Important Dates

Tue 12/11

CTTF Epic Build #2 Showcase

 

Thur 12/13

Rockin' Eagles Chorus Show, Reflections Display, 6:00 p.m.

 

Fri 12/14

Leadership/Hat Day ($2 cash)

 

Mon - Fri 12/12 - 12/18

Candy Gram Sales, during lunch, Café.

 

Tue - Thur 12/18 - 12/20

Early Dismissal @ 1:00

 

Our Mission

The mission of 
Seminole County Public  Schools 
is to ensure  that all  students  acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens.

Principal

Pam Gamble

Assistant Principals
Jo Ann Duplantis

Charlotte Little
 

School Administration Manager
Kenneth Lewis

Snapshot and 5Essentials Surveys coming soon!

Save the Date – Mark Your Calendars –Coming in January Snapshot and 5 Essentials Surveys

Beginning January 22nd, parents, students in grades 4-12 and school staff will have the opportunity to take part in the Snapshot Survey.This 3 question open ended survey will showcase what makes each of our school’s unique.Your input and comments are important and will play a key role in spotlighting innovation and student achievements.

In addition to the Snapshot Survey, students will once again have the opportunity to participate in the 5Essentials Survey. This opportunity will allow students in grades 4-12 to share their thoughts on the important elements of their school and classroom experiences.Students will participate in these surveys during the school day.

The Snapshot and 5Essentials Surveys will be conducted January 22 – February 22, 2019.A copy of the student survey questions will be available for preview on our school website the week of January 14th.

Participation in the surveys provides valuable information on our school and helps to guide school improvement. Participant identities and survey responses are kept completely confidential and will never be connected to you or your student.

The Snapshot and 5Essentials Surveys will be administered online.On January 22ndparents will receive the link to the Snapshot Survey.The survey link will also be available on the SCPS web site.Please mark your calendars and plan to participate in this opportunity to provide your input.


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School Uniform Information

FreeLunch As we look toward the school year, we are excited to announce a new uniform policy for all students in grades K-5. Research studies have shown that students in uniform achieve at a significantly higher scholastic level than those schools without uniforms. In addition, studies also report that discipline problems drop dramatically in uniform schools, once students are able to focus on academics rather than fashion.

The new Altamonte Elementary uniform will become part of your student’s wardrobe beginning August 10, 2018. Beginning that date, Altamonte students should wear the uniform Monday – Thursday, with casual dress on Fridays. SCPS does not require uniforms to be purchased or worn.  Rather, input from the majority of parents supports this initiative.  Therefore, we will proceed and appreciate your continued support by having your children wear the uniforms according to the schedule above.

School uniforms will be easy to purchase at local stores like Wal-Mart, JCPenney, Sears and Target. The uniform will consist of:

Boys:
--White, Red, or Blue (navy preferred) collared

            ‘polo style’ shirts  

 --Blue, Black, or Khaki/Tan long pants or shorts; jeans are OK

 --Belts, closed-toe shoes/sneakers, and socks are required.

    (No sandals or flip flops—due to safety reasons)

Girls: 
--White, Red, or Blue (navy preferred) collared ‘polo style’ shirts  

 --Blue, Black, or Khaki/Tan, long pants, shorts, skirts, and skorts;

    Jeans are OK

 --Belts, closed-toe shoes/sneakers, and socks are required.

    (No sandals or flip flops—due to safety reasons)

We are looking into having an optional iron on patch available for purchase that has our school logo and name.  Information will come home when those are available.  We wanted to share this information with you now, so that you would have it for sales and school shopping over the summer.

 We appreciate your continued support and flexibility as we begin a new initiative designed to help our students focus and achieve their maximum potential. If you have any questions, please call the Altamonte office at 407.746.2950

Sincerely,

Mrs. Gamble

Principal