"The Butler Did It" dates for performers and their families
    will be:
    December 15th 6:00 PM
    December 16th 6:30 PM
    December 17th 1:00 PM

    Tickets are $3.00 for students and $5 for adults (ages 18 and up)
    Dinner is an additional $2.00. Spaghetti dinner will be provided by The Heart of Monroe

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    Congratulations to Donovan Foster and Victoria Marban Rodriguez for being selected for the Superintendent Art Showcase. The artwork will be professionally matted and framed and on display in Central Services for the 2016-2017 school year. This is a great accomplishment and honor for the students.

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    We are in desperate need for gifts for 0-2 year olds, 10 to 12 year olds, and teens. As of 12/1 we have very few gifts for children in these age groups. Please consider helping us fill these needs. Sports balls are great items for these children as well as art supplies and sketchbooks. Use your imagination to help make a child's Christmas brighter. You can drop off gifts at this year's Christmas Bureau Monday through Friday 8 - 5, Saturday 8 until 1. We are also open to accept donations on Tuesday and Thursday evenings until 9 pm. We would appreciate any contributions you can offer to help pass on the spirit of giving!

    We are especially in need of items for infants, toddlers and teens. Diapers, wipes, art supplies, earbuds, toiletries, makeup, and soccer/football/basketball/baseball balls, etc. to give you some ideas! Donations can be made at 2509 W. Roosevelt Blvd., Monroe (former Queen City TV & Appliance location) or at any Toys for Tots barrel located throughout Union County. Thank you so much for all that you do!!

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    Rehearsals for the play will be held each school day in the lecture room until 5:30.  If you have questions please see Ms. Wholey.

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    Please return any clothing borrowed from the uniform closet to the guidance office as soon as possible.  Thank you. 

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  • Book Fair Family Night and The Monroe Library

    Thank you to all who came out to Book Fair Family Night and thank you to all the students who helped. We had a great time with Book Fair Bingo, Storytelling, snacks, prizes, and many found some great reads! We also invited the Union County public library to come out and promote their services. The Monroe branch offers crafts, Family movies like "A Muppet Christmas Carol", reading with therapy dogs, homework help and of course, great reads for the whole family. The Monroe Middle School media center supports the public library system and all that they do to provide services to our students and to their families. To keep up with all of the events and services at the Monroe Branch please visit

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