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Moniteau School District

Home of the Warriors

Welcome to Moniteau School District—home of the Warriors! Together, the schools that comprise our district provide a safe, empowering learning environment for kindergarten through twelfth grade students in Butler County, Pennsylvania. 

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We are happy to provide you with information about our district, our schools, and the excellent programs and services we offer our students. Go, Warriors!

A Message from Our Superintendent

Our mission is to prepare Moniteau students to achieve their fullest potential as they face the challenges of life.

Greetings Warrior Families,

I am sure that everyone is counting the days down until spring. This has already been a long and cold winter. I want to share with everyone a couple of exciting updates. First, I want to announce that starting the 2019–2020 school year, the Moniteau School District will be offering full-day kindergarten. I want to thank our teachers and administrators at Dassa for researching and developing a wonderful and comprehensive plan for our incoming kindergarten students. We will share more information shortly as we begin enrollment this winter and spring. Additionally, I want to share that at the high school, there will be new courses offered in Family and Consumer Science, Art, and Business. Again, thank you to the teachers and administrators for their hard work in developing these new course offerings.

As you are all aware, this has been a horrible winter. As of February 1, we have had to close for seven days. A significant amount of thought and collaboration with our transportation contractor goes into making decisions regarding delays and/or closings. Our goal is to keep our students and staff safe and to communicate to families as soon as possible regarding the decision about delays and/or closings. As of February 1, the last day for students will be June 11. If additional closings are warranted, we will add days to the end of the year. Let’s hope for a mild remainder of the winter. 

Finally, the district has invested a significant amount of time, effort, and money into improving the safety and security of our buildings. It is the goal of the district, while implementing these measures, to keep our students and staff safe while in school. We are doing our best to make these changes with as little impact on the day-to-day operations as possible. We thank you for your patience and understanding as we implement these new procedures. If at any time, there are questions or concerns regarding the safety and security of our buildings, please do not hesitate to contact me directly. 

I would like to thank all of our Warrior families for their support.


Dr. Sean Arney

Dr. Sean Arney , Ed.D.
Moniteau School District