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Be sure to complete all Impact Aid survey forms in their entirety to ensure our schools get the funding they deserve!  
  
                                                              
Impact Aid is a federal education program that reimburses school districts for the lost reventue and additional costs associated with the presence of nontaxable Federal property, such as military installations; Indian Trust or Treaty lands; Federal low-rent housing facilities; and national laboratories, national parks and other buildings and lands. There are more than 1,200 federally impacted school districts (those districts that recieve Impact Aid) located across all 50 states. Together, they educate more than 10 million public school students. 
 
 
 
Dear Parents/Guardians, 
            The Morongo Unified School District will now be asking you to complete the School Funding Data Collection Form onilne. Tihs form will replace the Online Meal Benefits form. Your application could help increase funding for our schools. We urge each of you to complete this form. 
 
You may start applying electronically on our district website beginning August 2018 here:
 
If you do not have access to a computer at home, one is available at Condor Elementary, or the Nutritional Services Department at the school district office. Paper forms may also be located in the MUSD Parent Handbook or available for you to pick up at the District Office located at 5715 Utah Trail in 29 Palms. 
 
If you experience difficulties completing the line form or if you need assitance, please call (760) 367-9191 extention 4263.
 
 
 
 

Condor PTO Announces the Box Tops and Labels Class Competition!

 

Do you have Box Tops for Education, UPC codes, or Tyson A+ labels sitting around your house hiding somewhere? Maybe you have some in your pantry just waiting to be cut out? Well, what are you waiting for? Send them in with your child!

Every month, PTO will calculate the total of box tops/labels earned for each classroom. The classroom with the most at the end of each quarter will win a popcorn or popsicle party. The student from each grade with the most will win a special prize each quarter.  

Money earned from the Box Tops and labels help your child's school PTO earn money to purchase items for the school and classrooms. The funds earned through these programs also help pay for the events we put on each year.  

Find out more about our PTO by clicking here:  

 
Morongo Unified Nutritional Services offers party snacks that meet all Federal and State guidelines. You may order the following birthday treats through your school cafeteria. 
 
*All parties muyst be held a minimum of one hour after lunch. Please speak to your child's teacher before planning a party. All party treats must be ordered through nutritional services.*
 
The following treats are available: 
Celebration Cookies- $.50 each, 24 hours notice
Chocolate or Vanilla Cupcakes- $.75 each, 24 hours notice
Ice Cream, Assorted Flavors- $1.00 each, 36 hours notice
Pizza (serves 8)- $10.00, one week minimum notice
 
All items must be paid for in advance. Orders may be placed in the cafeteria. 
 
Morongo Unified School District utilizes Illuminate Education's student information system. A Student Portal for student access is available for students to view their grades, take online assessments, and view attendance. Click here to access the Student Portal. Students will sign in with their district provided username and password. A Parent Portal is also available. Please email the school's Site Data Coordinator by clicking here for your parent access code and directions on how to sign up. 
 

Morongo Unified School District is implementing a new positive discipline program known as PBIS or Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. Our goal is to teach standard behavior expectations to every student and celebrate positive behaviors in our schools!

 
 
 
 
 
Footsteps2Brilliance® is the breakthrough early learning solution that helps all children become proficient readers by 3rd grade. Our device agnostic Mobile Technology Platform allows school districts to leverage the mobile devices that parents already own to scale early literacy citywide.
 
Read more about San Bernardino County's Vision2Read literacy initiative here.
 
 

Condor Elementary services families who live within the housing areas of:  Shadow Mountain, Sunflower Terrace, Condor Terrace, Joshua Heights, Marine Palms, Adobe Flats, Copper Canyon, and the Sunshine Peak Trailer Park.  Students walk or are driven to school - there is no bus service

You will need to supply the items listed below when registering a student:

  • Proof of Residence (lease agreement, cable bill, house phone bill, or a letter from housing).
  • Birth Certificate
  • Shot Record with required immunizations: 4 Polio (or 3 if one given after 4th birthday), 5 DPT (or 4 if one given after 4th birthday), 2 MMR with one given after age one, 1 Varicella, Hep B (series of 3).

Click here for the MUSD Online Registration.

 
Access the Morongo Unified School District's Open Enrollment Form by clicking on the PDF file below:
 
 
Principal- Mrs. Sara Soto
Administrative Assistant- Mrs. Erin Sutherland
Attendance Technician- Mrs. Jillian Barron
                      
 
 
Morongo Unified School District is implementing a new visitor check-in system called Raptor. This system is used to help track visitors, students, faculty, contractors, and volunteers at our schools, providing a more secure and closely monitored environment for our students. When a visitor, volunteer or contractor checks in, or when a parent comes into a school, we will ask them to present a valid driver’s license or state-issued ID (passports will not be accepted as a form of ID). Please see the school administrative assistant for more information. 
 
         7:55 Breakfast Begins
         8:15 All Gates Open
         8:25 Freeze Bell
         8:30 School Begins
         2:30 Dismissal 
 
                
 
                     Friday, October 19 
                        4:30-5:30
 
 
                          October  22-26
                  
Food Drive- November 5-9th  
 
 
                 Friday, November 9-
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                  Thanksgiving Break-
                 November 19-23 
 
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Condor is a professional learning community that offers equitable learning opportunities for all of its members.
                                                                                                                                          
                          
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