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The DeLand-Weldon school board voted to upgrade Internet service and took a step toward receiving a substantial reimbursement of phone and Internet service expenses at its Aug. 18 meeting.
Those attending a mid-October town hall meeting to discuss the next step for Monticello school facilities should have an idea of what the two remaining options will look like.
Increased participation in Monticello High School homecoming parades has prompted school officials to change the route for this year’s event in order to ease congestion and eliminate the two lanes of parade traffic that have formed on Charter Street in recent years.
Monticello High School has been named to Newsweek Magazine’s list of “America’s Top High Schools 2015.” Out of 16,000 high schools in the United States, Monticello was named No. 470.
The Monticello school board has narrowed its facility upgrade options to two, one (Plan ‘A’) that would build a new high school and another (Plan ‘C’) that would convert the 2003 Monticello Middle School building into a high school.
Bement’s school board is looking for a new member after the resignation of Jodi Wright, who has been on the school board since 2011.
The 36th Annual Bement High School Alumni Dinner has been set for Oct. 17 with expectations that nearly 200 alumni and guests will attend.
Returning to a small rural school district brings back memories of Dr. Jeff Holmes’ early career in education.
A total of 37 volunteers gathered in the Monticello High School media center last Thursday (Aug. 6) to stuff about 225 backpacks with school supplie for A Small Hand's Starting Out Right project.
The Monticello school board received positive financial news at its most recent meeting.