|1441 Danbury Street (South Davis, intersection of Lillard Drive and Danbury Street)|
Marguerite Montgomery School is one of the elementary schools in Davis. Their website is worth a visit to read about how the school was named.
Montgomery Elementary is one of two elementary schools in the district that has a Spanish Immersion program, and it currently serves grades K-5. The SI program expanded in the 2012-13 school year to include a combination 4th/5th grade class and added a 1st grade class geared toward students who attended traditional kindergarten the year before and were on the SI waiting list. A 6th grade SI class is planned for 2013-14. In the past, to continue with the program in grades 4-6, students needed to transfer to Cesar Chavez Elementary School.
Montgomery hosts a branch of the Yolo County Library known as the South Davis Montgomery Satellite Branch. It is open on Tuesdays from 5:00 - 9:00 PM and Saturdays from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM in the school library.
On April 30, 2011, the school played host to a swarm of volunteers from Mormon Helping Hands who did extensive landscaping and cleanup.
Jennifer McNeil (2016-2020)
Sally Plicka (2011-2016)
Shelly Wickwire (2006-2011)
Nancy White (2003-2006)
Rob Rodden (2001-2003)