School District of Altoona
Engage. Equip. Empower.
1903 Bartlett, Altoona, WI 54720
715-838-7347 715-839-6066 Fax
Office Hours: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM (3:30 PM on Friday)
If visiting the District Office, please enter through and check in at the main entrance of the Intermediate/Middle School.
About our community:
Altoona is located in west central Wisconsin in the heart of the Chippewa Valley. Contiguous to Eau Claire, Altoona is a community of 8,100 residents and home to about 581 businesses. The Altoona school district serves a student population of just over 1,800 students and covers just 14.79 square miles.
The school district includes the City of Altoona, a portion of the Town of Washington and to a much smaller extent the Town of Lincoln and City of Eau Claire. The district extends six miles to the east, south to highway AA, southwest to Otter Creek. The northern border is Lake Altoona. Fairfax Avenue is the district's western limit.
Three of the district's four schools, Altoona Intermediate School (4-5), Altoona Middle School (6-8), and Altoona High School (9-12) are conveniently located on one site. Our elementary school was built and opened to our K-3 student population in the 2016/17 school year. Altoona Elementary School, which is located just two miles east at 157 Bartlett Avenue, replaced Pedersen Elementary School. In the fall of 2020, we openede the Altoona Early Education Center at 745 Bartlett Avenue. We are fortunate to have 4K classrooms on-site so we can ensure our youngest learners begin their eduational careers together and in high quality programming.
Click on Schools Tab to visit the webpage for each school.
2022 Population Study
Prepared by the Applied Population Laboratory
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Community & Environmental Sociology
2021-2022 ANNUAL NOTICES
Please contact the District Office to request paper copies of any of these notices.
Click on document titles to view the notice.
Academic and Career Planning
Asbestos Management Plan
Career and Technical Education
Career and Technical Education NonDiscrimination
Directory Data and Military Recruiters
Early College Credit
Human Growth and Development
Program or Curriculum Modifications
Protection of Pupil Rights
Special Education Referrals
Special Needs Scholarship Program
Student Locker Searches
Student Religious Accomodations
Title I Program Teacher and Paraeducator Qualifications
Use of Cameras
NOTICE OF EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS FOR CHILDREN WHO RESIDE IN THE SCHOOL DISTRICT (Updated 12/13/21)
"Students are prepared academically and socially for personal success in life and are respectful,
contributing members of the local and global communities."