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WELCOME TO MONETT R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT!
Football - this Saturday!

Class 3 State Football Semifinal: Monett vs. John Burroughs
Burl Fowler Football Stadium 
Saturday, November
22nd 
1:00 Kick-off


Golden Age Dinner - November 20, 2014

Forty-first Annual Golden Age Dinner
​Hosted by:  Monett High School Student Council (STUCO)
​Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 5:30
Monett High School Commons Area
All Senior citizens are invited to attend!
​Call 235.5445 to register &/or secure transportation 


Annual Monett R-1 Employee Health Fair

Monday, December 1
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

MHS Gym
Grab 'n Go Breakfast Provided
Schedule for Health Assessment Participants: 
(By Campus)

7:30 a.m. - Monett Intermediate
8:00 a.m. - Central Park Elementary
8:30 a.m. - Monett Elementary

9:00 a.m. - Monett Middle 
9:30 a.m. - Monett High/Scott Tech

Click for instructions to complete online PHA and schedule assessment:


Celebration of Schools hosted by Southwest Center for Educational Excellence: Monett R-1 Administrator and Teachers Recognized:

(l. to r.) Receiving recognition: Beth Nation, Monett High School Teacher of the Year, Justin Semerad, Monett Middle School Teacher of the Year, Amy Green, Monett Intermediate School Teacher of the Year,
and Dr. Jonathan Apostol, Principal of the Year Middle Level (Southwest Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals).


Dr. Brad Hanson, Superintendent, presenting award to Dr. Jonathan Apostol,
Monett Middle School Principal


Congressman Billy Long presenting Teacher of the Year Awards to Beth Nation - MHS and Amy Green - MIS
Cox Monett Announces Adolescent Weight Management Program

For students 11 - 14 years of age and their families:
Click for Committed to Kids Flier with
additional information.
 


An Easy Way to Thank a Teacher

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.


Monett R-1 Mission
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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