Montabella Community Schools Safety Drill Results

Montabella Schools Parent Engagment
Montabella Community Schools would like to help our parents in being engaged in their students learning. We are sharing resources from the Michigan Department of Education in hopes that you will be an active participant in our buildings. Please see this MDE Website and especially look at the links in Section III - Resources for Parents.

Pay To Participate Fund
Montabella is in the process of setting up a fund to help athletes in need with Pay To Participate. This year the amount for each high school sport is $50 and for middle school it is $25, with a family cap of $200. Any amount of money will be accepted. Anyone that is interested in donating money and becoming a sponsor of an athlete please contact:
John Helinski
989-427-5175 jhelinski@montabella.com or
Mark Higgins
989-427-5148 mahiggins@montabella.com
Thank you for your support!






 

What's Happening Now


Basketball Games Cancelled

The boys basketball games scheduled for March 3, 2015 against Merrill have been cancelled due to road conditions. These games will not be made up.

Cold Weather Clothing Relief at Montabella Elementary

Pink Day Donation

The Women's Club of St Margaret Mary Alacoque Church in Edmore has raised money to supply coats, boots, shoes, and clothes to students at Montabella Elementary. A special thanks to Sandy Jordan and Ruth Moore for their continuous organization and work with this program.

Winter Sports Schedule

The winter sports schedule is now available. Check it out here for a printable version.

 


 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Become a professional school bus driver! We are currently accepting applications for our school bus driver training program. Bus driving may be the ideal career for you if you have an excellent driving record, enjoy working with kids, and are interested in part-time employment. For more information and a brief telephone interview, please contact Montabella Transportation at (989) 427-5024. EOE

ReplayIt Time Capsule

 

A Very Frozen December at Montabella Elementary