Alfred-Almond Central School


School Announcements

    Effective 6/26/19

    5:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.
    Sunday - Saturday

    Subject to change
    Please do not park out front, use the side parking lot at all times. Enjoy!


    Track Summer Hours
    Effective 6/26/19

    5:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.

    When the lane guards are out (white barriers on inside lanes) please walk on the outside of the track.
    If any equipment is left out please refrain from using it. Please stay off all track and other equipment.
    No bicycles or pets please.
    We ask that you please park in the Elementary parking lot and not alongside the road by the track.


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  • MySchoolBucks will send out an email to everyone that is enrolled and signed up for email notifications. MySchoolBucks will be disabled from June 29 through August 17 during which at this time no one will be able to add money to their account. If you have a negative balance please pay by June 28th. Thank you.

    On August 18th MySchoolBucks will be up and running and available to add money on the students accounts for the upcoming school year.

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  • For a PDF file of the brochure
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  • SYEP

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  • Summer of Innovation 2019



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  • 2019-2020 AA School Calendar

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  • Preliminary plan for the Smart Schools project

    Please send public comments to or

    Thank you.

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  • Concept Systems Global

    According to the Washington D.C.-based Afterschool Alliance, for every U.S. student currently in an afterschool program, two more are waiting to get in. Help create more afterschool opportunities in your community in just 15 minutes! Plus you can enter for a chance to win cool prizes.

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    Alfred-Almond was host to the New York State School Music Association's (NYSSMA) Choral Majors Festival on May 23.  Five schools from Zone 15 participated in the adjudication.

    Junior High Chorus

    Junior High Chorus

    Senior High Chorus

    Senior High Chorus

    The Instrumental Music Department attended the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) adjudication festival at Hornell High School on May 14.

    The Elementary Band performed level 1 literature that was selected from the NYSSMA manual.  The band impressed their judges and earned a rating of Gold.Elementary Band GOLD

    The Junior High Concert Band performed The Battle Pavane, Tempest Rising and The Scottish Regiment March as part of their adjudication.  The band earned a rating of Silver.

    Junior High Band

    The last group to perform for the day was the High School Symphonic Band.  The band performed an extremely challenging program of level 5 literature. Both judges commented on the level of musical maturity displayed by this ensemble.  At the conclusion of the performance, the Senior High earned a rating of Gold with Distinction.  A distinction rating is earned when all three selections are performed at a level deemed exceptional.

    Senior High Gold w Distinction

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  • Special Olympics Team

    Team members

    After a couple of weather-related postponements, the team was finally able to travel to Alfred State College to compete against other schools in the region.  

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2019 Co-Valedictorians and Co-Salutatorians

  • Co-Valedictorians Abby and Caroline with Co-Salutatorians Mikaela and Hanna

    Congratulations to Abby Kelly and Caroline Ding, Co-Valedictorians and Mikaela Wisniewski and Hanna Tormey, Co-Salutatiorns for the Class of 2019!

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Mission Statement

  • It is the overall mission of the Alfred-Almond Central School District to prepare each individual to live successfully in a world of rapid change, and to grow from dependence to independence. Development of self-discipline and readiness to accept responsibility for one's actions are essential characteristics of that growth.

    Our school system will provide an equal opportunity for each Alfred-Almond student to be challenged to the fullest extent of his or her ability and to assure that all students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to enable them to become productive members of society.

    This mission is best accomplished when school personnel maintain high expectations for all students, create a positive school climate, ensure a safe and orderly school environment, monitor student progress on a frequent basis, and promote effective home-school communication.

    The school system shares the responsibility for accomplishing this mission with the family and community.