We are not having school due to professional development on Monday, October 16. We hope you have a great three-day weekend!
about 2 months ago, Monett Schools
Professional Development No School Monday October 16
Happy National I.T. Professionals Appreciation Day! Today, we celebrate and acknowledge the role of our I.T. Professionals. Their behind-the-scenes efforts ensure our systems run smoothly and our students and staff remain connected. Thank you for your commitment and hard work! I.T. Rockstars: šŸ‘©ā€šŸ’» Lauralie Powell šŸ‘Øā€šŸ’» Weston George šŸ‘Øā€šŸ’» Stephen McMillen šŸ‘©ā€šŸ’» Victoria Johnson šŸ‘Øā€šŸ’» Robert McGuire šŸ‘Øā€šŸ’» Roland Gonzalez šŸ‘©ā€šŸ’» Tabitha Ray
2 months ago, Monett Schools
Purple graphic with 7 portrait photos of our tech department as we celebrate them for National IT Professionals Day
Stuff the Bus week was a success! āœ… We thank the Stuff the Bus team šŸšŒ and our supportive community for donating school supplies for children in our area. šŸ’œ Every donation, no matter how small, can change a student's entire school year. šŸŽ’āœļø
4 months ago, Monett Schools
Stuff the Bus organizers in front of the Bus
We have several job openings! We are looking for an English Language Learner Paraprofessional, an administrative assistant for the SRTC campus, bus drivers, and more. Follow this link for details: https://bit.ly/3drEWOx
4 months ago, Monett Schools
We're Hiring! Open Positions ELL Paraprofessional, SRTC Administrative Assistant, Apply NOW, https://bit.ly/3drewox
Today we celebrated teachers of the past, present, and future. Students dressed up as teachers to show their appreciation and support for all the outstanding educators who have impacted their lives. šŸ‘©ā€šŸ«šŸ‘Øā€šŸ« Teachers are an integral part of our lives and communities, and we owe them a debt of gratitude for all they do. šŸ’œšŸ’›
7 months ago, Monett Schools
Student dressed up as her teacher.
Student and principal.
Student dressed as a teacher.
Student dressed up as a teacher.
šŸ„šŸŒ¾šŸ‘©ā€šŸŒ¾šŸ§‘ā€šŸŒ¾ā›…ļø MIS students are learning about MO Beef for MO Kids from Mrs. Mallory and the AG Business GO CAPS students. Students in Ms. Boykin's class learned that farmers have many responsibilities to ensure there is enough beef to feed everyone. Farmers manage a farm and engage in agricultural production, which includes growing crops and raising livestock, amongst many other responsibilities.
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Mrs. Mallory and GO CAPS student present about farmers.
Students are working on an activity about farmers on at their desk.
Reminder: Spring break begins tomorrow, Thursday, March 9, and ends on Monday, March 13. Students return to school on Tuesday, March 14. We hope you have a wonderful and relaxing break!
9 months ago, Monett Schools
March Break No School Thursday, March 9 through Monday, March 13
Back in January, we discovered that Brisa O. was named the 2023 YAM Flag winner through the Missouri Art Education Association. Brisa's flag is currently being displayed in the annual YAM celebration in the State Capital. Congratulations, Brisa!
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Flag in the State Capital.
Brisa's flag representing MO.
Brisa holding her flag next to her art teacher.
šŸ™Œ Happy Bus Driver Appreciation Day to all our bus drivers! We take a moment to express our sincere gratitude to our amazing bus drivers! šŸ’›šŸ» We are grateful for their commitment to providing safe and reliable transportation. #MonettCubPride
9 months ago, Monett Schools
Bus Driver Appreciation Day
Reminder: We are not having school on Friday, February 17 and Monday, February 20, due to February break and professional development.
10 months ago, Monett Schools
No School Feb 17 & 20
Reminder: Due to an in-service day for teachers, we are not having school on Monday, January 16.
11 months ago, Monett Schools
Professional Development No School Monday January 16
Today we celebrate our School Resource Officers for National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Our School Resource Officers work tirelessly to keep our students and staff safe. šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Jay Jastal šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Marvin McCraken šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Shey Snodgrass šŸ‘®ā€ā™‚ļø Blaine Bridges
11 months ago, Monett Schools
National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
We are excited to welcome our students back to school today!
11 months ago, Monett Schools
Welcome back!
The Craft Club at MIS made gingerbread houses!
11 months ago, Monett Schools
Students made gingerbread houses before the Christmas break.
Our MIS students made cookie jars to take home before the break!
11 months ago, Monett Schools
students making baking jars
We hosted our first Chess Tournament in Monett earlier this month. Our students took 2nd place overall! Our top finishers who contributed to the team score were: Evan S. (MMS): 3rd overall Chance J. (MMS): 4th overall Gabe B. (MMS): 5th overall Blaze B. (MHS): 8th overall Violet S. (MIS): 9th overall Congratulations to each of these students and everyone who participated in the tournament! We had 33 students compete from Monett alone. It was the biggest team ever fielded.
11 months ago, Monett Schools
Students won Chess tournament.
Our offices are closed for the holidays. Our offices will be closed beginning today, Thursday, December 22, to Friday, January 6. Our offices will open back up on Monday, January 9, 2023. Students return to school on Tuesday, January 10. Happy Holidays from everyone at Monett R-1! ā˜ƒļø
11 months ago, Monett Schools
We're closed! Dec. 22-Jan. 6
Mrs. Allen's students at MIS used the engineering design process to design the tallest, free-standing snowman using cotton balls, card stock, straws, glue/tape, and scissors. The students planned their design, built their snowman, and analyzed their final design.
11 months ago, Monett Schools
Students in class make a snowman out of cotton balls, cardboard, and glue.
Students in class make a snowman out of cotton balls, cardboard, and glue.
Students in class make a snowman out of cotton balls, cardboard, and glue.
We had a Professional Development day at Monett R-1! Our teachers enhance instruction and improve school-wide learning with professional development and collaboration. Teacher collaboration supports higher student achievement through innovation, efficient processes, leadership, group goals, values, skill acquisition, and communication. We also thank Shannon J. and Hailey P. from the CARE Mobile for stopping by Monett to provide free vaccines to students!
about 1 year ago, Monett Schools
Group collaboration in the classroom.
Nurses stand for photo in scrubs for photo in front of the CARE Mobile bus.
Group collaboration in the classroom.
Group collaboration in the classroom.
š‡ššš©š©š² š…š¢š«š¬š­ šƒššš² šØšŸ š€š®š­š®š¦š§!šŸ‚šŸ š‘šžš¦š¢š§ššžš«: Due to an in-service day for our teachers, we are not having school on Monday, September 26.
about 1 year ago, Monett Schools
š‡ššš©š©š² š…š¢š«š¬š­ šƒššš² šØšŸ š€š®š­š®š¦š§!šŸ‚šŸ  š‘šžš¦š¢š§ššžš«: Due to an in-service day for our teachers, we are not having school on Monday, September 26.