EPIC to host “Fostering Self-Esteem” workshop in Arabic on April 23

سيستضيف برنامج كل شخص يؤثر على الأطفال (EPIC) ورشة عمل باللغة العربية لعائلات مونتيسيلو عبر Zoom يوم الثلاثاء 23 أبريل الساعة 5:30 مساءً. ستناقش العائلات موضوع “تعزيز احترام الذات”. ستستضيف الورشة أمنية الغالي. الحدث مجاني، ولكن التسجيل مطلوب. برجاء إرسال بريد إلكتروني إلى أمنية الغالي على oelghaly@k12mcsd.net للتسجيل. The Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) program …

Community invited to capital project presentation and tour of athletic facilities

Get up close and personal with our current athletic facilities and see why the Monticello Central School District is proposing a capital improvement project that would replace our deteriorating facilities with a brand-new modernized track and football field. The event begins on Thursday, May 2 at 6 p.m. in the lower gym at Monticello High …

RJK and MHS students participate in Youth Poetry Festival

On Sunday, April 14th, The Third Annual Youth Poetry Festival took place at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Students all over Sullivan County submit original poems which were voted on by a panel of judges.  Prizes were awarded in grade level categories. Students in Mr. Gold’s Poets and Writer’s Club submitted poems as well …

Tutoring available for MBK/MSK students at the RJK school

Tutoring is being offered at the Robert J. Kaiser Middle School for My Brother’s Keeper/My Sister’s Keeper students on Monday through Thursday from 2:30-4:30. If you would like for your student to be involved please contact coach I at Icayetano@k12mcsd.net or Ms. Killins at tkillins@k12mcsd.net

Solar eclipse fun at Cooke

Technology Integration Specialist Lisa Jamin created this video showing off the solar eclipse experience at the Cooke school. Watch below: 

From farm to classroom: local maple farmer teaches elementary students how to make maple syrup

Students at George Cooke Elementary School found themselves in a sticky situation when local maple farmer Todd Mitchell visited on March 14. Students in Mrs. Leibman’s, Mrs. Ferentionos’s, Mrs. Moore’s and Mrs. Vandermulen’s kindergarten classes were excited to learn how maple syrup is made; they listened closely as Mr. Mitchell explained the process, including how …

MHS students shine in Once Upon a Mattress

The Monticello Performing Arts production of “Once Upon a Mattress” completed two outstanding performances to enthusiastic crowds of family, friends and community members this past weekend! The comedic adaptation of the classic “The Princess & The Pea” fairytale captivated audiences from beginning to end. A huge congratulations to all of the cast, crew, pit orchestra, …