Welcome to Monett R-1 School District!
Christmas 2016 Programs/Concerts Scheduled:
Tuesday, Dec. 6th - 6:00 p.m.: 2nd Grade Christmas Program at at Performing Arts Center
Thursday, Dec. 8th - 6:30 p.m.: Monett Intermediate Singers at Performing Arts Center
Friday, Dec. 9th: Monett Intermediate Singers Holiday Tour around Monett
Wednesday, Dec. 14th - 9:45 a.m.: Miss Merrie Christmas Assembly at MHS Gym
Monday, Dec. 19th - 5:30 p.m.: MMS/MHS Choir Concert at Performing Arts Center
Tuesday, Dec. 20th - 6:00 p.m.: MMS/MHS Band Concert at Performing Arts Center.
Board of Education Student Recognition at November Meeting: (Congratulations, students!)
Winners of the very first presidential election held at Central Park Elementary:
Ms. Caitlin Holbrook, homeroom teacher; Vayla Smith,
first elected president of Central Park Elementary; Dayannara Ibarra,
first elected vice-president of CPE; Mrs. Jennifer Wallace, CPE Principal.
Jacob Furry, MHS Senior, achieved a trumpet chair on the 2016 All-National Honor
Ensemble at the National Association for Music Education (NAFME) held recently.
Mr. Todd Borgmann, asst. band director, Jacob Furry,
Mrs. Michele Furry (Mom), Mr. Phillip Soule, band director, and
Mr. David Williams, MHS Principal.
Central Park Elementary fourth grade teachers and a student group presented the program for board members on their team teaching classroom: (Great job, students!)
Student presenters- ( l. to r.): Cadence Cowan, Elizabeth Snarey, EmmaKate Hensley, Charity Stephens, Elijah Ridenour, Ariana Rueda, and Xander Hoyt.
Teachers: Denise Deffendall, Jillian Loos, Erin Meng, (Stacey Blessing was not present for pic).
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:
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.