Closed Session Only - Call To Order @ 3:00 p.m. Click to view agenda
June 8-10, students in 5th through 8th grade will be asked to take the YouthTruth Student Survey. The survey will ask students about their experiences with learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, and their social and emotional development while their school sites have been closed. Read story for more details.
Incoming 7th graders need a device for summer?
Effective June 1, 2020, District Office - Administration Bldg. will take appointments to accept transfer requests, new student registration, developer fees and other district requests. Read story for more details.
Click the link above for details regarding our 6th grade promotion ceremony.
Dear Montgomery students and families, I hope you are safe, healthy and happy. We are entering the last four weeks of school which means I will be sharing with you some important reminders/updates for the end of the school year. Please click the link above for more information.
Order your 2019-2020 yearbook today! Book Price:$25.00. Click on title above to order.
In partnership with Resources for Educators, please click the link above for free tips and guidance to support parents and children at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
May's Home & School Connection is now available by clicking the link above.
Your child's teacher will be providing classroom assignments via Google Classroom. Your child can take a photo of their work and attach it to their assignments via the Google Classroom app on your smart device. Click the link above to learn how to install & download Google Classroom App on all devices.
Your child's teacher will be providing learning materials via Google Classroom. Your child can access their materials by logging into Google Classroom using their district username and password. Click the link above to learn how to join google classroom.
Click the link above to watch a short video on why attendance still matters as we move into Distance Learning at Montgomery.
Are you having difficulty connecting your school device to your home internet or have other technical difficulties? Click the link above for more information on tech support available.
Montgomery Families: As we embark on our official launch of Distance Learning for John J. Montgomery, starting on April 20th until June 12th, click on the link above to view our slide deck to find out more information about how you can prepare. If you have any questions, please reach out to your child's teacher or email Ms. Worthy at email@example.com. Be healthy, happy, and safe.
Welcome to John J. Montgomery Elementary School! Click on the link above and read the directions carefully. You will find our registration packets. Email all necessary documents to our school secretary, Patty Maciel, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let your child help you fill out the Census form and make sure everyone in your household is counted. Explain that the information helps our government make important decisions like how much money schools need based on how many students there are.
Now that we spend much of our time at home, it's hard to decide how to fill our days and be active. Creating chalk art on your driveway is not only a fun way to be outdoors, but can also be a source of positivity for our communities! It would be great if you could join others in our Evergreen neighborhood in pouring your creativity, artistry, and empathy into driveway art, from writing positive messages to drawing beautiful images. Post on your social media page and use #EvergreenDriveway.
Children can ask up to 300 questions per day! Instead of answering right away, encourage curiosity by asking your child to respond. Questions like "What do you think?" and "How can we find out?" get your youngster thinking and exploring.
For families that requested a device for distance learning, please click on the link above for more information. This is based on need and request only.
Smoking or vaping make people more vulnerable to contracting respiratory infections because it damages lung tissue. As we know, COVID-19, a respiratory disease in our lungs caused by the coronavirus, currently poses a threat to our health and community. It is important that we do what we can to boost our immune system so that even if we contract the coronavirus, our bodies can fight the virus successfully. Please encourage your loved ones to stay away from smoking or vaping and/or exposing others to second hand smoke/vape aerosol. Here is an optimal opportunity to cut back or quit as we are practicing social distancing and doing our best to stay healthy during this challenging time. Click above for more information.