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 School will be in session Monday, April 21st.  
 
 
WELCOME TO MONETT R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT!
Monett R-1 School Board of Education Reorganizes
 
Patty Leach, Board Secretary, administered the oath of office
to (l.) Ken Gaspar and David Beckett (r), re-elected incumbents.
Unable to attend was Darren Bass, the third re-elected incumbent,
who will be sworn in at the May BOE meeting.   Welcome back,
gentlemen!

The following Board Officer positions were approved:
Mr. Doug Childress, President
Mr. Ken Gaspar, Vice-President
Mrs. Patty Leach, Secretary
Mrs. Tracy Wimberley, Treasurer
Student Recognition at Board of Education Meeting
 
Daryl Bradley, Athletic Director (l), and David
Steward, HS Principal, recognized Chase
Brennan (r.) for his wrestling achievements:
3-time state champ, 51-0 season record, 178-13 career
record, school record for wins, top 10 all-time Missouri
high school wins!


Daryl Bradley and David Steward recognized the state wrestling
winners: (l. to r.) Bradley, Shawn Beeson, 5th place, Kedric Brink,
5th place, and Chase Brennan (see above).



At left, Lauren Rector, MMS student whose zentangle artwork was
selected by Senator Sater to be on display in the Missouri Capital.
(center) Amy Barker and Amber Tinsley (absent from pic): recognized
for being long-standing STUCO co-sponsors for MMS. At right, Emily Webb,
Treasurer of Monett Middle School Student Council, with the STUCO group
being recognized for receiving the honor council award at the state convention.

Not present for the pic were MMS STUCO officers:  Angel Rabadan, President;
Rosa Fulton, Vice-President; and Cheyenne Silver, Secretary.
Teachers of the Month Recognized at Board of Education Meeting

(l. to r.) Terri Buchanan (MES), Emily Hanson, (MES), and 
Anessa Brown (SRTC) were recognized as "Teachers of the
Month", a teacher recognition program co-sponsored by EFCO Corp.
and the Monett Times 
Lots of Hugs for Ms. Hanson, Teacher of the Month

Emily Hanson, Monett Elementary First Grade
Teacher, was named March Teacher of the Month.
She received a $250.00 check for classroom use
from Kaci Burns, EFCO Corp. and a plaque from
the Monett Times.  Congratulations Ms. Hanson!

Monett Intermediate Cubpella Gives Final Performance of the Year


Cubpella gave their final performance tour, first performing for Superintendent
Hanson and their staff and then at the two local nursing homes under the
direction of Rachel Murad, MIS music instructor.  Great Job, Students!



Boys Summer BB Camps Set:

Monett Boys Basketball Summer Camps:  June 10th - 12th
To be held at the MHS Gym as follows:

1st - 3rd grades:             10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
4th - 6th grades:             11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
7th - 8th grades:               4:00 p.m. -   5:30 p.m.

Click to view more information:


CUB RUN 5K 1 mile walk: April 26, 2014
Don't miss out on this great event! Check out the website listed below for all the information you need to participate...

mescubrun.weebly.com/


You won't want to miss out!  
Keep those Nominations Coming In!!

Nominate a deserving teacher for Teacher of the Month!  
Click for easy nomination form:

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.


New Theme for 2013-2014: "Better & Different", Announced by Superintendent Hanson
 
From time to time throughout this school year, Superintendent Hanson will be referring to this graphic.  May this serve as a reminder to all faculty and staff as we strive daily to meet his challenge to always do what's best for our students... in a "Better and Different" way.

Monett R-1 Mission
   (why we exist)
       The purpose of the Monett R-1 School District is to prepare students for their future.
    We are student focused – future driven

District Vision
(what we want to become)
 
 STUDENT PERFORMANCE
  • The district will ensure that all students perform at or above state and national standards.      
  • The district will ensure all students will graduate and pursue a career or post-secondary educational path.
 HIGHLY QUALIFIED STAFF
  • The district will employ and retain motivated faculty and staff who are student focused and constantly pursuing best-practices.
 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 and promote their active engagement in the educational process.
 LEADERSHIP and GOVERNANCE
  • The school board will set student-focused policy and provide supportive leadership.
  • The administration will facilitate a collaborative climate focused on student learning.
District Commitments
(how we will become the school in our vision)
 STUDENT PERFORMANCE
  • Develop and implement a pre-K to 12th grade at-risk plan through the use of an at-risk vertical team (student identification, plans for support, transition planning, etc...)
  • Faculty will work with all students to set, monitor and achieve short term and long term goals.
  • Provide opportunities to expose all students to college bound or career exploration experiences.
  • Offer advanced and/or enrichment opportunities to students.
  • Develop and implement a rigorous and relevant curriculum based on state and national standards.
 HIGHLY QUALIFIED STAFF
  • Provide on-going professional development for all faculty and staff members to build positive student relationships and implement best practices.
  • Provide an effective mentor/advisor experience for new faculty.
  • Provide a competitive salary schedule and benefits package for all faculty and staff.
 FACILITY AND RESOURCES
  • Conduct an annual evaluation of facility and grounds to identify needs (survey and visual inspection)
  • Formulate and implement a facility maintenance and improvement plan based on the results of the evaluation - quarterly review.
  • Provide up-to-date resources that enhance curriculum and instruction.
  • Develop and implement a financial plan to support facility/resource needs.
 PARENT AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • Develop and implement a plan to gather community input from all stakeholders.
  • Enhance and increase school district communication with all stakeholders.
  • Involve and provide support for parents to be active participants in their children's education.
  • Partner with community and businesses to promote post-secondary awareness.
  • Establish parent involvement activities that engage parents to help support student achievement.
 LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE
  • Provide opportunities for all faculty and staff members to be meaningful participants in the decision-making process.
  • Develop and implement the Professional Learning Community model.
  • Encourage participation in training opportunities in effective board practices for board members.
  • Require administrators to participate in professional development opportunities to achieve district and building goals.
  



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