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    Wednesday & Thursday- 9AM to 1PM

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    GET READY FOR SOME #FOOTBALL” Harry Stevens is BACK for the 4th Annual Youth Football Camp sponsored by #DTLR.
    🏈Parents, bring your kids out for some fun, giveaways, autographs & learn from the players that are at the top of their game

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    Football workouts start on June 11th 2018 at MMS from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Mondays and Thursdays.

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    Welcome to UCPS Snapshots, the Union County Public Schools newsletter!
    Each month, we'll send you news about what's going on in our school district -- including everything from school board meetings to exciting news about our students and ways you can get involved with your community's schools. 
    We depend greatly on the support of our local communities and businesses, and look forward to sharing news about our award-winning school district with you.
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  • Live From Surgery at Health Sciences Academy at MMS

    On Wednesday May 23rd, 30 eighth grade students from HSA at Monroe Middle School participated in a virtual field trip called Live from Surgery, hosted by the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey. Scholars took part in a live video conference with Dr. Camacho from Beth Israel Hospital, New Jersey. Dr. Camacho has conducted over 600 heart transplants and shared her expertise on LVAD devices and heart transplants with HSA at MMS scholars. Throughout the program scholars were able to ask Dr. Camacho questions that they had about the heart and surgery itself. We were joined live by three other high schools, HSA@MMS being the only middle school participating. Scholars watched clips from two surgeries. The first was the implementation of an LVAD device, and the second was a heart transplant surgery. In a post survey, all of the scholars that participated said that they learned a lot! One scholar stated that he learned how delicate the heart truly is. Another scholar concluded that becoming a surgeon may not be for her because of the amount of schooling, but she realized that there are other pathways to being involved in surgery and in medical field. Another student said that he liked understanding how the transplant heart is sewn into the body.

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  • EOG Survivor: May the Best Tribe Win

    For those of you old enough to remember the classroom scene in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off where the students are staring in an educational stupor, that is the last thing we want for our scholars during EOG prep lessons. Not only does the repetitive reading of passage after passage and question after question bore everyone, teachers included, but it slowly kills any love for reading our scholars may have. Our goal as the seventh grade team was to make EOG review as exciting as possible and to engage the scholars in reading for fun while using strategies they have learned throughout the year. We have been gamifying the unit by competing as tribes in Survivor: HSA@MMS.

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  • Jon Hidalgo: Featured for Using Coding with Students

    Jon Hidalgo has been teaching technology skills for 11 years at Monroe Middle School in Union County Public School District in Monroe, NC. He shares his experience with Tynker below: Tynker is used in my classroom as an introductory coding tool to help students gain a footing with block coding. It is also used to help high-flying students excel via JavaScript and Python. Tynker has greatly helped students with their confidence when it comes to programming. Students who struggle in other subjects will light up when they experience success on the Tynker coding system. “Tynker helps students feel confident, and gives a success story to share with their fellow classmates.”

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