Book Fair February 11th & 12th - Volunteers Needed
We're pleased to announce that we are holding a Book Fair in the library during P/T
conferences as follows (all young children must be accompanied by an adult):
Thursday, February 11th from 12:30-6:30 p.m.
Friday, February 12th from 12:30-6:30 p.m.
You may also check out our online book fair
at From this site, you can shop
the Monticello Academy's Book Fair between February 7th-27th. If you can’t attend during
the Parent/Teacher conferences, you can still add to your home library and support our library by
visiting the book fair online!
All proceeds from the Book Fair will be used to get new books for our library.
Volunteers are needed to help set up the fair on Monday, February 8th and during the fair hours
on Thursday and Friday. Additional volunteers will be needed Friday at 6:30 p.m. to tear it
down. Please contact Mrs. Ballard in the library or check your email for the link to sign up to volunteer.

Last Updated: 02/03/2016
Reading Contest Begins this Friday, January 15th!

Reading Contest Begins this Friday, January 15th!

Reading is such a fundamental skill in life, Monticello Academy proudly joins with the Utah Jazz & Scholastic in an intense 31 days – asking students and teachers to read all we can!  However, only Kindergarten through 6th grade will be participating in the “Be a Team Player-Read! Contest” sponsored by The Utah Jazz, Scholastic Book Fairs etc. For this 
contest, all reading minutes must be turned in on paper logs with a parent or guardian signature. To be eligible for weekly drawings, minutes must be turned into their classroom/English teacher by Tuesday each week. The contest will end on Tuesday, February 16th. Click here for more information (English and Spanish)

To be eligible for the prize drawings, we are asking for these minutes from each student for all 31 days.

K-1 –  30 minutes per day/ 210 minutes per week / 930 total
2-3 –  45 minutes per day / 315 minutes per week / 1,395 total
4-9 – 60 minutes per day / 420 minutes per week / 1,860 total

To see a schedule of fun activities before and after school during this month see the school calendar and our Facebook page. There will be an early morning event every Tuesday and 5 Read-a-thons on various afternoons. 

7-9 grades will also have a reading contest with prizes for top students and classes. Faculty and staff have also been divided into reading teams! Let’s see how many minutes we can read!

Last Updated: 01/14/2016
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