AACS Health Guidelines 
School policy is that any student with a fever of 100 degrees or more must stay home and cannot return to class until s/he is fever- and symptom-free for at least 24 hours without medication. Our priority is the health and safety of all students, faculty, staff, and students. For more details, please review the following areas of our online Parent/Student Handbooks (access via button under "Protected Information" on this webpage). If you still have questions, please call your campus-specific main office. Campus phone numbers and addresses listed on this webpage footer.
K-12 Handbook: pp. 11-12
LS Handbook: pp. 7-8
MS Handbook: p. 4
US Handbook: p. 25

Although there are no reported cases of the Coronavirus in Maryland, AACS is monitoring the information coming in daily from the Centers for Disease Control. Additionally, please review prevention strategies  for contracting and spreading the common cold and the flu from the CDC.

Immunization and Measles
Download the 2019-2020 Immunization Guidelines. (Valid thru 8/31/2020)There have been recent cases of Measles in Maryland. Read about exposure.  What does Maryland say about Measles? 



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Wake Up Early and BMore Caring

The Freshmen-Sophomore basketball team got up early a few Saturdays ago volunteer at BMore Caring's warehouse in Glen Burnie.

Take Flight

A trip to a local museum and a visit from a retired U.S. Navy captain had students captivated by the science of flight.

Students STEM Up to Teach

Annapolis and Severn lower school students donned smocks and safety glasses for a day of hands-on STEM learning.

The Names of Jesus

Wonderful Counselor. Prince of Peace. Everlasting Father. The Annapolis Lower School kicks off Christmas.

Operation Christmas Child

First Grade Teacher Sherrie Ridings, her class, and Principal Karl Graustein stand by some of the boxes collected from SLS families last month.