Stop by FAMFEST on May 4, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Monroe Middle School. This community fair will connect resources that promote health, well-being, and learning for all students! The event is free and provides STEM activities, demonstrations, prizes and more! We look forward to seeing you.
Drop off Books in the lobby at Wingate Elementary.
Please makes sure they are in "decent" readable condition.
No torn pages, no torn covers, no writing inside.
Books for all ages are accepted.
Energy Kits: 2 Good 2B True
LED bulbs use up to 90% less energy than incandescent lightbulbs and last at least 15 times longer. The 9-watt LED bulbs provided in the kit have a lifespan of 25,000 hours.
- Energy-efficient showerheads are a terrific tool to conserve water in your home. A standard showerhead uses about 3.8 gallons of water per minute. The kit's water-saving showerhead uses 1.5 gallons per minute, without sacrificing any water pressure.
- Faucet aerators make a huge difference toward conserving water in your home. Most modern faucets pour out about 2.2 gallons per minute (GPM), and older faucets use even more. The kit's aerators help your faucets use less water – the kitchen aerator uses 1.5 GPM, and the bathroom aerator, only 1 GPM.
Your families and staff can request their FREE Energy Kit and credit your school by going online to MyEnergyKit.org or by calling our hotline at 1-855-386-9548.
K/1 Nightly Home Reading began January 28, 2019.
Your child will bring home an envelope every night and should return it every day. Home reading envelopes will come home Monday – Thursday night, but not on the weekend.
The contents of the envelope include:
A grade level book for your child to read. (may need some help)
A “Parent Read-Aloud” book for you to read to your child.
Examples of questions to ask your child when they/or you are done reading the books.
Thank you for taking the time to read to your child every night. The more often they read and are read to, the sooner they will move up the levels, the more fluent they will become, and they will have a higher level of comprehension. Don’t forget to sign the reading log each night so we know that your child has completed their Home Reading.
Please send in all transportation changes written in your child's agenda.
We occasionally have email issues and don't receive your requests.
Please drop your child off the in AM Car Rider line from 7:00-7:30 AM.
After 7:30, park out front and walk your child in to sign them in as tardy.
No car drop-offs in front of the school before 7:30.
2019 UCPS Parent Survey
UCPS has extended the deadline for the Parent Survey. The survey will remain open until April 26. We encourage you to participate and share your feedback through an anonymous format that will be used to improve our teaching and learning practices and the overall UCPS experience for families. No personally identifiable information pertaining to you or your student will be collected. For your convenience, the survey can be taken through a mobile device and it is compatible with all operating systems. We appreciate your time and cooperation.