MCSD welcomes new Director, Assistant Director of Transportation

The transportation department at Monticello Central School District welcomed a new leadership duo this fall. Robin Sklar and Tonya Newcomb have joined the Monticello team as Director of Transportation and Assistant Director of Transportation, respectively. The pair brings decades of experience in school transportation to their new roles. Both began as bus drivers and sought …

MCSD leaders presented with the Eugene T. Reville Award for Service to Education

Superintendent Tammy Mangus and Executive Director of Special, Summer and After-School Programs Dana Taylor were presented with the Eugene T. Reville Award for Service to Education for the Monticello Central School District during the Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) annual Heroes Reception in Buffalo, New York on Nov. 8. The award, named for former Buffalo …

Closing, delay and flex day information

With the winter season fast approaching, we encourage our families to review our District’s procedures for school closures, delays and flex days.

Class of 2018 Hall of Distinction inductees are impressive

The Monticello Central School District inducted six accomplished alumni into its Hall of Distinction on Friday, Nov. 2. The Class of 2018 Hall of Distinction inductees included: Anne Rappaport Kaplan – Class of 1938 – the first and only woman to be elected mayor of the Village of Monticello and an admired businesswoman. Les Kristt …

Classroom 2020 passes

Voters in the Monticello Central School District approved the $54 million “Classroom 2020” capital improvement project on Wednesday, Nov. 14, with an unofficial tally of 894 “yes” to 350 “no” votes. The project will fund critical repairs at each building in the district, including repairs to HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems, new roofs, and other …

Academy of Finance hosts breakfast for advisory board

By AOF student Raheem House On Oct. 3, 2018, the Academy of Finance held a breakfast for the advisory board members to meet with the students and provide information on what it is like in the business world. The students looked very professional dressed in their business attire. The breakfast participants played a game that helped …

Sarah Grodin heads to states

Congratulations to Sarah Grodin who qualified for the state cross country championship. Coach Sternkopf and Sarah will head to Long Island on Saturday, Nov. 10, to compete against the state’s top runners. Going into the race, Sarah has clocked the 14th best time in New York State. Good luck to Sarah!  

Sage Evens makes a splash

Freshman Sage Evens, a Monticello student swimming with the Pine Bush team, qualified for the Section 9 championships in two events. She broke a minute in the 100 meter freestyle, a significant achievement for a freshman. Way to go Sage!!

Varsity volleyball team qualifies for sections

Congratulations to the Monticello varsity volleyball team and Coach McCoy who qualified for sectional play. We will miss the seniors who helped build and lead this team but the future of the program looks very bright.