School Start &

Dismissal Times

Phase I--Task Force: February 2014-December 2014
Phase II--New Work: January 2015-December 2015
Phase III--Community Involvement: January 2016-February 2016
Phase IV--Board Requested Options: March 2016-Present

Home Start & Dismissal Time Resources Task Force Members Start & Dismissal Community Surveys

Superintendent's Proposed Models for 2017 Start Times
Model Proposed in April 2016 (Following New BOE Request)
Model Proposed in December 2015
Task Force Conclusions
School Start & Dismissal Times Task Force Study: Execuitve Summary
Task Force Start Time Options with Cost Estimates

Considerations
Health
After-School Activities & Sports
Before & After-School Care
Transportation
Definition of Terms

Frequently Asked Questions

Upcoming Events


Update

Change In AACPS Start Times for the
2017-2018 School Year

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County (BOE) approved a shift in school start and dismissal times for the 2017-2018 school year. High schools would shift by 13 minutes, changing the start time of high schools from 7:17 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. This option costs approximately $618,000, which was included in the FY2016 Operating Budget.  Click here for more information about this option


Input

Timeline of Events

Phase IV: Board-Requested Options

September 21, 2016: The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County (BOE) approved a shift in school start and dismissal times for the 2017-2018 school year. The plan, approved by a 6-2 vote, calls for elementary, middle, and special schools to start 15 minutes later than the current start times (dismissal times would shift by the same amounts). Click here to read the complete press release.

April 20, 2016: Dr. Arlotto presented the Board with three potential options to shift school start and dismissal times using money already allocated to the school system or requested for such an initiative. Two of the options would spend slightly more than the $602,000 already allocated by the County Council, while the third would spend approximately $1.4 million. All three options would leave at least six schools dismissing after 4:00 p.m. The potential options were presented to the Board for its information only, and the Board took no vote on the options. Click here to see these options. 

Phase III: Community Involvement

January 2016-February 2016

Phase II: New Work

January 2015-December 2015

Phase I: The Task Force

February 2014-December 2014




Task Force Meetings
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Stakeholder Meetings

Start and Dismissal Time Resources
AACPS References and Resources
Academic Effect of Later School Start Times
Before and After-School Child Care
Before and After-School Clubs & Extracurricular Activities
Local and National School Districts: Recent Studies of High School Start Times
Maryland Legislation
Students & Sleep: Health-related Research
Twilight Hours

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