HyVee Cash 4 Students – Turn in your receipts!

Thank you Mason Reuter!

Thank you to Mason Reuter for his work & dedication to his Eagle Scout project which was called “Standing Straight for the Flag”.  Mason designed the concrete base for the flag pole, raised the money for the materials, and with the help of Joe Tuetken, of Nature Stone Flooring, Randy Rickels of 7th Street Stone, […]

Want the most up to date activities calendar on your mobile device? Download the app today!

Want the most up to date activities calendar on your mobile device? Go to iTunes or Google Play to download today. The app is called Activity Scheduler by rSchoolToday. Once downloaded you pick your state and then our conference, (River Valley Conference) and then pick our school (Monticello) and you should have all the activities […]

HS Student Bulletin, 12-21-19

Student Bulletin                                       Wednesday, December 21                                          Day 1   SENIORS!  Senior and baby pics are due TOMORROW.    Kirkwood Government final exams are in the office window.  Stop and pick them up.   The Monticello Pawpcorn riddle for the week is:  If you are carrying a lot of stuff I can transport you because […]

A reminder from the Food Service Department in regards to negative balances.

A reminder from the Food Service Department: If you have a negative balance in your lunch account you are not allowed to purchase any food or drinks from the ala cart.  Starting October 3, 2016, we will be giving any student that has a negative balance of $20.00 or more, a brown bag lunch. This […]

Important! Important! Important! – Traffic Safety!

The Monticello Community School District urges you to support our priority of student and traffic safety around your school. At certain times of the day, particularly before and after school, the amount of vehicles and pedestrian traffic around our schools may create congestion. Please leave our bus lane in front of the schools open for […]

IMPORTANT information regarding Epi-Pens!

Iowa recently passed a law stating that schools can voluntarily carry Epi-Pens in the case of anaphylactic reactions. This law goes into effect starting January 13th, 2016. These are NOT meant to replace the Epi-Pens for students who have known allergies and carry/keep them at school, but rather to have available in case of a […]

PowerSchool is now mobile – download the FREE app today!

PowerSchool is now mobile – download the FREE app today on iTunes or the Google Play Store.   See your students’ grades, announcements, and attendance. Our District Code is : RDGX Click on the link below for more information. Powerschool-Mobile-App You must have a valid PowerSchool parent account to access this on your mobile device. For […]

Reminder of Regular School Day Ending Times

Just a reminder of the regular school day ending times listed below. Today is the first day for these times. Carpenter & Shannon 3:15pm Middle School 3:17pm High School 3:15pm

Iowa Child Labor Work Permits – Changes!

Effective June 1, school administrators will no longer be issuing Iowa Child Labor Work Permits.  Youth, parents and employers complete a simplified form.  The form and instructions are available on the Division of Labor website at www.iowaworkforce.org/labor/childlabor.htm.  Forms will be availalbe to students and parents at the District Office.  Direct inquiries can be made to […]