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  • BASKETBALL TEAM AND CHEERLEADER PHOTOS

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    Lifetouch Photographers will be at MMS on Monday January 29th at 9:00 for Basketball team and Basketball cheerleader photos.  Athletes and cheerleaders may click the image BELOW to order photo packages online. 

    Click Here to Order Photos

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  • IMPORTANT TESTING THIS WEEK

    Next Week we have important testing taking place at school and attendance is critical. Tuesday is the PSAT for 8th graders. Wednesday is the NC Final Exam for 7th students who have been taking science or social studies. Thursday is the NC Final Exam for 6th graders who have been taking science or social studies.

     
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    SIXTH GRADE HSA PARENT NIGHT 

    Monday, January 22nd is the 6th Grade HSA Parent Night. 6th Grade Parents are encouraged to come get the HSA experience! The event starts at 6 PM in the Media Center. A neuroscience learning opportunity will even be available to students who are elementary aged students!

     

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  • PARENT COUNCIL MEETING RESCHEDULED

    The Parent Council meeting scheduled for today will be rescheduled due to cancellation of school. Our Next meeting will be January 31st at 6:00 PM. Information about this meeting and other Parent Council opportunities will come home with your child on Tuesday.

     
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    NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ON FRIDAY JANUARY 26TH

    There will be no school for students on Friday January 26th and February 7th is an early release day.

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  • Sixth Grade HSA Family Night

    On Monday, January 22nd, sixth grade students' families, HSA staff members, Heart for Monroe volunteers, as well as members of the Carolinas HealthCare family joined together in celebrating the Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle School. Mike Lutes, President and CEO of Carolinas HealthCare system spoke on how he met with Dr. Houlihan last year and began discussing the idea of a Health Sciences Academy for Monroe Middle School. Houlihan had a vision and idea for this partnership and was determined to see this vision become a reality. Mr. Lutes along with the Carolina Healthcare staff are committed, inveested and fully believe that MMS students deserve the opportunity to explore the medical field and realize the endless potential careers that are available and accessible to them.

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  • One Million Men in the Making at HSA@MMS

    One Million Men in the Making, Heart for Monroe, and the Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle School honored their newest members on Tuesday evening, January 16, 2018. Twenty six young men have been invited (and sponsored by Heart for Monroe) to participate in a program that leads young men (with mentors) through a curriculum that brings them into “manhood.” Founder of One Million Men in the Making, and author of “Manual to Manhood,” Jonathan Catherman was present at our ceremony and provided some encouraging and challenging advice to our students. Community members, school board members, central office staff, members of the press, and most importantly families, were all in attendance to support these young boys.

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  • Congratulations to Sidney Mouzon

    One of our very own seventh grade scholars, Sidney Mouzon, has won the district and the county award for the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars annual Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest. This is quite an achievement for Sidney. She worked diligently on this essay for several weeks and was overcome with excitement when she found out that she won. The next step for Sidney will be the state competition. See information below for details on the VFW Patriot’s Pen contest. Patriot's Pen Each year more than 132,000 students in grades 6-8 enter the VFW’s Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest. The national first-place winner wins $5,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. The first-place winner from each state competes for national awards totaling $54,500, with each first-place state winner receiving a minimum of $500 at the national level. The essay contest encourages young minds to examine America’s history, along with their own experiences in modern American society, by drafting a 300- to 400-word essay, expressing their views based on a patriotic theme chosen by the VFW Commander-in-Chief. The 2017-18 theme was: America's Gift to My Generation HSA@MMS students and staff are very proud of Sidney. Great Job!

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