Wildcat P.A.W.S. Award Winner, Jonesburg Optimist Montgomery County R-II is fortunate to have many great staff members and many wonderful community members who support our kids. The district recognizes staff members, as well as our community supporters each month with Wildcat Awards. The community members receive the P.A.W.S. award, P.A.W.S. stands for Perpetually a Wildcat Supporter. The winners of this month’s award give endless support to our staff and students in so many different ways! It seems that any time we ask, this group shows up for our kids and community. They volunteer time, labor, and donate money to make our schools a great place for students and staff to learn and grow. Their genuine care for the people in their community is evident through the actions of their members. We are excited to award this month’s P.A.W.S. award to the Jonesburg Optimist Club. We continue to take nominations for the Wildcat and P.A.W.S. Awards, there is a link on our website or you can email me your nominations. Congratulations to the Optimist!
4 days ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Jonesburg Optimist
The Montgomery County R-II School District would like to announce the October winner of the Wildcat Award. The Wildcat Award is given to a staff member who exemplifies our mission of creating lifelong learners and productive citizens. We are excited to present this award to Mr. Dustin Figg. Mr. Figg is the ISS, MO Options, and credit recovery teacher at Montgomery County High School. He also coaches basketball and middle school softball. His nomination says, “Dustin has been a great addition to our school district. He has been great at his role in the ISS room. He is able to connect with students and get them to complete their work and their classes to graduate high school. Students enjoy being around Dustin because he is always positive and has a good personality. Dustin is very involved outside the school day with coaching various sports and working the score board or book throughout the year!” Congratulations Dustin, we truly appreciate your dedication to our students!
9 days ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Figg Wildcat Award
Wildcat P.A.W.S. Award Winners - Paul and Rhonda Johnson Montgomery County R-II is fortunate to have many great staff members and many wonderful community members who support our kids. The district recognizes staff members, as well as our community supporters each month with Wildcat Awards. The community members receive the P.A.W.S. award, P.A.W.S. stands for Perpetually a Wildcat Supporter. The winners of this month’s award have been Wildcat fans for decades! Paul and Rhonda Johnson are frequently spotted in the bleachers of all of our athletic teams. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are positive and encouraging to our students and staff, and we are so appreciative of their continued support! We continue to take nominations for the Wildcat and P.A.W.S. Awards, there is a link on our website or you can email me your nominations. Congratulations to Paul and Rhonda Johnson!
about 1 month ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Johnson - PAWS
The FBLA Haunted House is back! And now includes the Stuco Trunk or Treat!
about 1 month ago, Jocelyn Schluss
FBLA Haunted House
The Montgomery County R-II School District would like to announce the September winner of the Wildcat Award. The Wildcat Award is given to a staff member who exemplifies our mission of creating lifelong learners and productive citizens. We are excited to present this award to Mrs. Casey Dillon-Chipman. Mrs. Dillon-Chipman teaches band at Montgomery County Middle School and Montgomery County High School. Her nomination says, “I have recently had the opportunity to be in Mrs. Dillon-Chipman's classroom. To say I was in awe of her teaching and patience would be an understatement. Mrs. Dillon-Chipman is such a positive light as she constantly smiles, laughs, and makes connections to students. These students are entirely new to her craft and need an immense amount of help, and she was still able to pinpoint issues and troubleshoot for individual students, despite the number of students who needed her help. She expertly showed students how to make a "mosquito face" and a "pooh face" to get their instruments to produce the right noise and patiently explained and re-explained how to put their instruments together. In the span of just one class period the students improved vastly in their ability to play their very first note and their excitement was contagious. I am glad our students have someone like Mrs. Dillon-Chipman to help ignite an excitement for learning beyond their core contents! Congratulations Casey, we truly appreciate your dedication to our students! The district invites parents, community members, and employees to nominate any district employee for the Wildcat Award by completing the nomination form.
about 2 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Mrs. Dillon-Chipman
The Montgomery County R-II School District would like to announce the September winner of the Wildcat Award. The Wildcat Award is given to a staff member who exemplifies our mission of creating lifelong learners and productive citizens. We are excited to present this award to Mrs. Janet Lockhart. Mrs. Lockhart is the daytime custodian at Jonesburg Elementary School. Her nomination says, “Janet is deserving of this award because she has gone above and beyond to help our school community in just 3 short weeks of school. She has stepped up to help when the other janitor needs to be out without complaint to make sure our classes are clean and suitable for learning. She has also taken on the role of training a high school graduate that has volunteered his time to assist her in cleaning our school. She cares deeply about our community and it shows in the work she puts in.” Mrs. Janet brings spunk to JBE. She happily greets our students and holds them to high standards. She cares for all of our students and staff and strives to help make JBE a great place to grow and learn. Congratulations Janet, we truly appreciate your dedication to our students! The district invites parents, community members, and employees to nominate any district employee for the Wildcat Award by completing the nomination form.
about 2 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Mrs. Lockhart and JBE 5th Grade
Please join the MCHS volleyball team for their annual Pink Out game! We will complete against Battle High School on October 17 in the MCHS gym beginning at 5:30 pm. Wear your pink and come out to enjoy some volleyball and great concession treats! Below is a link to the 2022 Pink Out shirts if you are interested in ordering. http://www.mocovbstore.com/
about 2 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
MCR2 athletics and extracurricular activities are an important part of our school culture, and our students benefit from their peers, family and community members' support at these activities. The district asks that guests follow some basic guidelines to help make the activities a safe and fun experience for all spectators. Drugs, alcohol and tobacco are strictly prohibited on our campus. Pets are also prohibited on our campus, any animal on campus should follow BOE policy about service animals. All spectators are expected to remain within the general area of the activity they are attending (football game-concessions area or in the stands, basketball game-concessions area or in the gym, etc). We also ask that students are not throwing balls, or other objects, during the activity. We expect elementary students to attend with a parent, guardian or responsible adult. Please park in designated parking spots only so that all other areas of the buildings are accessible as needed. For outdoor events, special permission is required to park inside the gates (between football stadium and baseball diamond).
3 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Eugene Frank is celebrating 40 years of service to our district! We truly appreciation is work and dedication.
3 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Eugene
Don't forget you can pay fees using the MCR2 Webstore! https://mc-wildcats.revtrak.net/
3 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
webstore
Online Registration is open until August 2, go to https://sdm.sisk12.com/MG360x3/parent to complete your student(s) enrollment for 2022-2023. Buildings will be open July 28, noon to 8:00 pm, for families to turn in proof of residency, immunization records, or any other documents and to get assistance with online registration if needed.
4 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Registration Checklist
Montgomery County R-II is proud to announce Kate Healy has been named one of three Regional Teachers of the Year. This spring Mrs. Healy was named the Montgomery County R-II Teacher of the year; she will now represent our region of the state in the Missouri Teacher of the Year process. Mrs. Healy has been in education for 13 years, she currently serves as the 6th grade Language Arts teacher at Montgomery County Middle School. Kate has been a Wildcat all her life, she is a proud graduate who has become a dedicated teacher to the students in her community. Kate was nominated for District Teacher of the Year by two colleagues, you can read her nominations below. After her selection as MCMS Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Healy completed an application process and was selected as MCR-II Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Healy had tough competition in the district that included Mrs. Rhonda Vicente, Mrs. Kim Clements, and Mr. Joe Klekamp. “Kate goes above and beyond to make sure that she is reaching all of her students, not just the easy ones. She doesn’t ever seek out the easy out as she works with kids to truly develop understanding within her content area but also to help these kids adjust to their new environment in the middle school of our district. She is always willing to help new staff members with any and all questions, and offer advice on how to handle situations that arise. She is one of the very best teachers I have ever come into contact with during my career in education.” “Kate Healy goes above and beyond to help students and staff to be successful everyday. Kate is the kind of teacher who makes teachers want to be better teachers. She is the kind of teacher who makes students want to be better students. Kate works hard to improve her classroom curriculum and the middle school environment every day. I am one hundred percent positive that the Middle School is a better place for having Mrs. Healy as a teacher. I also think she is making our community a better place by preparing students to be successful members of society by teaching students based on their individual needs. Kate is always working during her free time and spending her own funds to help improve the learning in her classroom and to create a positive learning environment at the middle school. Kate's work ethic is filled with passion and drive to help challenge students to be the best they can be. Kate has been the teacher of the year every year I have known her, and she will continue to be for the rest of her career.” Mrs. Healy submitted additional application materials and was selected as one of three Regional Teachers of the Year from the Heart of Missouri Regional Professional Development Center. Kate will receive a $250 prize and a scholarship to attend Teacher Academy. Mrs. Healy will be recognized at a celebration luncheon in Columbia on July 15. As a Regional Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Healy is eligible to apply for Missouri State Teacher of the Year. The Missouri Teacher of the Year will be announced in September.
5 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Healy
Healy
Check out the MCR-II webstore! This will be a great way to pay fees and make other purchases this school year.
5 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
webstore
2022-2023 Student Registration and Enrollment opens July 1 in the SISK12 Parent Portal! Check your email for details. All buildings will be open July 28 from Noon to 8:00 pm to assist families with online registration and enrollment.
5 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Tips
Checklist
Summer meals at no charge for 18 and under
5 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Summer Meals
Just a reminder that the Montgomery County R-II School District will be in session on Monday May 23, 2022.
6 months ago, Tracy Bottoms
The Class 3 Sectional Track Meet at Montgomery County will be delayed due to weather. Field events will begin at 12 P.M. and running events will begin at 1 P.M.
6 months ago, Tracy Bottoms
Current 2022-2023 Job Openings
7 months ago, Tracy Bottoms
Current 2022-2023 Job Openings
Please join us for the Counselors' Advisory meeting!
8 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss
Counselors Advisory
If you know of a child living in our district who will be 5 years old on or before July 31, 2022, please have them contact Jonesburg Elementary or Montgomery City Elementary to schedule screening and get on our kindergarten list for the 2022-2023 school year.
8 months ago, Jocelyn Schluss