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Kindergarten Orientation, May 6

Elementary Schools of the Greater Albany School District will conduct Kindergarten orientations on May 6, 2014. Times of the orientations will vary. Please review the orientation schedule for the time at each location. Parents may identify the school serving their neighborhood by referring to the online "School Finder and Boundary Information" or by calling the Tranport-ation Office at 541-967-4626. Children must be at least five years old on September 1, 2014 to begin school.

   View the Kindergarten Orientation flyer
   Read more from the April 15, 2014 Education Update.

Advanced Diploma Program

ODE Releases School Report Cards for 2012-13

Three District schools earn overall Level 5 ratings

Oregon Department of Education

West Albany High School and Oak Grove and Clover Ridge Elementary Schools all earned overall Level 5 ratings on their school report cards from the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).

Level 5 is the highest rating possible, placing these schools in the top 10% of schools in the state. Four Greater Albany schools demonstrated improvement of one level from their 2011-12 ratings (Clover Ridge, Lafayette, Memorial and South Albany).

    Click here to view school report cards on the ODE website.
    Click here to view Greater Albany's district report card.


Albany Online! learning program with K¹² and Aventa curriculum.

Albany Online! Learning Program

The Albany Online! learning program offers exceptional learning experiences to k-12 students in Linn and Benton counties. The program is based on decades of education research, and uses K¹² and Aventa curriculum to provide the tools kids need to succeed—in school and beyond. Here's why families have chosen Albany Online! for their kids:

   Individualized learning approaches. The curriculum, which
     covers core subject areas, packages high-quality lessons with
     mastery-based assessments. Learn more about K¹².

   Online planning and assessment tools and resources. Hands-
     on materials, ranging from textbooks and microscopes to rocks,
     dirt, and more. Learn more about Albany Online!