Nestled at the foot of the East Napa hills, Alta Heights Magnet School creates a strong foundation of learning through discovery and exploration for its kindergarten through fifth grade students.
Our Magnet School theme of Math, Art, Science and Technology offers our teaching teams the opportunity to develop and integrate unique programs that help extend our core curriculum with project-based units that enhance our student’s education and instill a passion for learning.
The Latest News & Information:
Free Ticket Program for Students
Festival Napa Valley is thrilled to announce its annual free ticket program, available to all K-12 public school students.
The festival is dedicated to providing all members of the community access to international-quality performances. This summer, public school students can receive up to four tickets to attend any of the following festival performances at the Lincoln Theater:
Saturday July 16: Rhapsody in Blue with special guests Kathleen Battle and Aldo López-Gavilán
Tuesday July 19: Sarah Chang in Concert
Sunday July 24: Opera Gala with Isabel Leonard and Michael Fabiano
Quantities are limited and requests will be considered in the order they are received. Please reserve your tickets by May 31, 2016.
Math Parent Survey
The next Gator Gathering is June 1st. The fourth graders in Mrs. Magallano's morning class studied anti-bullying. They have created an amazing News Report complete with commercials, cartoons, interviews, and awareness videos to teach others about the harmful effects of bullying and ways to prevent it. The 11 minute video will debut at the June 1st Gator Gathering. It will then be posted here on our website, on Facebook, and on Youtube.
AHMS Family Handbook - 2015-2016 link to handbook
See the Title IX Compliance Officer and State Contacts here.
It's NVUSD's new e-flyer program. Alta Heights Magnet School has our own Peachjar account. We will post all flyers on this new site. The intention is to replace all paper flyers. Click here to visit Peach Jar for current flyers.
School Lunch Menu
Your student may qualify to receive healthy meals free or at a reduced price. Even if you think your family may not qualify, PLEASE COMPLETE THE APPLICATION - YOUR SCHOOL COULD WIN ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS!
How to do it:
1) You may still have the paper application that was sent home in your student's Back to School packet. If so, please complete it and turn it in to your school office. One form works for all your NVUSD students.
2) If you don't have the application, you can either ask for one at your school office or download and print one here. Again, complete it and turn it in to your school office.
3) If you'd like to complete the application online, click here.
Call Food Service at (707) 253-3541 with any questions.
Measure H: Find out more information by clicking the picture below.
From the FFC: Want to find out what your Family Faculty Club is doing?
If you can't make it to the FFC meeting, you can keep up to date with the FFC News Blog.
Gator Gazette: Keep up with the latest news, events, and read what's happening at the school in the Gator Gazette.
From Principal Lauran Hawker's Desk: Principal Hawker wants to connect with all the parents at our school.
To stay current with what is currently on her desk, be sure to read her blog.
Alta Heights en español: Atención de los padres que hablan español. Puedes traducir este sitio en español haciendo clic en "traducir" en la parte superior de cada página.
Napa Register's Monthly Column: NVUSD now has a monthly column in the Napa Register, called “Education Matters.” The fourth Tuesday of each month, the column discusses a topic of interest to students, parents and the greater community. Check it out here!
E-Scrip:It's a great way to donate money to our school that doesn't cost you any more than what you are already shopping for!Sign up for e-Scrip here!
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