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South Whittier School District’s Board of Education has voted to shut down Monte Vista Elementary School next school year. But the 204 fourth- through sixth-grade students attending there this year won’t have far to go to attend Los Altos Elementary School next year.

Los Altos Elementary School, which now houses transitional kindergarten through third grade but will add fourth through sixth next school next year, is no more than a hop, skip and a jump away.

“It’s only only about 150 to 200 feet away from Los Altos,” Superintendent Gary Gonzales said of Monte Vista in a telephone interview on Wednesday, April 21, the day after the board on a  5-0 vote approved the closure.

“Only a chain-link fence separates the two schools,” Gonzales said. “They’re literally on the same block, he said. “They share the property.”

Los Altos opened in 1957 and Monte Vista in 1968.

In a Wednesday telephone interview, board President Jan Baird said the fact the two schools are so close should make the change easier on parents and students.

“The kids from Los Altos go on to Monte Vista so it’s going o be  an easy transfer,” Baird said. “So far, I’ve received no complaints.”

Closing Monte Vista, will save more than $500,000, much of that savings is coming from a loss of one principal, Gonzales said.

That’s the amount district projections show will be needed to balance the budget in the next couple of years, he said.

Gonzales said Los Altos, which has a total student capacity of 550, has enough room for students from both schools. Monte Vista has 204 students and Los Altos has 313.

Monte Vista’s blacktop area will continue to be used as additional space for physical education classes, Gonzales in February told a district advisory committee that recommended the closure. However, Monte Vista’s classrooms will not be used for educating students.

Gonzales also said the district has no intent of selling or leasing the property. Instead, it will become a parent center for the district where the district can hold professional development and house parent classes along with giving the district an opportunity for local community colleges and agencies to provide services to our families and parents.

This will also allow Whittier Union High School District and opportunity to teach ESL classes to parents, he said.

There also are plans to increase parking lot space for additional drop off points along with additional entrances for students to be able to enter and leave the campus, Gonzales said.

Students will be allowed to enter Los Altos through the Monte Vista side due in part to a walkway that is going to be enhanced to give access to all students, he said.

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Sours: https://www.whittierdailynews.com/2021/04/21/south-whitttier-school-district-to-close-monte-vista-elementary-school
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Progress Report Parent Guide

Mrs. Piccchiottino

As you browse our web site, you will find links to pages that will provide you with information about our school, the calendar and school hours, our PTA, School Accountability Report Card and directions to our school. Monte Vista opened in 2003 as the ninth elementary school in Murrieta Unified School District. The mission at Monte Vista Elementary School is to provide a fun, empowering environment for lifelong success. Monte Vista Elementary School is a partnership of students, teachers, parents and community all working together to provide a challenging educational experience for our students. Respect is fostered in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual understanding.

 

Our goal of providing experiences and opportunities that lead Monte Vista students to become contributing members of the community and lifelong learners in the process is echoed in our motto, “Learners Today are Leaders Tomorrow”.We appreciate your interest in our school and welcome you. We look forward to getting to know you better! We invite you to visit our school and our District web site  to learn more about how we and the Murrieta Valley Unified School District are working to inspire every student to think, to learn, to achieve and to care.

 

Sincerely, 
Pamela Picchiottino
Principal
Sours: https://www.murrieta.k12.ca.us/montevista
Welcome to Monte Vista Elementary School

Parent Pupil Rights and Responsibilities Handbook / Derechos Y responsabilidades de los padres y los alumnos 2021-2022

Meg Greene, Principal

 

 

 

Dear Mustangs,

 This summer has been one for the history books.  As we prepare for Back to School 2020, we are doing everything possible to get our school ready in a safe manner for the return of all our students.  However, our Board of Education and our Superintendent, Jerry Almendarez, want to make sure that our schools are safe before we resume teaching at our site. That means we will begin the year in a virtual setting. You may also choose to continue with virtual instruction when we do invite students back to campus if that is your preference.

We will continue  to do our best to educate our students everyday.  We are preparing devices and hotpsots to insure every child has access to their teachers and will receive rigorous and engaging instruction daily.  In these challenging times, it means that our parents, staff, and students are going to have to work together to make sure we create effective and engaging learning environments within our community.  Parents, we understand that you are being asked to do more than you ever have.  We need your support.  Create daily schedules for your children, make sure that if you have a hot spot, it is only being used for educational purposes (or it will run out of data before the end of the month), download the ParentSquare app, and inform the school if you need anything. We will help, if you let us know what your needs are!

When school resumes, daily attendance will be a requirement, even though they are learning from home. Our expectations will coninue to be high, which means daily attendance, particpation in instruction, joining classes on time, and completing assignments.  If your children are struggling please reach out to the teacher for help.  We will all need to have a growth mindset and a "can-do" attitude.  I am confident that our Mustangs will continue to strive to do their best everyday. Each lesson will help prepare them for a successful future, college and career. The tools they learn today will serve them wellin the future.

We all look forward to the day we can welcome the students back to campus. We miss them!  Until that happens, we are creating engagin virtual learning opportunities for our Mustangs.  We will use a variety of applications (Google Classroom, Flip Grids, Nearpod, etc...), we will make sure ALL students have learning devices, we will strive to create the strongest relationships possible during these times, and we will constantly reflect on how we can better teach our students.

I am proud to be a part of the Monte VIsta community  that has always worked together to help one another and offer the best learning opportunities for our students.  I know that when we work together, we will succeed. We will learn together. When we faces challenges we know we can overcome them together. We can do this together.

Please download the Parent Square app and check your email regularly for communication from me, the teachers, the district, and Permission Click. Make sure we have current contact information, phone number and email so you don't miss any important messages.

Stay safe!

Sours: https://www.sausd.us/montevista

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