Absentee ballots, Board of Education candidates, voter registration, MORE
A proposed executive session will be held at 6:01 p.m. to discuss “the medical, financial, credit or employment history of a person or corp., or matters leading to the appointment, employment, promotion, demotion, discipline, suspension, dismissal or removal of a person or corp.” The open meeting will begin after executive session. AGENDA
Kindergarten Registration and Screening will now be held by appointment at a centralized location and not at each individual school. CLICK HERE for the full details (PDF).
At the April 4 Board of Education meeting, the Board of Education voted to discontinue the International Baccalaureate program. MORE
Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County's free event for students in grades K-3. MORE
School Calendar 2013-14 (PDF)
By sharing their experiences and keeping a journal with their thoughts and concerns, students can ask questions and work through issues. MORE
The food service department will no longer be utilizing "MyNutrikids" as its student meal account management system. The new parent portal is called MySchoolBucks. MORE
For more information, call 845-794-4020. MORE
The Associated Press - The USDA is responding to criticism about new school lunch rules by allowing more grains and meat in kids’ meals...by doing away with (the new) daily and weekly maximums. The guidelines (of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Acts, that went into effect 9/12) were intended to address increasing childhood obesity levels. MORE
Cyberbullying is widespread, affecting one in six students. Through email, social media, instant messaging, websites, texting, and other electronic means, this form of harassment has become pervasive. To protect children, Governor Cuomo passed a new law that requires schools to take immediate action when students experience cyberbullying or other forms of harassment. The law will take effect on July 1, 2013. MORE
VIEW (PDF) the evaluation of the Foundation Aid program by Rutgers University
VIEW the article in the Times Herald-Record.
The Monticello School Tax Office is located on the first floor of the Education Center at 22 St. John Street in Monticello (use the street entrance on Bedford Ave). Call 794-1515. For tax bill information, visit www.taxlookup.net.
Area residents who own their own homes may reduce their school property taxes through the NY State School Tax Relief (STAR) program. MORE