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  • 2020 PBIS Community Cares Award Monte Vista California PBIS Platinum Award LogoGold Ribbon School Title I Academic Achievement California Business for Education Excellence Healthier School Challenge California Pivotal Practice Award Logo

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      Summer Information

      • Monte Vista office will be closed from June 2nd until July 30th and will reopen on July 31th

        July 31- August 4
        8:00 am to 3:00 PM.

        MAP summer school - 909 664-3212

        Preschool - 909 418-6898

        Monte Vista Message - 909.626.5046

        District Office - 909.459.2500

        First Day of the 2023/2024 School Year
        Wednesday August 9, 2023.

        Have a great summer vacation!

        La escuela Monte Vista estara cerrada apartir de 2 de Junia al 30 julio por vacaciones de Verano. la oficina se reabrira el dia 31 de Julio.

        31 de Julio al a4 de Agosto 8:00 am a 3:00 PM

        Para mayor information favor de llamar al:

        MAP - 909.664.3212

        Preschool - 909.418.6898

        Monte Vista (mensajes) - 909.626.5046

        District office - 909.459.2500

        Proximo ano escolar 2023/2024
        Miercoles Agosto 9, 2023.

        Disfrute sus vacaciones de Verano.

      School Events

      Monte Vista Elementary by Rosie Jimenez

      School Videos

      • Monte Vista Elementary & Montclair High School Use Mathematics to Create Bubble Wands - Video

        Leadership Matters Video - Bill Corrette & Sultana Dixon

        Healthier School Challenge Video

        Monte Vista Makeover Video


      Homeless or In Transition Students (McKinney Vento Homeless Education Act)

      • All students considered homeless or in transition, includes students who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence, are afforded certain rights under the law:

        • Immediate enrollment, even if family lacks records normally required for enrollment
        • Placement in student’s school of origin, unless is against family’s wishes
        • Transportation to and from student’s school of origin
        • Free school meals
        • It is not a crime to live in one of the above situations and schools are here to assist you and your children with enrollment and appropriate services.  This information will not be shared outside of the educational entity.

        Please call your child’s school and ask to speak to the Outreach Consultant or Principal for assistance with this process. You may also call OMSD Health & Wellness Services directly at 909-418-6398 or click this link to find out if you qualify for services: Family Support Survey

      California Community Schools Partnership Program (CCSPP)

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