District Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
Monticello School District takes pride in delivering a strong, well-rounded, quality education. Students graduate from Monticello High School with a broad liberal arts background, supported by a comprehensive K-12 curriculum. The goal of the staff is to provide instruction of the highest level as well as promoting life experiences for lifelong success. Every Kid, Every Day
The Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards define expectations for the educational achievement of public school students across the state in grades K-12. The standards and benchmarks are important because they: 1) identify the knowledge and skills that all students must achieve by the end of a grade level or grade band; 2) help define the course credit requirements for graduation; and, 3) serve as a guide for the local adoption and design of curricula. Student mastery of the standards is measured through state and local assessments.
State standards are in place for English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies and physical education. State standards also are available in the arts, or districts may choose to develop their own. Local standards must be developed by districts for health, world languages, and career and technical education.
Visit the K-12 Academic Standards page to view the academic standards and resources by subject area.
Minnesota Report Card
The Minnesota Report Card gives you easy access to understandable district and school data.
This tool is designed to provide parents, educators, schools, districts and citizens with easy access to district and school information, test results,demographic information and other critical data in a centralized location. Choose from several reports to learn more about the state of education in your local district, a specific school, or the state as a whole.
This interactive tool was recently updated to be mobile device friendly, giving you access to school, district and state education data wherever you are!
For information about interpreting and using the data on the Minnesota Report Card and MDE Data center, please see the Minnesota Report Card Information Guide.