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 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.   …

Resources for families

At Monticello Central School District, we are committed to providing and connecting our families with the resources that they need to thrive, particularly during these extraordinary times.  Please continue to check page on this page, as it is frequently updated.  For information regarding individual class assignments or information, please contact your/your child’s teacher.  Not sure …

MBK’s annual Thanksgiving dinner brings the community together

On Monday, Nov. 25 more than 120 members of the Monticello community gathered for the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) program’s annual Thanksgiving Dinner. Families, friends and businesses enjoyed a free Thanksgiving meal and a night of fun and friendship complete with giveaways, games and a turkey to bring home. The event was made possible by …

Rachel Blount named MBK coordinator as integral program continues to grow

The Monticello My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) program has grown in leaps and bounds since its inception in 2017, and Rachel Blount is poised to continue to expand this integral program that has been the catalyst for a wave of positive impacts on youth of color in Monticello. Ms. Blount, who is the Assistant Principal of …

Monticello becomes 25th My Brother’s Keeper community

Press release courtesy of the New York State Education Department The New York State My Brother’s Keeper Community Network now includes 25 member communities, Interim State Education Commissioner Beth Berlin announced Oct. 4, 2019. The program recently added connections with Peekskill and Monticello City, the 24th and 25th communities to join the growing initiative to …

The summer 2019 edition of The Keeper’s Secret is out

Read the summer 2019 edition of The Keeper’s Secret to catch up with the Monticello My Brother’s Keeper program and to see what’s in store next for this trailblazing initiative.