Town Hall Meeting - US Senator Mike Lee

Please join U.S. Senator MIke Lee at a Town Hall 

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

7:00 PM  - 8:30 PM

Monticello Academy Gym

 



Last Updated: 03/27/2015
Yearbook Price Increases After March 27th
ONLY 50 YEARBOOKS LEFT
 
If you buy a yearbook by March 27th it will only cost $20! 
 
Purchasing a yearbook before March 27th will also help the student body beat Mrs. Anjewierden's yearbook challenge. Your yearbook purchase will ensure that she takes a pie to the face, demos some cool new dance moves, or performs Bruno Mars' hit song Uptown Funk.  
 
After March 27th, Mrs. Anjewierden is free from peril, and yearbook prices increase by five dollars
 
This year's book is a fun, dynamic overview of your student's life at school during the 2014-2015 school year. It is jam-packed with entertaining and informative photos, stories, and activities, that are designed to help you and your student remember what made this school year great! The book is specially designed to appeal to students in all grades (elementary and junior high alike)!
 
Students will receive their book on the last day of school and be given the opportunity to have their friends and teachers sign it. 
 
Purchasing a yearbook is a great way to cherish the memories students have made and keep in touch with their friends they enjoy.
 
P.S. Don't wait until the last minute to purchase a yearbook as we have sold out of yearbooks three years in a row


Last Updated: 03/27/2015
Monticello Spirit Week 2015 March 23rd-27th

 Monticello Academy Spirit Week 

Creating a sense of spirit, unity, tradition and fun

Monticello Minutemen have VALOR:

Vision

Academic Achievement

Love of Learning

Ownership

Respect

Monday March 23rd Theme: Respect

Monticello Day – Monticello students come from a variety of backgrounds and cultures and are proud of what makes them unique! We want to show our respect for all of the cultures of Monticello by wearing one item from our culture or another culture we respect. An interesting hat, shoes, jacket, sarong, necklace or any other cultural item can be worn on top of your uniform today to show your pride!

Before School Activity: The students from concert band will be preforming in the gym from 7:35-8:00. Come enjoy the music and support the arts!

 

Tuesday March 24th Theme: Academic Achievement

College preparation – We are preparing our students to go on to the college of their choice! Please wear a shirt representing your favorite college (Plain, solid COLORED shirts ARE allowed –no white). You must be in complete uniform except for your shirt.

Before School Activity: To showcase our technology we will be having a robot battle in the gym from 7:40-7:55. Come root for your favorite robot built by the Lego Robotics Club!

All day long: Students from choir and orchestra will be serenading classes who have signed up to have “brain breaks” and listen to our amazing music classes!

 

Wednesday March 25th Theme: Love of Learning

Artistic Accessories Day – Students at Monticello have the unique opportunity to gain a strong background in the arts, PE and Foreign language. All of these are skills and interests they can continue to develop throughout their lives. Show your artistic side by wearing a funky hat, cool shoes, an interesting tie or silly socks. Choose one! You must be in complete uniform except for your accessory.

Before School Activity: Make your mark on a school-wide mural! Come to the kiva to add your artistic spirit from 7:35-7:55 with the Art Honors Society.

All day long: Students from choir and orchestra will be serenading classes who have signed up to have “brain breaks” and listen to our amazing music classes!

Thursday March 26th Theme: Ownership

Class Unity Day – Minutemen take pride in who they are and are proud to be in classes together. Team up with your classmates and show your spirit! Each grade wears a different solid colored shirt- who will win? You must be in complete uniform except for your solid colored, plain shirt.

K-White

1- Purple

2- Red

3- Orange

4- Yellow

5-Green

6- Blue

7- Burgundy

8- Grey

9- Black (only with khaki pants)

Before School Activity: Mentor read-a-thon! All ages join in the gym from 7:35-7:55 to pair up and have older students read to younger students sponsored by the Monticello Library.

After school Activity: Trash pick-up! Team up with the SBO’s who will be walking around the school grounds making sure that we take ownership of the school as well! Help out the SBO’s from 3:20-3:45

 

Friday March 27th Theme: Vision

Job Interview Day – Minutemen have a vision of what they want to be when they grow up. Pretend you are going on your interview! Wear your most professional outfit. You need to be dressed head to toe professional- skirts past the knee, button up shirts and no sneakers.

After School Activity: Faculty vs. Students soccer game. Come out to the field directly after school from 1:00-2:00 to cheer on your favorite teachers and soccer stars!  

 

Note:

  • Modesty is paramount.  All dress must be modest, appropriate, and consistent with the school uniform. Skirts must be past the knee.
  • Most of the days involve you changing ONE part of your uniform. Please make sure you are following uniform guidelines otherwise.
  •  If you do not participate, you need to remain in full uniform and every other part of your outfit should follow dress code.
  • Students who are not following dress code will be sent home!
  • If you have any questions please ask Mrs. Constant or Mrs. Heinig

 



Last Updated: 03/12/2015
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