Altamonte Elementary

Altamonte Elementary
4525 Pineview Street
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

Site-Base Lead
Nichole LaMarr

Hours of Operation
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., 3:10 PM – 5:40 PM (2:10 – 5:40 Wed.)
With the exceptions of holidays, early release, and school closings

Purpose of 21st CCLC:
21st CCLC programs provide safe environments for students during non-school hours. The program provide a range of high-quality services that support student learning and personal development. Programs include STEM based academic support, with reading and writing development, personal enrichment on topics such as character education along with health and fitness activities. 21st CCLC is at no cost to families!

Population Served:
21st Century serves the Kindergarten – 5th Grade students and families of Altamonte Elementary.

Programs Offered:

  • Homework time
  • Math enrichment
  • Reading/language arts enrichment
  • Science enrichment
  • The arts
  • Physical education
  • Technology


Important Documents

Student Handbook | Student Application | Grant | Summative Report

Students learning about coding and circuits

Students coloring large U.S. flag in classroom

Students testing racers made of recycled water bottles

Students outside with balloons

Earth day art made from torn construction paper

students learning about food groups

students building paper block towers

Students making Dr. Seuss art

Students in classroom drawing insects

Students displaying insect artwork

Students creating art to remember Martin Luther King, Jr.

Students making New Years Resolution door hangers

Students making energy dioramas

Students creating pin wheels

students painting hands to create holiday art

students making holiday art

students creating art with shapes

Poundfit visits Altamonte 21st Century

The Pumpkin Patch PBL help students with estimation and measurement concepts

November PBL tower building activity

Updated 12/12/2017