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Our Mission...
The mission of Albert City-Truesdale School is to offer equal opportunities for all students to develop the knowledge, skills and character necessary to successfully live in their ever changing global world of work, community, and family.

 

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Albert City-Truesdale CSD
Box 98
300 Orchard Street
Albert City, IA  50510

Phone: 1-800-252-7928
Phone: 712-843-5416
Fax: 712-843-2195

AC-T Mission Statement:
The mission of the Albert City-Truesdale School is to offer equal opportunities for all students to develop the knowledge, skills and character necessary to successfully live in their ever changing global world of work, community, and family.

AC-T Vision Statement:
The Albert City-Truesdale CSD works cooperatively and collaboratively to teach, model and practice academic and behavioral expectations.  At AC-T School, students, staff, parents, and community members are committed to providing a learning environment where everyone:  has opportunities for success, has a positive attitude, engages in meaningful lifelong learning opportunities, and is a responsible, respectful member of all communities.

AC-T Beliefs Statement:
Our school community includes all staff, students, parents and members of the community.  We maintain that a positive attitude is essential.  We provide an environment where all people can feel safe.  We teach academics as well as social and behavioral expectations.  We utilize collaborative relationships to provide a process for accomplishing goals.  We promote involvement in lifelong learning opportunities.  We encourage staff to continue to learn; and we realize our school must continue to improve.

Parents have the "right to know" teacher qualifications as follows: approvals, endorsements, whether the teacher is state-certified, whether the teacher is teaching under an emergency or provisional license, the baccalaureate degree or major area of the teacher and any other graduate degree or certification, whether children are provided the services of a paraprofessional and his/her qualifications. The Albert City-Truesdale Community School District ensures that parents will be notified in writing if their child has been assigned, or has been taught by a teacher for four or more weeks who is not considered highly qualified.  Persons wishing to receive information regarding teachers in the Albert City-Truesdale CSD should contact the central office 843-5416 or write Albert City-Truesdale CSD, 300 Orchard St., Albert City, IA 50510.

Equal Opportunity Policy
The policy of the Albert City – Truesdale Community School District is to ensure that students and employees shall be treated equitably in educational programs, activities, and employment regardless of their race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity, national origin, religion, age, SES, or disability. There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination. If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact Sarah Voyles, Affirmative Action/Equity Coordinator, Albert City-Truesdale Community School District, 300 Orchard Street, Albert City, Iowa 50510. (712) 843 – 5416  svoyles@albertct.k12.ia.us

Homeless Children and Youth
The board will make reasonable efforts to identify homeless children and youth of school age within the district, encourage their enrollment, and eliminate existing barriers to their receiving an education which may exist in district policies or practices. These policies and practices include the areas of school records, immunization requirements, waivers of fees or charges, enrollment requirements/placement, residency, transportation, and special services. The designated coordinator for identification of homeless children and for tracking and monitoring programs and activities for these children is the school nurse.

A homeless child is defined as a ” is defined as a child or youth from the age of 3 years through 21 years who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence and includes the following:

  1. A child or youth who is sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason; is living in a motel, hotel, trailer park, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations; is living in an emergency or transitional shelter; is abandoned in a hospital; or is awaiting foster care placement;
  2. A child or youth who has a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings; 
  3. A child or youth who is living in a car, park, public space, abandoned building, substandard housing, bus or train station, or similar setting; or 
  4. A migratory child or youth who qualifies as homeless because the child or youth is living in circumstances described in paragraphs “1” through “3” above.