All Monticello students will receive $420 in food benefits through P-EBT program

Each student enrolled in the Monticello Central School District will receive $420 in food benefits through the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program between June and August. P-EBT is a new program to help fill the school meals gap for children who lost access to free or reduced-price school meals due to COVID-19 school closures. …

A message from Superintendent of Schools Dr. Matthew Evans

Dear Monticello Central School District Community Member,  I hope this finds you and your family well, and enjoying your summer  Under normal circumstances, this would be a simple, “looking forward to meeting you,” letter by an incoming superintendent.  These obviously are not simple times, and while I am eager to serve this community, I also recognize the challenges that lie ahead of us.  …

Watch the official 2020 graduation ceremony on June 28 at 1 p.m.

The official 2020 graduation ceremony will premiere on the district’s YouTube channel on June 28 at 1 p.m. at this link. Please note that if you click the link prior to 1 p.m. on June 28, you will see an error message. While you’re waiting, check out the trailer below: 

Cornell Cooperative Extension program surveying families about nutrition

A message from Cornell Cooperative Extension’s SNAP-Ed Nutrition Education program:  Please participate in this  2-3 minute survey to help the SNAP- Ed Nutrition Education program find better ways to connect your family with tips and tricks to save time, save money and eat healthy.  Please click this link to be directly connected

Census 2020 is important to your district

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 of the Monticello Central School District in the 2020 census will have an impact for our schools. And remember, the census is performed once every …

Meal delivery will continue until further notice

Although school has ended for the 2019-20 school year, Monticello Central School District will continue delivering meals to students until further notice.  The schedule and deliver routes will remain the same. Please click here for more information

Faces on Fire, Volume 3 highlights tech team, graduation committee/staff

In the latest edition of “Faces on Fire,” we highlight our technology team, who has navigated us all through these unchartered waters of distance learning, and our graduation committee and staff who worked hard to give our seniors the graduation experience they deserve.  Click the image below to read more: