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Please contact the office if  you need assistance with conference scheduling.

Comuníquese con la oficina si necesita ayuda con la programación de la conferencia.
During March 30 - April 1 - All classes are virtual only in the morning.   Del 29 de Marzo al 1 de Abril - Todas las clases son virtuales solo por la manana. 
Evening Conferences:  Tuesday, 5:00 - 7:30PM     Wednesday, 5:00 - 7:00PM      NO hybrid classes. NO habra clases hibridas

All Conferences are mandatory. Todas las Conferencias son obligatorias.  
All conferences are Virtual only. Todas las Conferencias son solo VIRTUALES   Review your scheduled conference time here: 

         
¿Cuándo es la conferencia de mi hijo? When is my child's conference?



 
Kindergarten Registration packets are available on March 29. Please pick up a packet at Monument, register online or ask for a packet to be mailed to your home.

Click HERE to download the registration packet.

Haga clic AQUI para descargar los formularios para registracion.


4/5   -  4/9 -   SPRING BREAK!!

4/5   -  4/9 -        Vacaciones de Primavera!!                                                                                                                                                                                                  

 

CLEVER PORTAL ACCESS

The Clever portal, which has many links to Quincy School District approved websites including Connect Ed which has your student's reading content. This can be accessed through many forms of technology devices at:  

                                                      (https://clever.com/login)

The username is your student’s email (ex. studentID#@qsd.wednet.edu) and the password is the student’s date of birth in the YYMMDD format (ex. If birthday is March 17th, 2020, password is 200317).


OSPI Guidelines

For Students & Families from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Resources for Continuous Learning

In response to school closures due to COVID-19, OSPI content experts have curated a selection of links to external organizations providing high-quality online educational materials – courses, lessons, videos, physical and outdoor activity suggestions, etc. Please note that in many cases, these resources are free to use online but are not openly licensed for wide scale reuse and adaptation. These resources were carefully chosen for their alignment to Washington State K–12 Learning Standards (or a recognized equivalent) and/or direct experience with effective implementation with students. 

Social Distancing Guidance

Schools are closed to keep students away from each other so they don’t spread germs to each other and to the community. These school closures should not be treated as spring or summer break. Parents and families should do their best to keep students away from each other and others. This means no large playdates, sleepovers, or parties. Parents should aim to keep their children active during the closure – taking them for walks, to the park, bike rides, and other outdoor or indoor fitness activities – but should strive to keep children out of large groups for the time being. Read more about social distancing from the state Department of Health.

For more information please see: https://www.k12.wa.us/about-ospi/press-releases/novel-coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-resources


 

 


Click HERE to download the registration packet.

Haga clic AQUI para descargar los formularios para registracion.

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Monument Elementary is a PBIS school

PBIS is short for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and it is a way to create a safer school using evidence-based practices and data.  The main parts of our PBIS program are:

  • We have three personal standards that we expect every student to follow throughout the school.  They are listed on posters in many areas of the school.  The students are taught these standards throughout the school year.  The three personal standards are:
                              1. Show Respect
                              2. Make Good Decisions
                              3. Solve Problems
  • We teach all students what is expected of them in every part of the school.  At least twice a year, we take all students to each part of the school (playground, cafeteria, classroom, etc.) and review the procedures and expectations for that area.
  • Staff members reinforce students when they demonstrate the three personal standards by praising students.  Staff members also give students  Monument Money  when they are doing what is expected, and it can be used to purchase fun monthly experiences.  Teachers also have different ways to reward student behavior in their classroom.
  • When students do not do what is expected of them, a staff member will politely ask the child to change his/her behavior.  If that does not work or if the child is being unsafe, the staff member will ask the student to reflect in writing on what a better choice would have been.  At that time, the student calls his/her parent to let them know about their choice.
  • For students who repeatedly do not follow the expectations of the school, we work with the child’s family to provide more support to help the child follow the expectations of the school.

Thanks to our PBIS program, Monument Elementary continues to become safer, more inclusive, and more supportive for all students.  

Monument Elementary

                 1400 13th Ave. SW
                 Quincy, WA 98848

                 Phone:  509-787-9826
                 Fax:      509-787-8974

     Hours:      Mon:           9:30-3:00
                      Tues-Fri:     8:10-3:00

Principal: Mr. Phillip Averill

Maxine Marshall
Administrative Assistant, Principal

Alejandra Ramos
Administrative Assistant, Attendance

Amayrany Zepeda
Parent Liaison

Dianne Stewart
Counselor

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