Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Teachers experience college life in one day at Marist College

Students in the Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Teachers (TSTT) program had the opportunity to get a taste of the “suite” life on a recent trip to Marist College. TSTT is a program that works to recruit, mentor and train culturally diverse and economically challenged students to become effective teachers and committed leaders. The organization collaborated with …

EPIC will host “Meal Planning Made Easy” Family Engagement Workshop on March 29

The Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) program will host a virtual family engagement workshop, “Meal Planning Made Easy”, for Monticello families on Tuesday, March 29 at 6:30PM via Zoom. Participants will gather to learn how to create a family meal plan on a budget and how to get the entire family involved in the meal …

EPIC to host “Parent Café: Sensory Meditation” on March 24

*Ver esta publicación en español.* The Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) program will host a virtual workshop for Monticello families on Thursday, March 24 at 6:45PM via Zoom. Participants will gather to learn various calming techniques, including how to calm the “5 Senses” through meditation. In addition, participants will support, share and learn from other …

EPIC will host second “RULER” Workshop on Feb. 28

  The Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) program will host a virtual workshop for Monticello families on Monday, February 28 at 6:45PM via Zoom. Participants will gather to revisit the RULER approach and to learn about the Anchor Tool of the Charter: Creating a Personalized Charter for Your Family.  The event will be facilitated by …

EPIC will host “Healthy Hearts” Family Engagement Workshop on Feb. 23

The Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) program will host a virtual workshop for Monticello families on Wednesday, February 23 at 6:30PM via Zoom. Participants will gather to hear from nutritionist Bee Moser, M.S. from SNAP-ED New York – Cornell Cooperative Extension to learn how to eat on a budget and the health benefits of cooking …

Message from Superintendent Evans on updated COVID-19 guidance

Dear Monticello CSD Community Member, I hope this message finds you well and keeping warm. This update is to help you understand the public health agency guidance we are following presently, regarding COVID-19 quarantines, isolation, and contact tracing. The most current guidance we are using are Sullivan County Public Health Services’ (SCPHS) “decision tree,” and …

Message from Superintendent regarding Thanksgiving travel

para español, haga clic aqui Dear Monticello CSD Community and Staff Member, Earlier this week, we closed the George Cooke Elementary School and pivoted all students to remote instruction, after one staff member tested positive for COVID-19, and another staff member was symptomatic. All direct contacts of the staff member who tested positive were contacted …

Two Monticello students named as MBK Fellows

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) named Monticello High School students Mark Bellamy and Carl Allen as members of the third class of My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Fellows. MBK Fellows are identified as leaders in their MBK Communities and as part of the distinction, receive mentor relationship opportunities in government, education and business.   …