Monett R-I School District is an above average, public school district located in Monett, MO. It has 2,372 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
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Monett R-I School District Reviews
My experience at Monett High School was nothing but exceptional. Some of my greatest memories were made there and I enjoyed pretty much every second of it. The Monett community is so close (everyone knows everyone), and they would all do anything to help. I met some of my best friends in Monett who I know will stay close for the rest of my life. There was a wide variety of sports to play, which was a big deal for me. The coaches and teachers were great. They loved to help their players and students. They were very much respected by the majority of the students and they respected the students just as much. I wouldn't change my high school experience for anything.
Although fairly strict on dress, phone, and timeline policies, Monett High School presented me with enriching experience, hundreds of opportunities, and educators who truly care for their job and students. But the experience will only open to you if you allow yourself to experience it. Have an open mind and join great clubs such as FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), Key Club, and FFA (Future Farmer's of America) to experience opportunities and learn about careers for your future. The GO CAPS program allows students to work with real businesses in the area to test a field that they believe they would enjoy. Students demonstrate kindness in the hallways and classrooms, and treat others with respect. Overall, the things I learned at Monett High School have well above prepared me for the world ahead.
At Monett R-1 High School we participate in mod scheduling. While this causes some issues for children it also helps provide them resource times, where students are able to work on homework and receive one on one time with teachers to help with work. With that said, there are only so many teachers in the resource room at one time so with multiple students it sometimes can be hard for the teacher to get to each student. Another issue that occurs is scheduling conflicts between the teacher for a particular class and the corresponding student looking for aid.