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  • VOLLEYBALL GAME ON MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY
    Come join us in the Monroe Middle School gym on Monday and Wednesday as our girls take on Marvin Ridge and East Union. Go Redhawks!

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  • FOOTBALL GAME SATURDAY: MONROE VERSUS MARVIN RIDGE
    Our boys Football Teams will play again on Saturday October 1st as they take on Marvin Ridge at Marvin Ridge High School.
    Go Redhawks!

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  • REMINDER PHOTO VIDEO RELEASE FORMS
    All students are reminded to turn in the video/photo release forms that you should have already received. These forms must be signed in order for the school to be able to publish photos of you on the web site or facebook page. If you do not have a form see Mrs. Bost in the media center.

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  • PLEASE SUBMIT FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH FORMS
    If you have not submitted new Free and Reduced Lunch Forms for this school year please do so immediately. The cafeteria will no longer allow students to charge lunch based on Free and Reduced Lunch Applications from last school year. Free and Reduced Lunch applications can be picked up in the front office.

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  • EARLY RELEASE DAY OCTOBER 3RD
    Monday, October 3 is an early release day for Monroe Middle School. Students will be released from school at 12:45.

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Featured Stories

  • School Bond Referendum

    On November 8, Union County residents will vote on $54 million in school bonds. If approved, the bond money will be used to make improvements to Monroe High School. In addition, funds for the bond will be used to build a new transportation facility, which impacts all students. Please visit our website/or the UCPS website to learn more about the 2016 bond referendum. http://www.ucpsbond2016.com/

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  • MMS Staff Members Are All-In: Congratulations Staff Award Recipients

    Congratulations to Ms. Lord and Ms. Wojtecki for winning the Redhawk staff award at our Faculty meeting on Wednesday, September 21st. Ms. Wojtecki and Ms. Lord worked very hard designing and organizing our new leveled book room for our ELA teachers. The room contains hundreds of sets of leveled books for Language Arts teachers to use in the classroom for book clubs which are one element of the Reader's Workshop Instructional Delivery Model. Thank you to these ladies for providing access to high quality, leveled book sets for our students! Also congratulations to our morning and evening custodial staff for working hard all summer long and throughout the year to keep our building immaculate and clean all the time for our teachers, students and visitors. We are very proud of these staff members and are fortunate to have them as part of our staff. Great job Ladies! At each Faculty meeting, Mr. Wray will recognize a new group of staff members for an outstanding achievement.

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  • All Scientists Don't Wear Lab Coats: Cool Science with Cool Scientists at MMS

    At the beginning of the 2016 school year Mr. Wray challenged teachers to spend the first two weeks of school really getting to know students and motivate them for the new school year. In Johanna Markiewitz’s 8th grade science meeting, teachers planned a mix of “get to know you” activities as well as science “buy-in” activities. Ms. Markiewitz decided to finish off the two weeks by giving students an authentic experience which would not only allow them to feel a real connection to science, but would also show them that science is not as “nerdy” as it can sometimes be perceived. Markiewitz wanted students to realize that despite the mental picture that came to their minds when hearing the word scientist, that not all scientists wear lab coats and glasses. Through the Skype sessions, students would be able to hear from real scientists who work out in the field doing what they love and would soon discover that scientists are actually normal people just like them.

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