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
Our Auto Technology Program received a generous donation from, Ann Spangler, granddaughter of Les Mason. Les established the Ford Dealership in Monett during the 1920's. Ann was in search of something to give back in honor of her grandfather who loved the Monett Community, so in his name she presented our Auto Tech Program with a $500 donation. These funds will be used to create a scholarship for one of our Auto Tech seniors. Thank you Ann for your generosity.
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
SkillsUSA Leadership Team January 13th, 2021 The monthly meeting of the SRTC SkillsUSA Leadership Team was held Wednesday, January 13th. Ms. Anessa Garner, SkillsUSA Advisor, shared with students the schedule for the upcoming SkillsUSA District Skill and Leadership Contests to be held at various locations throughout the Southwest District February 2-12, 2021. Scott Tech will host Auto Collision, Construction, and CNC Technician competitions on Tuesday, February 2nd. All students who compete in the competitions are required to have a resume and some will undergo interviews throughout their performance events. Ms. Laurie Woolfolk, SRTC Guidance Counselor, went over SRTC’s Sophomore recruiting plans for this year. With the COVID crisis, recruitment is a bit more challenging. SkillsUSA Leadership Team members will be Scott Tech ambassadors over the next few weeks and give small group tours to our sending school sophomores of all SRTC programs and activities. SkillsUSA Week is scheduled for February 7-13th. The goal of SkillsUSA Week is to show appreciation to teachers, advisors, and the community who support Career and Technical Education as well as to promote SkillsUSA programs and activities. The Leadership Team has decided on the following schedule for the week. Monday, February 8th - provide cookies to Scott Tech teachers and staff. Tuesday, February 9th - deliver cookies to various industry partners Wednesday, February 10 - team leaders will pick-up trash along SRTC’s ‘Adopt a Highway’. Thursday, February 11 - Celebrate SkillsUSA by wearing your SkillsUSA shirt to your home school. Friday, February 12 - Promote Leadership by competing in Leadership competitions at Carthage Tech. The Leadership Team closed its meeting with the reciting of the SkillsUSA Pledge. The next meeting of the Leadership Team will be held on Wednesday, February 10th.
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/
Reminder: We will not have school on Monday, January 18, due to a teacher in-service day.
Today, our students and staff prepared for a POTENTIAL Connected Learning Snow Day tomorrow, Jan. 7. Your student will come home with their school-issued device. We are closely monitoring the weather. If school is canceled tomorrow morning, we will send out a call, text, post it on social media, our website, and share it on the local TV channels. We hope you are staying safe and warm.
GO CAPS students in the STEM strand have been tasked with redesigning specific paint line methods for particular EFCO parts. Believing "effective innovation requires imitation," the students replicated EFCO’s current hanger system to better aid workers’ environments. After creating and discussing ideas with EFCO leadership, the students ultimately applied their proposed improvements to the system. Based on feedback from the final presentation to EFCO leadership, STEM students are confident the new system will be utilized in the workplace. This is an example of the projects students in GoCAPS accomplish. Students did an exceptional job presenting to the EFCO leadership team. Way to go, GO CAPS team!
Check out what courses are being offering this spring! To enroll online click the link: https://monett.revtrak.net/SRTC-Adult-Education/
December 4, 2020: Students in 2nd grade had a virtual field trip with the Nature Center. They learned about reptiles, birds, and many other animals. Even though students could not physically visit the Nature Center, they were still able to learn about wildlife. Students saw a real snake and discovered that the scales on the snake's belly protects them from hard and dangerous surfaces.
December 2, 2020: Shoutout to our maintenance team for picking up extra duties in the last few weeks! They have worked in the kitchen serving food, helped keep campuses clean, and made sure our buildings are running properly. We are grateful to have an amazing maintenance team!
November 11, 2020: Today we honor our veterans for their sacrifice, bravery, and the example set for the rest of us. We salute and thank our veterans for our freedom.
October 9, 2020: Students at MMS are preparing for tomorrow's pep and Veterans Day assembly. Each year, students at MMS honor veterans by inviting them on campus and making special recognitions. Due to COVID, we will not have veterans on campus for the safety and wellbeing of everyone. However, students did not want to miss the opportunity to honor veterans by sharing a positive message. We have outstanding students at Monett R-1!
October 20, 2020: We thank our transportation department, staff, and community for keeping students safe as they travel to and from school. #MonettR1 #NationalSchoolBusSafetyWeek
October 19, 2020: We are not having school on Friday, October 23, and Monday, October 26! All building offices will be closed on Friday, Oct. 23. If you have not met with your child's teacher for Parent-Teacher Conferences, please call our offices to set up a time.
Check out what we have been up to here at Scott Tech by clicking the link: https://www.smore.com/2yefa
September 29, 2020: As students return from a three-day weekend, please continue doing a daily health screening before sending your children to school.
September 28, 2020: Professional development consists of various activities, including collaborating to problem solve, attending educational conferences (online or in-person), workshops, participating in building or district discussions, independent research, or learning from peers. We strive to hire quality teachers and invest in the constant evolution of the art of teaching. We are an innovative community with continuous updates and a town full of cultures from around the world. Monett R-I is currently teaching students with different backgrounds and cultures, speaking up to 16 languages across the district. We never stop learning. Everything we do directly affects our students. Professional development helps teachers grow and meet students' needs as new educational and technological advancements become available.
September 23, 2020: We are not having school on Monday, September 28, due to an in-service day for teachers. Fall is officially here; we hope you get a chance to unwind and enjoy this beautiful fall weather.