Accidents happen! The SVVSD Optional iPad Insurance Program for secondary students covers many of the costs associated with a damaged or lost iPad. This year, the cost has been lowered to $25 AND includes new levels of coverage. Plus, students who opt into insurance this year will be able to exchange a non-functioning cable for a new one at no cost! Use this link to learn more.
Mrs. Amanda Menihan taught at Altona prior to moving to West Virginia. She is now a 7th grade math teacher back at Altona. During her tenure in West Virginia, Mrs. Menihan was nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This summer Mrs. Menihan was informed that she won this award for the state of West Virgina. She had quite the experience in Washington D.C. during the reception and we are very proud of her and her accomplishments. We are very lucky to have her back with us at Altona.
On June 14, our Superintendent, Dr. Haddad, presented the Superintendent's Award for Excellence in Education to Altona Middle School for the innovative and excellent work of our whole learning community. Congratulations!!!
Congratulations to Kendall Madine who has earned a spot on the United States Junior National Karate Team and has qualified to represent the United States in the Pan American Karate Federation Continental
Championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Kendall is part of an elite group of US Athletes who will represent our nation in the international compe
In May of 2016, Nutrition Services and School Wellness applied for USDA’s HealthierUS School Challenge awards for all of our middle schools and high schools that participate in the National School Breakfast and National School Lunch program.
The HealthierUS School Challenge: Smarter Lunchrooms is a voluntary certification initiative that recognizes schools creating healthier school environments through promotion of nutrition and physical activity.
One of the most important institutions in our society is public education. Of the approximately 55 million K-12 aged children in the United States, it is estimated that 90 percent are enrolled in public schools. Second only to parenting, the longstanding institution of public education will have the greatest influence on America’s future.
In Colorado, we’ve experienced an ongoing discussion around the adequacy of resources for our public schools with mixed results.
Students and families throughout our communities will be able to access free lunches this summer. Meals will be provided to any child under the age of 18. Adults with a child will be able to eat at "no charge" until funding dollars run out.
Meals will be provided at Countryside Village, Roth Rock Dell Park, Kanemoto Park, Carr Park and the Longmont Youth Center. Please review the flyer for days, times and activities.