Superintendent, and Governor Larry Hogan. Maryland Together - Maryland’s Recovery Plan for Education was also used to guide FPCs’ efforts. Based on the COVID case rate, the work of the committees, stakeholder feedback, Superintendent input, and the Board of Education vote, the decision was made to have students remain in virtual learning through the Fall 2020 semester. The work of these committees has continued with their current work focused mainly on the Spring 2021 semester. The FPCs continue to work on models to be used to bring back students to hybrid (in-person & virtual) learning when it is deemed safe to do so. Committees have worked to produce viable options for reopening school for the Spring 2021 semester. 


  • For questions about the Spring 2021 Future Planning Committees, please contact: 

    Maureen McMahon, PhD
    Deputy Superintendent for Academics & Strategic Initiatives

    Janet Koletty, Executive Assistant
    jkoletty@aacps.org Phone:  410-222-5304



  • As noted many times during the fall of 2020, we are planning to bring students back to schools for in-person learning during the month of March.  We will need to know if families wish to have their student(s) remain learning virtually or opt for in-person learning.  All AACPS families have been sent a family survey-registration form (NOTE: registration is now closed – both the deadline and extended deadline have passed) to indicate their choice of learning model for their student(s) when hybrid learning becomes an option. We are no longer taking change requests. Extreme extenuating circumstances may be discussed by calling or emailing your student’s principal.

    NOTE: When we do return to hybrid learning, the school start times for hybrid and virtual learning for across the system will return to original individual school start and dismissal times.