BATTLE OF THE BADGES
HELPING SAVE LIVES ON AND OFF THE JOB
Battle of the Badges Blood Drive
at Monroe Middle School Gymnasium
Wednesday, June 8th
1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
MEDIA CENTER LAST DAY FOR CHECK OUTS
Students and teachers should mark the dates below. The last day for students to check out books will be May 23rd 2016 and all students materials will be due by May 27th 2016. All teacher materials must be turned in by June 10th.
Last Day Student Checkout--May 23, 2016
All Student Materials Due--May 27, 2016
All Teacher Materials Due--June 10, 2016
PROCTORS NEEDED FOR END OF GRADE TESTING
With EOG testing coming up quickly, we would like to encourage all students to speak with their parents, guardians, friends, and other adults they know to consider proctoring for our testing sessions.
Adults who are interested can simply contact the Main Office at (704) 296-3120.
LOCAL PROMOTION STANDARDS
We only have two six weeks left in the school year and it is very important that students work hard to keep their grades up and work hard to improve their grades if they are failing. In order to meet local promotion standards a student must pass math, language arts, and two of the following three subjects: science, social studies, and physical education.
8th graders not meeting local promotion standards will not be allowed to participate in the 8th grade promotion ceremony.
CHROMEBOOK PICK UPS
This is a reminder that we have started placing on the daily screen rotation the names of students who have laptops ready in the Tech Room.
If you have a laptop being repaired, please check this list daily to see if your computer is ready for pick up.
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Spanish I Final Exam for Online Students
9:00 AM Math I and Math 2 Testing
9:00 AM EOG Reading Test
9:00 AM EOG Math Test
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM AP World History Exam for Online Students
9:00 AM English I Test
9:00 AM EOG Make Up Testing
As our eighth grade students lined the hallways, Monroe High School Seniors marched down the halls of Monroe Middle in their caps and gowns as a way to inspire students. Eighth grade students and teachers cheered and clapped as the seniors passed by, as the traditional graduation march played throughout the school.