Fall School Mobile Pantry Schedule.
Open House Orientation Videos
Videos de orientacion de bienvenida
5th Grade Open House 20-21.pdf
In preparation for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year,
we invite you to attend a
Virtual Learning Parent Orientation
Register and learn with us:
Friday, August 14 6 - 7 p.m.
Join this meeting via
For questions contact
the International Center at 980-343-3784 or email
- What is "Plan C" and what will my child be learning this coming school year?
- What technology will be used and how can I access Canvas and Zoom?
- What academic and community resources are available for me to access now and throughout the school year?
The Canvas Parent App
¡En preparación para el año escolar 2020-2021,
le invitamos al
Orientación Virtual Para Familias en Español!
- ¿Que es el “Plan C” y cómo aprenderá mi hijo este año escolar?
- ¿Que tecnologia usarán y cómo tener acceso a la aplicación Canvas y Zoom?
- ¿Cuáles recursos están disponible y cómo encontrarlos en el futuro?
Jueves, 13 de Agosto 6 - 7 p.m.
Únase a este reunion a través
¿Preguntas sobre esta reunión?
Llame al Centro Internacional a 980-343-3784
Zoom Links for Virtual Orientation
Welcome to 2020-2021 School year
Link for virtual Open House and more…..
Kinder English Welcome back parents august 2020.docx
Spanish Kinder Welcome back parents august 20.docx
First English Welcome back parents august 2020 (1).docx
Spanish First Welcome back parents august 20.docx
Second English Welcome back parents august 2020.docx
Spanish Second Welcome back parents august 20.docx
Third English Welcome back parents august 2020.docx
SP Third Welcome back parents august 2020 .docx
Fourth English Welcome back parents august 2020.docx
Spanish Fourth Welcome back parents august 20.docx
Fifth English Welcome back parents august 2020.docx
Spanish Fifth Welcome back parents august 2020.docx
Grab and go meal sites
Escuelas donde se hara entrega de comidas
Board of Education shifts to all-remote learning plan to open 2020-2021 school year
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education voted to revise its school reopening plan and approved a full-remote learning plan, known as Plan C, during an emergency called meeting today. With this decision, CMS schools will open Aug. 17 with fully remote learning.
The plan is designed to address worsening COVID-19 conditions and was an option given to districts by N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper in a statewide announcement on July 14.
La Junta de Educación cambia a un plan de aprendizaje totalmente remoto para abrir el año escolar 2020-2021
La Junta de Educación de Charlotte-Mecklenburg votó para revisar su plan de reapertura de la escuela y aprobó un plan de aprendizaje totalmente remoto, conocido como Plan C, durante una reunión de emergencia convocada hoy. Con esta decisión, las escuelas de CMS abrirán el 17 de agosto con un aprendizaje totalmente remoto.
El plan está diseñado para abordar el empeoramiento de las condiciones de COVID-19 y fue una opción dada a los distritos por el gobernador de Carolina del Norte Roy Cooper en un anuncio estatal el 14 de julio.
In partnership with Read Charlotte and the United Way of Central Carolinas, The Belk Foundation is co-hosting a webinar with CMS leadership to learn more about the reopening plans.
After a brief presentation, we'll have time for questions and dialogue to help families understand what this plan means for the families.
The webinar will be from 2:00 – 3:00 pm Monday, July 20. Please register here. You will receive a calendar invitation with log-in instructions by 9 am Monday morning.
En asociación con Read Charlotte y United Way of Central Carolinas, The Belk Foundation está organizando conjuntamente un seminario web con el liderazgo de CMS para obtener más información sobre los planes de reapertura.
Después de una breve presentación, tendremos tiempo para preguntas y diálogo para ayudar a las familias a comprender lo que este plan significa para las familias.
El seminario web será de 2:00 a 3:00 pm el lunes 20 de julio.
. Recibirá una invitación de calendario con instrucciones de inicio de sesión antes de las 9 am del lunes por la mañana.
message to parents- Mensaje importante para los padres
Parent Message on Talking to Students 3-13-20_with links.pdf
Parent Message on Talking to Students_SPANISH_with links.pdf
* This is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation and updated information will be provided as it becomes available. The information on this page was last updated on 3/8/2020 at 12:00 p.m.
At this time, the risk to the general public in North Carolina is LOW.
While Mecklenburg County Public Health (MCPH) considers novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to be a very serious public health threat, the current immediate health risk to the general public in North Carolina is considered low at this time. The total number of COVID -19 cases in North Carolina is available here on the State's website.
The latest update on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is updated guidance asking older adults and people with severe medical conditions including heart, lung or kidney disease to "stay home as much possible." People in those categories are also advised to avoid crowds and travel. Two new presumptive cases have also been reported in South Carolina but not yet confirmed by the CDC.
For weeks, MCPH has been preparing for potential COVID-19 cases by working with and following guidance from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). MCPH also continues to work locally with other health departments, health care providers and community partners to closely monitor COVID-19 and review and update existing emergency response plans.
If you have additional questions please review the information on this webpage first. Additional resources for preventing spread in communities, for providers, for employers/businesses, is available here. If If you believe you are at increased risk of COVID-19 infection due to travel or potential exposure and you are experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath please call your health provider and tell them about your recent travel and your symptoms.
What You Need to Know
An outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel, or new coronavirus (2019 Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 ) has been identified.
The illness was first detected in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China but has since spread to other countries.
The risk to the general public in North Carolina is LOW at this time.
- If you believe you are at increased risk of COVID -19 infection due to travel or potential exposure and you are experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath please call your health provider or the health department and tell them about your recent travel and your symptoms.
- The total number of COVID -19 cases in North Carolina is available here on the State's website.
- Visit the Center’s for Disease Control, Coronavirus website for more information on the travel advisory issued by the U.S. Department of State.
Mecklenburg County Public Health (MCPH) is working to protect your health.
MCPH, along with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, health care providers and other community partners (i.e. Charlotte Douglas International Airport and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Emergency Management Office) are closely monitoring the outbreak.
MCPH recommends the public take the following steps to prevent the spread of ALL respiratory illnesses.
- Washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Stay home when you are sick.
- Get a flu shot, it’s not too late. During this time of year, respiratory illnesses in North Carolina are most likely due to infection with influenza or viruses that cause the common cold.
At this time, the CDC has identified specific criteria to identify individuals who are at increased risk of infection.
- If you believe you are at increased risk due to travel or potential exposure and you are experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please call your healthcare provider or the health department and tell them about your recent travel and your symptoms.
- If you feel sick with fever, cough or difficulty breathing and you have had close contact with someone who is suspected to have Novel Coronavirus within 14 days of when your symptoms started, you should call ahead to a healthcare professional and mention your close contact and their recent travel.
- Your healthcare professional will work with your local and state’s public health department and the CDC to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19.
- Healthcare providers should immediately contact MCPH Communicable Disease On-Call number if any individual meets or potentially meets criteria for COVID-19 testing and/or for questions about testing, current guidelines, public health messaging, and any other concerns.
Mecklenburg County Community Resources
- Mecklenburg County Public Health has established a call line to answer general questions 980-314-9400.
- Resources available for download, printing and sharing –
NCOVID- 19 Take Steps to Stay Health Poster (English) – For download and print
- The North Carolina Division of Public Health has established a call line at 1-866-462-3821 to address general questions about coronavirus from the public
Check out our updated 2019-2020 Uniform Policy and Supply list
Supply List/Lista de utiles https://schoolsauth.cms.k12.nc.us/montclaireES/Pages/School-Supply-Lists-2018-2019.aspx
nuestra lista 2019-2020 política de uniforme política y lista de útiles
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Check our carpool procedures in the link below
Parents and Visitors-
All visitors (including CMS Employees) are required to enter the school only through the front lobby doors, proceed to the office, and sign into Lobby Guard. You will be asked for identification. A visitor's badge or label is to be worn while on campus.
Visitors may not interrupt classroom instruction time. Visitors are welcome to schedule a time with the teacher to sit in on a lesson or have a conference
Visitors without a nametag or sticker will be directed to the Main Office.
Padres y visitantes
Se requiere que todos los visitantes (incluidos los empleados de CMS) ingresen a la escuela solo a través de las puertas del vestíbulo frontal, se dirijan a la oficina y se registren en Lobby Guard. Se le pedirá una identificación. Una insignia o etiqueta de visitante se debe usar en el campus.
Los visitantes no pueden interrumpir el tiempo de instrucción en el aula. Los visitantes son bienvenidos a programar un tiempo con el maestro para sentarse en una lección o tener una conferencia
Los visitantes sin una etiqueta con su nombre o pegatina serán dirigidos a la Oficina Principal.