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News headlines

Important notice regarding Morning Music

Elementary Morning Music will not take place again until after the winter holiday break. Morning Music will resume as usual on Monday, January 5, 2015, beginning with 4th grade chorus. Thank you and enjoy the break!

Your children's health: Important information about pertussis
(whooping cough)

Learn more about how pertussis is spread, symptoms and tips for prevention of the disease. read more

Teacher Spotlight shines on Ms. Dowling

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 first honoree is Ms. Kerry Dowling, third grade teacher at the Rutherford School. Superintendent Mangus will be selecting individuals to spotlight on a regular basis, so stay tuned! Congratulations to Ms. Dowling! read more

District administration is restructured, new assistant superintendent joins district team

With a new superintendent in place, district administrative positions are being reorganized and a new assistant superintendent has been named. read more 

Monticello High School celebrates Come Together Day

On Friday, Sept. 12, students and staff from Monticello High School took part in Come Together Day, a one-day program dedicated to building empathy, eliminating bullying and igniting a movement of positive change within the school.

The day was built around a series of coordinated activities organized by school representatives of the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), Extended Day Program, Supportive Learning Environment (SLE) Team, and Positive Behavioral Supports program. Read more about Come Together Day and view gallery here

Watch highlights from 2014 Hall of Distinction ceremony; 2015 nomination forms available in January

Five distinguished individuals were honored during the 2014 Hall of Distinction ceremony on November 2, 2014.  view highlights

Monticello Central School District celebrates the arts

Monticello’s Dance Program made the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) news on Monday, Dec. 4. Click here to see the NYSSBA video as well as photos from the Dance Company’s recent Pep Rally performance.

Monthly message from Superintendent Mangus

Superintendent of Schools Tammy Mangus shares thoughts regarding district-related topics in her monthly e-newsletter, the Monti Navigator.  read e-newsletter

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

Budget video series continues with "Revenues and Expenditures"

Superintendent Tammy Mangus and Business Administrator Denise Cedeira continue their budget-related video series. View videos here.

Reminders about middle and high school student drop off procedures

As a new marking period approaches, parents are reminded to adhere to school drop off procedures in order to facilitate a safe and efficient arrival for all students. To ensure safe and pleasant experience in the morning when dropping off your child, please follow these guidelines. read more

Important information regarding flu prevention

As we enter the flu season, it is important for families to understand why seasonal influenza is serious, symptoms to look for, and how to get them vaccinated. Please read the flu guide [pdf] from the New York State Department of Health to learn 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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MCSD has zero tolerance for bullying!

 To anonymously report an incident, click on the "NO BULLY" icon and fill out the electronic form. This form allows individuals to confidentially report urgent and sensitive information to school officials.

Questions & Concerns

If you have questions or concerns you would like to share, please click on the ? button and fill out the online feedback form. A district representative will respond to you within 72 hours. We welcome your input!