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Our Principal's Message

Dear Parents and Family Members


Montebello Park Elementary Staff is working hard in providing our students with a safe, rigorous, and nurturing environment for our students.  Teachers monitor student progress through assessments and plan instruction to meet student needs.  It is important that we give each child an opportunity to be successful in school.  Our staff has committed to providing our students with a differentiated instructional model, as well as, providing positive behavior support for each of our students.


Coming up is our Smarter Balance Assessment Consortium for our 3rd, 4th, and 5th, graders.  Our testing window will be from April 16, 2018, through May 31, 2018.  Please make sure your child is in school every day and on time.  It is important that your children put in their best effort.  Please bring them to school early to have breakfast.  It is also important to have them rested, so an early bedtime is preferred.  We are excited that we have provided our students multiple opportunities to learn Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts and Math.  Please help support your child by asking them questions and having them do their best on the assessments.   


Parents are welcomed to participate in our PTA committee, to help support our school.  Our parents, staff and community work collaboratively to provide our students with a nurturing, stimulating culture of awareness and learning. 


Our goal is to provide students with the tools needed to be successful in school.  We want students to be able to make choices which will positively impact their education and beyond.  Our expectations are to have students excel in order to be the best they can be.


Our staff works collaboratively to create a learning environment that fosters high academic expectations, teaches responsibility and models lifelong learning.


Please note:   Spring Break is March 28, through April 6, 2018.  Students return April 9, 2018



Mrs. Andujo, Principal


For your reference, here is an example of a 5th grade Math Problem and 4th grade English Language Arts Problem: 


























Here is an example of a 4th grade English Language Arts Problem:



















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