Our Mission

The mission of the
Seminole County Public Schools
is to ensure that all Early Childhood Program and PreK-Grade 12
students acquire the knowledge, skills,
and attitudes to be productive citizens in our great country and in the global economy.

Pam Gamble

Assistant Principal
Shaun Kelley

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Family and Community Engagement Activities

Click on the link below for information about upcoming parent workshops!

Visit the SCPS Family Engagement website for parent resources, workshops, and more!
 Family Engagement

2015-2016 Elementary Testing Video and FAQs

Click on the link below to access the SCPS Elementary School Testing Update video from Dr. Griffin

Click here to access Elementary Testing Frequently Asked Questions

Iowa Assessments Information

Message to Parents about Iowa Assessments

This year, Seminole County students in Kindergarten, First, Second, and Third grade will be administered the Iowa Assessments, Form E/F, in the fall and in the spring.  This battery of subtests measures student skills in several important content areas, including Vocabulary, Word Analysis, Reading, Listening, Language, Mathematics, Computation, and Science. The subtests that your student will take depend on his or her grade level. 

Seminole County Public Schools is dedicated to ensuring that students receive rigorous high quality instruction that results in the academic growth of each student.  The results of the Iowa Assessments will provide a measure of each student’s strengths and areas of growth.  Teachers will utilize this data to guide instructional decisions that best support students’ learning.  Additionally, Iowa Assessment results will show parents how their student is performing in comparison to other students at the same grade level nationally.

The fall administration will take place within the regular classroom or test accommodation setting from Tuesday, October 20 through Wednesday, October 28.

Parents will be provided score reports about four weeks after tests are completed. These scores will indicate how your student performed on the test compared with students across the nation in the same grade.

An informational letter and Frequently Asked Questions document containing more information about the Iowa Assessments will be provided to your student prior to testing. 
If you have additional questions after reading these documents, please contact Assistant Principal, Shaun Kelley at 407-746-2950 or shaun_kelley@scps.k12.fl.us.

SCPS Text Message Alerts

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SCPS Text Message Alerts

Family Engagement

Family Engagement - Family Engagement Home

Research shows that parent involvement in education is crucial. No matter their income or background, students with involved parents are more likely to have higher grades and test scores, attend school regularly, have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school.


Important Notes for our Parents

School Insurance

It's affordable and easy to get.  Only $14 to cover your child during school hours for the school year or $42 to provide 24 hour coverage for the entire year (From August 2014 - August 2015).

Please follow this link ()  to the Florida School Insurance website to get started.

To the Parents and all members of the Altamonte Elementary  Community:

The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has created The Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) Portal. This website was created to encourage students, parents, and the general public to access information about the 2015 state assessments.

Parents can access training tests to see what the new state assessment for 2015 will look like. 

Please click the link below to access the FSA Portal