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.
Nine Staff members were honored by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) at the annual "Those Who Excel" banquet and dinner on Oct. 17th. The awards honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the state's puplic and non public elementary and secondary schools. Award winners can be community volunteers to Career Educators. Congratulations to our memebers who achieved this honor.
Pictured from Left to Right: Susan Hatfield, Jordan Anderson, Carrie Schildroth, Julie Gallivan, Jan Wrischnik, Sonja Collins-Fordson, Dr. Kenneth Spells. Debra Hoefert and Bridget Macias
Looking for that perfect holiday gift? The Annual Sports Apparel Sale at Alton High School, supporting the AHS Baseball Team, is back! The attached flyer shares all the details so don't miss out on your opportunity to get half-price deals on merchandise from Nike, Adidas, Under Armor, college/professional teams and more!
Rotarians Larry Thompson and Ron Mayhew deliver a set of books to Eric Dickerson's classroom at Lewis & Clark Elementary School. We are grateful to the Alton Godfrey Rotary Club for the recent donation of over $1200 worth of literature that will be enjoyed by students in fourth grade classrooms across the district. A special thanks to Ron Mayhew for taking the time to survey classroom teachers to tailor the purchase to instructional objectives and student interest. The Alton School District truly appreciates the ongoing support from our local Rotary Club.
News 4 Schools: Metro East school getting boost
in reading skills
Students at Alton's West Elementary are getting an extra boost in reading skills thanks to some generous volunteers.
This year a dedicated group of community members has stepped up to support our second grade students in the area of reading.
Reach Out and Read targets a thirty minute block of time in the mornings before classes start, where second grade students can