Altha Public School
25793 N Main Street
Altha, FL 32421-3351
PH: 850-762-3121
FAX: 850-762-9502
Website maintained by: Sara Waldorff

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Bell Schedule - View PDF

2013-14 Title VI Award Notification - View PDF

MLA Citation and Formatting Links - Visit Website

Algebra Nation - Visit Website

Khan Academy - Visit Website

Online Keyboarding Lessons - Visit Website
Glencoe's Online Keyboarding Lessons

Learn 360 - Visit Website

SSYRA grades 6-8 - Visit Website

Book Trailers for Readers - Spotlight on 3-5 SSYRA - Visit Website

Florida Electronic Library - Visit Website

Search Florida K-12 Libraries - Visit Website

C2CSchools Link - Visit Website

Big Ideas Math - 6th - 8th Grades - Visit Website

Infotrac - Visit Website
Gale Databases

EdOptions - Visit Website
High School Credit Recovery

OdysseyWare - Visit Website
Middle School Credit Recovery - Visit Website
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CyberSafety Links - View PDF
CyberSafety Links mentioned by our guest speaker... Michelle Mabry, MSW Victim Advocate Bureau of Advocacy & Grants Office of the Florida Attorney General PL - 01, The Capitol Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050

School Accountability Report - Visit Website


Florida's Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) - Visit Website
The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) is part of Florida's overall plan to increase student achievement by implementing higher standards. The FCAT, administered to students in Grades 3-11, contains two basic components: criterion-referenced tests (CRT), measuring selected benchmarks in Mathematics, Reading, Science, and Writing from the Sunshine State Standards (SSS); and norm-referenced tests (NRT) in Reading and Mathematics, measuring individual student performance against national norms.

School Improvement Plan - View PDF

FCAT Released Tests - Visit Website
The FCAT Released Tests in reading, mathematics, and science should be used to increase the comfort level of students and parents with the FCAT, enabling students to take the FCAT with confidence. Students, parents, and teachers should use the released tests to better understand the FCAT and the types of reading passages and questions included on the test. The released tests can also be used to illustrate the length of an actual test and the difficulty of the questions on the test.

Florida Education Channel Newsletter - Visit Website

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