Cooke Elementary students and staff dress to the nines for annual “Denim & Pink” fundraiser

Students and staff at George L. Cooke Elementary School dressed to the nines in pink and denim on Thursday, Oct. 27 for the school’s annual “pink and denim” fundraiser to support breast cancer awareness. The yearly event offers students and staff the opportunity to wear pink and denim attire in exchange for a donation. This …

MHS fashion students craft outfits from newspaper

Earlier this week, MHS Family and Consumer Science teacher, Erica Jennings challenged students to create an outfit using only the following items: one garbage bag, newspaper, tape and scissors. Students worked in small groups to create a unique ensemble. Check out the results below: 

Second-grade students learn about voting with snack election

Second-grade students at the George L. Cooke Elementary School learned important lessons about the voting process during an election day activity in Ms. Kilcoin’s class. In Ms. Kilcoin’s room, there’s a large calendar at the front of the classroom, and on the square for Nov. 8, there is a flag with the words “election day.” …

Three upcoming dates for senior pictures — book your appointment ASAP

There are three upcoming available dates for senior pictures – Dec. 1, Dec. 2 and Dec. 8. If you are a senior and have not yet booked your senior picture appointment, please call 855-773-3321 or visit https//upstateimages.com/seniors to schedule an appointment. Please see Mrs. Ross in room 200 if you have any additional questions.   

MCSD welcomes Michele McCoy as the new Director of Pupil Personnel Services (PPS)

Monticello Central School District is thrilled to welcome Michele McCoy as the district’s new director of pupil personnel services (PPS). A native of Walden, NY, Ms. McCoy brings over 20 years of education experience and a wealth of knowledge to her new position. “I’m excited to bring my skillset to MCSD and look forward to …

Company soliciting advertising in Monticello is unaffiliated with the district

It has come to our attention that individuals claiming to be representatives of a company called “AAA Sports Publications” are targeting small businesses and other local organizations to solicit advertising and “sponsorships.” We have been told that the individuals infer that they are partners of the district. Please be advised that the district is not …

Jen Gorr takes helm of new preschool/high school program at St. John Street Community School

From being the first high school in the village, to hosting space for agencies to provide community services, the building at 22 St. John Street has served the Monticello community for generations. This year, a new initiative launched – the St. John Street Community School (SJSCS), which serves some of our youngest learners, as well as some of our most complex learners in …