Montgomery Elementary School
249 School Drive
Montgomery Center, VT  05471
Phone (802) 326-4618
Fax (802) 326-2109

Principal: Sandra A. Alexander, salexander@montgomeryk8.net
Administrative Assistant: Ruth Little, rlittle@montgomeryk8.net

The FNESU board has contracted the Vermont School Boards Association to assist in the search for a new Superintendent of Schools. As part of that process, VSBA will be convening a Candidate Screening Committee with the authority to guide the initial superintendent screening process.

The committee has two slots for board members, two slots for building administrators, one slot for a Central Office administrator, three slots for teachers, two slots for support staff, two slots for community members, and one student slot.

If you are interested in filling one of the two community member seats, please contact Shirley Carlson (scarlson@fnesu.net) or Morgan Daybell (mdaybell@fnesu.net), or at 848-7661, by this Thursday, February 23rd. Committee members will need to commit to at least five evening meetings before the end of April. If more than two community members are interested, two names will be drawn at random, with representation from different towns.



Snowfall Ball at the Montgomery Center for the Arts


"Paws for a Cause"
Students recently took up a collection for the Franklin County Animal Rescue!



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NEW THIS YEAR… The MES Code of Character

INTEGRITY

RESPECT

RESPONSIBILITY

EMPATHY AND COMPASSION

COLLABORATION

PERSEVERANCE

CRAFTSMANSHIP

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2016 Craft Show
Miss Gray with members of the LEAPS Girls Club
Alura, Maci, Ava and Makayla!
                                                                   
                          

Vision:

We will create a community that will build lifelong, confident learners,

who have the tools necessary for success in a changing world.

Mission:

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.