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Vision, Mission, Motto, 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 by Grade Level:

• Montegut Elementary School will grow from estimated 73 SPS on the new 2018 scale to 78 SPS.

• PreK: 75% of PreK students will meet or exceed PreK literacy and math standards in TS-Gold.

• Kindergarten: 75% or more of students will read K sight words within a 2 second recall and add and subtract fluently up to 5.

• Grade 1: 72% of students will reach a score of 47 words correct for DIBELS oral reading fluency and 70% will meet or exceed proficient score for the district EOY math assessment.

• Grade 2: 75% of students will reach a score of 87 words correct for DIBELS oral reading fluency and 70% will meet or exceed the proficient score for STAR math benchmark assessments.

• Grade 3: Index scores (using 2016-17 scale) for ELA will increase from 92 to 97 and math index scores will increase from 93.4 to 98.4. The social studies index score will increase from 71.7 to 76.7.

• Grade 4: Index scores (using 2016-17 scale) for ELA will increase from 94.6 to 99.6 and math index scores will increase from 73 to 78. Social studies index scores will increase from 53.4 58.4.

 

 

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.

 

 

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