Monticello Public School District


District Announcements

  • Updated Resources for Mental Health and Community Support

    Monticello School District has updated the resources page for Mental Health and Community Services, now connecting to the extensive resources listed on our Virtual Calming website. Please view all local resources here

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  • District Office Hours
    November 25    9AM - 1PM
    November 26    CLOSED
    November 27    CLOSED 

    December 1-11   9AM - 3PM 


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  • WBWF and A&I Reports to be presented at Dec. 7th School Board Meeting
    The 2019-2020 Combined World’s Best Workforce (WBWF) Summary and Achievement and Integration (A&I) Progress Report will be presented during the December 7th School Board Meeting. ISD 882 will also be approving the 2020-2021 Combined World's Best Workforce and Achievement and Integration Plan.
    Minnesota State Statute requires that district's post this information on the school website prior to the annual board meeting review of these documents. 
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  • Three elected to Monticello School Board

    Jeff Hegle, Kathy Ziebarth, and Jamie Sieben have been elected to the ISD 882 School Board, with terms beginning in January 2021. The election results were certified by the board on Friday, Nov. 13. Hegle will enter his third term as a board member, while Ziebarth and Sieben begin their first. They will replace outgoing board members Jill Hoffman and Missy Hanson, who decided not to run for reelection.

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  • ISD to move Grades 1-12 to Distance Learning on Dec. 1

    Monticello School District announced a learning model change on Thursday, Nov. 12. Starting December 1, Grades 1-12 will move to Distance Learning. Eastview Education Center will remain in Hybrid, and athletics will continue for Grades 7-12. Please find the parent letter detailing reasons for the move, here

    Here is a district-wide schedule for the transition from Nov. 19 through Dec. 2.

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  • ISD 882 to shift to Hybrid Model at elementary level

    Due to rising COVID cases in Wright County, Monticello School District will shift to the Hybrid Learning Model at elementary buildings next week. Families should've received this detailed update via e-mail. 

    In order to prepare for this transition and to meet the needs of student and staff, each district building has slight variations in their November schedule. Those schedules are as follows:


    Eastview Education Center November Schedule

    PWE/LME November Schedule

    MMS/MHS November Schedule

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  • A message from Supt. Olson regarding the referendum

    Read more here

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  • Superintendent Olson discusses referendum at candidate forum!

    Did you miss Superintendent Olson's address at the the Chamber of Commerce event on Oct. 19? Watch the replay here to hear the ISD 882 Superintendent explain the district's decision to go for a referendum this November!

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  • ISD 882 Provides Levy Funding Allocation Information

    Monticello School District has a $6 million levy on the ballot this November 3rd. This sheet shows where that money would be allocated, if the referendum passes.

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  • 2020 Referendum Information Video

    In this new informational video, Superintendent Eric Olson and Director of Business Tina Burkholder break down school finance and the district's decision to go out for a referendum on November 3, 2020. 

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  • Monticello School Board votes to place $6 million operating referendum on November ballot

    The Monticello School Board officially approved moving forward with a $6 million operating refendum that will be on the ballot on November 3, 2020. Learn more here!

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  • District adds four Distance Learning Days
    At the Sept. 14 meeting, the Monticello School Board approved the addition of four District-Wide Distance Learning Days this school year. These days will be held on:

    Wednesday, Oct. 14

    Friday, Nov. 6

    Thursday, April 1

    Thursday, June 3 (Last Day of School)

    These days were formerly early release days across the district. Under our hybrid schedule, early release days are inequitable and a logistical challenge. Changing these days to distance learning days will better serve our entire student body and our staff. To view the most updated district calendar, please visit here.

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  • Back to school. Back together.

    WATCH: Monticello School District welcomes students back for the 2020-21 school year. 

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  • Building Start Dates and Times
    The introduction of Welcome Back Days has led to some staggered starting dates at our different buildings. To help provide concise information, here’s a document that contains the first day of in-person instruction and daily times for each school building. Students enrolled in full-time distance learning will follow their building’s schedule for daily instruction. 

    As a reminder, attendance for Welcome Back Days will be taken based upon family attendance of teacher meetings and accomplishing all Welcome Back to-do’s assigned by their building or teacher.

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  • ISD 882 announces learning models to start 2020-21 school year

    The Monticello School District will start the 2020-21 school year with In-Person Learning at the Elementary level and Hybrid Learning at the Secondary level. Read more here!

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  • Sign up for Fall Activities in ISD 882!

    Monticello High School and Monticello Middle School are offering a wide array of options this fall, including training sessions for spring sports. Families can find more information and register here!

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  • Monticello Safe Schools Plan

    Following months of exhaustive research, listening, planning, and reviewing, ISD 882 is ready to present the Monticello Safe Schools Plan. Please know that these plans will be constantly evaluated at all levels throughout this school year and are subject to change as needed to best meet the needs of all students and staff in our district. We also continue to work through some intricate details regarding topics such as: absences, transitions between phases, and middle school activities. We will continue to update the document and all stakeholders as these details are finalized.

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  • Transportation Update from ISD 882

    Please see this Transportation Update from ISD 882. All families that would like to make a change for the 2020-21 school year need to submit changes by August 22nd. 

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  • State releases 2020-21 school guidelines

    The State of Minnesota has released the Minnesota Safe Learning Plan, providing guidance for districts for the 2020-21 school year.

    Superintendent Eric Olson sent this letter home to families on July 30th.

    The district plans to release the Monticello Education Plan to families on Monday, August 10.

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  • District updates timeline for fall planning

    While awaiting further guidance from the State of Minnesota and Governor Tim Walz (expected July 30th), ISD 882 has released an update and timeline for fall planning through the remainder of summer. Please find the release here.  

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  • NOW PLAYING: MHS Commencement 2020

    The Monticello High School 2020 Commencement Video can be viewed here!

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  • Senior Award and Scholarship Night Video

    Did you miss the Senior Award and Scholarship Night video? Check it out here!

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  • Superintendent Olson's May 20th Video Update

    Superintendent Eric Olson checks in with his Weekly Wendesday News in the form of a video highlighting engagement, teachers, and the Class of 2020. Give it a watch!

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  • MHS announces plans for graduation celebration

    Newly released plans give seniors the opportunity to walk across stage, as well as a virtual ceremony on June 5th. Read the letter that Monticello High School sent to the Class of 2020 here

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  • ISD 882 releases Distance Learning Amendment

    Following Governor Walz's announcement that distance learning will continue for the remainder of the school year, ISD 882 put together a Distance Learning Amendment that aims to provide clarity and guidance as we continue through the rest of the school year. Calendars, technology information, and more can be found in the amendment. The document, which remains a work in progress, will soon feature information about grading, graduation, and more.

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  • Frequently asked questions with Superintendent Eric Olson

    April 15
    Superintendent Eric Olson answers a few frequently asked questions from our families in this April 15th video! Topics include celebrating seniors, grading, clearing out lockers, and more. 

    April 22
    Supt. Olson answers additional frequently asked questions, including a look ahead to how this could alter education moving forward. Watch the April 22nd video here!

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  • MHS artists take home awards from Paramount show!

    Two Monticello High School artists took home second-place awards from the Paramount Center for the Arts High School Juried Art Exhibition. Senior John Humphreys won 2nd place in the 3-D art category for his ceramic bowl (title: Spirit Bear Paw) and sophomore Erin Yager won 2nd place in the 2-D art category for her oil painting (titled: FRaNK). Read more about the artists that were nominated and see their pieces here. Congratulations to all!

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  • ISD 882 to join #BeTheLightMN Movement

    Monticello School District is excited to join districts around the state as part of #BeTheLightMN beginning Monday, April 13th when the district will light Memorial Stadium from 8:20 to 8:40 p.m.

    We do ask that community members not use this as a time to gather.

    "One day soon, these lights will again stand as a warm invitation to our community’s greatest gathering place. Let them stand now as a beacon of hope, a symbol of unity, and a call for recognition to the people enduring together across this great community."

    Read more here!

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  • Video update from Supt. Olson (March 20)

    We are aware that some people have had trouble accessing the video link included in Monticello School District's latest email to families this morning. We are working with School Messenger to resolve that issue. In the meantime, a direct link to the video can be found here!
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  • Teacher Contract Negotiations Update

    Monticello School Board is currently negotiating the 2019-2021 teacher contracts. In an effort to keep the public informed and operate transparently, the district wanted to provide the following information from the Monticello School Board and Education Minnesota Monticello.

    FAQs (Monticello School Board)
    Opening Statement Monticello School Board (as read by Jill Bartlett at the Jan. 20, 2020 school board meeting)
    Opening Statement Education Minnesota Monticello (as read by Joe Rosh at the Jan. 20, 2020 school board meeting)

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  • 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!

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  • Kindergarten Registration Opens March 3

    Registration for Kindergarten will open online on March 3rd. There will also be an Open House night at Eastview Education Center from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on March 5th. Visit our registration page to learn more!

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  • Lunch Menus!

    Please follow the links below to access lunch menus for each district building:

    Monticello High School
    Monticello Middle School
    Elementary Schools/Eastview Education Center

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  • 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!

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