The Alberton Music Program is offering a Valentines Day music delivery that includes a customized note, handmade flower, and, of course, live musicians to serenade your sweetheart. This fundraiser is helping students pay for a performance trip at the end of the semester. The QR code on the poster will take you to a google form to request a delivery. We will travel up to 15 miles out of Alberton. Feel free to email Mr. Genazzi at sgenazzi@alberton.k12.mt.us with any questions and thank you for supporting the Alberton Music Program!
6 months ago, Alberton School
Valentine’s Day music delivery
This is a friendly reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, February 2nd is an Early Out Day. Kids will be released at 3:10pm, with busses running their regular routes and drop-offs being approximately 30 minutes early. Thank you!
6 months ago, Alberton School
Early Out this Wednesday
Our Junior High girls’ home basketball game for tomorrow, 2/1 will be played next Thursday, 2/10! Check out the upcoming schedule below, and come cheer on our Panthers!
6 months ago, Alberton School
basketball schedule
Our Panthers Junior High Girls’ basketball team will be in Drummond for a double-header today at 4:30 + 5:30! Send them all the good luck you’ve got! GO PANTHERS!
6 months ago, Alberton School
We are so excited to announce the launch of our new website + mobile app. Keep up with all things Alberton school, right in your pocket and delivered right to your device. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3AFSsIa or iPhone: https://apple.co/3lnZEEf
6 months ago, Alberton School
Alberton school app
We are thrilled to announce the start of our After-School Program, beginning Monday, February 28th! Check out the flyer below for details, and give the main office a call at 406-722-4413 to sign up!
7 months ago, Alberton School
Alberton After School Program Informational Flyer
The Alberton Public School District would like to thank all of our staff, students, parents and guardians for helping to keep our schools safe places for learning despite the challenges created by the current pandemic. As we continue to take steps that keep us in our regular routines, there continues to be spread of the COVID-19 virus in our state, county, and community. We wanted to share a few practices we hope will help keep everyone safe and slow the spread of illnesses. •If your child is not feeling well, please keep them home from school. Even if COVID has not been confirmed, it’s still a good idea to keep your child home until you have talked with a health care provider or test results are known. Your child may not have COVID, but they could still be sick with a cold, flu, strep throat, or other contagious ailment. •Please do not use fever reducing medications and then send your child to school. This should be the practice at all times, not just for the current conditions. •If someone in your household has a confirmed case of COVID-19, please consider all household members as close contacts and get tested. The new variants of the COVID virus have been found to be more easily transmitted, so we need to continue taking measures that will slow the spread. Keeping our students learning in school is extremely important to us. If we all work together, we can ensure that continues while also keeping our amazing students, teachers, and staff healthy and safe. If your student will be missing school, please call the main office at 406-722-4413 to report them absent. Thank you all so much.
7 months ago, Jeff Crews
Good Morning, The safety of students and staff is our number one concern and given the severity of the roads, especially our bus routes, we have decided to cancel school for the day (Wednesday, January 12th). Again, today will be a snow day due to weather & road conditions. Please stay safe!
7 months ago, Jeff Crews
We are so proud to announce the release of our student-led newsletter The Albertowner! Click the link below to read the debut edition, and be sure to make your way through the whole thing to find out how you can support these amazing students in this endeavor! https://www.alberton.k12.mt.us/news-and-events
9 months ago, Alberton School
Good morning, Alberton! We have a few friendly reminders about morning drop-offs at the school. To ensure the safety of all students and staff, we are again asking parents to no longer drop off their children in the school parking lot. The designated drop-off site is the street location just outside of the elementary school playground. We are also asking any community members to please avoid using the street drop-off location for parking their cars between 7:00-8:00am and, again, from 3:00-4:00pm. This will keep the drop-off area clear and flowing well and will also cut down on children needing to cross Railroad Avenue. During this time of year, especially, it is still fairly dark in the mornings, and a lot of cars are traveling on the main road. This is also the perfect opportunity to remind the Alberton community as a whole that many children arrive at school via foot or parent drop-off between 7:30-8:00am. Please, be mindful and safe as you are driving through town and past the school. If you have any questions regarding school drop-offs and/or parking, please call the main office during regular school hours at 406-722-4413. We thank you all for your understanding and cooperation as we continually work to keep our students safe while at school.
9 months ago, Alberton School
a friendly reminder from Alberton school