You Can’t Stop What You Don’t Know – Family/Community Night – April 30

Jermaine Galloway is amazing and you won’t want to miss his presentation! Parents, students, educators, community members…everyone is invited. Please register by April 29. FREE pizza is included so no need to worry about getting dinner at home first! April 30 – 5:30-6:30pm PIZZA, 6:30-8 Presentation in the HS Auditorium. Email Jennifer Husmann at […]

Sports Updates:

Boys track tonight  (4/22) at Maquoketa Valley, MS Girls Track here, Girls Varsity Track at CPU have been cancelled due to the predicted storms. HS soccer tonight (4/22) at Maquoketa is postponed. We have added girls JV/V golf at Lisbon on 4/22 at 4:00. They play at Kernoustie in Mount Vernon We have added a […]

The April 22, 2019 Board Meeting has been moved to Wednesday, April 24, 2019. Thank you.

The April 22, 2019 Board Meeting has been moved to Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 6:00pm. Thank you.

Calendar Update!

Hello everyone, On Monday night (2/25) at the board meeting we discussed snow days for a long time.  I wanted to keep all of you in the loop on this as these changes have an effect on everyone.  We have had 11 snow days this school year. I have shared in the past that this […]

Open Enrollment Deadline – March 1st

Open Enrollment Timelines Parents/guardians considering the use of the open enrollment option to enroll their child/ren in a public school district in the State of Iowa other than their district of residence should be aware of the following dates: March 1, 2019—Last date for regular open enrollment requests for the 2019-20 school year.  September 1, […]

March 1, April 1, and April 22 now school days!

Just a reminder that this Friday, March 1 is now a school day.  This was previously scheduled as a Collaboration Day for our teachers, but we are now using it as one of our weather make-up days. Monday, April 1 and Monday, April 22 will also be school days.

Breakfast Is Fuel For School

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Legislators Meet with School Board

Representative Lee Hein & Senator Dan Zumbach met with the Board of Education on January 9, 2019 to discuss the upcoming legislative session and also some of our top district priorities.  Great discussion on: SAVE Supplemental State Aid (SSA) Mental Health Bond Issues Tax Credits Senior Year Plus Programming Thank you Representative Hein & Senator […]

Highest average ACT scores in ten years!

In 2018 we saw the highest average ACT scores in ten years!  Over 50% more students took the ACT in 2018 than the year before and the average composite score increased from 20.9 to 23.2. Great job Monticello students and staff!!!

Carpenter students collected 1,063 items for the Monticello Food Pantry!

The Carpenter students exceeded their goal and collected 1,063 items for the Monticello Food Pantry!! Thank you for everyone who donated! The Pie in the Face will be on Tuesday, December 11 at 2:30 in the Carpenter gym.🥧 Mr. Thumma could use some help delivering the food to the food pantry on December 13 at […]