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  • Summer is a fun and exciting time for everyone to enjoy the outdoors, time with family activities, sporting events, and simply relax. It is also a perfect opportunity to encourage students to read. And reading for the sake of reading will allow your child to explore summer from home, at the beach, in the mountains, at camp, or any other summer destination you may have planned! Over the summer, many students experience the “summer slide” which is a term used to describe what happens when young minds sit idle over the summer months. Children who do not read over the summer will lose more than two months of reading achievement. Unfortunately, summer reading loss is cumulative. BHESA's students have finished 38,869 books and read 8,395 hours in myOn alone since January! That is awesome. myOn's resource is there for you over the summer. We do not want any summer sliding!

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  • Benton Heights Elementary's media center will be open for checkout this summer from 3:00 - 5:00 PM on the following Mondays: June 12th, June 19th, and June 26th. Due to street closings, please park in the gravel lot at the corner of Phifer and Cherry St.  You will enter the gate off of Phifer Street. We will also be providing a bookmobile in Belk Tonawanda Park's parking lot from 9:30 - 11:00 AM on the following Thursdays: June 8th, June 15th, and June 22nd. If there is a chance of rain, please refer to Benton Heights Elementary's website and Facebook page because we will not be able to provide the bookmobile if there is inclement weather.

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  • Summer Office Hours (June 12th-July 7th):  Mondays and Tuesdays--7:00 AM-5:00 PM; Wednesdays and Thursdays--7:00 AM-11:30 AM; Fridays--closed. Exceptions: Week of July 4th--Closed July 3rd and 4th and open July 5th-7th from 7:00 AM--5:00 PM. 

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  • The City of Monroe Water Resources Construction Division is planning to replace approximately 2,100 linear feet of existing 6-inch cast iron water main on Concord Avenue between Walnut Street and Engleside Street.  Construction activities are scheduled to start on June 5, 2017 and conclude on July 21, 2017.  The purpose of this project is to address recurrent water main breaks and maintenance issues and improve reliability and dependability of water service for the years to come. A closure of Concord Avenue will be in place for the duration of the project.  However, access to the school will be afforded to all faculty, parents, and school buses at the south (Walnut Street) and north (Engleside Street) ends of the project.  All side streets intersecting with Concord Avenue will also be closed at Concord Avenue.   Full use of these side streets will be maintained, but there will be no access to these side streets from Concord Avenue. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.   If you have any questions or concerns, please call the City of Monroe Water Resources Department at 704-282-4601.

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