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Seamless Summer Feeding Program

There is a terrific, FREE summer resource that is available to kids eighteen years old and under in our area.  The Seamless Summer Feeding Program (SSFP).  The SSFP is a federally funded program administered by the California Department of Education that provides kids the healthy food they enjoy during the school year, even when schools are not in session.  


Please click on the link for locations throughout Shasta County.


Parent/Student Handbook

LCAP Local Control Accountability Plan

Welcome to the Montgomery Creek Elementary School

Our school is fortunate to be located in the beautiful mountains east of Redding, California. We fish, hunt, hike and play in one of our state's richest areas for outdoor recreation. Students at our school enjoy the latest technology with every one having his or her own chromebook. We serve students from Pre-School to 8th grade. Our local families enjoy many programs and events here including The Harvest Carnival, Christmas Pageant, Cinco de Mayo Celebration and numerous dances. This last year we added Talent Show Night and Karaoke Night. We love our volunteers and thank them for their ongoing support. If you like clean air, honest people and a wholesome environment then you'll like our school. Our after-school program (SHARE) is so popular it usually hosts 70% of the kids each day. The robotics program in SHARE is well known in our area and has produced many winners at competitions in Redding. The food in the cafeteria is based on scratch recipes such as quiche, BBQ chicken and a full turkey dinner for the community at Thanksgiving. The curriculum is the latest California State Standards based and we feature STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) projects. Our teachers and staff all live locally and are truly devoted to kids. We'll see you at school!


Student Nondiscrimination /Harassment

Students BP 5145.3(a)


The Governing Board desires to provide a safe school ...more

Parent & Guardian Student Information Access Available

Parents and guardians may now access and view your student's account in our PowerSchool Student Information System.  The information contained in the PowerSchool Student Information System includes attendance records, grades, class assignments, lunch balances, and more. If you would like to create an account to access your student's information, please email contact the school office.   Upon receipt of your request a user name and temporary password will be created and sent to you by email. The first time you login you will be asked to create a new password. Click on the following link to the Parent Portal Login Page: For more information about how to use the Parent Portal, click on the following link to the guide: Parent Portal User Guide.


Refer to the weekly bulletin for calendar and events

Medical Statement to Request Special Meals and/or Accommodations

CNP 925 - This form is used by parents/guardians to have a medical authority prescribe special meals or accommodations during meals.  Medical Statement to Request Special Meals and/Or Accommodations

Nondiscrimination Statement

In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions ...more

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

Click on the link to open the most recent School Accountability Report Card. Our (SARC) is also available in hard copy.  Please call the office at 530 337-6214 if you would like to request a copy.  

2016-17 SARC 

Competitive Athletic Gender Information

Every School year each public elementary in the state that offers competitive athletics shall publicly make available the following information:  Total school enrollment in (2016-17) 84 students, 49 girls and 35 boys. Total students that participated in competitive athletics was 20, 16 girls and 4 boys.  Soccer was 4th - 8th grade, coed, 12 students, 10 girls and 2 boys. 4th -6th grade Basketball had 7 students participate, 5 girls and 2 boys. 7th-8th grade Basketball was coed, 7 students, 6 girls and 1 boy.  Softball was 4th -8th, coed, 12 students participated, 10 girls and 2 boys.