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Schools of Choice:  Albion Public Schools is accepting unlimited schools of choice applications for all grade levels for all schools.    School Board Meetings 
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April Newsletter

Albion Public Schools is highest-ranked Jackson-area school on Bridge Magazine academic state champs list

 
 

Parents can also register their student for school if they have not done so yet.  Parents will need to bring a birth certificate and immunization records.

 

If you have any questions, please call Albion Public Schools at 629-9421

 

Lucky Ladies from Albion Elementary attended Girl's Science day at Albion College with Substance Abuse Prevention Services and Kids At Hope Mentoring Program on 2/15/14.   





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Changes in Student Information System

For the 2013-2014 School Year we will no longer be using Zangle.  Our new Student Information System will be Skyward.   Please be patient as our staff is trained on this great new Student Information System!

 

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AKA, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, sponsored a STEM workshop for local 6th, 7th and 8th grade students at the Battle Creek Math and Science Center on March 22nd, 2014.   Students from Albion, Lakeview, Springfield, and Northwestern Middle School attended.  The key note speaker was Dr. Maria E. Scott, the Executive Director of the Battle Creek Math and Science Center.  Also presenting were: Diana Schear science teacher (guided the students on a tour through the planetarium; teacher Mary Lindow showed students how to extract DNA from strawberries; Rachel Chapin shared requirements for college admission, important deadlines and completing paperwork on time; instructor Luke Perry gave students a tour of the center and Grindl Williams, a member of Psi Kappa Omega and Director of Upward Bound at Kellogg Community presented a workshop for parents.  The goal was for students to become more interested in and aware of opportunities in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields.

We would like to especially thank Cortaa Robinson, President of Psi Kappa Omega/ Alpha Kappa Alpha and Chairpersons Cheryl Emanuel and Burton Foster for arranging this wonderful event.

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April 29-30, 2014
If your child will be five years old before October 1, 2014, they are ready to enroll in Kindergarten at Albion!

Call our office to schedule your kindergartner for Roundup at 629-9421 today! You will need to bring your kindergartner as well as their birth certificate and immunization records.

Why choose Albion for your Kindergartner?
*Highly trained and knowledgeable teachers
*ActivTable in every classroom
*iPads and computers in every classroom
*STEM Program
*On-site full-time nurse
*Free breakfast & lunch for every student
*Many more opportunities...