Do you know of a worthy candidate for the Hall of Distinction? Then nominate them! The district is currently accepting nominations until April 15, 2017. Read more
The Monticello Central School District Hall of Distinction honors highly successful alumni, former Board of Education members and former employees who have achieved distinction, outstanding accomplishments or made significant contributions within their school, family, career, community and/or personal lives.
The Hall of Distinction was established by the Board of Education during the 2012-13 school year. The hall is located in the lobby outside the Arnold Packer Hughs Auditorium in Monticello High School. A ceremony is held each year in honor of the inductees.
Who is an alumni? Webster's dictionary defines an alumnus as "a pupil; especially, a graduate of a college or other seminary of learning."
Please take a moment to view a brief video regarding the formation of the Hall of Distinction, its vision and inductees to date.
The 2016 Hall of Distinction Committee includes:
Les Kristt, Chairman (Community Representative)
Robert Bellamy (Community Representative)
Jonathan Farrow (Community Representative)
Robert Green (Community Representative)
Lewis Kaufman (Community Representative)
Tammy Mangus, Superintendent of Schools (Faculty & Staff Representative)
Martin Miller (Community Representative)
Lori Orestano-James (Community Representative)
Susan Purcell (Board of Education Member)
Dana Taylor (Faculty & Staff Representative)
Alyce Van Etten (Board of Education Member)
Stephen Wilder, Monticello High School Principal (Faculty & Staff Representative)
Christine Worthington (Faculty & Staff Representative)
Do you know of a worthy candidate for the Hall of Distinction? Nomination forms are available by clicking on the links below or at the Monticello Central School District Administration Office, 237 Forestburgh Rd., Monticello.