Student Accident Insurance is available for purchase through http://markel.sevencorners.com/ or by calling 877-444-5014. If you are not able to access the information online, please contact your school office and they can print it for you. The information is available in English and Spanish. A variety of policy levels are offered that cover students during school-time or around the clock. The coverage is optional for parents to purchase.
Monticello Middle School is proud to announce that, thanks to a generous donation from the Monticello Area Education Foundation, the Middle School Library will be open to students on Wednesdays from 11:00am to 2:00pm throughout the summer. The library will be open on June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th; July 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th; and August 3rd and 10th.
While the materials in the middle school library are best suited for students entering grades six through high school, all students in the Monticello School District are welcome to come in and check out reading materials.
Books checked out by students will have a two week due date, but may be renewed as necessary. Students may return books directly to the library during regular hours or use the book return box located in the Middle School Office when the library is closed. For each visit to the library, students will have their names entered into a monthly prize drawing.
We look forward to seeing you at the Middle School Library on Wednesdays!
MONTICELLO (IASA) — Dr. Victor Zimmerman, superintendent of Monticello CUSD 25 in Monticello, has been named the 2016 Superintendent of Distinction by his colleagues in the Abe Lincoln Region of the Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA).
Zimmerman will be honored at an awards luncheon April 21 in Springfield. State Superintendent Dr. Tony Smith is the featured speaker at the luncheon that will honor 21 IASA regional Superintendents of Distinction.
“I am humbled to represent the many fine superintendents across the state of Illinois with this honor,” said Zimmerman, who has been an educator for 29 years, serving as teacher, administrator and adjunct professor at the University of Illinois before becoming superintendent of the Monticello school district in 2007. “Our district has an excellent reputation as a ‘go-to” district when it comes to the all-around education for our students and a great place to work for our faculty and staff – I am grateful to have the opportunity to lead Monticello CUSD 25 – where every day is a great day to be a Sage!”
— For full details and official release, click HERE.
MONTICELLO (The News-Gazette) — Meet Linda Hayes, a substitute teacher in the Monticello school district who recently spent several months teaching a high school English class for Lisa Nuku, who was on maternity leave. She's worked as a teacher for 32 years, and spent her last several years as an elementary school teacher in Monticello. Since her retirement two years ago, Hayes has filled in teaching at every grade level in the district. "Since retiring, I most miss my school 'family.' ... Substituting is enjoyable because I want to help and I love a learning environment," she said.
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