Please join us for an
"Appreciation Celebration", Wednesday, October 26th from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
to honor Lois Chauvin, who is no longer driving bus for us, after providing many
years of loyal service to families in the community.
Light refreshments will be available!
Parents: How do you feel about homework? Please click on the link and let us know! Paper copies of the survey are available at school.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT:
This message is from Jay Nichols, Superintendent of Schools serving the communities of Bakersfield, Berkshire, Enosburg, Montgomery, and Richford. He is addressing the “clown” situation in the media that has everyone in a frenzy.
First, the following is a statement from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office:
“Based upon the number of concerned citizens contacting the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office as it pertains to “clowns”, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office is making the following statement:
There have been no actual sightings of clowns trying to abduct, harm, or attack any children in Franklin County. Please be aware that there may be copycat incidents; however, at this time there have been no credible sightings or credible sources indicating a pending event to lead us to believe any type of incident will occur. As of now it is just an internet hoax.
Local law enforcement agencies have been working together to address this issue. In the event you see any suspicious activity, please contact your local law enforcement agency.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted by calling (802) 524-2121 or 911 in the event of an emergency.”
Parents, we ask that you refrain from sharing news reports with your school children as many are becoming quite anxious and concerned, especially with Halloween right around the corner.
Our schools are, and will continue to be, safe. If you have any specific concerns, please contact the appropriate authorities. Additionally, no one is to enter any of our schools dressed like a clown as this situation has caused undue emotional stress for many of our students.
EMPATHY AND COMPASSION
2016 LEAPS - 1st Annual Montgomery's Got Talent Show
Mrs. Pelkey & Mrs. Baker, Coaches
Ryiah, Alex, Stewart, Oliver, Maci, Hannah, Ariella, Keaton, Emily, Ava, & Natalie!
We will create a community that will build lifelong, confident learners,
who have the tools necessary for success in a changing world.
The Montgomery Elementary School strives to be an exemplary learning community by:
* Building strong relationships in a family-like setting
* Fostering the development of the whole person
* Challenging ourselves and others to identify strengths for continual improvement
* Promoting open communication
* Learning and growing together through respectful interactions and celebrations.