The National Honor Society will be hosting the Piatt County Golden Eagles vs. MHS Faculty basketball game on December 1st. Tip off is at 6:30 in Miller Gym. Admission is $3.00 for high school students and older; $2.00 for grade school students. All proceeds will go to the Piatt County Golden Eagles Special Olympics basketball team.
MONTICELLO (The News-Gazette) — Meet Madame Erica Bryant, a French teacher at Monticello High School who says the one thing that makes her unique as an educator is the fact that she is "never afraid to act goofy."
"I get to incorporate a lot of elementary methods since students are first learning the language. I love to have fun with my classes so we sing, dance, draw, yell, laugh, wear costumes, throw things and play lots of games while we learn. I think part of my uniqueness is that I am never afraid to go 'whole hog' about something," she said.
The Monticello CUSD #25 Board of Education hosted a Town Hall Meeting October 8 at 7:00PM at Monticello High School Moore Gym. A large group of community members, faculty and staff attended the meeting to hear details about two options that the Board will select from for long term facility improvements in Monticello CUSD #25 for placement on the March 15 ballot. If a NEW HS is placed on the March 15 ballot and passed, the site preference will be near the current middle school. A community-wide survey was sent out on October 15 with information collected to assist the School Board in making a decision. We received 900 responses to the survey with all survey cards entered manuallly on-line in order to create summary information. The results of the survey can be found here.
Information from the Town Hall Meeting
- Video of entire Town Hall Meeting
- Slide Presentation
- Handout for Meeting
- Survey Questions
- School Building Renderings - NEW HS - Converted MMS to MHS - Converted MMS to MHS 2 - MHS/WASH Campus at PK-8
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