Hispanic parent association to be created in Monticello
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The schools in Monticello are creating a Hispanic Parent Advisory Committee. The group will have an organizational meeting on Tuesday, January 17 at 7 p.m. at the Monticello High School library.

After the initial meeting on January 17, the group will sponsor English language instruction for Spanish speakers.

Approximately ten to 15 percent of the students in the Monticello schools have a Hispanic background.

The new group is for members of the Hispanic and Spanish-speaking communities, including the parents and family of students in the Monticello schools. Students in Monticello attend Monticello Elementary School and Monticello High School.
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