Momot Elementary

Marie Denis

Principal

School Hours

8:25 am – 2:35 pm

60 Monty St.

Plattsburgh, NY 12901

(518) 563-1140

Fax: (518) 566-7739

The Arthur P. Momot Elementary School is one of three elementary schools within the Plattsburgh City School District. Our school population is comprised of approximately 420 children in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 5, housed in a one-story brick building.

The parents, staff and community of Momot Elementary School work closely together to provide a healthy, nurturing educational environment for our students.

We believe that each child is a unique individual capable of learning. Our shared vision is to provide an environment where students develop a desire to achieve excellence in all aspects of their academic, social, emotional and physical life.

Our goal is to enable all students to become contributing members of the global community. We believe success depends on our collaborative efforts and continued commitment to our children.

Marie Denis, Principal

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School closed Friday, 2/3/23

School closed Friday, 2/3/23

The weather forecast for Friday and Saturday features atypical, concerning cold weather.  As you know, our district features a mix of modes of student commute to school, and a robust slate of co-curricular activities which are scheduled throughout the coming days.

Given the dangerous temperatures which are predicted, school on Friday, February 3rd, 2023 is cancelled, and an emergency closure day will be used.

Typically, when such emergency closures are made, co-curricular activities are similarly-cancelled.  For the most part, this will still be the case, but certain pre-arranged co-curricular activities will be allowed to proceed, so long as additional layers of safety/student protection are applied.  These considerations have been addressed with the Advisors.  So, unless students and parents receive a different communication from the Coach/Advisor, co-curricular activities are also cancelled tomorrow evening (February 3rd), and on Saturday, February 4th.

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