Here are the latest updates from
Denver Public Schools: Remote learning will start August 24th and continue through October 16th.
Please complete the Annual Family Update (student registration) by August 11th.
IMPORTANT: What if I took part in the Early Bird Annual Family Update in the spring?
If you completed Annual Family Update in the spring, thank you! However, we still need important information from you. We need you to enroll in the 100% virtual program option (which is fully remote/online learning) or the in-person learning option, which may include full-time in-person learning or a mix of in-person and remote learning. As a reminder, DPS will start the school year with 100% remote learning in grades K-12 through Oct. 16.
To enroll in your preferred learning option, sign into the Parent Portal and complete the “Learning Option Change Form” found on the homepage. If you are unable to complete the form on the Parent Portal, please contact the office at your earliest convenience.
See our latest Principal Letter for more helpful information!
Upcoming Important Dates:
August 11th: Complete Annual Family Update
August 13th: New Kindergarten Parents Virtual Session 4:00 – 5:00 (details coming soon!)
August 17th – 21st: Virtual Home Visits with Teachers
August 24th: First Day of School (via Remote Learning)
Montclair supports Black Lives Matter.
REQUIRED FOR ALL FAMILIES:
DPS annual Family Update will now re-open on July 27th
The Annual Family Update is a required process in which you verify
and update student’s information online.
Only the primary parent or guardian registered to Infinite Campus
can complete this update.
Don’t know your student’s ID number? Ask your student for their lunch number – it is the same. You can also find it on previous report cards.
Do you need further assistance registering for 2020-2021?
Round 2 of DPS SchoolChoice
started April 6th!
ALL Donations during COVID-19
will go directly toward Montclair families in need!
Every bit helps! If you are willing to help support
our kids’ enrichment experiences,
please log in to PayPal and search
firstname.lastname@example.org, and press “Send”!
Other easy and FREE ways to donate to Montclair!
Shopping on Amazon – Please log in through smile.amazon.com every time you shop on Amazon. Choose “Montclair School Peak Partnership” as your charity – this will be saved to your account once you choose it the first time.
Do you have a King Soopers shopper card? You can link your King Soopers membership cards (or shopper phone number) to Montclair. The school will earn 5% of all of your purchases by linking your member card(s) to the school!
The YMCA will offer before and after school care daily, and also on Thursday’s early release days. See here for information and to sign up!
Download the Flyer app for your cell phone!
This is the method we will be using to distribute
important information and Thursday folders!
Find the Flyer School app in the app store,
then choose Montclair as your school!
We are an ECE through 5th grade elementary school located at 1151 Newport Street. We would like to encourage all families from Montclair and surrounding neighborhoods to consider our school for the 2020-21 school year. Below is some information about what makes Montclair such a great school!
- Montclair is proud to be an innovation school! Curriculum is carefully selected to meet the needs of our students. Paired with a school wide enrichment model that ranges from art to engineering, we strive to bring learning to life!
- Montclair strives to create a global perspective valuing family and community by hosting social and educational events throughout the year that represent the multicultural school community we have.
- Montclair understands the importance of personalized learning for all scholars and has received a four year grant to become more impactful with our plan for nurturing our students’ individual academic progress.
- Montclair is home to 22 different languages and is one of the most diverse schools in the city. Families, students, and staff members of different cultures and backgrounds interact together daily. As a school community, we work to build tolerance, empathy and friendships across socioeconomic, racial and ethnic lines.
In addition to the points above, we put strong emphasis and energy in to: providing lots of enrichment and after school programs, focusing on the needs of our many English language learners through our ELA department and our TNLI (Transitional Native Language Instruction) program, and parent and community engagement.
We will be accepting students who live within the Denver Public Schools neighborhood boundary, and also accepting students who live outside of that boundary. More information about the SchoolChoice process can be found at SchoolChoice.