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Monticello School System

  The school districts of Monticello consist of professional staff and administration that are dedicated to quality and equity in education for all students. The Monticello school districts are multicultural, appreciate community contributions, and encourage student development in all areas of education. The Monticello School District has created a Comprehensive District Educational Plan (CDEP) to achieve their goals, which include the four priority areas of literacy, math, student achievement, and improved learning environment. The mission statements of each school in the Monticello school district are very similar, but below are the summaries of each school's individual mission.

  Emma C. Chase Elementary School's mission indicates the importance of working with parents and the community to produce productive citizens by encouraging intellectual curiosity, positive self-esteem, mutual respect, academic excellence, and lifelong learning. Fostering intellectual and creative development, emotional growth, social maturity, and physical well-being is important to the nurturing environment and standards-based curriculum.

  George L. Cooke Elementary School's mission is to provide all children with the opportunity to achieve full personal and academic potential in a safe, caring, child-centered environment.

  Cornelius Duggan Elementary School's mission statement indicates the school's dedication to prepare confident and successful students that will be able to conquer the goal of lifelong learning. The Duggan Elementary School uses a challenging curriculum and endows all students with a academically nurturing, secure, healthy learning environment.

  Kenneth L. Rutherford Elementary School's mission states guidelines for a great environment where children can reach their fullest potential to become responsible citizens. Rutherford Elementary school's philosophy is that all students can achieve the basic grade-level skills and that it is their responsibility to educate each student to his or her highest potential. The elementary school also promotes positive social and emotional growth and takes the responsibility of endowing all students with an equal opportunity for highest academic potential.

  The Robert J. Kaiser Middle School recognizes the importance of addressing the needs of students who are embarking on the journey from childhood to adolescence. The middle school is now located in a new building, which is designed to make this transition a positive period for the students, allowing them to emerge with great ambition to accomplish their goals.

  Monticello High School's diversified education program emphasizes the quote, Stretch Your Mind: Expand Your World. Aside from an array of high school classes, the high school also offers advanced placement and honors courses; vocational and technical training; Distance Learning; special needs education; and the opportunities to earn college credits, participate in Academy of Finance, and to experience learning through placement in the community. Monticello High School's modified block schedule provides for the chance to be active learners and choose from nine different academic options.

Emma C. Chase Elementary School
Wurtsboro, NY 12790
845-888-0173 or 845-888-2471

George L. Cooke Elementary School
Franklin Avenue, Monticello, NY 12701
845-794-8830

Cornelius Duggan Elementary School
White Lake, NY 12786
845-583-5890

Kenneth L. Rutherford Elementary School
Monticello, NY 12701
845-794-4240

Robert J. Kaiser Middle School
45 Breaky Avenue, Monticello, NY 12701
845-796-3058

Monticello High School
150 Wood Avenue, Monticello, NY 12701
845-794-8840

Monticello Central School District
237 Forestburgh Road
Monticello, NY 12701
845-794-7700

Monticello School - Official website

Monticello's Report Card - New York State Education Department