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On Wednesday, Aug. 10, Monticello Central School District Director of Facilities and Operations John Travis shut off the gas valve in the Monticello High School in order to address a small leak that was discovered during a routine propane supply and pressure test. Read more
MHS Panther Camp will take place Aug. 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Panther Camp is an orientation for incoming freshmen. Students and parents will get course schedules, computer passwords, locker combinations and building tours. We're looking for upperclassmen volunteers to assist with the tours. Learn more
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
Fall athletic registration will begin on Friday, July 15 for high school students, and Monday, July 25 for middle school students. Please click here for more information.
All students planning to participate in fall, winter or spring sports must get a physical during the summer. Physicals need to be done every year, and medical updates are required within thirty days of the first practice of the season.
The Monticello Central School District is presently seeking two parents, two coaches and three student-athletes who are interested in serving on the district’s newly formed Athletic Council. Read more
In a graduation ceremony filled with school pride, words of advice, and reflection, the members of the Class of 2016 heard a larger takeaway — that they were an extraordinary group, filled with record-setting scholars, athletes, dancers, musicians, and writers. Read more
New York state now requires students entering seventh and 12th grades to be vaccinated against meningococcal disease. Read more
With summer vacation fast approaching, now is a good time to make sure your child is up-to-date on his or her immunizations. Download a list of immunization requirements here:
The Monticello Kiwanis Club awarded $10,500 in scholarship funds to ten MHS seniors. Read more
"Summa Cum Laude" is Latin for "with the highest distinction." And that is just how these students are closing this chapter of their lives -- with a grade point average above 95 percent, and an academic foundation that will serve them will no matter what path they take. Read more
On Monday, June 13 the senior class of 2016 took a bittersweet trip down memory lane during the inaugural “Panther Parade of Pride." Read more
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
Seniors Ben Ulrich and Camryn Johnson were selected OCIAA Scholar-Athletes of the Year for Monticello Central School District by the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association (OCIAA). 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
Senior Kyle McCreery was named Sullivan County's Boys' Basketball Player of the Year. Thanks Kyle - and to all our amazing student-athletes - for making Monticello shine! Read more
At its March 17 meeting, the Monticello Central School District Board of Education awarded individuals from the district for demonstrating a greater than average commitment to students, education and the district’s community. 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
Visitors to the high school’s gymnasium will soon be greeted by a wood-cut display and cluster of plaques with the photos and names of the recipients of the school’s newly-created Student Athlete Awards. Read more
Varsity Tennis Coach Urvashi Gupta has been named the Virginia and Chuck Landis High School Coach of the Year by the U.S. Tennis Association Eastern Section, which encompasses all of New York plus parts of New Jersey and Connecticut. Gupta has been a coach at Monticello High School for over 25 years, during which time she has helped her players improve and worked hard to grow the game. 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.
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
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