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About Us

By Knaup, Jake


About Us:

Labette County USD 506 encompasses 500 square miles of Labette County.  The district serves over 1,600 students enrolled in a K-12 system, which is housed in five kindergarten through eighth grade elementary schools and one comprehensive high school serving grades nine through twelve.  Administrative offices are located in the Curran Administrative Center in Altamont, KS.  The district is a member of the Southeast Kansas Education Service Center and of the Southeast Kansas Interlocal #637. Communities served by the district are Altamont, Angola, Bartlett, Dennis, Edna, Valeda, Labette, Mound Valley, and a large portion of the west side of Parsons.  Cities in the immediate area include Parsons, Coffeyville, and Independence. Larger cities nearby include Pittsburg, KS, Joplin, MO, and Bartlesville, OK. Agriculture and agriculture related business are primary sources of income in the district. The communities in the district are served by three area hospitals. Recreation is readily accessible through area golf courses, Big Hill Lake, and Lake Parsons.


Contact Information:
Logo School Address Phone Fax
Altamont Grade School 705 E. 6th
Altamont, KS 67330 
(620) 784-5511 (620) 784-2675
Bartlett Grade School 201 W. 2nd
Bartlett, KS 67332
(620) 226-3414 (620) 226-3340
Edna Grade School 220 W. Myrtle
Edna, KS 67342
(620) 922-7210 (620) 922-3417
Labette County High School 601 South High School
​​​​​​​Altamont, KS 67330
(620) 784-5321 (620) 784-2682
Meadow View Grade School 1377 21000 Road
​​​​​​​Parsons, KS 67357
(620) 421-1857 (620) 421-0379
Mound Valley Grade School 402 Walnut St
​​​​​​​Mound Valley, KS 67354
(620) 328-3121 (620) 328-2078
​​​​​​​ USD 506 District Office P. O. Box 189
401 S. High School Street  

Altamont, KS 67330
(620) 784-5326 (620) 784-5879


Teaching & Learning

Our Teaching & Learning Initiatives are dedicated to giving our students personalized learning opportunities based on each student’s unique needs and potential.

Family & Community

Our Family & Community Initiatives put students first by giving students, their families & community members opportunities to engage & support our schools & each other.


Our Technology Initiatives put students first by teaching them to use digital technology effectively while helping them develop skills as critical thinkers and problem solvers.