Monticello Middle School exists to empower all students to become self-sufficient and productive member of the community
Kevin Hancock, Principal
180 Clyde Ross Drive, Monticello, AR 71655
Football Festival Week will be October 21-24th. The dress days are as follows:
- Monday- "Now showing: The Billies tackle the Lumberjacks and Drugs!" Dress as your favorite movie character. ABSOLUTELY NO SCARY/KILLING movie themes or mask
- Tuesday- "Marvel and DC team up against the Lumberjacks and Drugs." Dress in your best Marvel and DC Comic theme. Again NO SCARY masks.
- Wednesday- "These tacky tourist are mapping out their plans to bet the Lumberjacks and Drugs." Dress in your best tacky tourist attire.
- Thursday- "Celebrate Thursday Night Lights with Blue and White!" Dress in head to toe blue and white!
9-26-2019-8th grade Parents: 8th grade students will be working with the Arkansas Next Magazine in their EBA class with Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Rodriguez. This magazine is provided free to 8th grade students. It is a guide for after High School. The digital version can be accessed via this link. This is a great resource for parents and students to begin exploring options after graduation.
9-26-2019 Just a reminder that AR cut off is Friday, October 4th!
9-23-19 The Halloween Dance will be Friday, October 11th at the MMS Cafeteria from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Only MMS students will be able to attend. Beta Club members, remember to have your items for the dance to Mrs. KRod by that day to receive points. If you would like to help chaperone the dance please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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.