School Policies

All school policies, dress code, discipline and attendance can be found in the school handbook.

2014-15 Parent-Student Handbook


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Alta Loma Reads!

Remember students, reading over the summer is very important to your continued success in school. Rising seventh graders (class of 2019) checked out Nerdlandia. You should read that and one more book (two more books if you are in Journalism). Remember to annotate! Rising eighth graders (class of 2018) have Nothing but the Truth. You have the same assignment as the seventh graders: choose one more book and annotate both (Yearbook needs to choose two more books). Rising 6th graders (class of 2020), you should choose two books and read both. Keep a reading log. All three grade levels should be ready to complete assignments in the first weeks of school. 7th and 8th graders will need to show their annotated books. See you in August and happy reading!

Summer Reading Assignment
Rising 8th graders
Rising 7th graders
Rising 6th graders
Book Recommendations

ALMS is a Gold Ribbon School

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson recognizes Alta Loma as one of four schools in San Mateo County for the 2017 California Gold Ribbon Award. Read more: www.cde.ca.gov

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Family Literacy Night March 2016

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