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About MPE

School Belief Statements
High Quality Instruction: We value high quality standards based instruction that enhances the students’ cognitive, physical, and creative minds while holding each individual accountable to high expectations.
Respect: We value respect for all people in our school community for their uniqueness and for what each individual brings to the community.
Communication: We value open, honest, and respectful communication and collaboration among all school community members, and presume positive intent.
Safe Learning: We are all responsible in contributing to a safe, nurturing, learning environment, where all members of the school community feel valued and respected.

In the 2013-2014 school year, seven hundred and three students were enrolled at MPE. According to the 2011-2012, School Accountability Report Card published on January 2013, 98.% of students are Hispanic, 0.71% Caucasian, 0.14% are Asian, and 0.14% are Filipino. At the beginning of the 2011-12 school year, 707 students were enrolled, including 9% in special education, 72% qualifying for English Language Learner support, and 89% qualifying for free or reduced price lunch. Spanish is the primary language most frequently spoken in many of the homes from which Montebello Park Elementary draws its school population. MPE has a relatively low transiency rate in which the percentage of actual attendance for 2011-12 was 95.36%.
School Expectations
Be Respectful
Be Responsible
Be Safe
Be Kind
Anti-Bullying Signals
Our students wear their MPE Anti-Bullying shirts every Monday - they can wear their white and red shirt or their blue "Stomp Out Bullying Shirt". School shirts can be purchased from our school's PTA.
The Anti-Bullying Signals for our students are the following:
1. Stop
2. Walk Away
3. Tell an Adult
Traffic Safety
We'd like to remind the community that MPE has a staff member assisting all our students during the drop off time with valet service. This is to help the flow of traffic and safety of our students. We will have a staff member from 7:45 a.m. to 8:10 a.m. to help open the door and help your child exit the vehicle. There is no parking at Saybrook Park at any time for school business. Remember to always use the curbside to pick up and drop off at all times of the school day. If you have any questions please contact the Principal at (323) 721-3305.