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Office: 407.831.0950

Fax: 407.831.6840

Altamonte Christian School

601 Palm Springs Drive

Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

school@altamontechristian.org

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Altamonte Christian School  |  A Ministry of Palm Springs Drive Baptist Church

Senate Bill 1712, the Ethics in Education Act, became effective July 1, 2008, and impacts certain operational procedures for private schools participating in the McKay and Corporate Tax Credit Scholarship Programs. This Act adds new requirements to the employee screening process, school accountability to develop standards of ethical conduct, procedures for reporting misconduct, and mandatory reporting of child abuse, abandonment, and neglect.

 

Altamonte Christian School employees have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student. Report to one of the following administrators in person or by phone:

 

Pastor Scott Carlson, Executive Director

Mrs. Denille Brownlee, Director

Mrs. Pam Piorkowski, Director of Academics

 

Altamonte Christian School employees have a duty to report actual or suspected cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect. Employees have immunity from liability if they report and will have a duty to comply with child protective investigations. The statewide toll-free abuse hotline number is 1-800-962-2873

 

Altamonte Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnicity in regard to either employment practices or student admission.

Elementary

Our elementary program extends our commitment to quality academics taught in smaller classes to younger learners. Students acquire the building blocks of literacy through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. They develop an understanding of numerical patterns and relationships with hands-on experiences. Students connect with the living and physical world by applying the scientific method and observation to scientific concepts and with the local and global community through history, geography, and foreign language study. Students’ imagination and physical development are nurtured through art, music, computer, library, and athletics.

 

Woven throughout our program is the opportunity to connect all of life’s experiences to a deeper understanding of God and his love for all people and His creation. We offer extracurricular athletic and fine arts opportunities that many of our elementary students participate in. The elementary years are such formative years and we are committed to helping students reach their full potential.

Our Elementary Faculty

K5 Supply List (PDF)

1st Grade Supply List (PDF)

2nd Grade Supply List (PDF)

3rd Grade Supply List (PDF)

4th Grade Supply List (PDF)

5th Grade Supply List(PDF)