Overview

  • @ symbol Web Services can assist you in designing AACPS websites, managing content, and ensuring the content is ADA accessible and meets AACPS branding standards.

    Also available are online survey tools, Schools, departments, and program personnel are encouraged to contact the Web Services staff for clarification of AACPS web policies and procedures.

    Please note that Web Services provides an oversight and management function for all AACPS websites as well as all school sites. The principal and/or department head is ultimately responsible for the content of your school or office website, and should be aware of a websites' existence and content. All content should be monitored for accuracy and appropriateness and be kept up-to-date by the specific department or school.

    All websites created for or about AACPS-related subject matter with AACPS resources (including employees and equipment) are the property of Anne Arundel County Public Schools. If you are an outside entity creating a site for AACPS with an AACPS employee, please note that the site must be able to be accessed and edited by AACPS employees. AACPS reserves the right to choose what site is actually designated as an AACPS website and may request the removal or editing of particular content at anytime. All school sites must be managed and updated by Anne Arundel County employees or in partnership with such.

Contacts

  • Web Page Assistance

    Assistance is available through Web Services, located in the Communications Office. 

    Contact Web Services for questions on content & process, design, posting process, & technical issues.

    Donna Hoyle
    Manager, Web Services
    dhoyle@aacps.org
    410-222-5313

    Media Release Permission

    NOTE:  The previous Media Release form is no longer required  for use of photos on AACPS web sites. Parents fill out an Emergency Notification form at the beginning of the year which addresses this topic.