2019 Magna First Place Award
We are one of five US school districts and the only Wisconsin school district, with enrollments under 5,000 to receive this award for equity programs. The Magna Awards, honor districts across the country for programs that break down barriers for underserved students. A panel of school board members, administrators, and other educators selected the winners from 200 submissions!
2018 Spectrum Award of Merit in School Communications
WSPRA Spectrum Awards recognize high-quality public relations efforts produced by or on behalf of Wisconsin school districts. This year, this statewide competition honored 42 school districts with awards.
Best High School 2019
US News High School Ranking
- AHS ranks #60 out of 517 High Schools in Wisconsin & #1939 in the National Ranking out of 17,245 Schools
- AHS was also recognized as a Silver "BEST High School" in 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013
May 3, 2019
Daeja Loew Takes a Win at Nationals
April 9, 2019
Maker Movement Continues
April 5, 2019
Principal Finalists Announced
March 12, 2019
2019 Teacher Fellowship Award
March 11, 2019
AHS Junior, Daeja Loew, State Champion POETRY OUT LOUD
March 7, 2019
2019 Magna Awards for Equity Programs
January 8, 2019
Leap into Welcoming LeRoy Butler
November 12, 2018
Altoona School District Earns Specturm Award in School Communications
October 31, 2018
School Board Appointment
October 28, 2018
Fab Lab Open House
October 3, 2018
Partnership Announced: Athletic Complex Project
Back to School 2018
Back to School 2017
Back to School 2016
Back to School 2015
Special Edition Summer 2015
Back to School 2014
Back to School 2013
District Social Media Guidelines
The School District of Altoona realizes that adapting to the changing methods of communication is part of 21st century learning. As such, it is important that teachers, students and parents engage, collaborate, learn and share in these digital environments as part of of 21st century learning.
To this aim, the Altoona School District has developed the following guideline to provide direction for instructional employees, and the school district community when participating in online social media activities. Whether or not an employee chooses to participate in a blog, wiki, online social network or any other form of online publishing or discussion is his or her own decision. Free speech protects educators who want to participate in social media, but the laws and courts have ruled that schools can discipline teachers if their speech, including online postings, disrupt school operations.
The School District of Altoona social media guidelines encourage employees to participate in online social activities. But in doing so, it is important to create an atmosphere of trust and individual accountability, keeping in mind that information produced by Altoona School District teachers is a reflection on the entire district and is subject to the district's Acceptable Use Policy. By accessing, creating or contributing to any blogs, wikis, or other social media for classroom or district use, you agree to abide by these guidelines. Please read them carefully before posting or commenting on any blog or creating any classroom blog, wiki and/or podcast.