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New Online Enrollment! (New Students Only)

The Montebello Unified School District is excited to announce the PowerSchool online student enrollment system for the 2020-2021 school year. This will be for NEW students enrolling in the Montebello Unified School District.  For current/returning students, we will be reaching out in the coming months. 

Our new enrollment system is a secure and streamlined process.  This new system will allow our District to verify all student emergency, medical, and demographic information for the new school year. This new and modern online process will replace many of the hard copy student enrollment forms. 

To begin enrolling your student now CLICK HERE


Please gather and prepare the following ORIGINAL documentation:

Verification of Student Date of Birth (at least one of the following)

  • Birth Certificate (preferred)
  • Passport/Residency Card

Proof of Residence (3 of the following

  • Required: Utility Bill within last three months (gas, electric, water, home telephone, or cable)
  • Required: Driver’s License or ID card with current address

    Any one of the following:

  • Car, Health or Home Insurance Premium
  • Medical or other health insurance statement
  • Car Registration
  • CAL Fresh or Government support program documentation
  • Letter from employer on office letterhead
  • Check warrant stub
  • Credit Card/Bank Statement
  • Cellular phone Statement
  • Rental agreement that includes name and telephone number of landlord

Parent/Guardian Identification

  • Valid government issued photo ID (ie. Driver’s License)

Immunization Records

  • Current immunization card
  • Physical Exam Report for Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten and 1st-grade entry only CLICK HERE
  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Dental Exam for Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten and 1st-grade entry only CLICK HERE

If the following apply:

School Transfer Paperwork:

  • Last report card (needed for proper placement).

Individualized Education Program (IEP):

  • Required for students receiving special education services.

Section 504 Plan

  • Required for students receiving accommodations and modifications.

To begin enrolling your student now CLICK HERE

For technical assistance contact 866-434-6276 or

¡Nueva Inscripción en línea! (Solo Estudiantes Nuevos)

El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Montebello se complace en anunciar el sistema de inscripción  de estudiantes en línea a través de PowerSchool para el año escolar 2020-2021. Esto será para estudiantes  NUEVOS que se inscriban en el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Montebello. Para estudiantes actuales/que regresan, nos comunicaremos en los próximos meses.

Nuestro nuevo sistema de inscripción es un proceso seguro y simplificado. Este nuevo sistema le permitirá a nuestro distrito verificar toda la información de emergencia, información médica, e información demográfica para el nuevo año escolar.

Este nuevo y moderno proceso en línea reemplazará muchos de los formularios de matriculación en papel.  

Para comenzar a inscribir a su estudiante PRESIONE AQUÍ


Reúna y prepare la siguiente documentación ORIGINAL:

Verificación de la fecha de nacimiento del estudiante (al menos uno de los siguientes)

  • Acta de nacimiento (preferido)
  • Pasaporte/Tarjeta de Residencia

Prueba de residencia (3 de los siguientes

  • Requerido: Factura de utilidades de entre los últimos tres meses (gas, electricidad, agua, teléfono residencial o cable)
  • Requerido: Licencia de conducir o tarjeta de identificación con la dirección actual

    Cualquiera de los siguientes:

  • Prima de auto, salud o seguro de casa
  • Declaración de seguro médico u otro tipo de seguro
  • Registro de auto
  • Documentación del programa de apoyo CAL Fresh o del gobierno
  • Carta del empleador con membrete de la oficina
  • Talón del cheque de nómina
  • Tarjeta de crédito / Reporte de cuenta del banco
  • Factura del teléfono celular
  • Contrato de alquiler que incluye el nombre y número de teléfono del propietario

Identificación del padre / tutor legal

  • Identificación válida con fotografía emitida por el gobierno (ie. Licencia de conducir)

Registros de inmunización

  • Tarjeta de vacunación actual
  • Informe de examen médico para Kínder Transicional, Kínder, y 1er grado solamente PRESIONE AQUÍ
  • Informe de examen dental para Kínder Transicional, Kínder, y 1er grado solamente PRESIONE AQUÍ

Si lo siguiente aplica:

Documentación de transferencia escolar :

  • Último reporte de calificaciones (necesaria para la colocación adecuada).

Programa de educación individualizada  (IEP):

  • Requerido para estudiantes que reciben servicios de educación especial.

Plan de la Sección 504

  • Requerido para estudiantes que reciben adaptaciones y modificaciones.

Para comenzar a inscribir a su estudiante PRESIONE AQUÍ.

Para asistencia técnica, por favor contacte



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Student Services provides a variety of services for students, parents and school staff.

These services include:

  • Alternative Education
  • Attendance Services
  • Counseling and Guidance
  • Disciplines Services 
  • Drug, Alcohol, Tobacco Education
  • Foster Youth Services
  • Health Services
  • Homeless Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Pupil Records



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District Keeps Student Health A Top Priority

Board of Education Honors Mental Health Providers & School Nurses


The Board of Education this month honored the District’s partners who are providing vital health care services that maximize the mental and physical well-being of students so that they can reach their potential in the classroom, and in life. 

Board members presented certificates of recognition to Montebello Unified’s 10 mental health providers: ALMA Family Services, The Almansor Center, Bienvenidos Childrens Center, ENKI Mental Health Services, Pacific Clinics, Maryvale, Penny Lane, Roybal Family Mental Health Clinic, SPIRITT Family Services and The Whole Child.

Nine school nurses were also recognized for their dedication and care for MUSD students. They are:  Andrea Juarez, Rita Onwenna, Olga Paez, Susan Walker, May Carrillo, Ozo Nwabuzor, Aurora Nwaezeapu, Mary Wong and the District’s Lead Nurse Annette Ruvalcaba.


Mental Health Services

In 2009, Montebello Unified began expanding its mental health services through its Safe Schools/Healthy Students Grant Initiative in order to increase access for students in need of treatment and to eliminate barriers to student success.

Through their work and through the implementation of the Montebello Unified School District’s initiative, more than 2,000 students who were referred for services have been served since 2010-11.

“It’s clear that students who live with various mental health issues need compassion coupled with effective programs that bring them into a state of well-being,” said George Muriel, Assistant Director of Pupil & Community Services and Mental Health Coordinator. “There is no doubt that our District’s commitment and our partners’ hard work to fulfill that commitment continues to greatly benefit our children and their ability to succeed.”

All of MUSD’s Mental Health Providers have developed relationships with school site principals, psychologists and other support staff. In the last four years, the District has effectively used its grant resources to implement innovative counseling services, hire social workers for each of the high schools and alternative high school programs and open a school-based health center at Bell Gardens High School that provides free health and mental healthcare services for students and the entire community.

In addition, Montebello Unified has been at the forefront of establishing anti-bullying and suicide prevention programs and has extended training on these issues to key District groups including assistant principals, counselors, school psychologists and school police officials.

On-campus Healthcare

Montebello Unified’s nursing staff cares for between 3,500 and 4,500 students so that they are safe, healthy and ready to learn.

“Our nurses exemplify what’s best about those who provide school health services,” said Montebello Unified Superintendent Susanna Contreras Smith. “Our healthcare providers are critical members of our education team because they support our District in its commitment to helping our students acquire the knowledge and skills they need to progress in their education and in life. We all know that children can reach new heights when they’re healthy.”

The District’s nurses perform health assessments, vision, hearing, dental and scoliosis screenings, create emergency care plans for students with health issues, treat diabetic students and those children with severe allergies. They also monitor more than 2,000 students with health issues such as asthma, heart problems and seizures and provide daily care for those who have had recent medical procedures for various conditions.

In addition, MUSD’s school nurses promote prevention and wellness and provide a bridge that connects families and students to important health services.


Safe Schools/Healthy Students

The Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative is a discretionary grant program that provides students, schools, and communities with federal funding to implement an enhanced, coordinated, comprehensive plan of activities, programs, and services that focus on promoting healthy childhood development and preventing violence and alcohol and other drug abuse.