Alcona High School
The AAUW Gaylord Area Branch received one of only 10 grants nationwide to put on Tech Savvy, a conference designed to encourage 6th-9th grade girls to explore STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. It will take place on April 26, 2014 at the University Center in Gaylord and any girl (along with a parent/mentor) from the COPESD area is invited to attend. Click here for more information.
Alcona Community High School Dance Guidelines.to view the full list of guidelines.
School Lunch Account Information
Have you ever wondered if your child was running low on lunch money? Well now you can check from home! To get started just mouse over the "Lunch Menu" button on the left and click on "Meal Magic Instructions."
Volunteering at Alcona Schools
Alcona Community Schools welcomes volunteers from the community into our schools! If you are interested, please stop by the building office you are hoping to help at and pick up a Volunteer Form, Emergency Card, and information about obtaining a criminal background check. If you have any further questions contact Mrs. Thornton, Mr. Allison, or Mr. O'Connor.
The concept of bullying has been an issue that people go through on a daily basis no matter where you live or work. Through the summer many Alcona staff members have been meeting discussing and formulating a plan to educate students, fellow staff members, parents, and interested community members about bullying. A plan is in place for a Family Night to be dedicated solely to the education and prevention of Anti-Bullying. Please contact Brande Ellsworth at ellsworthb@alconaschoolsnet for more information or to get involved.
Alcona Community High School Earns National Award
Alcona Community High School earned a Bronze Medal for its student achievement from The U.S. News and World Report. The award places the school in the top 30% of schools in the country. Alcona also earned this award in 2007.