Under the leadership of the Monticello food drive committee, students were able to raise enough money to fill 100 baskets with all the ingredients of a traditional Thanksgiving meal. On Nov. 24th, the entire student body gathered in the high school auditorium to see the fruits of their labor. read more
MHS will present I Hate Shakespeare!, a “dramedy” written by Steph DeFerie. Performances will take place at the Arnold Packer Hughs Auditorium in the high school on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 4 and 5 at 7 p.m. read more
Students from Monticello High School’s LGBTS (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Supporters) took part in a fundraising campaign, raising over $300 to support GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education network). read more
The 2015-16 school year has been packed with accomplishments for Mr. Michael Regan, a new a social worker at Monticello High School and recipient of the Orange County Rising Star award. At MHS, Mr. Regan focuses on the A.S.P.I.R.E Program, which transforms the in-school suspension experience into a restorative learning process. read more
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The Monticello High School Debate Team has been winning distinctions up and down the East Coast. read more
Twin sisters and Monticello High School seniors Camryn and Sydney Johnson signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and run track for Siena College in Loudonville, NY. read more
The Monticello High School Academy of Finance held its annual networking breakfast on Friday, Oct. 23. Students were given the chance to connect with several members of the board and National Academy Foundation. read more
Monticello Central School District is proud to announce that six student-musicians have been selected to perform in the Zone 9 Area-All State Festival on Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21 at Suffern High School. read more
Earlier this month, the Basha Kill Area Association (BKAA) presented a certificate of appreciation to the Monticello High School Eco Club for “enhancing environmental awareness in our little corner of the planet.” read more
With the winter season closely approaching, now seems like a good time to review how Monticello Central School District handles weather-related closings and delays.Please see our updated television and radio station list. read more
Sullivan County BOCES will be operating on a half day on Friday, Nov. 6. All students will dismiss at 12:15 p.m.
On Oct. 30, Sullivan County BOCES sent a letter home to students and parents with important dates to be aware of for the next several weeks. Please click here to view the letter and mark your calendar.
Orange-Ulster BOCES will be closed from Wednesday, Nov. 25 to Friday, Nov. 27. School will reopen after the Thanksgiving break on Monday, Nov. 30.
Don’t miss your chance to become a BURGER KING Scholar. The Burger King Scholar scholarship is open to all students, Burger King employees, their children, spouses or domestic partners. Deadline for application is Dec. 15. Learn more here.
Monticello High School music teacher John Bernstein’s Graduate research article was published in this month’s issue of School Music News, the official publication of the New York State School Music Association. read more
This handbook supersedes all prior handbooks and should be read and acknowledged by all student athletes and their parent prior to the start of the winter sport season during online registration. Learn more about online registration here.
The district appreciates parents' patience and cooperation as traffic patterns have been adjusted at the middle school and high school. read more
Thank you for your patience as we continue to fine-tune our drop off and pick up procedures. CLICK HERE for the most recent information about procedures for morning drop off and afternoon pick up at the middle and high school.
SUNY Fredonia Music Professor James Piorkowski stopped by Monticello High School on Friday, Oct. 9, to meet with MHS Emerging Ensembles Chamber Musicians. view photo gallery
Regents Exams will be held Jan. 26-29, not Jan. 25-28 as printed on the district calendar. Students will have their regular classes on Monday, Jan. 25. Click here to view the Regents Exams Schedule.
Monticello High School will not be operating on a two-hour delay on Friday, Jan. 29. This is an update to what was printed on the district calendar. The middle and elementary schools will follow the planned two-hour delay.
The Kenneth L. Rutherford Elementary School and the Panthers’ football team are participating in a clothing fundraiser. Click here to review the catalog and make purchases.
Travis DeGroat has been named to the National Society of High School Scholars, which recognizes top scholars from high schools around the world who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. read more
New York State requires health screenings for students each year. read more
Click here to download a PDF copy of the College in the Classroom slideshow that was presented at the school’s Sept. 17 Parent Orientation event.
Breakfast and lunch menusare available online. Click here to download menus, or learn more about online meal payments and free or reduced meals.
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.
The National Society of High School Scholars announced Monticello High School student Mackenzie Mitchell has been selected to become a member of the organization. read more
To ensure the safety and security of all students all visitors are required to adhere to the outlined procedures listed here. For additional information, click here to read Monticello Board of Education policies regarding visitors.
Have you signed up for the free, opt-in resource Parent Today? Be sure to check out the Parent Today e-newsletter and website, which offer tips and resources to aid parents in their partnership with educators to support students throughout the educational process, from pre-k through high school. More
To anonymously report a bullying incident or threat of violence, click on the icon and fill out the electronic form. This form allows individuals to confidentially report urgent and sensitive information to school officials.
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!