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2017-18 School Supply Lists by Grade Level

Vision, Mission, Moto, Goals


Vision for Success

Montegut Elementary School has adopted a growth mindset for our students, faculty, and stakeholders. We will use our past performance data to grow in student knowledge and achievement so that student learning can reach its maximum level for all students. We will employ a standards-based curriculum to focus on continued growth for all students, as well as high behavioral expectations, in order to prepare them for the next stage in the journey to college and career readiness.

Mission for Success

We believe in ourselves and work hard to achieve success.

School Motto:

Believe, Achieve, Succeed!

School Mascot: Bear Cub

School Colors/ Uniform colors: Royal Blue and White

School Goals:

  1. Our 2017–2018 School Performance Score will grow at least 5 points from our 2016-17 score.
  2. Students will enter Kindergarten ready to learn.
  3. Students will be proficient in basic literacy skills in Grades K through 2.
  4. Students will master skills (at least 75% of students) on state assessments in English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies in Grades 3 – 8.
  5. Students will be at the appropriate college and career readiness levels (at least 85%) in reading and math upon moving to the next school
  6. Students will be at the appropriate age upon moving to the next school.


Children and Abuse - HB 97

To report child abuse and neglect, call the DCFS Child Protection hotline at 1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll-free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. (8/1/16)

Parent Access to Student Progress Center

Instructions for accessing the student progress center can be found here.


The Student Progress Center can be accessed here.




2017-18 MES STEM Field Trip Sponsors

MES would like to thank the following for sponsoring our STEM Field Trips this year:


Audubon Pediatrics, LLC

Dr. P. Mark Neal, MD, LLC

Offshore Technical Solutions


These community members will allow our students to study science, technology, engineering, and mathematics happening in real life situations.  Thanks again for supporting these exciting opportunities for students!



Parent Guide to LEAP 2025

Find the Parent Guide here.