WELCOME TO MONETT R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT!
Annual Health Fair at the MIS/MMS FEMA Building next Monday, November 30th:
Reminder to all faculty and staff:
You have until midnight November 28th to register!
To view instructions for scheduling your HRA screening:
Reminder of No School Days:
Monett R-1 will not be having classes Wednesday - Friday, November 25th - 27th for Thanksgiving break and Monday, November 30th for teacher professional development day.
Classes will resume Tuesday, December 1st!
Welcome to Monett R-1 School District!
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the central office and all campus offices will be closed Wednesday - Friday, November 25th - 27th.
Teacher Professional Development Day
Board Vice-President, Ken Gaspar, showed the school board's appreciation to the entire Monett Elementary School Team for the tremendous support of their students:
(l. to r.) Susie Gasser, MES Principal; Sarah Garner,
Asst. Principal, and Ken Gaspar.
Central Park Elementary Teacher, Josh Carter and his students demonstrated to the school board two new personalized learning programs (Lexia and ALEKS):
Board of Education Recognized the Teacher of the Month (program co-sponsored by EFCO and the Monett Times:
At left, Carrie Smith, 1st grade teacher,
named Teacher of the Month with
MES Building Principal, Susie Gasser.
Congratulations, Mrs. Smith!
Board of Education hears report of Holocaust Research Trip from Amy Sampson, MHS teacher and Kristy Berger, MIS teacher:
Annual Golden Age Dinner: Another Huge Success!
Great job students, faculty, and staff!
MHS FFA Students Bring Visitors to Monett Elementary Students to enjoy during Annual Barnyard Days!
Update: School Messenger - Choose How You are Notified
Although we have just entered the fall season, we all know that winter weather is just around the corner. We, like most other school districts in the area, utilize an automated phone calling system to inform our families when school will be cancelled because of inclement weather. This year our system will allow you as a parent to customize the manner in which you receive these inclement weather messages as well as the other automated messages we send to inform parents concerning school day emergencies, student attendance, lunch account status, and other general reminders.
From this point forward, you will have the ability to log in to your existing PowerSchool account (the one you created to e-register your children this school year) and customize which format you would prefer to receive alerts (voice, text, or email) as well as choosing which phone number(s) or email account(s) you prefer to receive each type of automated message.
Our default setting for messages is to send to each main number that is listed for each student in our PowerSchool system. Now you will have the ability to customize your messages by adding or deleting from these default settings. Please keep in mind, however, that we will continue to reserve the right to override your customized settings in emergency situations in an effort to get time-sensitive information out to all parents in an expedient manner as possible.
We have created a video tutorial that will guide you through the process of accessing this portal within PowerSchool in order for you to begin the process of customizing your school message center needs.
SchoolMessenger - English
School Messenger - Spanish
It is our hope that this video will assist you completely with setting up your personal settings for receiving our automated messages. If you have questions about this process or suggestions for improving this system, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Direct Links Below for Student Enrollment/Student Information Updates:
Nominate a Teacher Today!
Sponsored by EFCO, a Pella Company, and the
The winning teacher will receive $250 for classroom use, a special recognition plaque,and a featured article/photo in the Monett Times.
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
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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