Volunteers Needed - Book Fair

Starting Tuesday, May 15, 2018 and going through Wednesday, May 23, 2018 we will have a “Stock up for summer reading” Scholastic book fair in the library. Please see the chart below for specific times. All classes will have a scheduled time during class to come to the library and purchase a book or two. The book fair will be open before and after some of our music concerts!

The book fair is online between May 14-May 25. You can access it on the Scholastic Book Fair app or here.


Volunteers are needed! If you have not fulfilled your family’s commitment of 40 hours of volunteer work, this is an excellent way to get some. Please contact Mrs. Ballard in the library, at Kathy.ballard@monticelloacademy.net or use the following link to sign up.


All proceeds from the book fair support our library and reading programs!

Book Fair Hours

Tuesday, May 15 7:30-10:00 a.m. & 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Thursday, May 17 7:30-11:00 a.m., 3:00-5:30 p.m.

Friday, May 18 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, May 22 3:00-8:00 p.m.


Wednesday, May 23 7:30-8:00 a.m.

Check with your teacher* and find out when your class will be coming to purchase books and other items.

*4-11 grade – Language arts/English class

Last Updated: 05/10/2018
Final Pop For Reading - This Friday

This Friday, May 4th will be our final pop for reading event for the school year. This event has helped purchase some great books for our library this year. We appreciate your support for our library and the Parent Council. 

Popcorn will be sold during carpool for $1.00 a bag. 

Last Updated: 05/03/2018
End of Year T-Shirt & Order Form

Parent Council is excited to be selling end of year t-shirts. Shirts may be worn on the last day of school for the carnival. All order forms and payments are due by Wednesday, May 9th. Purchasing the shirt is optional. 

Last Updated: 05/03/2018
Spirit Week - Clarifications
Tuesday, May 1st -  Academic Acheivement
College Preparation - We are preparing our students to go on to the college of their choice!
  • Please wear a shirt representing your favorite college (Plain, solid COLORED shirts ARE allowed). You must be in complete uniform except for your favorite college shirt.


  • College shirt or plain solid-colored shirts representing a college (e.g., red for UofU or blue for BYU) - No hats or other accessories. No jeans.
  • If the shirt has a college name or college logo it cannot be sleeveless (wear a sleeved t-shirt under tank tops)
  • If there is no college name or college logo, it needs to be a plain, solid color t-shirt

 Wednesday, May 2nd - Love of Learning

Artistic Accessories Day – Students at Monticello have the unique opportunity to gain a strong background in the arts, PE
and Foreign language. All of these are skills and interests they can continue to develop throughout their lives.
  • Show your artistic side by wearing a funky hat, cool shoes, an interesting tie or silly socks. Choose one! You must be in complete uniform except for your one accessory.


  • Add ONE accessory - hat or tie or shoes or necklace or other jewelry (earrings count as one accessory)
  • To support the Utah Jazz in the playoffs -your one accessory may be a Utah Jazz hat or a Utah Jazz shirt! (with sleeves or a t-shirt with sleeves underneath a tank)
  • If you have any questions, bring your uniform shirt

Thursday, May 3rd - Ownership

 Class Unity Day – Minutemen take pride in who they are and are proud to be in classes together. Team up with your
classmates and show your spirit! 
Grade Color
  • K Blue         
  • 1 Orange      
  • 2 Yellow       
  • 3 White         
  • 4 Purple       
  • 5 Brown    
  • 6 Green
  • 7 Grey
  • 8 Pink
  • 9 Red
  • 10 Blue
  • 11 Black (w/Kahki pants only)
Each grade wears a different solid colored shirt- who will win? You must be in complete uniform except for your solid colored, plain shirt.
  • Thursday - Ownership
  • Solid color shirt only (no sleeveless shirts)
Friday, May 4th - Respect
Monticello Day - Monticello students come from a variety of backgrounds and cultures and are proud of what makes
them unique!
  • We want to show our respect for all of the cultures of Monticello by wearing one item from our culture or another culture we respect. An interesting hat, shoes, jacket, sarong, necklace or any other cultural item can be worn on top of your uniform today to show your pride!


  • Must be in full uniform. Anything cultural item goes on top of the regular school uniform. E.g., a lavalava worn over school uniform pants.
  • Modesty is paramount. All dress must be modest, appropriate, and consistent with the school uniform. Skirts must be past the knee.
  • Most of the days involve you changing ONE part of your uniform. Please make sure you are following uniform guidelines otherwise.
  • If you do not participate, you need to remain in full uniform and every other part of your outfit should follow dress code.
  • Students who are not following dress code will be sent home!
  • If you have any questions please ask Mr. Curtis or Mrs. Heinig

Last Updated: 04/30/2018
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