Monticello CUSD #25

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Monticello CUSD #25

Summer Makerspace

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Summer Makerspace
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Stop by the middle school makerspace this summer to work with Snap Circuits, Little Bits, Makey Makey, compete in challenges, and more. This is a free drop in program for school-age Sages.

Thursday, May 31 from 12-2
Wednesday, June 6 from 12-2
Friday, July 6 from 12-2
Thursday, August 2 from 12-2

School Safety Letter to Community, Parents, Faculty and Students

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This letter was sent via email to all district parents, faculty and staff and shared on social media on February 26, 2018 from Vic Zimmerman, Superintendent of Schools --> http://sages.us/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=3907&Itemid=89.

Want to Teach in Monticello? – Current Teaching Openings

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BillboardWe are looking for teacher candidates for the 2018-19 school year.  We have openings for a HS Math teacher, HS Science teacher, MS Special Ed teacher, 3rd grade Classroom teacher and several classroom aide positions.  For more information goto --> Positions and Openings.  Please keep an eye on this website for new openings. Starting salary (BS with no experience) is $41,319 with TRS plus single health insurance.  Salary for a teachers with MS and ten years is $51,099 with TRS plus single health insurance.  It's a Great Time to be a Sage!   

Lead Testing Plan and Re-testing

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Water FountainPublic Act 99-0922 requires that all schools with students in fifth grade and under built before January 1, 1987 test sources used for drinking water or used for food preparation. Below are the results of the intial testing and how we addressed the problem areas at Lincoln and Washington School (White Heath results were not an issue). Lead in piping was used in all buildings and homes prior to using newer water lines. Due to the age of our buildings a majority of our water lines include lead. Over time these pipes leach some lead into the water – we are required to inform parents when levels are over 5 ppb while the EPA has an actionable benchmark of 15 ppb. On August 16-17, 2017, all elementary classroom sinks and water fountains were tested two times within one minute prior to the start of the school day – the results of these tests were received and analyzed today and a mitigation plan is going into effect immediately.  After implemenating our mitigation plan, we re-tested the sinks and water fountains on December 19, 2017. We found that our mitigation plans have been successful in reducing the lead in the testing results -- except for two sinks at Lincoln School (rooms G052 and G055) where we will replace the sink hardware this summer.  We will continue to avoid using the classroom sinks for drinking water. 

Please see the full letter to parents here

Complete testing results can be found here.

Complete re-testing results can be found here.

Community Facility Advisory Committee (CFAC) Report Presented

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The Monticello CUSD #25 Board of Education heard a report presented by the Community Facility Advisory Committee at it's meeting held on June 21, 2017.  The committee was made up of twenty community members and led by school board members Marc Sheppard and Kevin Frye.  The committee met five times and focused on school facility upgrade ideas and planning as well as discussions on the two unsuccessful referendums for a new high school and closure of other school buildings.  The report includes suggestions on facilities, what should be considered and how to communicate the needs to the community and public in advance of the next referendum.  The school board will use the report to assist in making decisions on facility upgrades and a future referendum to be held in March 2018.  A final decision on such a referendum would be made at a December board meeting.   The final CFAC report can be found here --> Final CFAC Report

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