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MHS Cheerleaders And Mascot Attend NCA Summer Camp

Tuesday, July 18th, 2023

SportsMHSCheer2023The MHS Cheerleaders and Mascot attended the National Cheerleaders Association summer camp in Hot Springs June 5-8th. They received several awards competing against some outstanding squads from Arkansas, Texas, and Mississippi. They won 1st Place in the Game Day Cheer and 3rd in the Jam Performance Routine. Other awards they earned were (more…)

Monticello Students Make All-Region Choir

Wednesday, October 26th, 2022

Interfor 444 Good newsView receCongratulations to these amazing choir students for their outstanding achievement in making the 2022 Region 3 All Region Choir.

MHS – Brett Birch earned 5th chair, Bass 1 mixed choir. This rating qualifies him for all state tryouts in February.  The Sr. High Region 3 concert will be Saturday, November 12 @ 4:00 p.m. in the Bryant High School auditorium.

MJHS – Shakira Walton , Chair 5,  Alto 1   Eddy Grace Birch, Chair 17,  Soprano 2

Monticello Middle School Students Make All-Region Choir

Tuesday, October 25th, 2022

IMG_1926Congratulations to these amazing choir students for their outstanding achievement in making the 2022 Region 3 All Region Choir.

MMS – Students pictured left to right.    Sophie Barrillieux, Ja’Niyah Goodman, Emily Castillo, Cynthia Walton, Laila White, Malea Phillips, not pictured Emma Ellis

The Jr. High Region 3 concert will be Friday, November 11 @ 4:00 p.m. at the Magnolia Performing Arts Center.

MIS Students Win Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative Battle Of The Books

Thursday, May 12th, 2022

BattleOfThebooksWinnerWinner of the Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative Battle of the Books was the team from Monticello Intermediate School.  Members of the team:  Andrew Maxwell(4th grade), Gia Weier(4th grade), Lily Copico(5th grade), Charlee Kaye Bickford(4th grade), and Julie Pettigrew(4th grade).  Sponsor of this team is GT Coordinator, Haley Greer.

Monticello Elementary Students Win Chess Tournament

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2022

ChessTournamentMonticelloSchoolsAn elementary chess tournament was held at Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative on Friday, April 8th for southeast Arkansas elementary students in grades 3rd-6th grade. 80 students participated.  1st place winner: Caleb Norris (Monticello Schools), 2nd Place Winner: Dhruv Patel (Monticello Schools), and 3rd Place Winner: Bo Hobbs (Monticello Schools).

MHS FBLA Students Compete In District Competition

Wednesday, April 13th, 2022

MHS FBLAMonticello High School FBLA students recently competed in the District III FBLA competition.  Congratulations to:

Back Row:  Jack Nickolson, 1st place in Organizational Leadership; Dakota Barbee, 3rd place in Networking Infrastructures; Dameon Harris, 1st place in Introduction to Information Technology; Tucker Breedlove, 4th place in Political Science; Ziquon Herron, 5th place in Healthcare Administration; Mariannice Benton, 6th place in Introduction to Business Procedures.

Front Row:  Mary Mencer, 1st place in Accounting I; Lily Gamewell, 6th place in Cyber Security; Caleb Briggs, 3rd place in Advertising; Beth Bragg, 5th place in Job Interview; Madison Bitely, 1st place in Business Communications; Pressly Vollmer, 3rd place in Introduction to Financial Math.

Not Pictured:  Kamryn Jones, 2nd place in Introduction to Business Concepts; Bryan Nichols, 3rd place in Human Resource Management.

Monticello School District COVID-19 Guidelines for 2020-2021 – Video

Friday, June 26th, 2020


MHS_Billies_MMonticello School District will follow the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) guidelines and the Arkansas Ready for Learning report issued by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in planning for re-opening in the fall (Guidelines are subject to change). We hope the following information helps answer many of the questions you may have about re-opening schools.

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Monticello High School Awarded Grant From Clearwater Paper

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019
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ComputerClearWaterMHSMonticello High School was awarded a grant of $3,000.00 from Clearwater Paper for its new school based enterprise. A school-based enterprise (SBE) is a set of entrepreneurial activities undertaken by students that provides an economic, social, and educational return to the student,
school, and community. SBEs provide realistic and practical learning experiences that reinforce classroom instruction. The Monticello High School SBE will sell to consumers through a point of sale system which will be known as “The Goat Shop”.

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MMS EAST Attended National EAST Conference

Saturday, March 16th, 2019

Interfor 444 Good newsthumbnailThe MMS EAST program represented Billie Nation at the 2019 National EAST Conference March 12th-14th.  A team consisting of Kat Claycomb, Caden Fitzgerald,  Addie Montgomery, Alivia Ramsey,  Kaleb Romero, Hope Sass, Chesney Smith,  and Brinkley Taylor presented seven of the many projects students have been working on this year.

The projects included the MMS Student Emergency Response Team (SERT); the Bille Dyslexia Reader; the Alzheimer’s Memories of Love Project; the Jordan Park Lighting Project; the MMS Clothing, Hygiene, School Supply Closet; the Waste Reduction and Recycling Project; and the MHS Fishing Team.  The students were well rehearsed and polished as they presented to the public and judges.  If you would like to know more about these projects and/or our MMS EAST Program, please contact EAST Facilitator Shawn Curtis at 367-4040 / 367-4043.

MHS Billie Band Awarded Tenth Consecutive Sweepstakes At Region Concert

Friday, March 15th, 2019

thumbnailCongratulations to the members of the Monticello High School Billie Band for their achievement last night in El Dorado at the Region III Concert Assessment. The band received all superior ratings on stage and superior performance in sightreading. This score, combined with a superior rating in marching assessment, awards them with their TENTH CONSECUTIVE SWEEPSTAKES. A sweepstakes is the highest honor a school band in Arkansas can receive.  

MMS Students Quilt Squares For Meals On Wheels Quilt Raffle

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

thumbnailThe 2nd 9 weeks art students at MMS created batik quilt squares for Meals on Wheels quilt raffle. Students in Mrs. Knight’s 6th grade art class created quilt squares that was made into a quilt top by Mrs. Beverly Sullivan.

The quilt was then passed off to Mrs. Paula Hooks to be quilted into the final product. Both ladies donated their services for this project.

The students are selling tickets for the raffle. The tickets are $1 each or $5 will get 7 tickets. The quilt is on display at MMS if anyone is interested in buying a raffle ticket or making a donation to Senior Citizen’s Meals-On Wheels program.

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