Congratulations to the Class of 2024! šŸŽ“ Brisa Ontiveros šŸŽ“ Katie Geiss šŸŽ“ Fernando Medrano šŸŽ“ Madilyn Bonham
2 months ago, Monett Schools
Fernando Medrano
Madilyn Bonham
Katie Geiss
Brisa Oniveros
Congratulations to the Class of 2024! šŸŽ“ Owen Spears šŸŽ“ Natalie Rivera šŸŽ“ Grason Mahl šŸŽ“ Raymond Gonzalez
2 months ago, Monett Schools
Owen Spears
Raymond Gonzalez
Natalie Rivera
Grason Mahl
Congratulations to the Class of 2024! šŸŽ“ Kailey Medlock šŸŽ“ Leslie Serrano šŸŽ“ Carson Williams šŸŽ“ Jennifer Guadarrama Valle
2 months ago, Monett Schools
Kailey Medlock
Leslie Serrano
Carson Williams
Jennifer Guadarrama Valle
Today, the Monett Early Childhood Center buzzed with extra excitement as the boys' basketball team lined up to welcome students with high-fives, kicking off the day with energy and smiles all around! šŸ€šŸ¤š But that's not all - in a heartwarming celebration of the 100th day of school, one of our kindergarten students stole the show dressed as a grandpa! šŸ‘“ His adorable outfit, complete with glasses and a cane, reminded us of the joy and creativity that makes our school community so special. It's moments like these that bring us together, making every day at school unforgettable. A big shout out to our basketball team for spreading positivity and to our little "grandpa" for the laughter and happiness. šŸŒŸ
5 months ago, Monett Schools
Basketball team in purple and a kindergarten student dressed as a grandpa with a cane and glasses for high five Friday
šŸ«ā˜• Yesterday, our teachers and staff enjoyed a warm, delicious cup of hot cocoa on National Hot Chocolate Day! It was a delightful way to add a little extra joy to their day. We're incredibly thankful for the dedication and care our teachers and staff bring to our school daily. Here's to them - the true heroes who make learning sweet and inspiring! šŸŒŸ
5 months ago, Monett Schools
Teacher enjoying hot chocolate in her blue mug.
Teacher holding a Disney tea cup.
Teacher holding a tumbler in the elementary school office.
šŸŽ³ Our Monett Intermediate School students finalized their well-earned Big Event reward last semester with a trip to the bowling alley! šŸŒŸ To participate in the Big Event celebration, students must fill their Cub Cards with signatures from teachers, recognizing their dedication to following school expectations. šŸ‘ A big round of applause to all our MIS students for their hard work and good behavior!
5 months ago, Monett Schools
Students sitting on chairs at the bowling alley waiting their turn to bowl.
Today, we celebrate our School Resource Officers! šŸš”šŸ« These dedicated individuals play a vital role in our school community, ensuring safety and building positive relationships. šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Shey Snodgrass, SRO šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Scott Wright, SPO šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Marvin McCraken, SRO šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Jay Jastal, SRO Let's take a moment to appreciate and thank our School Resource Officers for their service! šŸ‘
6 months ago, Monett Schools
School Resource Officer Appreciation Day
šŸ“š Mrs. Wycuff, retired assistant principal, returned to the Monett Elementary School to read to our students. Seeing the joy and laughter unfold as Mrs. Wycuff brought each story to life was truly heartwarming. šŸ“– The joyful smiles on our students' faces show Mrs. Wycuff's lasting impact at Monett R-1. šŸ’«šŸŒŸ
7 months ago, Monett Schools
šŸ“š Mrs. Wycuff, retired assistant principal, returned to the Monett Elementary School to read to our students. Seeing the joy and laughter unfold as Mrs. Wycuff brought each story to life was truly heartwarming. šŸ“– The joyful smiles on our students' faces show Mrs. Wycuff's lasting impact at Monett R-1.  šŸ’«šŸŒŸ
Our Monett Elementary School students wrote thank you cards for veterans in the Mt. Vernon Veterans Home. Our students, with crayons and markers in hand, poured their creativity and gratitude into each card, creating colorful masterpieces that are sure to bring smiles and warmth to our veterans' hearts. šŸ‡ŗšŸ‡ø
7 months ago, Monett Schools
Students working on cards for Veterans Day
Students working on cards for Veterans Day
šŸ‘ We wish our Swimming and Diving team the best of luck at the St. Peters State Championship! The students were sent off this morning with waves šŸŒŠ of encouragement by their MHS classmates! Congratulations to: šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Ryan Goodson šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Jayden Apostol šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Neil Fritts šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Rowan George šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Spencer Hurt šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Sandeep Maharjan šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Alex Huntress šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Harper Merritt šŸŠā€ā™‚ļø Evan Snarey
8 months ago, Monett Schools
Students standing in front of the MHS sign.
Our MMS students participated in the ASPIRE Academy on Friday! The ASPIRE Academy is a dynamic, one-day journey of learning and exploration designed for our middle schoolers, focusing on leadership šŸŒŸ, professionalism šŸ‘”, and career exploration šŸ”. The day included business tours šŸ¢, where local professionals offered a glimpse into various career paths and shared the key skills needed for success. #MonettCubs
8 months ago, Monett Schools
All Aspire students infront of the Jack Henry plane.
Students at the Monett Police Department.
MHS students explaining the project to Middle School students.
SRTC Health Occupations students are making a difference! They've donated money to purchase a "First Aid" auction basket for the Barry-Lawrence County Development Center, Inc.'s auction on November 3. The auction will help raise money to build an all-inclusive playground for students who attend the school. Compassion is at the heart of healthcare. šŸ©ŗšŸ’œ
8 months ago, Monett Schools
Students standing in a group for a group photo.
Group of students standing in front of the Scott Regional Technology Center campus and sign
We are not having school due to professional development on Monday, October 16. We hope you have a great three-day weekend!
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Professional Development No School Monday October 16
Join us in celebrating a true kitchen legend, Ann McCully! After an incredible 25+ years of dedication to Monett R-1, Ann retired last week. We thank her for her hard work and love she has put into nourishing our students and staff.
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Kitchen staff holding her retirement plaque.
MHS students recently took a trip to Missouri Southern State University. Students got to tour the campus and experience a typical day of an MSSU student. Trips to universities allow students to envision their future and the world of higher education.
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Students standing in front of the MSSU lion statue.
The Monett High School hosted the College and Career Fair, allowing students to connect with colleges, universities, trade schools, and the military. It's never too early to start planning for the future and today was a stepping stone on that journey. šŸŽ„ Tune in tonight to KSN16 for a news story on the College and Career Fair!
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Student speaking to the navy recruiter during the College and Career Fair.
Student being interviewed by the news for the College and Career Fair.
Mrs. Towles interviewed for the college and Career fair by the reporter from KSN16.
Mrs. Allen's fourth graders are diving into science! They have explored testable questions and the scientific method. They want to discover which coin, a penny, nickel, or dine, holds the most water droplets on the surface. After forming a hypothesis, students paired up for the experiment. In the end, students analyzed the data and determined whether their hypothesis was correct.
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Students work on their science coin experiment.
Two students work on their experiment with coins and take note of their findings.
Two boys work on their coin experiment on the school desk.
MECC holds culture assemblies to learn about various cultures. This week, students learned about Guatemala. Local Guatemalan moms and daughters provided a presentation that shared their Awakateco language, handmade goods, songs, and customs. Our MECC students and teachers learned the oral differences between numbers, vowel sounds, and words in Awakateco, Spanish, and English. We thank Mrs. Burgherr Shell for organizing a fantastic multicultural experience for all!
9 months ago, Monett Schools
The teacher stands in between two students wearing their Guatemalan attire.
Moms and daughters stand next to each other in a line for a group photo with their Guatemalan attire.
Three students stand next to each other in their Guatemalan attire.
Students at MES are learning about the life cycle of an Oak Tree. Students went on a nature walk to find an acorn to plant in hopes of it becoming a new Oak Tree. On the nature walk, students saw grasshoppers, pine cones, sticks, rocks, colorful leaves, and acorns.
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Student holding a cup where she planted her acorn in hops of growing a tree.
Students are holding their acorn in the air while they explore the area for grasshoppers and colorful leaves.
It was wonderful to see families of our Pre-K and Kindergarten students come together for šŸŽ Apple Fest Family Night. It was an evening filled with fun and learning. Students participated in face painting, engaged in countless games, and participated in various creative crafts!
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Students painting with apples, the paint colors are red, green, yellow. The mother is wearing a yellow Monett school shirt.
Family event, mother places pin on a map on the table next to the teacher and her student.
Family gathers around the MECC counselor to select their design to paint on their face.