Alton School District
550 Landmarks Blvd, Suite A, Alton, Illinois
Phone: 618-474-2600 Fax: 618-463-2128
Superintendent: Kristie Baumgartner

Our Mission

The mission of the Alton School District is to prepare our students with college, career and citizenship skills through a safe and progressive learning environment.

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 Student Meal Distribution Information 

Information for Parents on the

P-EBT Program 

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Click here to start a Kindergarten Enrollment application

Informational Flyer - click to view

COVID Dashboard

Information on Symptoms from the CDC

Click here to view the 2020-2021 Bus Lists 

Is your child having problems logging in to their chromebook?

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Neighborhood Food Distribution for Students – Beginning 1/04/21
Alton School District buses will be setting up locations in neighborhoods across Alton, Godfrey and Fosterburg to provide students with breakfast/lunch bags. A three-day food bag will be provided on Mondays and a four-day meal bag on Thursdays each week during remote learning. For example 1/4, 1/7, 1/11 and 1/14. In addition to the neighborhood bus locations listed below, “grab and go” pick-up sites, are also available on the same days (8:00 am to 12:00 pm) at AHS, AMS (Annex), East, North and West. Additionally, on Mondays and Wednesdays meals may be picked up at AHS between 4:00-6:00 (1/4, 1/6, 1/11, 1/13 and 1/18). MEALS ARE PROVIDED FOR ALTON CUSD #11 PRE-K THROUGH 12TH GRADE STUDENTS ONLY.

Surrey Court Apartments, Godfrey
Old Milton School Parking Lot (by Maeva’s), Alton
Oakwood Community Center, Alton
Alton Acres Community Center, Alton
Villa Marie Subdivision (Neighborhood Swim Club), Godfrey
Olin Park (State Street), Alton
Enchanted Village (front of neighborhood), Fosterburg
Springhaven Subdivision (bus at Faith Baptist Church on Humbert), Godfrey

Camelot Subdivision, (front entrance), Godfrey
Boys and Girls Club, Alton
Mark Twain School Parking Lot (Milton Road), Alton
Hellrung Park, Alton
Storeyland Subdivision, Godfrey
Oak Grove Mobile Home Park, Godfrey
Northwood Apartments (Big Arch Road), Alton
Harrison Funeral Chapel (Central Avenue), Alton

Alton High School (front parking area)

Letter to Parents

August 21, 2020

Letter to Parents / FAQs /Remote Learning Plan 

August 3, 2020

2020-2021 Alton School District Return to Learn Comprehensive Plan

During the 2020-2021 school year, it may be necessary to consider and possibly even use three different plans at various points. The three plans include:

  1. In-person Instruction (Monday through Friday)
  2. Blended or Hybrid Instruction (students attend in person on alternating days)
  3. Complete Remote Instruction (when a school or district closure is required).

The following link provides a description of each plan. Click here for Details

Click here for the Parent FAQ Sheet

Click here to view the Parent Resource for Remote Learning Guide

Click here to view the Special Education and Related Services Letter for Parents

As a way to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their official Month of Service leaders from American Water's Customer team have created a fun virtual library of employees, and their families, reading books for elementary school children in grades 1-3. The collection is available to schools throughout the local area community. May this virtual 'Americans In Action' storybook initiative bring laughs, cheers, and joy to all who listen.

YWCA Child Enrichment Program Enrollment Packet Binder

YWCA Child Enrichment Parent Handbook

YWCA Child Enrichment Amended Enrollment Form Remote Learning

2020-2021 School Supply Lists
Click on the grade level (s) below to access your list

K-2 3-5 6-8 Mark Twain

Parents, students, or community members can anonymously report concerns regarding bullying or other behavior impacting student safety by clicking the button below:

 Reach Out and Read (ROAR)

On March 19, 2015, KMOV visited West Elementary to report on the amazing support of our community members through the Reach Out and Read program.

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If you are interested in learning more about the program or would like information on how to volunteer, please click on the following links below:


Click on the link to watch the follow-up segment on our ROAR program
ROAR Update

Contact Us
Alton School District: 550 Landmarks Blvd, Suite A, Alton, IL 62002 | Phone: 618-474-2600 Fax: 618-463-2128