Budget vote legal notice

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a budget hearing of the qualified voters of the Monticello Central School District, Sullivan County, New York will be held on Thursday, May 4, 2023, at 7:30 PM prevailing time in the Robert J. Kaiser Middle School Cafeteria, 45 Breakey Avenue, Monticello, New York, for the presentation of the budget …

Students celebrate Music in Our Schools Month with original compositions

In honor of Music in Our Schools Month, Timothy Buckley showcased some of his seventh-grade general music compositional work. The seventh-grade students were asked to create a composition with a partner that had expressive intent, was playable by the group on piano or guitar and was in AB form. Here are some of the great …

MHS woodworking students create benches for athletic fields

Students in Don Waddell’s woodworking class at Monticello High School, including athletes Aaliyah Mota, Kayla Collins, Ellie Ocampo and Alex Dietz, collaborated with the athletic department to construct four new 16-foot benches for the district’s athletic fields. The benches will be utilized by our Panthers for years to come. Kudos to all! 

JV/Varsity baseball teams lead baseball clinic with Little League

On Saturday, March 25, members of the Monticello JV and Varsity baseball teams led a baseball clinic with the Monticello Little League. The student athletes served as instructors and taught their younger counterparts proper fielding, sliding and hitting drills. They even worked with the younger players on their pitching skills. 

Winter issue of Middle Wrinkle is live

The winter issue of the Middle Wrinkle, the Robert J. Kaiser Middle School writing and art journal is now live. Read it online

Chase students celebrate Agricultural Literacy Week

March 20-24 is Agricultural Literacy Week, where volunteers throughout New York State visit classrooms to read a book with an agricultural theme to celebrate New York agriculture. Barbara Moran, 4-H Youth Development Program Manager at Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County, visited Mrs. Furman’s second-grade class and read the story, Tomatoes for Neela. The students then …