Welcome to Almont Community Schools

Mission Statement 
We are committed to prepare and empower every student to be successful in our changing world. 

Every student will own their future through academic and personal success.

Advance Education 

The Almont School District makes every effort to verify that all links in this website are operational and all information is accurate, appropriate and of high quality.  The District expects that these standards are met.  The viability of links that are not created through our District cannot be guaranteed.



Measles Information from Health Department HERE

Click here for information regarding end of year schedule changes.

We need Sub and Regular Bus Drivers

Call the Transportation Department

Chartwells Food Service at Almont Community Schools is hiring for cook and substitute positions.  Please call 810-673-9248 for more information.

Are you looking for a part time job?
Apply with EduStaff to become a substitute.
Almont Community Schools is in need of:

Classroom and NonClassroom Subs
Teacher Subs (need at least 60 credits)
Secretarial Subs

EduStaff Link

Are you in need of Free or Reduced Lunch?
Click here for the application

Letter from the Lapeer Prosecuting Attorney
Regarding Threats Against Schools

School and District Reports 
Orchard Primary
Middle School
High School
District Combined Report

2018/2019 District Calendar

New Alert/Message System Instructions
September 15, 2017
Our new system is in intended to help us improve our communications to you and make things easier for you by offering you a mobile application to install on your device.  Note:  when you sign up for the mobile app you must use an email address currently on file with the school.
Click here for instructions
  This new system also requires you to OPT-IN to receive text messages.
Please read HERE and follow the simple instructions




Any form of discrimination or harassment can be devastating to an individual's academic progress, social relationship and/or personal sense of self-worth.
As such, the Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age (except as authorized by law), religion, military status, ancestry, or genetic information (collectively, "Protected Classes") in its educational programs or activities.
The Board also does not discriminate on the basis of Protected Classes in its employment policies and practices as they relate to students, and does not tolerate harassment of any kind.

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