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Principal's Message

Thank you parents for all your trust and support during the Coronavirus crisis that has impacted everyone everywhere. We are glad that there were no known cases at MCA, but we must now close to prevent the spread of this virus. Yesterday it was decided at our Board of Directors Meeting to close MCA for 3 weeks. Students are expected to return after Spring Break on April 13th. That includes Think Together, LA’s Best and Head Start Programs. A work packet was sent home Friday with students. It is important that students complete it and return it when school is back in session. MCA will be providing free lunch Monday -Friday from 10:30 AM to 12 Noon. There will be a drive thru type of arrangement for families to pick up food in the main parking lot on Montague Street. Students that did not attend school on Friday should pick up a work packet Monday from 8 AM- 12 Noon at the MCA auditorium.
 

Stay healthy and Safe,
 

Jose D. Salas
Executive Director & Principal

News & Announcements

MONTAGUE CHARTER ACADEMY CLOSED

Montague Charter Academy will be closed beginning March 16th. This is a result of the National Coronavirus crisis. We will return May 4. We will send phone messages with more information. This page will be updated as information becomes available.

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Information and Updates-"CLICK" for More.

As Montague Charter continues to monitor updates regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus), we continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our students, families, and staff. We currently have zero known cases within the organization and hope to keep this statistic by staying consistent with the following preventative recommendations from the CDC: Clean frequently used or shared surfaces Avoid contact with people who are ill Cover your cough/sneeze Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds Stay at home if you are ill Anyone running a fever is required to stay home until the fever has been gone for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicines Contact your healthcare provider immediately if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms.
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Congressman Cardenas Visits Montague

On Tuesday, January 21st The Honorable Tony Cardenas visited MCA. He toured 5th Grade classrooms, the Robotics Room, the Science Lab, Art Room and much more. Our 5th grade students created Valentine's Cards for the Valentine's for Veterans effort that Congressman Cardenas is promoting. In addition, Mr. Cardenas engaged in a Q & A session with our 5th graders. His high level of interest in our student's questions and curiosity is greatly appreciated.