School Introduction

 

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    Egate   montelem JHtopschool  

 Ms. 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      Office Hours: 8:00 - 3:30
  

 2013 - 2014 School Year Calendar

School Supply List

 

Keep Your Child Active in Education this summer! 

Click here for the Summer Activity Calendar 

 Calendarios de actividades para el Veranos  

  

   Food Lion  

 Click here for info on how to help Montpelier with Food Lion's Classroom Rewards Progrom

 

 

  To view the course schedules for Pre K - 5th Grade please click below

   2013 - 2014 Course Schedule 

   

    

 GREAT NEWS!

 TAG HONOR AWARDED TO MONTPELIER!   

 Egate Montpelier Elementary school will receive the 2012 Maryland Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education (EGATE) School Awards. 

 The 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.

 

 

 
 

Student Based Budgeting (SBB)

 Student Based Budgeting (SBB) distributes funding to schools based on students’ needs and characteristics.  PGCPS is moving towards a new system of funding schools and budgeting resources.  With SBB, our schools and communities will have a clearer understanding of how and why dollars are being allocated.  SBB differs from our traditional funding system that allocates resources to schools based on staffing formulas and school-specific programs.  Schools will be funded per child, and the amount of funding attached to each child will vary based on his or her needs.  Furthermore, schools will also have more flexibility in deciding what to do with those resources.

  Click on the links below for the final budget and frequently asked questions.

            Student Based Budget 

 Student Based Budget Frequently Asked Questions       

 

 

 New PGCPS Text/Email Alert System
Now Available!

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 information.

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.

  EAlert Button 

Subscription options may be changed at any time.
This system will become the primary source for PGCPS emergency alerts and updates.  

 
 

 

 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.

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 Help with reading and understanding report cards 

 Student Sites 

 

 
 
 

 Please visit the new Montpelier Elementary PTA website

 http://montpelierelementary.webs.com

 

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 Montpelier Elementary is proud to be a University of Maryland
College Park
Professional Development School

This page was updated on April 9, 2013

Last modified: 2/25/2014 7:43:33 PM