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Parents and Community

School Schedule
8:00 – Doors open
8:00-8:20 Breakfast
8:25 – Warning Bell
8:30 – School Begins
3:10 – Dismissal

Immunization Requirements
Immunization Information

Home Base Portal System
Home Base Portal Support



Class Dojo

Class Dojo
ClassDojo connects teachers with students and parents to build amazing classroom communities. Teachers can encourage students for any skill or value, whether it’s working hard, being kind, helping others or something else. Students can showcase and share their learning by adding photos and videos to their own portfolios. Parents can get engaged by sharing photos and videos of wonderful classroom moments



Box Tops EducationBox Tops 4 Education
The Box Tops program has two main components through which you can earn cash for your school: Box Tops Coupons – Clip Box Tops coupons from hundreds of participating products found in your local grocery store and send them to your school. Your school earns 10¢ for each Box Top redeemed. Learn more about clipping Box Tops. Please turn your box tops into your student’s classroom teacher.


Volunteer Information
Parents are encouraged to volunteer for our school.  Contact Timberly Everette in the front office for more information.
Cumberland County requires individuals to fill out the county Volunteer Registration every year.
Volunteer Application

Supply Lists
Each grade level and teacher has an individual supply list.  Please ask them for specific items.

Dress Code
Cumberland County Board of Education Policy Committee approved Montclair Elementary School to have a Uniform Dress Code.
Polo/Oxford Shirts: Shirts must be plain, solid colored red, white or blue.
They may be long or short sleeved. No type of logo is permitted. Only one button may be left undone and, shirts must be tucked in at all times. Only solid white T-shirts may be worn under the uniform shirts.
T-Shirts: Official school t-shirts may be worn un-tucked. Only solid white t-shirts may be worn under the uniform shirts; they must be tucked in and may not hang below the school shirt.
Slacks or Shorts: Slacks/shorts must be solid colored Khaki, navy, or black. Cargo pants or jeans are not permitted. “Sagging” of pants will not be permitted. Females may also wear capris, skorts and jumpers. Shorts, skorts, and skirts must be finger tip or longer when the student’s arms and hands are extended down the leg.
Sweaters: Sweaters must be solid colored red, white or blue if worn the entire school day. They may be pullover, cardigan, or vest style.
Sweatshirts: Sweatshirts must be solid colored, red, white or blue if worn the entire school day. Montclair sweatshirts are acceptable.
Shoes:  It is recommended that students who are unable to tie shoe laces wear shoes with Velcro fasteners. Untied shoe laces present a safety hazard. Shoes must cover the foot completely (no open toes, open heels). For safety reasons; heels cannot be any higher than 1 inch.
Coats, Jackets or Hoodies: To be worn inside the building the entire school day, jackets and/or hoodies must be solid colored red, white or blue. All jackets/hoodies that are not within the dress code must be taken off while the student is inside any part of the building. Winter coats may be worn to and from school but will not be worn inside the school. Montclair hoodies are acceptable.
Hair and head gear: Hair will be neatly groomed. No distracting or disruptive hair styles are permitted. Unnatural colors (pink, blue, green, burgundy, etc.) will not be permitted. Hats, caps, and/or distracting head attire may not be worn while at school. No scarves or bandanas.
Jewelry: Distractive or oversized jewelry may not be worn. For safety reasons; no earrings that fall below the bottom of the earlobe (such as hoop earrings), no tongue or nose rings.

Student Handbook
Click here to access a copy of the Student Handbook.
Student Code of Conduct Student Code of Conduct – Spanish

Click here for school bus rules

Cumberland County Academic Calendars 

Membership for PTA is $8.00/year.  We encourage all of our families to become members.

School Menu
Cafeteria phone number – 910-868-2060

Media Center
The AR program promotes reading comprehension skills for our children. It is a program that works with the child being read to, read with, and independently reading materials. This encourages children from kindergarten with being read to, the first-grade child with spending time reading with parents, and the second through fifth-grade child to read independently. Reading is the key to their future success in life.  AR Book Finder Montclair Elementary’s Library Catalog – Destiny

Helpful Websites for Parents 

Prime Time After School Care Program
Join Prime Time in the afternoons for hours of fun. Parents can spend their afternoons worry free knowing that their child is not being transported to another facility. Children will have an opportunity to participate in sports, games, arts and crafts and special events. Homework time is also offered for children who wish to complete their homework before they go home. Children have an opportunity to explore activity areas or do teacher instructed activities throughout the day.  Click here for more Prime Time information. 

Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program
AIG Local Plan  

PBIS is the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program we use at Montclair.  We set high expectations for positive behavior for our students and we reward them with tickets when they meet those expectations.  Students receive tickets for doing the right thing at the right time for the right reason.  Tickets can be redeemed in the PBIS store or for privileges such as eating lunch on the stage or spending part of a school day in another classroom.
Our PBIS motto at Montclair is Mustang PRIDE!
P positive attitude
R respect and responsibility
I independent
D do the right thing
E exceed expectations.

All A and A/B Honor Roll
Perfect Attendance
Art Contest
Accelerated Reader
Terrific Kid
Spelling Bee
Physical Fitness Awards
All County Chorus 

Published by Alison Marrs on October 7, 2019