Subject: Cub Pride - September 6, 2013
Date to send: 9/6/2013 at 12:00 PM




ImageMessage from the District Office 
Brad Hanson, Superintendent

        If you visit Monett Middle School, Monett Intermediate School, or Central Park Elementary campuses during the school day over the next few weeks, you will notice a new safety feature in place at each of those campuses. We have installed access control features on the main entry doorways at each of these locations. What this means is that you will find all front entry doors locked once school begins each morning. Visitors to campus will have to request entrance by pushing a button on an intercom panel. This panel enables the school office staff to see visitors and to communicate with them before remotely opening the doors.

Continue reading Mr. Hanson's update on campus security measures.

This Week's Building Level and Departmental Update


Monett Middle School

Dr. Apostol, Principal

          
                

     Student attendance plays an important role in schools.  High student attendance rates correlate with better grades and lower discipline. Students with high attendance also have a sense of “connectedness” with their school. Overall, student attendance is essential for academic success. Monett Middle School is kicking off an attendance competition between the grade levels. Some of our local industries have monitored and celebrated consecutive days without accidents. Similarly, MMS will be monitoring student attendance with the “Make Your Mark” competition.

Continue reading Dr. Apostol's announcement of the "Make Your Mark" competition.



Monett R-1 Health Services Department
Carole Hamm, RN, Lead School Nurse

                 

        The Health Services staff has been busy at the start of school making sure Monett R-1 students are up-to-date on their immunizations. The Missouri Department of Health requires that students have immunizations to prevent the spread of many potentially dangerous diseases. Many younger parents today do not know what the symptoms of polio, whooping cough, or measles can be like due to the development of vaccines against these serious diseases. Those and other childhood diseases caused death and disability in many children in the early to middle part of the 20th century.

Continue reading update from the Health Services Department.

       
 

Upcoming Calendar Events

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September 6, 2013
MHS - Football at Neosho
MHS - Monett Soccer Tourney - Monett vs. Cassville

September 7, 2013
MHS - Cross Country at Bolivar SWCCCA Warm-Up Meet
MHS - Monett Soccer Tourney - Monett vs. Branson and Monett vs. Parkview

September 9, 2013
MHS - 9th Grade Football at Neosho
MHS - JV Football with Neosho
MHS - Boys Soccer with Carthage
MHS - Girls Tennis with Carthage
MHS - Volleyball at Carthage

September 10, 2013
MMS - Volleyball at Avilla
MHS - FCCLA Leadership Workshop at Carthage
MHS - Boys Soccer at Cassville
MHS - Softball with Lamar
MHS - Boys Swim/Dive at Carthage
MHS - Girls Tennis at Clever
MHS - Volleyball at Cassville


September 12, 2013
MMS - Football with Cassville
MMS - Volleyballl with Lamar
MHS - Cross Country at Seneca
MHS - Boys Soccer with Logan-Rogersville
MHS - Softball at Washburn
MHS - Volleyball with Reeds Spring
 

      For detailed campus calendar events,  
            click on the following links:

         Monett Elementary School (Pre-K to 2nd)
              
Central Park Elementary (3rd and 4)  
                
Intermediate School (5th and 6th)
                  
Middle School (7th and 8th)
                     
High School (9th to 12th)
              
Scott Regional Technology Center