Monticello Elementary
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School Community Council

School Community Council 2017-2018

www.schoollandtrust.org

     School Community Council elections are held annually in the fall of each school year.  Nominations are open from July 15th through August 3rd.  A parent letter explaining the purpose of School Community Council, invitation to become a member, election dates, and a nomination ballot are sent home in the summer (July).  Election notices are also printed in the San Juan Record. Elections are held during regularly scheduled registration days in August. 

     The following documents are available on this website as well as on the School Land Trust website listed above.  We also keep a hard copy at the MES office for your conveneinece.  A copy of our current 2017-2018 School Land Trust Plan can be found on the www.schoollandtrust.org website.  A hardcopy can also be viewed at the MES office.   Our monthly agenda and draft minutes are posted at least one week prior to our meeting.  Please feel free to attend our meetings and add to the agenda if you have an idea to share.  Click on a link below to view the following documents.                   School Land Trust Timeline 

Meeting Schedule & Contact Information    Monthly Teacher Presentation Schedule    Rules of Order and Procedure

Digital Citizenship    Financial Report    Final Report    Nomination Ad    Parent Notification Letter    Title1Compact

2017-2018 Monthly Agendas and Draft Minutes   Sept.  Oct.  Nov.  Dec.  Jan.  Feb.  March  April   May

 

 

MES 2018 School Survey

Thank you for participating in our 2018 MES School Stakeholder Surveys at MES. Please click on the links below to access the classroom-level survey and the school leadership survey for parents.  

Parent Survey Classroom Link

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mes_parent

Parent Survey School Leadership Link: 

  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mes_prin_parents 

Thanks for your support!

 

 

 

 

MES Staff



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