It is Administrative Professionals' Day! We are grateful for having excellent administrative assistants in the district. Our ladies are efficient, dedicated, and problem solvers. Thank you for the seen and unseen things you do for the Monett School District!
Scott Regional Technology Center held its annual Focus on the Future Day. Businesses, technical schools, and other institutions were invited to meet and speak with students about career opportunities. Focus on the Future Day encourages students to ask questions and explore potential careers or jobs. We thank everyone who was involved in making this day a success.
Shout-Out to Emma Hensley for her artistic abilities. 📣Emma has worked hard this semester, and it shows in all of her art pieces. 👉Check out Emma's art below! 🖼🎨
It's time to celebrate our PARAPROFESSIONALS! Today is National Paraprofessional Appreciation Day! Our paraprofessionals make a difference in our district. If you know a para, make sure you thank them for their dedication to our students and teachers. We love our paras!
We are looking for you! We have many job openings in different departments. Check out our Careers page and apply today! 👩🏫👨🏫📋🖋 👉Careers: https://bit.ly/3drEWOx
Our MES students are painting sunsets with warm colors! Art helps students develop motor skills, language skills, and decision-making skills. Mrs. Rand, MES Art Teacher, is proud of her hard-working students.
Easter Break is coming up! We are not having school on Thursday, April 1st through Monday, April 5th.
This shout-out goes to Lesli Quiquivix and Jacob Hughes for being selected into the 2020-2021 Missouri All-State Band and Orchestra. Leslie is playing 17th Chair Clarinet in Band, and Jacob is the 1st Chair Mallet in Orchestra. Congratulations to both Leslie and Jacob!
This school year has been challenging. Teachers have had to adjust and come up with creative ways to teach children. Mrs. Cavnar recently took her students on a virtual field trip to the Springfield Nature Center. Students learned about different animals and their habitats.
Did you know March is Youth Art Month? Ms. Barker is sending a shout-out to Jenavieve Hightower for doing amazing artwork this semester. Check out Jenavieve's recent Pop Art project!
March is Youth Art Month! Students in Ms. Barker's Art class have been creating tie-dye art. Students choose different colors and materials to come up with their own unique art designs.
Would you like to work in the Monett School District? We have several job openings! We are looking for paraprofessionals, food service helpers, bus drivers, and many more. Visit our Careers page to apply: https://monett.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx
Reminder: Screenings have been rescheduled for March 18 & 19. Make sure you call MES at 417-235-3411 to reschedule your appointment.
February 22, 2021: The Valentine’s Day parties were on hold due to the ice and snow days. The classrooms that previously had a party planned reserved a special time today for students to exchange cards a celebrate Valentine’s Day. We are thrilled to have all students back on campus!
February 14-20 is National School Board Appreciation Week! The Monett School District is very fortunate to have strong and devoted leaders with the best interest at heart. The job of a school Board member is demanding and comes with great responsibility. School Board members are ordinary citizens who are dedicated and committed to this community and our children. They work countless hours to ensure students have the necessary tools to succeed. On behalf of the Monett School District, we thank our BOE members for their leadership, commitment, and support. We also welcomed Mr. David Beckett and Dr. Jerry D. Roberts at the Feb. 18th Board meeting. Board Members: A.J. Bahl, Dr. Jeff Carr, Dr. Jerry D. Roberts, Ken Gaspar, Yesy Perez, David Beckett, Brian Hunter
Due to winter weather, all preschool screenings will be canceled on Thur., Feb. 18, and Fri., Feb. 19. We will reschedule for March 18 and 19, with more screening dates available in April and May.
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Cub Grant winners! Special recognition goes to Brad Hill, CLU, CHFC - State Farm Agent, for donating $3000, making the Cub Grants possible. The purpose of Cub Grants is to enhance teaching and learning at Monett Schools! 𝗪𝗶𝗻𝗻𝗲𝗿𝘀 Jaysa Isbell - Pre-K Kathleen MacKenzie - MES SP. ED. Jennifer Bell & Kristen Brown - MES ECSE Tiffany Gorman - 3rd Grade Travis Stokes - 8th Grade Science Sara Ruth - MHS Counselor Garrison Earnest - GO CAPS
Today, we celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr., a civil rights leader that inspires hope and peace. #MLKDay
We thank Sarah Lindsey, RN, from Cox Monett, for speaking to our GO CAPS students today about child labor and delivery. GO CAPS Medicine and Healthcare explore various career fields through coursework, shadowing opportunities, and projects. Visit the GO CAPS Monett website to learn more: http://gocapsmonett.yourcapsnetwork.org/
Students in Mrs. Cruz's Math class had fun creating rectangular prisms with 12 snap cubes. Students compared how each prism looked and found the surface areas of each figure. We love to see students have fun as they learn new math material.