School Board Approves Nov. 4th as No School Day
At the August 19th meeting, the Monticello School Board approved a change to the 2019-20 District Calendar. Monday, Nov. 4th will now be a NO SCHOOL DAY, and will instead be a Teacher Workshop Day. To learn more about this decision and the reasoning behind it, please read this letter from Supt. Olson.
Attention MHS Graduates! The Monticello Educational and Scholarship Foundation have scholarship dollars available for college students who are pursuing a degree in a health-related field. This money has been made available through the estate of Amos ZumBrunnen, who served on the CentraCare Health Board (formally the Monticello-Big Lake Hospital) for many years.
Applicants interested in applying must be a Monticello High School graduate and have had one year pursuing a degree in a health-related field. Contact Jill Tessier at the Monticello School District Office at (763)272-2003 or e-mail request to firstname.lastname@example.org, to obtain scholarship criteria.
All application materials must be received by July 19, 2019. Find scholarship information HERE, and the application HERE.
New Infinite Campus Mobile Apps
We are excited to inform you Infinite Campus has two new and improved mobile apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more. The old app will be removed from the app store June 2019.
Infinite Campus New Mobile App
Early College Options Abound at MHS
DID YOU KNOW: 97 percent of Monticello High School seniors participated in rigorous courses during the 2016-17 school year?! MHS is proud to offer dozens of early college opportunities for students, including AP Courses, Senior to Sophomore programs, College in Schools, and more!! Check out this graphic to learn more!
ISD 882 renews push for state funding to remedy gap caused by special education status change
With the help of Representative Marion O'Neill and Senator Bruce Anderson, Monticello School District has renewed its push to restore funding that was lost when Monticello was forced to change the fiscal status of its special education cooperative. Visit here to see the letter that was sent to district families in March. The letter contains in depth information about the situation, and encourages community members to reach out to key legislators to explain the importance of this funding. A sample letter can be found here. Thank you!
Fallon Overpass, Chelsea Road and 7th St. open following major construction projects
The City of Monticello has announced that all roads that were previously under major construction are now open, and traffic can flow freely through the city again! That includes the Fallon Overpass, Chelsea Road and 7th St. all being open, and available to use to access Monticello High School and Monticello Middle School respectively. There are new roundabouts and other traffic changes in place, so please pay attention to road signs and markings!
MHS debuts art website!
Monticello High School art teachers have created a new website to showcase student work, as well as explain the various courses and offerings available to MHS students! Bookmark the website and visit it throughout the year to check out the immense creativity and talent of Monticello students!
Nistler brings wealth of experience from Shakopee Public Schools
Nov. 4th scheduled to be used as a day for educators to prepare for Digital and At Home Learning Days
Community partners work together to benefit students, families, and all Monticello citizens!
Election move made to increase voter engagement and cut unnecessary election costs