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There is no one-size-fits-all method of teaching, but Cerro Gordo fifth grade instructor Lori Bullock says a ‘walking classroom’ implemented this year seems to get through to a wide variety of student learners.
If a new high school is built in Monticello, it would likely go up near the current middle school due to the cost to drain other potential sites.
The Bement school system will operate with a deficit budget again this year, but officials are confident it will be manageable.
The Monticello High School Thespians will present the award winning dramatic play, “Elephant’s Graveyard” by George Brant at 6 p.m. Oct. 9 and 10.
Monticello’s Lincoln and White Heath Elementary schools have received an award for their dyslexia screening and intervention program that was put into effect in 2012.
Achieving a balanced budget is no easy task for school districts these days, but the Cerro Gordo school board met that goal when it approved the 2015-16 fiscal year budget at its Sept. 23 meeting.
When Yumiko Sakai visited her former DeLand-Weldon exchange family recently in Monticello, she had one major request.
Monticello High School graduates William “Bill” Burns (Class of 1948) and Martha Oehmke-Loustaunau (Class of 1956) are the 2015 inductees in to the MHS Hall of Fame.
Monticello High School announces that Homecoming 2015 “When You Wish Upon a Star!” will be celebrated the week of September 28 – October 3. Many activities are planned for the week. The Powder Puff Championship will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 1st at the High School Athletic Field.
The DeLand-Weldon School Board approved the district’s fiscal year 2016 budget and took steps to close a deficit in the education fund.
To reduce a projected $4,000 deficit in the education fund, the board approved moving $125,000 from the working cash fund in June 2016.