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Results from the Indoor State Track Meet at the U of A Fayetteville for Friday 2/7/14.
Sarah Claycomb- Repeat State Champ in 1600m run and State Champ in the 3200m run
Amari Huitt- 8th 60m-hurdles
Ebonee Farmer- 9th-60m hurdles
4x800m Relay-6th place Team Members: Salonica Hurnter, Christina Bostian, Nina Romero, and Sarah Claycomb
Sr. Boys Team Standing 4th Place overall
Julian Jackson - 5th Pole Vault
Justin Berry - 8th 400m Dash
D’Angelo Banks - 7th - Triple Jump
Terrell Handley - 2nd 60m Dash, 3rd 200m Dash
Jalen Handley - 3rd 60m dash, 4th Long Jump
Quartarius Brown - 4th 200m Dash
4x400m Relay 4th Place
Team Member: D’Angelo Banks, Quartarius Brown, Anthony Milhollen, & Justin Berry
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Monticello High School will be presented a state sportsmanship plaque and banner at the Arkansas Activities Association annual meeting of the governing body. This meeting will be at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock on Wednesday, July 31, 2013, atGo Billies!!!
The Arkansas Department of Education recently congratulated Monticello High School on being selected as a recipient of the 2013/2014 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant in the amount of $660,000 over the next five years. A review committee of representatives from a variety of agencies, backgrounds and expertise, carefully reviewed each grant application based on completion of the application and response to the grant components. They commended the school district for the excellent proposal submitted. The funds will be used to continue the district’s after-school program in grades 9 – 12.