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  • Education Update
  • Summer Food Program
  • 2014-15 Budget
  • Albany Online!

Book & Ice Cream Giveaway Promotes Summer Reading

Albany Friends of the Library Albany Friends of the Library Book and Ice Cream Giveaway has partnered with an Albany restaurant owner and area fire departments to promote summer reading in a dramatic way.
   Matt Bennett of Sybaris Restaurant, and Albany Pix Theater's Rod and Denise Bigner have gathered 20-plus boxes of children's books. Area fire depart-ments will help distribute the books and deliver ice cream by fire truck to the campuses of District schools following free summer meal programs (when possible). In addition to reading books, Bennett will provide ice cream to participating children.

    Read more from the July 22nd Education Update
    View Book & Ice Cream Giveaway schedule (District Calendar)

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Summer Food Program

Nutrition Services provides free summer meals to children ages 1 through 18. The meal program will operate through August 15.
Breakfast
is available from 8:30 to 9am at Boys & Girls Club.
Lunch is offered at multiple locations. More information is below:

Summer Food Program
Breakfast/Lunch Menus
Schedule and Locations

  Central Elementary
  Takena Elementary
  Lafayette Elementary
  Waverly Elementary
  Sunrise Elementary
  South Albany High
  Meadows Apartments
  Boys & Girls Club

Advanced Diploma Program
2014-2015 Budget graphic

Superintendent's Budget Message

"I entitled my budget mes-sage "Investing in Student Learning" and that remains my focus. The district must continue to align our time, talents and resources on this critical investment. While the revenue picture at the state level has improved, we cannot be deceived in to thinking that resources can address every need and wish. There will always be the requirement to prioritize what we do to ensure that we get the best return for every dollar spent. Unfortunately, that will include having to say "no" or "not yet" to things that we would really like to fund."

   Read the complete Budget Message.
   View Budget Highlights for 2014-15.

 

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!