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WELCOME TO MONETT R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT!
New Teacher Induction Days 2016 and Back to School 2016 Schedules:
Welcome to Monett R-1 School District!
Summer Office Hours Announced:

Click to view Summer Office Hours 2016:

(Complete office hours schedule from May 31st - August 1st).
 


Remaining Monett Elementary Preschool & Kindergarten screening dates:

To schedule a preschool or kindergarten screening
Call 417.235.3411 at the Monett Elementary Office
Screenings take about an hour.
Needed are your child's immunization record and a copy of your child’s birth certificate.

 Remaining Screening Dates:  June 15th and 16th.


Student Recognition at Monett R-1 Board of Education May Meeting:

(l. to r.) Emily Mondragon whose artwork was selected to 
be displayed at the State Capitol during the Youth Art Month;
Alisa Moua, Best of Show winner in the Big 8 Art Show; and
Dr. Jay Apostol, Monett Middle School Principal. 


MMS Student Council was recognized for receiving the
Honor Council Award from the MO Association of Student Councils.  
Amy Barker (l.), MMS STUCO Advisor, Riley Brown, STUCO Rep.
and MMS Principal, Dr. Jay Apostol.


(l.) Abby Patton whose photo was one of 5,000 entries selected
to appear in Josten's photo book and Dr. Apostol, MMS Principal. 


David Williams and (l.) Mrs. Kristy Sivils, Ag Advisor, recognized members
of the Monett FFA Chapter members for all their accomplishments at the state
level competition.  The FFA club was also recognized for being a Gold
Emblem FFA Chapter.
Front (l. to r.) Mrs. Kristy Sivils, Advisor,Cassidy Abramovitz, horse team member receiving group II rating; Lora Wright, selected for MO Agribusiness Academy and poultry team - 5th place;
Back: Sam Masri, placed 25th in individual competition and poultry team - 5th place;
Iris Wormington, 7th in individual competition and poultry team - 5th place; Evan Lauderdale, provided
musical entertainment at the State FFA Convention; and Annie Besch, poultry team - 5th place. 
Staff Recognition at May Board Meeting:

Dr. Brad Hanson recognized Mr. Doug Childress for his 
6 years of service on the Monett Board of Education.


Speech-Language therapists were recognized for their
outstanding service in observance of May designated as
Better Speech and Hearing Month. (l. to r.): Morgan Hastings,
Suzanne Sloan, Elizabeth Stotlemeyer,Judy Seawel, and Carrie Zahn
Random Drug Screening Powerpoint Proposal

Monett Girls Youth Volleyball Camp 2016:
Contact: Coach Dalton (jdalton@monettschools.org)
Where:  
MHS         
Cost:  $30.00
Monday, June 27th: Serving and Passing   
3rd - 4th Grade:  8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
5th - 6th Grade:  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
7th - 8th Grade:   2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Tuesday, June 28th: Setting and Hitting      
3rd - 4th Grade:  8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
5th - 6th Grade:  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
7th - 8th Grade:  2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Wednesday, June 29th: Games and Awards     
3rd - 4th Grade:  8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
5th - 6th Grade:  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
7th - 8th Grade:   2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


 
Monett Elementary Students from Ms. Forrest's, Ms. Holbrook's, and Ms. Chapman's 2nd grade classes presented the program at the May board meeting on their project-based effort to use an "old" MES building.





Cub Pride - May 13, 2016
 

    As we approach the end of another school year, I always like to reflect on the theme and goals set forth at the beginning of the year to assess progress towards meeting those goals.  In August, I challenged Monett R-1 staff to commit to the theme “Point A to Point B…Make it Extraordinary!”  Obviously, this theme relates to our most important commitment as educators to take each student where he or she is academically and to motivate, inspire, and challenge each student to improve each and every day.  Hopefully, this commitment leads to growth beyond the ordinary (average), or extraordinary growth.  

     I hope that as educators we can reflect backwards from the Point B of each school year and have the comfort that we have given our all to ensure the most extraordinary growth for our students.  After all, this is central to our continued mission of always being “Student Focused” and “Future Driven.”
 
     I also believe that this theme can be applied to any type of growth or goal-setting situation.  Tonight we will graduate 163 seniors from Monett High School, each coming to the Point B of his or her elementary and secondary education formative years.  Their 13-year journey from Point A has been a long one but most likely has been filled with many extraordinary moments.  I will ask this senior class to reflect on their journey with all of its peaks and valleys in an effort to understand the outstanding growth that has been made over their educational careers.
 
     Tonight will also mark the beginning of a new Point A for all of our graduates as they begin the process of transitioning to new roles in their future.  Many of our graduates will continue their education at colleges and universities or technical schools, others will continue their careers in the military, while still others will begin their work careers.  We are obviously excited for each of them and cannot wait to see what positive impact he or she will have on our community, our nation, and our world in the future.  Their future success in whichever path they take will be the true measure of whether we as a school district have met our overall mission.
 
     This continuous cycle of Point A to Point B keeps all of us moving forward in a positive manner throughout our lives.  As all of us come to the conclusion (Point B) of this school year, I hope we will reflect on our journey and take time to be thankful for our extraordinary success, while at the same time challenging ourselves to move forward in 2016-17 with a new Point A and sights on even more extraordinary growth.
 
     Thank you to all who support the Monett R-1 School District for an extraordinary 2015-16 school year!

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Dr. Brad Hanson's New Theme for 2015-2016: "Point A to Point B...Make it EXTRAORDINARY!"

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District Vision/Plan on a Page


Monett R-1 School District Vision

The purpose of the Monett R-1 School District is to prepare students for their future.
We are "student focused" and "future driven".


Click here to view entire Monett R-1 School District Plan on a Page:
 
STUDENT PERFORMANCE
The district will promote the personalization of teaching and learning to maximize student academic growth and success beyond high school. 

HIGHLY QUALIFIED STAFF
The district will attract, employ, and retain motivated faculty and staff who are committed to personalizing learning for all students. 

FACILITY and RESOURCES
The district will provide safe, clean, and effective settings that foster learning.
The district will provide current instructional resources.

PARENT and COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
The district will partner with families, businesses, and the community to promote active engagement to support the personalization of learning for all students. 

LEADERSHIP and GOVERNANCE
The school board will set student-focused policy and provide supportive leadership.
The administration will facilitate a collaborative climate focused on personalized student success. 




 
 


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