MMS


Kevin Hancock, Principal

180 Clyde Ross Drive, Monticello, AR 71655

870-367-4040

MMS was recently recognized by the Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas as a school where students demonstrated high growth on the ACT Aspire! OEP feels growth is the best indicator of positive impact schools are having on students. MMS received

High Overall Growth: Middle Level (Southeast Region)

High Math Growth: Middle Level (Southeast Region)

High ELA Growth: Middle Level (Southeast Region)

Awards are based on 2017 content growth score calculated by the Arkansas Department of Education. These growth scores reflect how much students at the school improved from 2016 compared. to how much they were expected to grow considering prior achievement.

Announcements

9-19-18- Football Festival Week is October 9-11th. The dress-up days are:

  • Tuesday- Go "Crazy" for the Junior Billies (Crazy Mismatch Day)
  • Wednesday- "Shine Bright" for the Junior Billies (Neon/Tye Dye Day)
  • Thursday- Junior Billies are All-American with our red, WHITE, and BLUE! (BLUE, WHITE, and a little bit of Red Day)

9-17-18- Picture Day is Friday!! Information for ordering pictures is being passed out today. Remember these are the picture that will go in the Yearbook so every student will take a picture.

8-31-18-Archery practice will be on Mondays and Tuesdays from 3:05-5:00 p.m. in the Gym. Students must have transportation home.

8-17-18- Please review these rules for football games found on page 20 of the MMS Handbook.

Ballgame Rules:

Home Football Game Student Rules:

  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • No loitering around the concessions, north end-zone, or under the bleachers.
  • Students are not to go on the visitors' side of the stadium.
  • Do not sit on, go over, or through the railings.
  • No Running.

Monticello Middle School is working to prepare students for their future through a rigorous and relevant curriculum. Monticello Middle School is committed to providing a safe environment so staff, students, parents, and community can build relationships and accept the responsibility of educating the whole child.



Important Documents

MMS Handbook 2018 - 19 Final.pdf
Act Calendar 18-19 (1).pdf
2018~2019 ACADEMIC CALENDAR.pdf

Supply Lists for 2018-19 School Year

6th GRADE SUPPLY LIST 2019.pdf
7th GRADE SUPPLY LIST 2019.pdf
8th GRADE SUPPLY LIST 2019.pdf