Monti-MBK program plans community-wide MLK celebration

On Monday, Jan. 21, the Monticello Central School District’s My Brother’s Keeper program will hold its second-annual Martin Luther King, Jr. party from 5 – 9 p.m. at the Ted Strobele Recreation Center, located at 10 Jefferson St. in Monticello, New York. The event is free and open to the public. The party celebrates Dr. …

Board of Education will meet on Jan. 17 at RJK cafeteria

There will be a regular meeting of the Monticello Central School District Board of Education on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the RJK Middle School Cafeteria. There will be a proposed executive session at 6:30 p.m. The open meeting will occur after the completion of the executive session.

January 2019 Navigator

In the January 2019 edition of The Monti Navigator, Superintendent Tammy Mangus reflects on why January’s life-ready skill of communication is critical to our 2020 Vision. Plus,  Classroom 2020 updates, the link between attendance and student success and our Model Schools Message of the month.  Read previous issues of The Monti Navigator in the Superintendent’s …

Help us make Monticello High School “No Place For Hate”

The Monticello Central School District recognizes that the ability to empathize and act with kindness is as critical to childhood development as the ability to add two plus two or write the alphabet. The district has long been a leader in prioritizing the emotional needs of its students with the implementation of programs and strategies …

Beloved school security attendant headed to police academy

It is often said that children learn best by example. Students of the Monticello Central School District are fortunate to be able to witness adults in their community strive for continuous growth — even if it means they’ll have to say “see you later” to a staff pillar such as School Security Attendant Ray Ciprian. …

Jan. 3, 2019: Early dismissal at the high school and middle school

Update: 2:01 p.m.: The fire department has assessed the classroom and determined the leak is not a danger. The gas is still disconnected, and the district awaits the arrival of the gas company to resolve the problem.  On the afternoon of Jan. 3, 2019 a science teacher reported a strong odor of propane. Although we …

MCSD welcomes new Director, Assistant Director of Transportation

The transportation department at Monticello Central School District welcomed a new leadership duo this fall. Robin Sklar and Tonya Newcomb have joined the Monticello team as Director of Transportation and Assistant Director of Transportation, respectively. The pair brings decades of experience in school transportation to their new roles. Both began as bus drivers and sought …

MCSD leaders presented with the Eugene T. Reville Award for Service to Education

Superintendent Tammy Mangus and Executive Director of Special, Summer and After-School Programs Dana Taylor were presented with the Eugene T. Reville Award for Service to Education for the Monticello Central School District during the Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) annual Heroes Reception in Buffalo, New York on Nov. 8. The award, named for former Buffalo …