Sandra Lanehart, Superintendent
935 Scogin Drive, Monticello AR 71655
Vision: Fostering A Community of Lifetime Learners
Attention Parents of students who attended Monticello School District. State and federal guidelines require that all special education due process forms and records be destroyed within six(6) years after a student leaves the special education or speech therapy program. If your child was dismissed, graduated, was dropped from the program or found to be ineligible for special education services of speech therapy during the school year 2014-2015, you have the right to review and request copies of your child’s due process records before they are destroyed. Your child also has the right to review these records providing he or she is 18 years old or older. If you wish to see these records they will be available at Monticello School District Central Office beginning May 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021 from 8:00am-4:00pm. Please call Heather Tittle or Natalie Gosdin at 870-367-4000 ext 1 and make an appointment. Records not picked up will be destroyed on June 1, 2021. These records are not your child’s permanent school records. They are only Special Education records.
Monticello School District will accept bids to bulk purchase 645 (fifth generation) ipads and 54 (first and second generation) ipad pro’s. Bid is for the total 699 ipads. iPads could have cracked screens or hardware defects. NO individual ipad bids will be accepted. Bid must be for ALL 699 ipads. Bids will be accepted until May 5, 2021. Send bids to Sandra Lanehart at 935 Scogin Drive, Monticello, AR 71655. The Monticello School District has the right to reject any or all bids.
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Monticello School District
COVID-19 Point of Contact Information
Sandra Lanehart, Superintendent
In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus within our staff and student body we are asking all parents/guardians, of students who will be in attendance on-site, and all employees to notify our designated Point of Contact (POC) immediately when the following occurs:
Someone in the household has tested positive for COVID-19.
Someone in the household has been identified as a Close Contact to a positive case of COVID-19 and is requiring quarantine and/or recommended to be tested for COVID-19.
Students attending on-site and employees who are being tested for COVID-19. If Symptomatic, student/staff should remain in quarantine pending results of their COVID-19 test.
Please call the BILLIE COVID HOTLINE 1-870-623-0907 (If no answer, leave a voicemail).
Also, acceptable documentation for returning to work/school will be provided to the Probable Close Contact/Close Contact staff/student by the Monticello School District POC in conjunction with the ADH once the required quarantine has been completed.
Documentation to return for staff/students who tested positive will be provided by the Arkansas Department of Education. Any staff/student, who has been tested positive, may request a release to return to school by emailing the Arkansas Department of Health at ADH.email@example.com. Documentation will need to be provided to the school POC once received for the staff/student to return to work/school.
If an athlete has tested positive for COVID-19, he/she must be
cleared for progression back to activity by completing the Arkansas Activities Association Clearance Form.
Thank you for your cooperation. Together we can help keep our Monticello School District family safe, healthy, and ready to learn during this unique time.
Proper Techniques & What You Need to Know
Dear Billies and Ladies Billies Fans,
Monticello High School is proud to announce that we have partnered with the NFHS Network, and we've invested in new technology that will bring you every game from Dan Coston Gymnasium and Hyatt Field LIVE.
Join the NFHS Network for full access to:
* All Monticello High School live and on-demand sports broadcasts.
* All other sporting events from around the Nation
Friends and family members who can't make the game will never miss a play again.
Here's how to watch:
1) Visit www.NFHSnetwork.com
2) Search for Monticello High School
3) Subscribe and Follow
Thank you for your continued support of Monticello Billies athletics. We look forward to bringing you top notch broadcasts of our athletic events
Sabina Day, 10th grade GT student, recently placed First in the Seark Reading Council’s Student Showcase Writing Contest.
The Monticello Jr. Quiz Bowl team placed Second in the 4A Jr. High State Tournament .
Monticello School District joins districts across the state to celebrate School Board Member Recognition Month in January. More than 1500 Arkansas school board members are being honored for their service and dedication to public education.
“Our board members assume a crucial role in representing our students and advocating for public education,” said Mrs. Sandra Lanehart. “We are very proud of our members, and Arkansas School Board Recognition Month is a great time to recognize them and celebrate their accomplishments.”
The members serving on the MONTICELLO SCHOOL BOARD are:
Mr. Thomas W. Maxwell-3 year of service
Mr. Keith Wells, Vice President-10 years of service
Mr. John McClendon- 6 years of service
Mr. Curt Preston, President- 9 years of service
Dr. Michael Fakouri- 8 years of service
Monticello is proud to announce that two of its board members were recognized by the Arkansas School Board Association for outstanding Boardsmanship:
Mr. Keith Wells was awarded the Pinnacle Award for achieving 200 professional development hours, and Mr. Curt Present was awarded the Master Board Member Award for achieving at least 50 hours of professional development.
As publicly elected school leaders, Arkansas school board members set policy for their respective districts. Under state law, they are empowered to hire and evaluate the superintendent, oversee district finances, approve the budget, and determine the vision and mission of the district. School boards must also approve the curriculum and ensure the district maintains adequate facilities for teaching and learning.
In addition to their board duties, state law requires Arkansas school board members to earn a minimum of six hours of professional development each year in areas related to their role and responsibilities.
On behalf of the educators and students of this District, we wish to honor these five men for their devotion and care and concern for each student in the Monticello School District. We appreciate their dedication to the District as they tirelessly work to produce the best education for the children of this District.