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Announcements
Cyberbully Awareness Training
 
 Cyberbully Awareness Training for Parents
 

 
 
Wednesday, October 22
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Wells Hall Room 200
 
Join us for this FREE one hour workshop designed to help parents understand how to protect their children from cyberbullies.  Bullies used to be found only on playgrounds.  Now they are on cell phones, Facebook, and other areas of the internet.  Bullying has evolved and Cyber Bullying can lead to many problems, including suicide.  This workshop help parents understand how to recognize cyber bullying and offer ideas on how to respond.
 
 
To register, simply click on the register now button below. 

 

 
For more information, contact:
 
Memorie Dickson
Coordinator of Community Education
University of Arkansas at Monticello
P. O. Box 3520
Monticello, AR  71656
Dickson@uamont.edu
(870)460-1327
www.uamont.edu
21st Century Community Learning Center
MSD Goes Mobile with School Connect™App
 Parents and supporters of  Monticello School, now you can keep up with what’s happening at our school anywhere, anytime, right from your smart phone with School Connect.  School Connect is a free mobile app that enables you to stay connected to your student’s school and have school information sent directly to you, wherever and whenever you need it. Whether it’s game day scores, updates on the school play, access to grade books, emergency notifications or even classroom reminders from your teachers—School Connect makes all this information available from one place. Anyone with a smart phone can download School Connect from the Apple and Android app stores for free. With the help of Jostens, our school is proud to introduce this helpful app to you. Please visithttp://schoolconnectservices.com/monticello


MHS 2014 Billie Football Schedule
MSD Mission Statement

To provide an educationally progressive, safe environment where all belong, all learn, and all succeed.


Monticello School District Core Beliefs
High Standards: We believe effective schools are characterized by clear, concise goals, a rigorous curriculum, a highly qualified staff, visionary leadership, and high expectations that prepare students to be career and college ready. Commitment: We believe the academic success of every student should be the top priority of the school board, administration, faculty, and staff. Resources: We believe in using district resources to provide a safe and orderly learning environment that maximizes student achievement. Learning Environment: We believe positive and mutually respectful relationships foster an engaging, student centered learning environment. Student, Family, and Community Support: We believe that education is a shared responsibility among home, school, and community.




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