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On Monday, Feb. 2, all Monticello schools will have a planned two hour delay for professional development.

Budget and safety community conversations rescheduled

UPDATE: CLICK HERE for the revised schedule of budget and community conversations to be held during February. District administrators will share 2015-16 budget information, as well as security and safety plans, during these listening sessions.

Monticello Blue Day to honor local law enforcement will take place on Saturday, Jan. 31

The Village of Monticello Events Committee and the Boys and Girls Club are sponsoring Blue Day in honor of local law enforcement on Saturday, Jan. 31 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 10 Jefferson Street, Monticello. see flyer

Monti's basketball teams to play in BCANY vs. Cancer Classic on Feb. 6

Monti's JV and varsity basketball teams will be participating in the 7th Annual Basketball Coaches Association of  New York (BCANY) Cancer Classic on Feb. 6 and 7. JV will be playing Liberty at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 6 and varsity will be playing Liberty at 8 p.m. that same night. All proceeds benefit the Catskill Regional Medical Center.  read more

Regents exams rescheduled due to inclement weather

Due to inclement weather, the Comprehensive English Regents originally scheduled for January 26 at 12:00 p.m. has been moved to January 28 at 12:00 p.m. .

The Regents Global Studies exam scheduled originally scheduled for 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 27 will be offered on Thursday, January 29, at 8:00 a.m. The Integrated Algebra exam schedule for 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 27, will be rescheduled for Thursday, January 29, at 12:00 p.m.

Please stay alert to any changing busing or scheduling changes that may impact this current modification to the exam schedule.

MCSD Board of Education sets goals and priorities for upcoming years

The board met with Superintendent Mangus to identify key priorities and has set forth four goals for the 2014-2015, 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school years. read goals

EPIC gains in Monticello Central School District

EPIC Coordinator Jane Sorensen sheds light on the EPIC program and its mission to involve the entire community in helping children make responsible decisions, develop positive self-esteem, plan for the future and succeed in life.in the Jan. 20 issue of Times Herald Record  read story

Teacher Spotlight shines on Mrs. Nutters

Welcome to the Teacher Spotlight, a regular feature that shines the light on our district's faculty and staff who are doing greater than average work. Our next honoree is Mrs. Ellen Nutters, an ELA teacher at Monticello High School. Superintendent Mangus will be selecting individuals to spotlight on a regular basis, so stay tuned! Congratulations to Mrs. Nutters! read more

MCSD junior chosen for Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston

Junior Shaun Jackson has been chosen to attend this honors-only program designed to inspire, motivate and direct the top students in the country who aspire to be to be physicians or medical scientists. read story

Monthly message from Superintendent Tammy Mangus

Each month, Superintendent Tammy Mangus shares her insights about the district in the Monti Navigator.  read January Navigator

Monticello wrestlers place second at wrestling tournament

Nine Monticello wrestlers reached the podium at the 33rd Annual Edgement Wrestling Invitational Tournament and the team placed second out of 18 teams. read more

Parent University and EPIC host Holiday Workshop

Dozens of people, both children and adults, measured, layered and assembled mason jar baking kits as part of a reoccurring series of Parent University workshops and events aimed at connecting the community and the school. view gallery

AOF seniors attend dining etiquette seminar at SUNY Sullivan

Academy of Finance seniors recently learned how to effectively manage business discussions while dining.  read more

Monticello athlete featured in Times Herald-Record

Senior basketball player Sha-Shawn Drayton shares his story in today's issue of the Times Herald-Record. read story

February 7 is Take Your Child to the Library Day at Crawford Public Library

 The  Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library will sponsor Take Your Child to the Library Day on Saturday, Feb. 7. Parents are encouraged to sign up their child(ren) for a library card, and pick up a few books to read. Craft supplies will be out all day for visitors to make their own creations, and a movie will be shown at 2:30 p.m.

On Feb. 7 only, all overdue children’s materials may be returned to the library and fines will be waived . If  families have overdue books or movies, February 7 is the day to return them! Take Your Child to the Library Day is a great opportunity to introduce children to all the library has to offer.

For more information on library programs, visit our website at www.ebcrawfordlibrary.org, give us a call at 845-794-4660, ‘Like’ our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter @Crawford_PubLib.

Keep informed about school closings and delays

The district uses various forms of communication to keep families informed about school closings, delays or early dismissals.  read more

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.

 

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