Spots available on trap team for spring season

Update from MHS Trap Team coach Jay Mendels:  Registration with the state league is presently underway for the spring season, and there are several spots open before we fill our roster.  This is a co-ed program, and prior experience is not required.  For students in grades 6-12, ages 12 and older (must remain academically eligible to participate).  …

EPIC to host Spanish Workshop on “Love is a Powerful Vitamin” on Feb. 6

El programa Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) organizará un taller en español para familias de Monticello a través de Zoom el martes 6 de febrero a las 5:45 p.m. Las familias discutirán el tema “El amor es una vitamina poderosa”. El taller será presentado por Marta Mangual. El evento es gratis, pero se necesita registrarse. …

Inspired by Malala Yousafzai, sixth-grade students write about the power of the pencil

Students in Stephanie Santoro’s sixth-grade ELA class at the Robert J. Kaiser Middle School improved their writing skills thanks to Malala Yousafzai and her magic pencil. The class had been learning about Malala, and her advocacy over the past few months. Last week, Ms. Santoro read Malala’s Magic Pencil aloud to the class. The story, …

Applications open for Sullivan County Poet Laureate

The Sullivan Public Library Alliance is accepting applications for its Sullivan County Poet Laureate. Applications are due by Sunday, March 24. For more information about the SC Poet Laureate and how to apply, please visit the Livingston Manor Library’s webpage. 

Update from Superintendent Evans re: remaining snow days

Español Dear Monticello CSD Community Member,  I hope this letter finds you healthy and well.  As of today, the district has four (4) emergency closure days remaining for this school year.  Should these remaining four days be used for emergency closures or “snow days,” we will switch schools to remote instruction on any emergency closure …

EPIC to host Spanish Workshop on “Fostering Emotional Growth” on Jan. 23

El programa Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) organizará un taller en español para familias de Monticello a través de Zoom el martes 23 de enero a las 5:45 p.m. vía Zoom. Las familias discutirán el tema de “Fomentar el crecimiento emocional”. El taller será presentado por Marta Mangual. El evento es gratis, pero se necesita …

Join Superintendent Evans for Open Office Hours

In an effort to provide a convenient avenue for community connections, Superintendent Evans has scheduled a series of virtual “Open Office Hours.” During these dates and times, Superintendent Evans will be available via Zoom to chat with community members about suggestions, concerns or feedback. No appointment is necessary, although attendees may have a brief wait …

RJK dance on Jan. 12 canceled

The Robert J. Kaiser Middle School dance scheduled for Jan. 12 has been canceled and will be rescheduled.

Board of Education appoints Tokinma Killins as the district’s new director of counseling, SEL and student services

The Monticello Central School District is thrilled to welcome Tokinma Killins as the district’s new director of counseling, social-emotional learning (SEL) and student services! The Board of Education officially appointed Ms. Killins to the position at the Nov. 2 meeting. “I’m excited about all the new learning opportunities and challenges that come with navigating new …

Fall STREAM newsletter is live!

The Monticello Central School District’s STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Math) Committee would like to present their Fall newsletter. Within the newsletter, MCSD staff, students, and community members will find highlights of some amazing classrooms around the district and plenty of helpful resources! Read the newsletter.