Featured Stories

  • Atrium Health @ Health Science Academy Video

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • HSA Updated 2018-2019 Uniform Dress Code

    ***IMPORTANT - CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE***

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • School Supply List 2018-2019

    The School Supply List for 2018-2019 is now available Please click "more" to view the list.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 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.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 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.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 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.”

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • HSA@MMS Learn About Hyperloop: Cutting Edge Transportation Technology

    Robert Miller, Chief Executive Officer of Marketing and Communications for Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (Hyperloop TT), visited The Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle to speak with the eighth grade class on Monday, April 23rd. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from Pitt, Masters in International Relations from the International University of Japan, and his Marketing certificate from Georgetown. He was invited to HSA @ MMS by his sister-in-law, Ramie Miller, an Eighth Grade ELA/AIG teacher at our school. Hyperloop TT is an innovative transportation system that will run trains at 760 miles per hour, roughly the speed of sound, in a vacuum tube powered by renewable energy and magnets.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Career Day Success

    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!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Monroe Middle sixth graders share their love of science at inaugural HSA science fair

    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.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Multicultural Celebration Rocked the House

    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.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Former HSA Scholar Gives Words of Motivation

    On Friday, February 2nd, former HSA scholar Ariel Peña spoke about success to the 6th and 7th grade scholars currently studying Computer Science. His message was one of inspiration and encouragement, challenging scholars by asking “What will inspire you to become successful in life?” Scholars were given the opportunity to explore potential job opportunities exist in the realm of computer science and the work needed to reach those goals. Ariel told scholars about his past experiences and how Computer Science inspired him into the student and young man he is today.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Kelli Sailors VFW Teacher of the Year

    Kelli Sailors, 8th Grade ELA Teacher at Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle School was recently honored by the Veteran's of Foreign Wars (VFW) organization as their Teacher of the Year. Kelli not only won this award for the local chapter but also won the award for the state. Kelli was nominated by Mike Aytes, also a veteran and member of VFW, as well as a hall monitor at Health Sciences Academy at MMS. Kelli is the proud daughter of a veteran and speaks of her father below.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 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.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 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.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 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!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Sixth Grade Book Cafes

    The sixth grade book cafes were a complete success with our ELA classes. Each classroom served as a cozy reading cafe with soft music and animated fireplaces on the teacher smartboards. Students sampled delectable titles and completed tasting notes on their book cafe menus so they could select a “just right” book to check out. Students were allowed to munch on goldfish crackers and cookies while they explored the books. Some students were so excited about the books, they forgot to eat their snacks! Snacks, juice boxes, and table cloths were provided by Heart for Monroe. Some students found more than one just right book and cannot wait to get started reading them. We plan to make these book cafes an annual event at HSA@MMS. #HappyReading

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Congrats to our New HSA@MMS Beta Club Members

    You’ve missed a night to remember! On Monday, December 4, 2017 at 6:00PM the National Beta Club welcomed 14 new members of our 8th graders at the Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle School. These students have qualified by having a 92% average in their grades before entering 8th grade, as well as maintaining this average grades throughout 8th grade. All students took a pledge to uphold their integrity, character and academics to the highest standard. Before their parents, friends and school staff, students dressed in their best, and announced their faithfulness to all the ideals and objectives of the National Beta Club. CONGRATULATIONS to the following students, Rashel Acosta, Seth Averill, Balazs Basternak, Celeste Capote-Angelina, Jismely Castaneda, Ivan Ceballos, Jalah Crowder, Liana Fawcett, Martha Lopez-Perez, Jessica Oloarte Daniel, Gabriela Quintana, Makiah Shipman, Jalen Smith, Angel Valenzuela-Ponce! We are so very proud of you

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Come On Down To Our Scholastic Book Fair

    It's Scholastic Book Fair time and we are so excited! Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings to school the books kids want to read. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair this week. Book Fair dates: December 4th through December 12th Shopping hours: 9:00-4:00 Monday-Friday Special activities: Family Night: Thursday December 7th 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Making Lasting Memories: Yearbook Staff Needs Digital Cameras

    Have you ever tried to create a full-color, 48 page publication that will be sold to and seen by the entire school--without suitable digital cameras? Our yearbook staff members deserve quality equipment so that they can produce memorable photos for our school. This is the challenge our middle school yearbook staff faces year after year

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Random Acts of Kindness: Ms. Caracci's Art Students Design Kindness Rocks

    "One message at just the right moment can change someone's entire life." The Kindness Rock Project goal is is to inspire others through randomly placed rocks in the community. The visual arts students at HSA@MMS have created others and are joining the movement to inspire others through random acts of kindness.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Celebrating the Health Sciences Academy at MMS

    On Tuesday, October 17th, school board members, district personnel, parents, members of the community, students, 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 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.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • UCPS Educator Public Library Card Drive

    All UCPS employees are eligible for a free library card through our partnership with the public library, regardless of the county you reside in. In addition to resources from our media center, you can now have access to all of the digital and print resources, as well as some of the amazing services that the Public Library provides to educators. The Educator Card drive is only the beginning of the kickoff to this important partnership between UCPS and the Union County Public Library System. Soon we will have a library card drive for students as well. The school with the most staff members who renew or sign up for library cards will receive a set of 2017 Battle Books!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Picture Books Are Not Just for Elementary Students: UCPS Interactive Read Aloud PD Session

    On Wednesday, September 28th the Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle School hosted the Interactive Read Aloud training, with over thirty teachers represented, as well as Union County Public School Librarians and Union County Public Library partners. Teachers from across the district had the opportunity to truly experience the power of using Interactive Read-Alouds with Sherry Kinzel of Ohio State University.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Dr. Andrew Whitworth, "Expert Camera Trapper" Speaks to Eighth Grade Students

    On Monday, September 25th eighth grade students were able to hear about experiences from a special guest speaker, Scientist Dr. Andrew Whitworth, who one of our own staff members, Ms. Johanna Markiewitz worked with in the rainforests of Peru. Dr. Whitworth happened to be in North Carolina and readily agreed to take time to present and share his knowledge and experiences with our 8th grade students. He is from England but has worked in Ecuador, in Peru, and is now based in Costa Rica. In short, he has used camera traps to conduct research about how animals interact with their environment. Our own Ms. Markietwitz has even assisted in setting some of these traps!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Shout Out to Mrs. Teff: Building Classroom Libraries

    Monroe Middle School would like to recognize Mrs. Heather Teff, 6th Grade Language Arts teacher for winning $500 and 500 bonus points to spend on her classroom library in the Scholastic Book Clubs and James Patterson's $1.75 million dollar Giveaway to Support Classroom Libraries. Mrs. Teff's application was chosen from more than 82,000 entries in the 2017 Scholastic Book Clubs and James Patterson's Partnership Giveaway. From Mrs. Teff's letter: "Scholastic Book Clubs and James Patterson saulute our commitment to building a great classroom library and ensuring that every student in your class finds great books that they will love to read."

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Welcome to the "Just Right Cafe": Satisfy Your Reading Tastebuds

    Walking down the halls of the seventh grade in every language arts class on Thursday August 31st, scholars entered their classrooms which had become “Just Right Cafes”, complete with soft jazz music, reading menus, writing utensils, and an assortment of delicious novels on each table that scholars would be allowed to sample during the class time.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Latino Outreach Program Recognizes Parents

    Seventeen parents were recognized on Wednesday August 30th as they completed the final session in a series of Active Parenting of Teens classes presented by the UCPS Latino Outreach Program.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Back to School: Middle school transition camps set students up for success (shared from UCPS web site)

    This week, as many as 150 rising sixth-graders got a head start on the new school year by attending middle school transition camps at Monroe and East Union middle schools.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • MMS Health Sciences Academy 2017

    Monroe Middle School is so excited to announce our new Health/Sciences Academy. This academy will in partnership will in partnership with Carolina Health Care offer our students challenging career opportunities in the health and medical field.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Science Night at Monroe Middle School

    On Friday, March 17th, at Monroe Middle School, The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) UNC Charlotte Chapter presented a Science Night for all students and parents. Students of all ages and parents enjoyed dinner provided by the society and well as activities related to science, math, and engineering.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Make A Donation Today and Help Fight Cancer

    Please join me in supporting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) by making a donation to my fundraising campaign for Man or Woman of the Year. I am part of team working to raise as much as possible in a 10-week period. Every dollar I raise counts as one vote and the candidate who gets the most votes/raises the most money is named the Man or Woman of the Year.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Resource Carnival at MMS

    Tech Training with Acacia Sammons and Michele Bost featured a "Resource Carnival" today. As carnival music played in the background and teachers enjoyed sweet treats, staff browsed the various tables where they could view and copy google presentations featuring various instructional tools such as Coggle, PBS Learning Media, Teaching Books, Ebsco Host, NC Wise Owl, ABC-Clio, Culture Grams and more!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Cafteria Staff Recognized

    Monroe Middle School cafeteria is being recognized this month as 3rd in the state of North Carolina to increase their breakfast sales when compared to all NC public schools. GO TEAM!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Pull Into The Creation Stations at Monroe Middle School

    The grand opening of the Makerspace area in our media center opened to many anxious students this week. Stations featured: Jenga, Bingo, Roller Coaster Building, Snap Circuits, A Wii, A color therapy station, and more!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • "Souper Bowl" of Caring at MMS

    MMS hosted an extra special "Souper Bowl" of caring luncheon for the teachers on Friday, February 3rd. Lunch consisted of soup from the Olive Garden and salad from Red Radish restaurant.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Jamison Crowder, Washington Redskins Wide Receiver Speaks to MMS Students

    .Jamison Crowder (born June 17, 1993) is an American football wide receiver and punt returner for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Duke, and was drafted by the Redskins in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • "The Beast": A Performance to Remember

    On Tuesday, January 17th, MMS students were moved and captivated by the songs, the words, the sounds and the moves of the amazing hip hop jazz band, “The Beast.” Comprised of professor, community organizer, and emcee Pierce Freelon, the band presented African American history of in a whole new way as they took students on a journey through music.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Staff Recognition

    Congratulations to Ms. Sarah Lefebvre and Ms. Shana Johnson for being recognized at our staff meeting. Ms. Lefebvre was recognized for being named as one of the top 20 for Union County Teacher of the Year.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Fun with Yoga In Mrs. Pearman's Class

    Monroe Middle school students are learning the benefits of Yoga, while learning the correct techniques. Breathing is an important role in Yoga too!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Straw Boat Engineering Challenge at MMS

    On December 5th and 6th, MMS students participated in a straw boat engineering challenge. Students were divided into groups. Each group was given a certain amount of plastic wrap, straws, tape, and a small dixie cup. Students were instructed to build a straw boat.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Makerspaces at Monroe Middle School: A Reality for Our Students

    The Learning Through Making: MakerSpaces and Creation Stations vision for the MMS Media center will soon be a reality for our students. As of December 7th, Mrs. Bost, media specialist received an email that the project had been fully funded. Shortly after returning from winter break, MMS will receive the order with the materials to begin the makerspace area.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • MMS Is Proud of Girls on the Run

    Four MMS girls participated in the GingerSnap 5k on Saturday, December 3rd. The race was the final celebration for the Fall season of Girls on the Run.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Our Very Own Redhawks "Racing For A Cure"

    According to the organization web site: http://komencharlotte.org/ Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series is the world’s largest and most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer ever created. The event raises significant funds and awareness for the breast cancer movement, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease. This Race is unique in the fact that 100% of the net proceeds are allocated to our mission. 75 percent of the net income stays in our community to help fund local programs offering breast health education and breast cancer screening and treatment. The remaining 25 percent of the net income supports the Susan G. Komen® Grants Program. Charlotte is celebrated 20 years of Race for the Cure on Saturday, Oct. 1 in Uptown at Marshall Park.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • School Bond Referendum

    On November 8, Union County residents will vote on $54 million in school bonds. If approved, the bond money will be used to make improvements to Monroe High School. In addition, funds for the bond will be used to build a new transportation facility, which impacts all students. Please visit our website/or the UCPS website to learn more about the 2016 bond referendum. http://www.ucpsbond2016.com/

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • MMS Staff Members Are All-In: Congratulations Staff Award Recipients

    Congratulations to Ms. Lord and Ms. Wojtecki for winning the Redhawk staff award at our Faculty meeting on Wednesday, September 21st. Ms. Wojtecki and Ms. Lord worked very hard designing and organizing our new leveled book room for our ELA teachers. The room contains hundreds of sets of leveled books for Language Arts teachers to use in the classroom for book clubs which are one element of the Reader's Workshop Instructional Delivery Model. Thank you to these ladies for providing access to high quality, leveled book sets for our students! Also congratulations to our morning and evening custodial staff for working hard all summer long and throughout the year to keep our building immaculate and clean all the time for our teachers, students and visitors. We are very proud of these staff members and are fortunate to have them as part of our staff. Great job Ladies! At each Faculty meeting, Mr. Wray will recognize a new group of staff members for an outstanding achievement.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Open House 2016

    Monroe Middle staff would like to thank all of the parents and students who came out to Open House on Thursday, August 25th. Sixth grade students and parents streamed into the school at 4:00 p.m. and were greeted by Mr. Wray and other staff members at our front entrance, with our seventh and eighth grade families arriving at 5:00 p.m. Parents and students were directed to the gym where they were able to receive schedule information, order our awesome new spirit wear, sign up to be a parent volunteer, and meet the school nurse

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Free Photo App for 2016 MMS Yearbook

    Get your photos in the yearbook! We would like for all students and teachers to check out our school’s free photo sharing app from Jostens. The app is called Replayit. It’s the feed for this year’s best moments as they happen and your chance to make the yearbook. Download the app, find our school in the list, create an account, and start uploading photos. All photos submitted for upload are monitored by Jostens to make sure that the photos are school appropriate

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Last Day of School: Have a Great Summer Redhawks!

    On July 9th, 2016, all staff and faculty members gathered on the bus lot to send students off safely on the last day of school. Students and staff waved and cheered and the buses honked their horns as they pulled off the lot. Our staff and students worked hard this year and we are so proud of everyone. We hope that everyone has a safe, restful summer and that all of our Redhawk students come back to school refreshed and ready to learn on the first day of school. We as a staff plan to continue this farewell tradition for years to come and will always send our students home with this positive farewell.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Monroe High School Senior Parade

    As our eighth grade students lined the hallways, Monroe High School Seniors marched down the halls of Monroe Middle in their caps and gowns as a way to inspire students. Eighth grade students and teachers cheered and clapped as the seniors passed by, as the traditional graduation march played throughout the school.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 8th Grade Dance 2016

    Monroe Middle School hosted the Annual 8th Grade Dance at Monroe Country Club on Friday evening May 20th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Students came dressed in their finest, ready to dance, ready to socialize and ready to have a great time!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Academic Excellence Awards

    Congratulations to our Monroe Middle School students who received awards at the Academic Excellence ceremony which was held on Monday night at Monroe High School. We are extremely proud of these outstanding soaring students. Go Redhawks!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Congratulations to the MMS Boys Soccer Team

    Congratulations to our Monroe Middle School undefeated Boys Soccer Team as they won the Championship tournament on Monday, May 16th. We are so proud of these outstanding athletes! Go Redhawks!

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Monroe Middle School Teachers Are Appreciated

    It was an eventful Teacher Appreciation week at Monroe Middle school filled with fun and festivities. On Tuesday, May 3rd The Friends of Monroe Middle School, Kids First of the Carolinas and our four "angels": Sharon, Debbie, Sue, and Sabrina provided our teachers with a "Nacho" Average Teacher luncheon complete with cheering, complimentary bead necklaces, and raffle prizes which included massage gift cards as well as Target gift cards.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Special Olympics

    On Thursday, April 28, 2016, Ms. Carter’s and Mrs. Furr’s classes participated in Special Olympics at Forest Hills High School. The day started with a great send off by the S.A.V.E. Club and Beta Club members, as well as, school administrators and guidance counselors

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Girls On The Run 5K

    On Saturday, April 30, 2016, the Monroe Middle School Girls on the Run team participated in the Spring Girls on the Run 5K in the Lake Park Community in Indian Trail, NC.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Scholastic Buy One Get One Free Book Fair

    Our Buy One, Get One Free* Book Fair is a reading event that brings great books to our school that students want to read. Students will have scheduled days to attend the fair with their Language Arts classes.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • UCPS Teacher of the Year Banquet

    Monroe Middle School is so proud to have Ashley Rossman, 6th Grade Math teacher as our teacher of the year. She is an outstanding teacher and is very dedicated to our school and to her students. Ashley Rossman is extremely appreciated and loved by the staff and the students of Monroe Middle School.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Monroe Middle School Black History Month Celebration

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Variety Show Was A Hit!

    "Turn the Beat Around"

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Desserts Provided for Teachers

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • First Baptist Church in Monroe Provides Lunch for Teachers

    Thank You

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Tim McBride, An Inspiration to Us All

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Congratulations MMS Wrestlers

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • MMS Boys Basketball Team Wins Middle School Tournament

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • 8th Grade Early College Presentation

    Eighth grade students received valuable information about the possibility of attending Union County Early College.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Congratulations to Ashley Rossman, Teacher of the Year

    Monroe Middle School staff and students are proud to announce that Ms. Ashley Rossman has been selected as our Teacher of the Year.

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display
  • Danny: 'King of the Basement"

    Comments (-1)
    No Headlines to display