We invite you to come and give to others that are in need during this holiday season. The teacher that has the most parents, guardians and other adults donate in their name will win a $25.00 gift card to purchase classroom supplies and the winning class will receive a party for their efforts. If you have multiple students attending Monticello Academy, each student will receive credit for your donation. We have a goal of 36 pints and would LOVE to have to add additional slots due to the overwhelming interest. Please go online and sign up today!
American Red Cross Blood Drive
· Monticello Academy Cafeteria
· Monday, December 9, 2013
· 3:00- 7:00 pm ***Note change in time.
PLEASE NOTE THAT RESERVING YOUR TIME SLOT HAS CHANGED FROM THE PAST - TO RESERVE YOUR TIME SLOT: Please log onto www.redcrossblood.org and click on the blue box in the right hand corner and enter the Sponsor Code: Monticello or contact Melanie Featherstone at (801) 699-9441.
All time slots will be reserved and confirmed online. Please do not send back the form that will be sent home with your student, it is for reference purpose only.
We also need 6 parent volunteers that are willing to help donate their time to help with the logistics of the blood drive. The hours would be counted towards your Monticello Academy Volunteer Hours. If you are able to volunteer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number and time slot you would be able to volunteer. (Shifts Available: 3:45-6:00 pm OR 6:00-8:00 pm)
Monticello Academy is dedicated to the personal and academic excellence of all students, including those with learning difficulties and English Language Learners, and provides outstanding education options for students with disabilities. Monticello’s curricula and teaching strategies, including use of tiered instruction, to address all learning styles are effective for most students.
Monticello Academy, like all public schools in Utah, follows the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act.
At Monticello, a strong and dedicated special education staff of teachers, related service providers, consultants, and paraprofessionals know how to support children with special needs. These supports include:
Areas of disability defined under the IDEA:
Other Health Impairment
Specific Learning Disability
Traumatic Brain Injury
Visual Impairment (including Blindness)
The eligibility requirements for a 504 Plan differ from those for IDEA. If you or your child’s teachers suspect that your child may have a that substantially limits one or more life function, a request for determination of eligibility for a 504 Plan may be made to the school’s 504 coordinator.
If you would like more information about the IDEA and the Utah State Board of Education Special Education Rules, ask a special education teacher at Monticello Academy or go to www.schools.utah.gov/SARS.
As required by Federal and State regulation, Monticello Academy has an asbestos management plan on file and is available for inspection by appointment. The school's Local Education Agency (LEA) designated person is Mark Williams. If you would like to see the management plan please contact Mark at 801-417-8040 ext 112.