Panther Parade will be held on Friday, April 3

On Friday, April 3, teachers and staff from the Monticello Central School District will head out on a “Panther Parade” to say “hello” and help spread some cheer. Teachers and faculty in cars will depart from the Emma C. Chase Elementary School at approximately 10 a.m. and head out throughout the district caravan-style. Maps of the routes are available below, …

April 1: Update from Dr. Silver re: spring break cancellation and schedule

para una traducción en español haga clic aquí Dear families:  Things change very rapidly…    As I’m sure most of you know from the headlines in the Herald Record, we have been ordered by the Governor to cancel spring break and continue with the three activities we are required to do to preserve our state aid.  …

Staying organized during the COVID-19 closure

The second episode of the RJK’s Guidance Department’s video series, Catching Up With the Counselors  is now live. This week, they share tips on how to stay organized and productive while school is out.  Visit the Catching Up With the Counselors’ webpage or subscribe to the playlist on YouTube. 

Enrichment/Review/Resource information during the school closure

The Enrichment/Review/Resource webpage is your one-stop-shop for a variety of resources to help during the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent school closure. This page is frequently updated; please check back for the most up-to-date information.  For information regarding individual class assignments or information, please contact your/your child’s teacher.  Table of Contents Coronavirus-related announcements/information Central Office/Business Offices …

March 27 – Update from Dr. Silver re: extended school closure, meal delivery and more

para una traducción en español haga clic aquí Dear Families:   We continue to make the best of the extraordinary situation we find ourselves in.  None of us have ever experienced anything like this, and we are all inventing solutions as we go.  I hope that you and your family are healthy and safe, and that the school district is supporting you in …

Census 2020 is important to your district

This spring, the U.S. Census Bureau will conduct the 2020 Census, administering a population count of everyone in the United States between March and June. 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 …

Winter 2019-20 STREAM newsletter

The Monticello Central School District STREAM committee has just released the winter 2019-20 edition of their seasonal newsletter.  Click here to see what the STREAM team has been up to, and some easy ways to incorporate STREAM learning at home. 

RJK Guidance Department launches video series

The Robert J. Kaiser Middle School team has launched “Catching Up with the Counselors” – a video series highlighting helpful hints for students and their families during the COVID-19 school closure.  Visit the series’ webpage here or subscribe to the district’s YouTube channel for the latest videos.