Montebello Unified School District would like to inform you that our district’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is available for review and comments on our district website. Comments or questions can be submitted to the email address attached to the plan. Thank you.
El distrito unificado escolar de montebello les quiere informar que el borrador del Plan de Responsabilidad de Control Local (LCAP) esta disponible para revisión y comentarios por medio de la página de internet del distrito. Podrán comentar o hacer preguntas por medio del correo electrónico provisto en el plan. Gracias.
Trường học Montebello thống nhất sẽ thông báo cho bạn rằng kiểm soát địa phương Kế hoạch Trách nhiệm của chúng tôi huyện (LCAP) là có thể xem và bình luận trên trang web của huyện chúng tôi. Ý kiến hoặc câu hỏi có thể được gửi đến địa chỉ email gắn liền với kế hoạch. Cảm ơn bạn.
Students in Grade 3-5 have completed the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) Testing which now takes the place of the former California State Test (CST). Students in Grade K-5 are now completing the Diagnostic Online Reading Assessment (DORA) and the Adaptive Diagnostic Assessment of Mathematics (ADAM K-7).
Nutrition Poster Contest
Our very own fifth grader, Desiree Sinohui, was one of the top three winners in the nationwide National School Breakfast Week Art Contest. Congratulations to Desiree on her creativity and artistic talents! She is also featured on the Montebello Unified School District's website'.
Help Your School Receive Maximum State Funding
The Local Control Funding Formula is a new method used by the State of California to calculate funding for schools. Additional money is available to support and strengthen academic programs and interventions for your child(ren). For your child(ren)’s school to receive these much needed funds, it is critical for you to complete an Alternate Income Form if your child(ren) attends any Provision 2 schools listed above. These funds may be used for such things as hiring more classroom teachers, providing additional tutoring, and purchasing more instructional materials for the classroom. The district will create an accountability plan that incorporates the details of how the new funds will be used.
The information you provide on the Alternate Income Form will be used solely to apply for state education funds. This is not a meal application and will not be used by cafeterias for the school breakfast and lunch programs. Please support our school in getting the most funding possible by returning the completed form to school with your child as soon as possible. Forms with missing information cannot be processed and will cause delays.
Additional Alternate Income Forms are available at your child’s school and the Nutrition Services Department. If you have questions or need help, please call the school office or Nutrition Services Department at (323) 887-7978.
Thank you very much for your support in providing the best educational opportunities for every child in our schools!
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Thursday, June 12, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.
Seal of Biliteracy
The Seal of Biliteracy is an award given by a school, school district, or county office of education in recognition of students who have studied and attained proficiency in two or more languages by high school graduation.
The Seal of Biliteracy appears on the transcript or diploma of the graduating senior and is statement of accomplishment for future employers and for college admissions.
The State Seal of Biliteracy is intended to:
Recognize students who have acquired proficiency in English and additional
Seal of Biliteracy Brochure