Albertville Primary School has partnered with the Hanover Area Food Shelf to aid in their toy and mitten drive. The Hanover Area Food Shelf collects and distributes donations to serve the needs of families residing in Albertville, St. Michael, Hanover, Rockford, Loretto, and Greenfield.

To help with this worthy cause, please send new unwrapped toys for boys and girls ages birth to age 18, as well as hats and mittens.

Donations can be dropped off in the office or labeled “donation” and sent with your child to school. Collection will begin on November 28 and run through December 2.

Thank you for supporting this deserving cause and for modeling the six pillars of character.


November 3: Early release for Kindergarten - 4th Grade students only. Bright Beginnings Preschool will follow our normal Thursday schedule.

November 8: Election Day - No School - Remember to Vote!

November 9: Wear Yellow for Respect (Character Counts)

November 11: Veteran's Day

November 17: Conferences 3:00 - 7:00 PM

November 21: Conferences 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM - No School

November 22: Conferences 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM - No School

November 23-25: Thanksgiving Break - No School

November 28 - December 2: Toy and Mitten/Hat Drive


Help us keep all of our students healthy!

We are very fortunate to have a nurse on staff here at
Albertville Primary.
At Bright Beginnings we try to adhere to the same rules as the entire district. Occasionally we may have an “epidemic” of a certain illness due to the age of our students and the tendency to place things in their mouths. Please do not send your child to school if they have had a fever, diarrhea or vomiting in the past 24 hours.

Please remember, if your child is diagnosed with COVID-19, Croup, RSV, or Strep, please call the Albertville Primary Attendance Line at 763-497-2688, then Press 1.

Parents or emergency contacts will be called in case of illness at school.

For a review of the illness policies/procedures
please check out the website:


Winter is officially almost here!

All students need to bring snow pants, boots, hats, waterproof mittens, and a warm winter coat everyday to school.


· STMA has a mass notification system that will call and email you regarding school closings or late starts.

· Parents who have ParentVue accounts are encouraged to verify email and phone numbers.

· School closing information will also be announced on local TV stations 4, 5, 9, and 11.

· Every effort will be made to sustain regular hours and programs. If busses can operate, schools will be open. Schools will not close due to severe cold; schools will close only if it is too cold to start busses or if roads are impassable.

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences are quickly approaching. Watch for a communication from your child's teacher with more information about how to schedule your child's conference using SignUp Genius.