Welcome to Almont Community Schools            

Central Office
4701 Howland Rd.
Almont, MI 48003
PH: 810-798-8561
FAX: 798-2367

Joseph B.Candela, Superintendent
email: jcandela@almontschools.org
Student Population:  1523


Important Announcement
The 2016-2017 school year will start before Labor Day on Monday August 29th.  Detailed 2016-2017 calendar here.

Personal Device Purchase Program

Our district is in the process of purchasing teacher laptops and student Chromebooks through Michigan's TRIG (Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant) project. Potential vendors must meet very strict device specifications to be approved as sellers. These requirements include special pricing exclusively for schools. There are numerous devices on TRIG that are listed at 50% off the retail price.
This year some TRIG approved vendors have agreed to offer many of the same devices listed on TRIG to school employees, students and parents, all at the same prices offered to schools. The only additional cost for employees, students and parents is sales tax.
If you are interested in purchasing devices at the school cost please visit:
We are purchasing the teacher laptops (HP ProBook 450 G3) through inaCOMP and the studentChromebooks (Dell Chromebook 11") through NETECH. Each of these vendors are accessible on the website listed above.

Summer Meal Program Available Click Here
 Summer Meals


Board Seats
Are you willing to take the time to study current education issues with the same effort and interest you exert in your own business or personal affairs?

Are you willing to pursue the skills, the knowledge and the training necessary to become a fully engaged an effective board member?

Are you able to work as a governance team member, putting personal agendas aside and working cooperatively for the best interest of the student in your school district?

Are you ready to champion an effective public school system to serve our youth despite diminishing resources and increasing demands of the global economy?

As a duly elected state officer are you willing to uphold state laws when you exercise the authority of your office at legally called school board meetings? And, when voting on the issues, are you always willing to put learning first and give priority to what’s best for children?

If you answered YES to these question, then you are ready to seek the trust of your community through active school board service.

Almont Community Schools will have two 6 year board seats available on the November 8, 2016 ballot.


School of Choice
The School of Choice window for Fall 2016 is
May 9th - September 9th, 2016
Click here for applications

Almont Community Schools Project Update

March 22, 2016

The Almont Community Schools Board of Education approved the installation of secured entrances at all three of its buildings on Monday, March 21st.  The new entrance ways will be installed this summer at the same time the new roof at the OP is being installed.  The entryways will restrict entrance directly into each of the buildings. When the project is completed, visitors can be expected to be diverted through the building office before being granted entry into the rest of the building.



Welcome to PreSchool
If your child is 4 by Dec. 1, 2016, you can register for Almont's preschool program for the 2016-17 school year.   Please contact Star at (810) 673-9107.  Thank you

January 27, 2016
Please update your Alert Solutions Contact Information 
You may have trouble receiving your students report card if your setting are incorrect.

Please click here for instructions on updating your account in Power Schools

********JOBS********
Are you looking for extra cash?
Sign up to sub with PESG.
Click here to apply

 

Want to be a  Bus Driver?
Call the Transportation Department
810-798-8773



Chartwells Food Service 
Jobs
Cashier/Office Help 6 hours per day
Starting 2016-2017
Call Stacy at 810-673-9248



2015-2016 School Calendar
Calendar updated on 2-2-16 regarding April 13th High School schedule

 



Our Mission
Almont Community Schools are committed to helping all students become responsible, independent, caring and contributing members of a changing society.

Vision Statement
Every student will achieve academic and personal success.

Advance Education 



Disclaimer:
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