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Our Mission

The Montrose and Olathe School District will ensure that all students have a safe and academically rigorous environment in which to learn.  All students entering into our high schools will graduate with life skills and knowledge required to enter into the workforce, begin a career, attend college or other post-secondary education opportunities of their choice, without remediation.

IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION:  There are no notifications at this time.

Please remember to register your returning student ASAP. Thank you. For questions, call 970.249.7726.


Registration for New and Returning Students
for the 2016-2017 school year
is available on-line NOW!


Click HERE for links to New Student Registration and Returning Student Registration.

Deadline for Returning Students is July 31st.


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LATEST district NEWS

Supply Lists
Posted on 07/14/2016
2016-17 School Supply Lists. 
Posted on 04/19/2016
The seat of Board Director of District A has become vacated. Letters of Interest, resumes and answers to the following questions will be accepted until 4:00 pm on Friday, April 29, 2016.   READ MORE...
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Posted on 04/12/2016
Information about the new MCSD process for entering school early.  READ MORE...
Posted on 04/11/2016
New Graduation requirements update 


Teachers of the Year 2016!

2016 Teacher of the Year

  • Elementary – Donna Brummitt, Northside Elementary School First Grade Teacher.  "Donna provides structure and balances this with an atmosphere that promotes her belief that learning is fun.  She is always finding ways to encourage each student to reach their highest potential."
  • Middle – Jeff Blacker, Centennial Middle School Sixth Grade Teacher/Reading.  "Mr. Blacker is funny and he understands everything really well.  He teaches in an interesting way and also gets the message across.  He is very good with kids and makes learning really fun."
  • High – Brian Simpson, Montrose High School Engineering, Woods & Project Lead the Way Teacher.  "Brian guides and communicates effectively with his students through humor and storytelling.  He motivates them with subtle but persuasive comments.  He sets a high standard and engaged students strive to reach it."

HS TOY 2016

Thank you to the Montrose Education Foundation and Alpine Bank.


Sprigeo was created so that people would feel safer at school. When a person really needs help or there is a safety threat at school we hope you will step up and send in a report. Sending in a false report makes it harder for your school to help the people who really need it. You can also download the app from the App Store or the Android Marketplace.

After you fill out the form below and click the go button at the bottom, Sprigeo sends an email to a school administrator with all of the details from your report.

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