Our School

Moniteau Junior and Senior High School, located in picturesque Butler County, Pennsylvania, is situated near the western edge of Glade Dam Lake. Small in number, we are a tight-knit community united in support of our mighty Warriors. At Moniteau, we know every student. Our students matter to us, and it shows in everything we do. 

Attendance Office

Missing school today? Please have a parent or guardian contact our attendance secretary to let us know your name, grade, and reason for the absence. To ensure our students are safe, if we do not hear from a parent or guardian, we will contact families directly.

Attendance secretary:
Mrs. Shelly Waid
(724) 637.2091, ext. 1001

Students who plan to miss school to participate in an educational tour or trip that is not school sponsored must complete the Request for Excusal from School Attendance form.

School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program

The SWPBS program emphasizes a school-wide support system that includes proactive strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting appropriate student behaviors and creating a positive school environment.

With the support of all stakeholders—students, staff, and parents—we can start a chain reaction of kindness and compassion that will affect permanent and positive change.

Parental Involvement Policy

We believe that an effective and positive relationship between home and school builds strong students. We encourage every parent's active participation in their children’s education. We utilize the following methods to facilitate communication: website, report cards, progress reports, open houses, orientations, parent conferences, parent/teacher organizations, parent workshops, board meetings, email, newsletters, edline, school calendar, student/parent handbook, etc. 

Parents may also show support by attending school functions, attending building and district level meetings, performing volunteer work for schools, participating in school-based organizations, etc. 

Committees that encourage parent participation include but are not limited to the following: strategic planning, special education, curriculum, professional development, technology, local task forces, booster organizations, etc. We also recommend that parents communicate with their children’s teachers and proceed as needed. We base every decision upon the success of the student.