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Monticello District and Curriculum

Monticello School Districts is comprised of four schools and 2,125 students in grades K-12. There are two elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. There is also a vocational school that high school students can attend. Drew Central includes three schools and over 1,000 students. The district website also includes overall curriculum guides for grades K-8 for each of the main content areas.

We currently cover the following Monticello-area school districts: Drew Central School District and Monticello School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Monticello District Curriculum

Drew Central uses the Common Core Standards and will soon implement the PARCC assessment to replace the current state test. The district has its own website dedicated to math instruction at each grade level from K-8. This includes a list of skills students should gain proficiency in during each of the four quarters of the school year; for example, one of the things third graders should know by the third nine-week period of the year is their multiplication facts.

Monticello is committed to 21st century learning. The district’s websites suggests a free educational mobile app daily and offers a “technology tip” weekly. It also has posted documents describing different types of instructional technology and apps that can be used in various content areas. Additionally, parents can register their students into the 21st Century Community Learning Center program, which includes academic support services and enrichment activities such as technology use.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Monticello Educational News

  • Teacher Obtains National Certification - A Drew Center School District math facilitator and 18-year secondary math teacher became the third faculty member in the district to become nationally certified. The superintendent was very proud of her, pointing out that the district not only strives for high achievement amongst its students but its educators as well. As the math facilitator, her job is to work with math teachers to assist them in improving mathematics instruction, including sharing knowledge that she has gained from attending conferences.
  • MHS Forensics Team Competes - Eleven members of Monticello High School’s forensic team recently competed in a statewide classic forensics tournament. Three students advanced past the preliminary rounds—placing either first or second in those rounds. It was a very competitive tournament, with 27 schools bringing 57 teams of students. Categories included Storytelling, Poetry, Duet Acting, and many others. Well done, forensics team!
  • Drew Central Launches Official App - Drew Central School District has delved into the technological age by creating the DC Schools Connect mobile app. Through the app, parents and students have access to such information as grades, school calendars, sports and activity schedules, cafeteria lunch menus, news alerts, and staff contact information. Shortly after releasing the app, the district had a booth at a sports event in which staff members helped people install the app and answered any questions they had.

Monticello Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Tips for Applying to Colleges

The college application process may be one of the most stressful situations some students will have in their young lives. Here are a few tips to ensure that you give yourself the best chance possible to be accepted by the colleges you apply to: Know the school’s requirements, meaning GPA and test scores. This information may be more difficult to find than you might think, but dig your heels in until you uncover what you are looking for. More and more universities are accepting ACT scores alone, but several schools still prefer or require that the SAT be taken. Take the application essay, which many schools require, very seriously. This is a way to showcase yourself to the school, so create a story about yourself. Depending on the essay prompt, you may also have the opportunity to portray your knowledge of the school and academic program you may interested in and show not only that you have a strong opinion of it but why you favor it.