Monmouth Elementary School

Principal: Kim Seidel - 

Vice Principal: Jason Vlcek -

Registrar/Office Manager: Sophie Hawley -

Attendance: Stephanie Engle -

MES Office Contact Information

Office Hours:  7:30am - 3:15pm 
School Day Hours:  8:15AM-2:55PM M/TU/TH/F                                                                       8:15AM-1:00PM WED  

Phone: 503-838-1433  Fax: 503-606-9797


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Office Hours: 

7:30AM - 3:15PM

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Changes to before/after school programs around spring break:

Cambios en los programas antes/después de la escuela durante las vacaciones de primavera:

Lunch menu March 20th - 24th

Mon. March 20: Hamburger or bean & cheese burrito

Tues. March 21: Macaroni and cheese or corn dog

Wed. March 22: Chicken strips or cheese quesadilla

Thur. March 23: Spaghetti with meat sauce or mozzarella bread sticks

Fri. March 24: Pizza

Menu subject to change

March 2023

 Lunch Menu

Read-A-Thon is March 15 - 22, 2023!

Join the advisory committee for our Latinx families!

It's flu season. A note from Nurse Sandy:

Influenza B activity is going to start to pick up, and the CDC says to expect more cases in the coming months. That is why I want to help protect you and your loved ones against flu and its potentially serious complications by strongly recommending the Flu Vaccine.

By getting the flu vaccine, you’ll be protecting yourself and the people around you, like your children and parents, who are more vulnerable to serious flu-illness.

A flu vaccine cannot cause flu infection. The most common side effects of an influenza vaccine are mild; like redness, swelling, soreness, or low-grade fever. Any side effects disappear within a few days. Flu vaccines protect against flu illness but aren’t 100% effective, so even if you get vaccinated, you might still become sick with flu. 

It’s important to get your flu vaccine because studies show that even if you do get sick, vaccination may make your flu illness less severe.