Where can you go to visit the creatures of the ocean, the Olympics, AND the solar system all in one night?! The Alberton School's Student-Led Exhibition Night, of course! Join us next Wednesday, for a journey through our incredible students' second semester of work. Visitors are encouraged to visit all of the classrooms for a sneak peek into what's happening throughout Alberton School. When: Wednesday, April 27th Time: PreK-6th: 4:00-5:20pm 7th-12th: 5:30-7:00pm If you have any questions about our Student-Led Exhibition Night, reach out to the main office during regular school hours at 406-722-4413. We look forward to seeing everyone next week!
Have you heard?! The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Alberton School and, this year, we have several different ways for you to shop, pay, and support the students + library! Virtual Shopping will be open from April 21st-May 4th. In-person shopping runs from April 25th-28th. Students may be sent with cash OR you can set up an eWallet, where funds are immediately available for use at both the in-school and virtual book fairs. Plus, family and friends can contribute too! You will find a link at the bottom of this message that will give you information on the book fair, as well as easy instructions for setting up your eWallet. Alberton School recognizes that we all have our ups and downs, and sometimes extra expenses, such as a book, are not in the monthly family budget. Your donation will ensure every student can experience our special brand of #bookjoy with their classmates and leave the Fair with something they’ll love! Here’s a look at how your sponsorship donations can make a meaningful difference (the average cost of a book at the fair is $8): Sponsor a classroom library with a $24 donation Sponsor 5 students with a $40 donation Sponsor an entire class with an $80 donation Since our in-person Book Fair runs from 4/25-28, we hope to receive contributions by April 26th to ensure time for students to shop for their book. Ready to join us? Click the link below to deposit funds directly into our school's Scholastic Book Fair eWallet account OR make a check payable to Alberton School (with Book Fair in the memo) and drop it off during regular school hours. You may also mail it to us at PO Box 330, Alberton, MT 59820. If you have any questions at all, reach out to our incredible school librarian, Kerry Zahn, at 406-722-4413 x235 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Link to our Book Fair website: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/albertonschooldistrict2
Attention, parents/guardians of Junior High track athletes! Tomorrow's meeting in Anaconda has been cancelled. The meet hosts are planning on rescheduling, and we will keep you posted as that progresses. Regular practice will be held tomorrow from 4-5:30pm. Thank you so much! Go Panthers!
This is a friendly reminder that that is no school tomorrow, Monday, April 18th. School will resume again on Tuesday, April 19th. We hope you have a wonderful rest of your weekend and a great Monday! Go Panthers!
We'd like to give a big shout out to our junior high track & field team on their performance at yesterday's Copper League Meet in Frenchtown. It was our team's first meet of the season, and they ran, threw, and jumped liked champions! We cannot wait to see what the rest of your season brings! Great job, and GO PANTHERS!
Mark your calendars for our 2nd Semi-Annual Student-Led Exhibition Night! This is an evening for viewing the work and progress of the amazing Alberton students from the second semester of school. All classrooms will be open, and everyone is encouraged to visit them all for a sneak peek into what we've been up to this school year. When: Wednesday, April 27th Times: PreK-6th: 4-5:30pm | 7th-12th: 5:30-7pm If you have any questions regarding this event, please reach out to the main office during regular school hours at 406-722-4413. Please note, this event will replace parent-teacher conferences. Our teachers are always more than happy to meet with parents/guardians. If you'd like to set up a time for this, visit our website for direct email outreach to your teachers.
This is a friendly reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, April 13th is an early out for all Alberton School students. Students will be released at 3:10pm with school busses running their regular routes and arriving approximately 30 minutes early.
This is a reminder that our regularly-scheduled School Board Meeting is tonight at 7pm in the school cafeteria. All members of the public are invited and encouraged to attend. We hope to see you all there.
S E N I O R S P O T L I G H T # 1 : Liberty Notley Years at Alberton School: 3 1/2 Post-Graduation Plans: College Volunteer Activities: Earth Day Cleanups + Apple Orchard Day Staff or Teacher Who Impacted Her the Most: Mrs. Morgan because she has helped me through a lot. She has taught me so much and has helped me find myself. She is an amazing person and she does so much for everyone. Mrs. Wekkin has also impacted my life greatly. She was my first friend when I came to Alberton. She has a really great personality and never fails to put a smile on my face. Favorite Class + Why: My favorite classes are Government, Careers, and my TA class because they have my favorite teachers. Wise Words of Senior Advice for Younger Students: Stay on track and work towards what you want. You are the only person responsible for your future. Most Memorable Moment at Alberton School: My most memorable moment at this school would have to be all the stuff that happens in careers Congratulations, Liberty! We are so proud to have you as an Alberton Panther! Over the next month and a half until graduation, we will showcase each of our amazing seniors. Be sure to give them all a round of applause!
WE ARE HIRING! Alberton School District seeks candidates for a temporary custodial staff member for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year with possibility for extended work into the summer. Duties Include: Cleaning the classrooms, setting up for events, moving furniture, and other tasks as assigned. Pay: $12 per hour Hours: 3-9pm No Benefits For more information or to express interest in the position, give the main office a call during regular school hours at 406-722-4413.
Hard work pays off, and our Junior High-High School Drama team is going to share their's with you in this Friday's performance of Fairy Fails. When: Friday, April 8th! Where: Alberton School Cafeteria Time: Doors Open: 6:30pm | Show Starts: 7:00pm. The show is free to watch with donations warmly accepted. Thank you!
This is a reminder about tonight's Portrait of a Graduate Meeting that is open to ALL members of our community. You are invited to a community-wide discussion to develop Alberton's Portrait of a Graduate (POG). The POG will act as Alberton School's compass, guiding future instructional strategies, course offerings, class schedules, school calendars, curriculums, and more! We value input from all stakeholders to articulate the specific durable skills we hope our learners master as they graduate from Alberton School, and we hope you will be able to join us in this collaborative effort. When: Wednesday, April 6th Time: 6:30pm Where: Alberton School Cafeteria
The Alberton 5th & 6th grade classes are holding a bake sale fundraiser to benefit Doctors Without Borders. When: Today, Weds. 4/6 Time: 3:35 pm Where: Grassy area next to the high school
Attention Alberton students, families, educators, business-owners, tax-payers, and everyone in between! You are invited to a community-wide discussion to develop Alberton's Portrait of a Graduate (POG). The POG will act as Alberton School's compass, guiding future instructional strategies, course offerings, class schedules, school calendars, curriculums, and more! We value input from all stakeholders to articulate the specific durable skills we hope our learners master as they graduate from Alberton School, and we hope you will be able to join us in this collaborative effort. When: Wednesday, April 6th Time: 6:30pm Where: Alberton School Cafeteria If you have any questions regarding this event, reach out to the main office during regular school hours at 406-722-4413. We hope to see you all there.
Attention parents of 5th-8th graders interested in joining track + field: We will be holding an informational meeting tonight, Thursday, March 31st at 6pm in the school cafeteria! If you are unable to attend, pertinent information will be sent out tomorrow! Practice will begin after school on Monday, April 4th. Thank you!
Attention all theater-goers! Our Junior High-High School theater production of Fairy Fails has been moved to ensure all our thespians' hard work is showcased! The show will now be next Friday, April 8th! Doors will open at 6:30pm and the show will start promptly at 7:00pm. The show is free to watch with donations warmly accepted. Thank you!
Attention, Alberton School high schoolers! Follow the link below to view + download your photos from Saturday evening's prom! https://gallery.thefamilyhomesteadmt.com/2022albertonprom/
Due to set up for Friday evening's prom, Local Motion dance classes are cancelled for tonight, Thursday, March 24th! We will see you next week, and don't forget dance every you go!
We want to give a big round of applause to all of our amazing student actors who participated in last night's rendition of The Emperor's New Clothes! You all did such a wonderful job last night! And, a very big thank you to the MCT crew, our student assistant directors, and Mr. Genazzi for your hard work in making the production a success! Give them all a round of applause!
Tonight's the night! Our K-6th students have spent the week rehearsing and they're ready to share The Emperor's New Clothes with us! Join us this evening in the school cafeteria for a night of entertainment presented by Missoula Children's Theater. Doors Open: 6:00pm Play Starts: 6:30pm Free to watch. Donations welcome. We hope to see you all there!