Childcare for Essential Workers

By Executive Order, the public school districts of Sullivan County, in collaboration with the Sullivan County Child Care Council, have developed emergency child care plans for essential workers. Essential workers include first responders, healthcare workers, food manufacturers, supermarket workers, food preparation workers, commercial truck drivers, transit workers, carriers of critical and essential materials, construction workers, …

A virtual Golden Ticket Friday at Cooke

It’s Friday — and if you’re a Cooke student, you know what that means — it’s Golden Ticket time! Watch Mr. Palmer and Ms. Hector pull this week’s winners, and then stay tuned till the end for a special exercise with Ms. Mendels!  

MCSD launches tech support webpage

The MCSD is committed to supporting our students and families who are navigating online learning. To that end, we have created a tech support web page to answer some of the most commonly asked questions, and to connect you with the appropriate contact to resolve any technological-related challenges during the district’s COVID-19 closure. Visit the …

Calling all music lovers!

Whether you’re a current student, a staff member, a graduate, a parent, or just a supporter of music education, we want to hear from you! In honor of Monticello’s 10th year of earning  the Best Communities for Music Education distinction, and in honor of our outstanding music department, we invite you to send a message …

Cooke yearbook order deadline extended to April 30

Cooke families now have until April 30 to order their yearbook.   Order your yearbook online here, and use school code: 10933620 The cost is $12 per book.  View a copy of the order form 

Enrichment/Review/Resource information during the school closure

The Enrichment/Review/Resource webpage is your one-stop-shop for a variety of resources to help during the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent school closure. This page is frequently updated; please check back for the most up-to-date information.  For information regarding individual class assignments or information, please contact your/your child’s teacher.  Table of Contents Coronavirus-related announcements/information Central Office/Business Offices …

April 17 update from Dr. Silver: schools to remain closed through May 15, virtual instruction continues

para una traducción en español haga clic aquí Dear Monticello families: Yesterday, Governor Cuomo extended the executive order to keep schools closed through May 15. As such, we will continue with our virtual learning plan until the governor allows us to reopen.  Earlier this week, our technology department distributed nearly 750 devices to students who …

A decade of nationally-recognized musical excellence at Monticello

The Monticello Central School District (MCSD) has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for the 10th year in a row in honor of its outstanding commitment to music education.   Now in its 21st year, the Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding …

Census 2020 is important to your district

This spring, the U.S. Census Bureau will conduct the 2020 Census, administering a population count of everyone in the United States between March and June. Why is this important to residents of the Monticello Central School District? The census will determine federal fund distribution levels as well as political boundaries and more. Participation by residents …