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WELCOME TO MONETT R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT!
Walk to School Week 2015 Sees Growth in Number of Participants

 

Come Out and Support the Monett Elementary School PTO Annual 5k or 1 mile walk: Saturday, April 25th!

Who:  MES PTO
What:     All 12 and under participants receive FREE entry.  All 12 and under who participate in either the 5k or 1 mile walk will receive a finisher’s medal 

When:    Saturday, April 25th, 8:30 a.m.; Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Where:   Monett Elementary School

Race Registration: $20 per person 
Website Link: http://mescubrun.weebly.com
Sponsorship Opportunities: To learn more, contact Jason Hunt, (jason.hunt7291@yahoo.com) or Erin Hunt (erin.hunt@ymail.com).


ACT Testing 2015

The Monett R-1 School District will be administering the ACT to all 11th grade students during the 2014-15 school year.  The testing date has been set for Tuesday, April 28th, beginning at 8:30 a.m.  Tuesday, May 12th, is the designated make-up day.  Any 11th grade students living in the district but not enrolled in school may participate.  Please call Mike Dawson, Asst. Superintendent, at 235-7422 for more information.


Third and fourth grade English Language Learners (ELL)/Migrant students welcome parent activity night attendees in song (under direction of Leah Heidlage, ELL Teacher)

Monett Elementary Offers Additional Pre-K and Kindergarten Screening Dates:

 

 May 6th and 8th 
 June 10th and 12th 

Call 235.3411 to schedule a screening
Boys Basketball Program for Grades 1st - 8th:

The Monett Boys Basketball Program will be holding their summer camps June 3-5 (Wed-Fri) this summer at the HS gym.  Any boy in grades 1-8 is invited to attend.  At the camp we will work on fundamentals and have competitive drills/games.  Cost is $25 and each camper will receive a T-Shirt.  More information on how to register & times are included in the flier.  Hope to see you this summer!  - Coach Land

Click here - view flier:
Monett Intermediate Cubpella Choir Visits Monett Nursing Homes and Monett Senior Center - Delights Listeners with Performance of their "World Tour" pieces under direction of Rachel Murad, Music Teacher

 

                     


Board of Education Student Recognition: State Champions & National FCCLA STAR Events Qualifiers in Sports Nutrition

(l. to r.): Nathan Webb, George Fulton, and Michael Childress


Middle School Student Council: MASC Honor Council Award

(l. to r.): Dr. Jonathan Apostol, Middle School Principal; Maddy
Lee, STUCO rep; and Amy Barker, Middle School STUCO sponsor.

Monett High School Student Council: MASC Honor Council Award

(l. to r.) Kara Tinklepaugh, MHS Counselor; MHS Student 
Council reps: Nathan Webb and Michael Childress; Pam Schmidt,
Monett High School Student Council Sponsor.  
Board of Education Program: All Day Preschool Pilot Program Update

Kassie DeLaSalle, preschool teacher,explained the full-day program
benefits for 4 year olds resulting in accelerated school readiness for
each student. 
Monett Board of Education Re-organizational Meeting for 2015-2016 School Year - Officers Re-elected:
President - Mr. Doug Childress
Vice-President - Mr. Ken Gaspar
Mrs. Patty Leach, Secretary
Mrs. Tracy Wimberley, Treasurer

        
Doug Childress
 

    








Ken Gaspar


 
Last Remaining Make-up Day from Inclement Weather:

Friday:      May 22, 2015 (Now last day of school - early dismissal).

 
Nominate a deserving teacher for Teacher of the Month!


Click here for easy online submission: or

Click here for nomination form: Return your letter to school office, mail or drop it by Monett Times at 505 E. Broadway, or email it to reporter@monett-times.com.


The teacher will be rewarded with a special recognition plaque, $250.00 for classroom, and be featured in a Monett Times article.  Sponsored by EFCO Corporation and the Monett Times.


Dr. Hanson's 2014-2015 Theme/Challenge: Under Construction

Challenge yourself to construct "better" and "different" customized learning experiences for all students by:

 Focusing first on the foundation,
 
Improving means of formative assessment that truly informs and directs future instruction,
 
Focus on being a general contractor who facilitates and supports the customized learning of students by utilizing the expertise of all.


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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