This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.Read more “This grant is going to enable us to create a safety net for our most vulnerable students and their families and provide enrichment opportunities for all,” Executive Director of After-School Programs Dana Taylor said. Cooke Elementary's Social Emotional Wellness Program's newsletter, which was sent home to all families, is also on the web.“We’ve designed a holistic plan that we believe will not only help our students grow academically, it will enable them to develop new interests and explore opportunities that they may not even have known existed.” Read more Teacher Makayla Jahn's brother, Seaman Apprentice Shane Wood, stops by for some holiday wishes and gives a lesson about the branches of the military. Please click here for the latest news on happenings with our Cooke SEW program.
Our Positive, Behavior, Interventions and Supports (PBIS) team put together a refresher assembly so the student can be reminded what will help them be successful in school.Read more Moms were treated to a special tea party by their grateful children The district is encouraging students and staff to be present in the classroom every day.MCSD’s Project Excel Universal Pre-Kindergarten program still has spots available, beginning in September 2018. For more information, or to register call 8 x78905 Ms.Read more Cooke fifth graders got a close-up look at invasive species thanks to a Monticello alumnus. Crawford Library will host several programs for children and teens in early December.Read more Dress as your favorite holiday character if you wish but be sure to wear your sneakers.The annual races raise money for scholarships and the homeless.Read more They wrote letters, mailed them and got a tour of a mail truck.Parents do not have to take any action to participate, however, the district asks all parents, regardless of income, to return the confidential income proxy form that will be sent home with students on the first day of school. Crawford Library will host programs for children and teens of all ages during the fall.Read more The district will continue to supplement the cost of the program while it works toward creating its own before and after school childcare program with a much lower cost for the 2018-19 school year.Cooke Elementary School Principal Rosemarie Romano received the 2018 Sullivan County School Boards Association’s Friends of Education Award and the Outstanding Educator Award, respectively.Read more "Check out" what's going on in early June at the E. Crawford Library and at the Mamakating Library New York State Education Department has changed screenings and health examination and immunization requirements for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.