The mission of Alamo City School is to provide a safe and orderly environment where students gain the knowledge and academic skills to be productive and responsible students as they enter the next level of learning. We have a group of dedicated professionals that create a resource rich, family environment for the children of our community.
We serve a population of students from a variety of socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds. Our curriculum at Alamo Elementary is both challenging and flexible as we strive to meet the needs of all our students. Through art, music, library, and physical education the children are able to gain a better understanding of the world around them.
Over the past several years our school has also introduced many extra-curricular activities for the students as well as the community. Alamo currently provides children with an opportunity to participate in different areas of art and theatre along with sports and clubs. We are proud to offer such a wide range of activities and opportunities here at Alamo Elementary.
Alamo City School continues to participate in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program through the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.
What does CEP mean for my student(s) who attend Alamo City School? In a CEP school, all students receive a nutritious breakfast and lunch at no cost, regardless of family income.
What if my child changes schools? Your child is eligible for free meals at Alamo City School where he/she is currently enrolled. If he/she eats meals at or transfer to a non-CEP school during the school year, you may be responsible for meal charges.
Please call (731) 696-5515 with any questions.
The Alamo City School Board of Education would like to invite you to attend a community meeting on February 12, 2016 at 5:30 p.m.
Tammy Grissom, Executive Director of the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA), will be conducting a community meeting in order to hear from you!
The areas of feedback the School Board is looking for:
The results of this meeting and the meetings conducted with all faculty and staff of Alamo City School and Alamo Mayor and Board of Aldermen will be used to set the criteria for the job posting.
Please do not miss this important meeting on Friday, February 12, 2016 in the Alamo City cafeteria to make your voice heard!
If you cannot attend the meeting, please contact a school board member directly with your feedback.