Monmouth Elementary School
Principal: Kim Seidel - email@example.com
Vice Principal: Jason Vlcek - firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrar/Office Manager: Sophie Hawley - email@example.com
Attendance: Stephanie Engle - firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Join our 22/23 Remind App: @monmouthe
7:30AM - 3:15PM
After 1:30 pm (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri) and 11:30 am (Wed), changes to a students’ dismissal plan cannot be made.
Our office cannot handle the volume of calls coming in, which creates a bit of chaos during dismissal. Please have a consistent plan for dismissal for your students, and if there is a change that needs to be made, call the school before 1:30 pm (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri) or 11:30 am (Wed)
Changes to before/after school programs around spring break:
Cambios en los programas antes/después de la escuela durante las vacaciones de primavera:
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.