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. …

The tradition of giving continues with the 2018 MHS Toy Drive

This year’s Toy Drive was a success thanks to countless donations and the competitive spirit of our Monticello High School students, faculty, and staff. After twelve collections days, we were able to raise close to $2000, which enabled the committee to fulfill approximately 130 wishes. Coordinating with our local Head Start, the committee received wish …

Alumna Brasington Visits MHS NAF Academy of Finance

Written by NAF AOF Entrepreneurship students William Weiss, Jr. and Joseph Hundeland Monticello High School (MHS) National Academy Foundation (NAF) Academy Of Finance (AOF) graduate Angela Brasington recently visited her alma mater to speak with the AOF Entrepreneurship class at Monticello High School to share some information about herself and her businesses. Angela’s companies, Anjé …

MHS yearbooks are on sale now

The cost of the yearbook is $70 or $75 for a personalized copy. To order, please see Mrs. Ross or Mr. Mabee in room 200 or visit www.yearbookordercenter.com and enter code 5999. 

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 …

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 …

Academy of Finance hosts breakfast for advisory board

By AOF student Raheem House On Oct. 3, 2018, the Academy of Finance held a breakfast for the advisory board members to meet with the students and provide information on what it is like in the business world. The students looked very professional dressed in their business attire. The breakfast participants played a game that helped …