STREAM Spring/Summer Newsletter is live

The STREAM Spring/Summer Newsletter is live. Click here to read all of the wonderful initiatives happening in our STREAM program. 

Important message regarding state requirements from the school health office for the upcoming 22/23 school year

Within 14 days of the first day of school or day care, parents must: Show proof of their child’s up-to-date vaccinations, OR Provide a valid medical exemption from vaccination. In order to attend or remain in school or day care, children who are unvaccinated or overdue must receive at least the first dose of all …

Class of 2022 takes a step back in the Panther Parade of Pride

Before the class of 2022 takes their next steps forward, they took a step back to where it all began — the halls of all the buildings of Monticello Central School District while the entire district cheered them on.  Watch the video:  To see a full album of photos from the day, click here 

MBK and TSTT students prepare for village parade

Students in the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) and Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Teachers (TSTT) programs created signs to celebrate Juneteenth in preparation for the Village of Monticello’s Juneteenth Celebration, which will be held on Saturday, June 18. The groups were among many others marching in the parade, which kicked off at the Monticello Police Station on …

Chase students tour the BearCat

Monticello School Resource Officer Deputy Mike Barrett gave fifth-grade students a tour of the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office’s BearCat. The BearCat, which is operated by the Sheriff’s emergency service unit is a 20,000-pound armored vehicle designed to protect law enforcement responding to volatile situations. Students had the opportunity to walk through the vehicle, and then …

District staff honored at Healthier Generations Celebration

Monticello Central School District staff members were recognized at the Healthier Generations Celebration held on June 7 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. According to the organization’s website, “As Sullivan County struggles at the bottom of the county health rankings each year, our children and youth continue to pay the price with poor health …

Students have another successful year in Cross County Reading Challenge; festival to be held May 21

The Cross County Reading Challenge, organized by Sullivan County BOCES, had another successful year of promoting independent reading. Students, and teachers, from each school in the county were encouraged to log the books they read this school year starting October 2021. Monthly Amazon gift cards were awarded to students who logged their books as extra …

Assembly encourages fourth-grade students to play instruments

In Monticello Central School District’s music education program, fifth grade is a banner year. It’s this year that students are able to begin studying an instrument of their choice. For many students, this will be their first foray into instrumental music, so to help facilitate the selection process, the music students of Monticello High School …

Sullivan County has been designated “high” risk area; masks recommended

español  Dear Monticello CSD Community and Staff Members, Sullivan County has been recently designated, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s metrics, as a “high” risk area for COVID-19 community transmission.  The CDC recommends that individuals in “high” risk areas: Wear a mask indoors in public Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines Get tested if symptomatic The CDC also recommends …