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Contact Us

Main Office:  (925) 479-6100

Attendance:  (925) 479-6198

Fax:              (925) 828-1727

Office Hours

7:30am -4:00pm


March Calendar

March 5 PTA Pizza/Bingo/Disco 6-8 pm MPR
March 5 School Site Council Meeting 3:15 pm
March 6 Spring Pictures
March 6 End of 2nd Trimester
March 8 SRV Council of PTA's Parenting Conference
March 10 PTA Board Meeting - 6:30 pm in Library
March 10 SBAC Testing Window Begins Grades 3-5
March 11 PTA Staff Luncheon - Hosted by K and 1st
March 12 MEF Board Meeting - 4 pm in Library
March 13 Teacher Work Day - NO SCHOOL
Mar. 16-20 Conference Week - 11:50 Dismissal Gr 1-5
March 18 PTA Breakfast Book Club 7:30 am in MPR
March 25 PTA Association Meeting - 6pm in Library
March 27 PTA Movie Night!  6:15 - 8:30 pm in MPR


2015-16 TK/Kindergarten Enrollment

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Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten Enrollment begins February 1st.  The following are key dates for the enrollment process

  • February 1           Online Enrollment opens
  • February 2-6        Current TK to Kindergarten and Incoming       Kindergarteners with siblings bring summary form and required documents to Montevideo
  • February 9-27       All Incoming TK and Kindergarten students      bring in summary form and required documents to Montevideo

Transitional Kindergarten Information Nights:

  • January 20, 2015    6:30 pm at Country Club
  • January 21, 2015    6:30 pm at Montair

Kindergarten Readiness Information Nights:

  • January 28, 2015    6:30 pm at John Baldwin
  • January 29, 2015    6:30 pm at Quail Run



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Principal's Coffee Dates

Please join Mrs. Tasha Snow, Montevideo Principal, at a meeting to help keep parents informed about day-to-day student life and answer any questions that you may have in a casual, friendly forum. 

All meetings are at 8:30 am in the MPR.


  • March 4 - Discussion on new CAASPP testing.
  • April 1          

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Here at Montevideo we firmly believe:

  • Every child deserves a free and top quality education.
  • ALL students can learn when learning is relevant.
  • The Common Core Standards provide equity, opportunity, access to higher level thinking and a rigorous education for all.
  • Character development and rigorous academics are equally important in preparing our students for secondary school, college and the workforce.
  • Students flourish when education includes art, music, science and social science.
  • Parent participation is key to student success.
  • Education leads to advancement and provides choices for all students.

Engagement and Connectedness


Share Your Passions and Interests Month!


We encourage students and families to share their passions and interests with each other and with others at school. 

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