The June Regents will be held from June 13 through June 22. Exam schedules are available in the high school guidance office and outside of each classroom door at the school. Schedules were also mailed home with third-marking-period report cards.
The MHS Last Night Chamber Concert will be held on Monday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the high school's auditorium. The event's date and location were erroneously listed on the school calendar.
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What is the primary predictor of student success? Many people would guess that it’s intelligence, but it’s not. According to the documentary film, SCREENAGERS, a strong sense of self-control is a better predictor of student success than intelligence is. Self-control is not an inherent trait, but rather a skill that is developed – so what happens to a generation of children whose self-control is constantly being tested with the allure of digital technology? Read more
Due to the unusually strong winter weather over the past few months, Monticello Central School District’s outdoor facilities are not expected to open until after spring break. As such, the spring athletic schedules will be adjusted. Read more
On Friday, Feb. 24, Monticello runners Jillian McEneaney and My-Kell Farrar qualified for their second consecutive trip to the New York State Public High School Indoor Track & Field championships. Read more
Join the Academy of Finance on Sunday, May 21 for its second-annual "My School Color Run." Registration is open now. Read more
We're pleased to announce the Second Marking Period Honor Roll. Students on the Principal’s List achieved an average of 95-100; High Honor Roll students achieved an average of 90-94.9; and Honor Roll is achieved with an average of 85-89.9.Read more
MHS held its second quarter Student of Distinction Ceremony on Feb. 1 in the high school’s library. The event recognized 13 students from each department who have demonstrated exceptional behavior or achievement during the year. Read more
Six remarkable seniors and their parents were given a surprise announcement that left them speechless and bursting with pride. Congratulations to the following for having the highest average regents scores and for being awarded this year’s NYSScholarship for Excellence. Read more
Academy of Finance student, Tyrese Vilela, discusses a recent visit from a senior accountant, Sean Glander.
Attention Monticello High School students and families: please read and take note of the following message from Principal Stephen Wilder in regards to changes in end of semester dates for classes, grades and reporting. Read more
The boys’ basketball team recently played in the Slam Dunk Heart Disease tournament on Jan. 14. The boys will compete next in the Sullivan County BCANY vs. Cancer tournament Feb 3-4. This event supports the oncology unit at CRMC and a portion will also be donated to alumni Rayanne Rysinger, who is currently searching for advanced treatment to help with ongoing challenges from the removal of a brain tumor.
The MTA is thrilled to report on the successful Second Annual Tinsel Trot and Inaugural Reindeer Dashand that its proceeds will go toward significant donations to the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless and MTA Scholarship Fund. Read more
In spite of an early snow day and cold weather, Monticello High School carried out a long-standing tradition on Tuesday morning, Nov. 23, 2016 -- the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive Assembly. Read more
A fresh coat of sunny yellow paint, bold hallway murals and silhouettes of children jumping, learning and playing are among the colorful changes that greet students as they enter Kenneth L. Rutherford Elementary School. Read more
A group of children in Bolivia will soon receive portraits of themselves painted by young artists from Monticello High School. Read more
This eligibility policy applies to all student members in clubs, sports and activities, including spectators of any after-school event. Read more
Monticello High School junior Bella Lovett has been recognized for musical excellence and named to the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) All-State music ensemble performance at the annual Winter Festival. Read more
In September 2016, a New York state law went into effect that requires all public school districts to test water for lead. The district has recieved prelimary results from water quality testing at MHS. Read more
Click here to access a video tutorial made by MHS students Hariel Mangual-Rodriguez and Bryan Granados, on how to correctly use calipers and micrometers. Be sure to subscribe for future tutorials!
Evadne Giannini, a local businesswoman and Academy of Finance Board Vice-President, recently visited junior-level accounting students to speak about the importance of dressing appropriately in a business setting Read more
Students from Mr. Waddell's classes are building on picnic tables, wheelchair ramps, closet racks, plaques and desk drawer repairs, to name a few. The best part of all? All of these are GIFTS to other students, staff and alumni of the district. View album
On Sept.27, Jacob Lerner of the Irwin Siegel Agency, Inc. in Rock Hill spoke with the Academy of Finance Entrepreneurship students about the importance of professional business attire. Contributed by AOF student member. Read more
AOF seniors recently took a field trip to SUNY Sullivan, which included a formal sit down dinner lesson at the Paul Grossinger Dining Written by AOF student member Scott Hughes. Read more
Unplugged is being recognized for their creative programs in Monticello High School and SUNY Sullivan by the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan at the organization's Annual Leadership Summit. Read more
Certified Financial Planner and CFO John Greenbaum recently visited the Financial Decision Making class, which is made up of seniors who have started looking into college opportunities and possible future professions. Written by Rachel Rivera Read more
Winter sport registration is now open to middle and high student-athletes. Register here.
Please note that the MHS Career Pathways Fair has been moved from Nov. 7 to March 10. This is an update to what was printed in the district calendar.
Monty the Panther spent the entire first day of school prowling the halls of all of the district's schools to welcome back all of our students. Click here to watch the video and see Monty in action, hear welcome back messages from each of our principals and to check in with our students on how their first day went.
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Paying for college can be a challenge for many families, but students who are eligible for free or reduced meals through the National School Lunch Program have the opportunity to take advantage of some cost-saving programs and initiatives. Students whose family’s income falls within the Income Eligibility Guidelines set by the USDA Food and Nutrition service may be eligible for several benefits. Read more
The NYSSMA Solo and Ensemble Festival will now take place on May 5-6 instead of May 12-13 as originally printed on the district calendar.
While many people may envision internship duties as fetching coffee and filing papers, students in the high school’s internship program are developing meaningful job skills that align with their career goals. Read more
On June 2, nine Monticello students alongside other top students in the state of New York were honored by Senator John J. Bonacic at his 17th Annual Celebrating Excellence in Education Day. Read more.
Members of the Monticello Central School District community gathered at Mr. Willy’s restaurant in Monticello on Monday, May 16 for the annual Scholar Athlete Breakfast. The distinction is bestowed on varsity athletic teams who have a cumulative GPA of more than 90 percent. Read more
Every community needs a superhero. Metropolis has Superman, Gotham has Batman, and Monticello High School (MHS) has Assistant Principal Chris Palmer. Read more
On March 31, students listened to guest speaker Bobby Petrocelli explain how he let the tragic loss of his wife become the foundation of his mission to teach students how to live a triumphant life and find the faith, hope, and love they are searching for. Read more
“Ellen Nutters has a deep understanding that the best key we can give our students is the knowledge that they can be, and should be, life-long learners,” Superintendent of Schools Tammy Mangus said. “She demonstrates this through her words, her lessons and her own life – leading by example.” Read more
Visitors to room 227 in Monticello High School on Friday, April 1, were able to visit the Kaaba, watch a field of soldiers fight a Crusade battle and witness the Western Roman Empire descend into anarchy. Read more
Ken Bartolo, a former football and lacrosse standout athlete, brought a powerful message to MHS when he talked about how his drug and alcohol addiction derailed a promising athletic career. Read more
A new program at Monticello High School is transforming traditional in-school suspension (ISS) from an isolation pod to a platform that encourages students to make better choices and learn how to manage their emotions. Read more
The 2015-16 district calendar was printed and mailed to residents over the summer. To check for new and rescheduled events throughout the year, be sure to view the district's Google Calendar on the each school's home page or "like" the district on Facebook.
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