Carla Furlow, Proud Principal
Denise Mahdi, Awesome AP
9200 Muirkirk Road
Laurel, Maryland 20708
Phone: 301-497-3670 Fax: 301-497-5431
School Hours: 9:00 to 3:10
8:00 - 3:30 Monday - Friday
HealthierUS School Challenge
BRONZE Award Winner
Please join us in celebrating 50 years at Montpelier Elementary!
Friday, April 28, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
We will have an open house and showcase of student's work. You will also be able to see
the beautiful flowers and the tree that the community will plant in the Spring. Light Refreshments will be served and there will be fun activities for children.
ORDER YOUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY T-SHIRTS! CLICK HERE!
Happy 50th Anniversary, Montpelier E.S.
If you will be joining us at the celebration please
DEADLINE EXTENDED THROUGH WED., APRIL 10.
Get your 2017 Field Day T-Shirts Now!
Each grade level is assigned a different color to wear on Field Day. Shirts are $15 - $17.
Download the order form HERE
and send to school along with your payment. (checks should be made payable to Montpelier)
Field day is Wednesday, May 31st for Pre K - 2nd grade and Friday, June 2nd for 3rd -5th grades.
DEADLINE EXTENDED THROUGH NEXT WEEK - APRIL 13TH
|New Program at the new Laurel Library and the Beltsville Branch
Kids Achieve Club will be an opportunity for students in Grades K-6 to receive homework assistance from trained volunteers. It is drop-in, there is no need to register, and will be at the Laurel Library every Wednesday afternoon, from 4 - 6 pm, and at the Beltsville Branch, Mondays from 3:30 - 5 pm, until May 24, 2017. Although it is aimed at children whose home language is not English, it is open to everyone who may benefit from it.
When students arrive late to school,
parents or guardians MUST bring them into the office.
Students may not be dropped off late to enter the building on their own.
HEALTH NOTE from the Nurse
keep your child at home if he/she has a fever of 99 degrees, orally, or
97 degrees, auxiliary (under the arm) or above. If your child is
vomiting, has diarrhea, a persistent cough, chills, body aches or a
rash, your child should remain home for observation and be seen by your
pediatrician. Your child may not return to school until these symptoms have abated for at least 24 hours. A doctor’s note will be required upon return to school for illnesses lasting 3 or more days.
GREAT NEWS!TAG HONOR AWARDED TO MONTPELIER!
Montpelier Elementary school will received the 2012 Maryland Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education (EGATE) School Awards.
award recognizes programs that offer superior and equitable gifted and
talented education. The rigorous application process required school
teams to document the ways that the school’s program is aligned with
state criteria for excellence. The Maryland State Advisory Council on
Gifted and Talented Education reviewed the applications.
To read more click here.
Once again, Montpelier is participating is Giant Food's A Plus School Rewards Program.
register your Giant Food Rewards card for Montpelier. We receive much
needed funds from this wonderful program each time you shop! Our school
code is 00402.
IMPORTANT ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLAN INFO
As mandated by federal law, all schools are required to share information on how to access their district's Asbestos
Management Plan. Click here to read the PGCPS plan.
Special Programs at Montpelier
Enrichment and Acceleration Opportunities
At Montpelier we follow the TRC or TAG in the Regular Classroom model
The TRC model was developed for schools wiyh a large population of TAG identified students
(greater than 40). There are currently over 70 students
identified as Talented and Gifted in grades 2 through 5 at Montpelier.
Visit our TAG Page for more information!
Paper Recycling Program
Please help us continue to earn funds by dropping your
newspapers, catalogs, magazines, and misc. paper in the bin.
Please note: Cardboard, tissue paper, kitchen and bathroom items
and phone books CAN NOT be accepted.
Campbell's Labels for Education Program
Keep clipping and saving those labels and to send them to school with your students!
Information on eligible products
from Campbell's and other brand UPC labels
can be found at labelsforeducation.com. Additional collection sheets are
available to print in the Montpelier Menu on
the left of this page.
Boxtops for Education
Our Boxtops for Education program is still going strong. Save those boxtops
from participating General Mills products and
send them to school with your students
(make sure their name is on the back). Each week 2 boxtops are chosen and
those students win a trip to our treasure box.
Help with reading and understanding report cards
PGCPS Text/Email Alert System
The Office of
Communications would like to inform you about a new e-alert system that
will provide Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) staff,
parents and community members with more options for updates and
Starting now, users can
sign up to receive emergency alerts, newsletters and information about
upcoming events by email or text message. To subscribe, visit www.pgcps.org or click on the button below.
Subscription options may be changed at any time.
This system will become the primary source for PGCPS emergency alerts and updates.
Please visit the new Montpelier Elementary PTO website
Montpelier Elementary is proud to be a University of Maryland, College Park
Professional Development School