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Altamont Grade School at a Glance

Students~~~~~~~~
267 Students, grades PreK-8
Average Student class size:  20
3% Minority Students
3% Gifted
10% Mobility
50% Eligible for free/reduced meals
7% Out of District
96% Average daily attendance
7% Special Education
  ^ Ranging from those with multiple
     abilities to the gifted
  ^ Speech-Language Impairment
Staff~~~~~~~~~~
20 Teachers: 9 MA Degrees, 1 Double MA Degree, 2 EDS Degrees
18 Average years of teaching experience
Staff Includes
  ^ School Counselor
  ^ Nurse
  ^ Social Worker
  ^ Librarian
  ^ Music and Physical Education
  ^ Speech
  ^ Special Education
  ^ Band - Grades 5-8
Special Programs~~~
School-wide Title I Program
Early Childhood Preschool (half day)
Early Childhood Preschool (half day)
All-day Kindergarten
Differentiated Curriculum
Indian Education Tutoring
8th Hour  (grades 6-8)
Navigators
Low Incidence Special Ed. Classroom
School Day~~~~~~~
8:05 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
Breakfast Program 7:40 - 8:00
Office Hours 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
VIP Partners~~~~~
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Talent Search with Labette Comm. College
Technology~~~~~~
100% Classrooms with computers
1 laptop to every 3 students
Minimum of 2 stationary computers
in every room
Family Programs~~~
Parent Teacher Organization
Site Council
Little League Basketball Program
Booster Club
   
Academic Performance~
Met State Standard of Excellence in…
              Reading                   Math             
2005       8th                          8th
2006  3, 4, 6, 7, 8th                3, 4th
2007  3, 4, 5, 7, 8th                3, 4, 7, 8th
2008  3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8th            4, 6, 8th
2009  Building Wide Reading & Math   
2009  Science - 4th Gr .         Writing - 8th Gr.    
2010  Building Wide Reading & Math    
2011  Building Wide Reading & Math    
What's Unique about AGS?
Built in 1929
Three additions in 1973, 1993, and 2006
Centrally located within the district
In partnership with LCHS programs for
early childhood. (Family/Consumer Science)

Student performance requires a community-driven comprehensive system of support

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