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Athletic Director
Welcome to the Monett High School Activities page.
Monett Academics and Athletics have always been, and continue to be, a source of pride in this school and community.  Our Students, Athletes, Teachers, and Coaches are expected to give their best effort to excel in the classroom and on the playing fields.  With the support of parents and community members, those expectations can be met with enthusiasm and passion, and our Students, Athletes, Teachers, and Coaches in the 2016-17 school year can carry on the proud tradition of excellence in Monett R-1 Schools.
 

Let's have a great year!
 
 
Daryl Bradley

dbradley@monettschools.org
417-354-2176

 
Announcements
Cub Pride Article (January 20, 2017) by Mr. Daryl Bradley, Athletic Director
Big 8 Conference Expands to 14 Teams
The Big 8 Conference superintendents, principals, and athletic directors met and approved expansion options that would provide for more conference opportunities in academic and athletic events for member school districts. The following schools accepted an invitation into the Big 8 Conference: Nevada, Marshfield, Springfield Catholic, Logan-Rogersville, Hollister, and Reeds Spring.

The expanded Big 8 Conference will provide for two divisions that will represent the best interests of all member school demographics and locations while also honoring traditional rivalries and athletic scheduling options. By expanding to the 14-member conference, all schools immediately benefit as eight additional sports will be considered and eligible for conference recognition and awards.

The Big 8 Conference will be shaped into an East and West conference division. The West Division includes McDonald County, Monett, Nevada, Cassville, East Newton, Seneca, and Lamar; the East Division includes Marshfield, Logan-Rogersville, Aurora, Reeds Spring, Springfield Catholic, Hollister, and Mt. Vernon. Each school will play every school within their division to determine the conference champion with the option to schedule opponents in the other division to help preserve traditional rivalries. This conference division meets the scheduling needs of the football programs while preserving traditional rivalries and bringing in new match-ups. The addition of six new schools provides the opportunity for potentially eight current sports or events to be considered “conference” and provides students with additional recognition for conference awards even within divisions.

The Big 8 Conference expansion and realignment process will begin immediately, but the official conference affiliation and division schedules won’t take effect until the 2018-2019 school year until the current athletic scheduling cycle is complete.
Monett Athletic Events December 19-20
Monett Athletic Events December 19-20
Monday, December 19
6:00pm JV/V Girls Basketball at Marshfield
Tuesday, December 20
6:00pm JV/V Wrestling vs. Branson (Monett High School)

Happy Holidays!
Monett Athletic Events Aug. 16-20
Monett Athletic Events Aug. 16-20
Tuesday, Aug. 16
5:00pm - Sotball Jamboree (Monett North Park)
5:30pm - Soccer Jamboree @ Joplin
6:00pm - Volleyball Jamboree @ Diamond

Wednesday, Aug 17
3:20pm - Fall Sports Pictures after school

Friday, Aug. 19
4:30pm Varsity Girls Tennis @ Aurora
4:30pm V/JV Softball @ Republic

Saturday, Aug 20
10:00am JV/V Soccer @ Carthage
7:30pm Varsity Football vs. California
Important Dates 2016-17
9/30/16 2016 Football Homecoming vs. McDonald County
1/13/2017 2017 Rose vs. Aurora
MHS Academic Standards
A student must be enrolled and attending Monett High School before he/she becomes eligible to participate in extracurricular activities. Any student who participates in activities must have passed seven (6) solid units the preceding semester and must be doing satisfactory work in the courses in which they are presently enrolled and must be making progress toward graduation. Participants' grades will be checked at each reporting period (three week updates, mid-semester, and semester). A participant with a failing grade in any class at a reporting period will be placed on probation. If at the next reporting period the participant has an "F" in any class, he/she will be ineligible to compete and/or perform for two weeks following the release of grades. Participant must provide verification of passing grades in all classes to regain eligibility.

Please refer to the "Activity Handbook" link for more information
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Season Pass
Individual pass (1 adult & 2 kids)
1 season $50, Full year $75
Family Pass (2 adults & 4 kids)
1 season $75, Full year $125

Passes are available in the High School Office.
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