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  • four high school girls wearing colorful tie dye
News headlines

Health departments provide advice on preventing Enterovirus

There is growing concern about the spread of Enterovirus D68, a respiratory illness affecting children and others. CLICK HERE for more information about symptoms and preventative care.

Superintendent Mangus updates community on recent comptroller report

The state Comptroller's Office has released results of a recent audit of the district's financial condition. Superintendent Mangus responds and explains corrective actions taken by the district.  read story and download report with the district's corrective action plan (Appendix B)

Recital to benefit Eugene D. Nesin Memorial Scholarship

The fifth annual Eugene D. Nesin Memorial fundraising recital will take place Sunday, Oct. 26 at 3:00 p.m. All proceeds will go toward scholarships for current students who wish to pursue a future in the arts. read more

Classes announced at Nesin Cultural Arts

Enrollment is open for classes beginning Oct. 4 and concluding in the spring of 2015. Classes include Visual Arts, Dance, and Music; click here to see the full list of classes. To register, please contact the appropriate class instructor.

Keynote speaker emphasizes modern teaching techniques to MCSD teachers

A renowned education speaker and senior advisor at the International Center for Leadership in Education addressed the need for curriculum change in the 21st century at the Superintendent’s Conference Day on Wednesday, Sept. 3. read more

Monticello CSD families invited to attend Parent University barbecue

Monticello School District will host a free back-to-school barbecue on Saturday, Sept. 27 at de Hoyos Memorial Park in Monticello at 1 p.m. to launch Parent University, a district-wide initiative designed to enhance student achievement through family support. All Monticello students and their families are invited! RSVP by Wednesday, Sept. 24 . read more

Panther Camp 2014 a success

Incoming freshmen and their families were welcomed to Monticello High School during the annual Panther Camp event held on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. Students were able to familiarize themselves to their new building and after school clubs. see more

Please note date changes to the printed district calendar 

The district calendar is compiled and printed during the summer months and, unfortunately, dates for events and activities sometimes have to be altered. see changes to calendar

Panther Pride takes a ride!

On Friday, August 22, Superintendent of Schools Tammy Mangus and members of the Monti team visited neighborhoods to share their excitement about the new school year with incoming students and their families.  read more

Tammy Mangus appointed new superintendent of schools

The Monticello Central School District Board of Education named Tammy Mangus the new superintendent of schools during a special meeting on Monday, August 18.  read more

District announces new leadership

Three new administrators join the leadership team in Monticello.  read more

2014 Hall of Distinction Inductees announced

Five deserving individuals will be welcomed into the Monticello Central School District Hall of Distinction this fall.  read more

Elementary morning music program begins Monday, Oct. 6

The fourth and fifth grade Morning Music Program will begin on Monday, Oct. 6. Sessions are from 7:05 – 8:45 a.m. at the RJK Middle School. read more

Revised late bus runs announced

Please see revised schedule for late bus runs and stops for the 2014-15 school year. Please call our transportation department at 845-794-8570 with any questions.

Monticello's food service department provided free meals to thousands of Sullivan County children this summer

Monticello's very own Chef Andy introduced United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand when she visited the Town of Thompson site to announce legislation to increase funding for free summer meals. View movie highlights of her visit.

Reminder to PreK and kindergarten families:

The transportation department requires a written list of approved people who will be picking up students from the bus stop by the first day of school. If you have questions, please contact our transportation department at 794-8570. Thank you!

2014-15 calendar is available for download

The school district calendar that will be mailed to households by mid-to-late August is now available for download. Please keep in mind that the best resource for updated information is the district web site.

CLICK HERE to view or download the 28-page document in its entirety.

 

Assistant superintendent wins award for excellence in education

Tammy Mangus, Monticello’s assistant superintendent for curriculum & instruction, was recently awarded the Sixth Annual DATAG Excellence in Education Award.  read story 

If you have not registered your child for kindergarten

Please call the district registrar at 845-794-7700, ext. 78905 as soon as possible! There are many steps to be taken before school begins in the fall. 
download brochure  |   download complete registration paperwork package (both are in PDF Format)

Project Excel Preschool registration for 2014/15 school year is now taking place

Meals and transportation are provided. Please stop by the 22 St John Street location and pick up a registration packet or call the office at 845-794-4020.

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