Welcome to the Aztec Parent Center
Montgomery High is a Title I School. Title I is a federal program that provides extra funding to eligible schools to improve the academic achievement of students. All programs funded with Title I dollars must be used to enhance the school programs of the school. In order for schools to qualify for Title I, 35% or more of the students must be considered socioeconomically disadvantaged. The goals of a Title I Program include the following: increase student academic achievement, provide direct instructional support to students, develop professional development for teachers and to promote parent engagement and education. All Title I programs must be included in the school’s Site Plan for Student Achievement. This plan is developed and monitored by the School Site Council and English Language Advisory Committee. Please contact the Parent Center staff if you have any questions related to Title I.
This page should provide you with all the information that you need to become an active participant in your student’s educational experience. The items listed on the right hand side of this page will link you to a variety of valuable resources that you will need throughout the academic year. For more information, feel free to contact the front office directly at (619) 628-3800.
How to Become a Parent Volunteer
To become a volunteer at MOH please fill out the Parent Volunteer form and return it to the Parent Center in the library.
Parent Center is located inside the library
Carolina Betanco- Parent Center Resource Teacher
Minerva Weinberger- Community Relations Facilitator
Melissa Sanchez- Student Program Facilitator
Interested about finding out the grades for your student? Click below!
Afterchool program and Tutoring information click below!
Check the Parent Involvement section on the right hand side.