Cooke Picture Days rescheduled

The George L. Cooke Elementary School picture days have been rescheduled to Jan. 25, 26, 28 and 29.  Jan 25 and 26 – Cohort A/C/D Jan 28 and 29 – Cohort B/C/D Parents of students who are learning remotely must call the school to make an appointment for pictures. 

COVID Conversation with EPIC will be held Tuesday, Dec. 1

The Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) program will host a virtual “COVID Conversation” on Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m.  The event will feature:  a short video from EPIC on COVID concerns Question and answer session with a Project Excel school nurse STEM family experiment and “Sick Simon” story, both by Jane Sorenson from EPIC …

District to appoint interim/acting principal for Cooke Elementary School

Spanish   Dear Monticello CSD Staff and Community Member, George Cooke Elementary School Principal Conmeka Lockhart has, unfortunately, submitted her resignation as principal, effective Dec. 11, 2020. We will appoint an interim or acting principal to cover this important position in the short-term. This will also allow us to conduct a more thorough search for …

Scheduled maintenance on Nov. 25 may temporarily interrupt district networks

On Wednesday, Nov.  25th beginning at 4 p.m.  and concluding at 8 p.m., the Mid-Hudson Regional Information Center (MHRIC) will be conducting scheduled system maintenance.  Internet connectivity and connection to services will be periodically unavailable during that time. This will affect our Internet access and connections to district services (ClassLink, Email, etc.)

After-school tech help is available

Tech help for parents, students, and teachers is now available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday after school and can be booked through this bookings page. If you have a student or parent who is struggling with the tech tools we are using, please send them the link to sign up, or have them contact Anna Estep by email 

Thank you, School-Related Professionals!

Tuesday, Nov. 17 is School-Related Professionals Recognition Day. Whether its keeping our buildings secure, keeping the main office running smoothly, providing one-on-one support in the classroom, or delivering lunches these hard workers influence every aspect of our students’ learning experiences and we are grateful for their contributions, especially during this challenging year.  See some photos …

Sullivan County Public Health Services clarifies when to quarantine, or isolate as COVID-19 cases rise

The information below is a press release issued on Monday, Nov. 16,  by Nancy McGraw,  Public Health Director, Sullivan County Public Health Services The Disease Control (Epidemiology) team at Sullivan County Public Health Services, is urging local residents who have come into close contact with someone who has COVID-19 to quarantine for the recommended 14 …