DRESS DOWN DAY MONDAY MARCH 19TH
As a reward for students their hard work in the past several weeks, (Multicultural Festival, Variety Show, Battle of the Books, Soccer Team, Career Day, etc.) we will have a DRESS DOWN DAY ON MONDAY, MARCH 19TH. The same rules will apply that are in place for all dress down days (appropriate school attire, no rips/holes in jeans, etc.)
Wednesday March 21st
Porter Ridge High
Boys at 6:00
Girls at 7:45
CLUB TALON AT HSA@MMS
Club Talon meets Mondays-Thursdays in the media center. Students in Club Talon who miss no more than two days and receive no referrals will get to go to an all expenses paid Carowinds trip at the end of the school year. We will also do weekly drawings for gift cards and prizes for students with perfect weekly attendance. Spots for 8th Grade Science enrichment opening soon.
ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK
Attention parents and students! Reserve and order your yearbook while supplies last. Visit http://www.jostensyearbooks.com to reserve your copy today or see Mrs. Bost in the media center. Yearbooks will be distributed at the endof the school year! Contact Mrs. Michele Bost with any questions.
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS CLUB REWARD
Though our team did not win, they worked very hard and deserve a huge shout out. They competed well and Mrs. Bost is very proud of them. Mrs. Bost will be rewarding team members with their own copies of the book A Wrinkle in Time and a field trip to see the movie. Permission forms due Monday, March 19th.
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PBIS Store Sixth Grade Day
4:10 PM - 5:30 PM Site Base Meeting
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PBIS Store Seventh Grade
3:20 PM - 8:00 PM Battle Books Club Field Trip
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PBIS Store Eighth Grade
4:10 PM - 5:30 PM Site Base Team Meeting
HSA@MMS held its annual Career Day on Wednesday, March 7th, 2018. Over sixty professionals were greeted in the media center by our staff before being led to their presentation areas by our beta club students. Our redhawk scholars were asked to dress in "professional attire" as though they would be attending an interview and they certainly rose to the occasion. Professionals in attendance included: professional football players, beauticians, therapists, FBI agents, police officers, SWAT team, engineers, flight attendants, ROTC, and more!
On March 13, more than a dozen Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle students proudly wore lab coats as they patiently stood next to brightly colored trifold poster boards in the school’s gymnasium. It was the middle school’s science fair, and for an hour, the students expertly fielded questions about their projects from a panel of judges that included City of Monroe Mayor Bobby Kilgore, Union County Board of Commissioners Vice Chairman Richard Helms, Atrium Health Union President Mike Lutes and more.
On Friday February 16th, the Parent Council of HSA@MMS put on an unforgettable Multicultural Celebration featuring the East Elementary Step Team, A Hispanic Dance Troupe, and The Monroe High School Marching Band aka "The Red Storm." The gymnasium was packed with an audience ready to see the big show. All performers were unbelievably impressive and truly talented. It was obvious that they had practiced and were well prepared for the big event. The Hispanic Dancers wore traditional costumes and even invited members of the audience to join in on the dance with their last performance of the evening. Most of the band members were former students of MMS and the East Union Eagles are our future talented Redhawks.