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Hi,  This is your community & parent Email Blast for November!


The Annual Halloween party at the town hall was held on Tuesday, October 31st at 6:00pm!  Our 8th graders did a wonderful job once again with the Haunted House.  It was an enjoyable evening for our community.


Our Wellness Committee is sponsoring a Food Drive- Non-perishable items can be brought to the school between the hours of 8am and 2:30 through November 21st.


November 11th   10am—3pm - Christmas Crafts in the Country- Monroe Town Hall – Sponsored by: Monroe Fast Squad.     A light lunch will be available through the efforts of our 8th graders.  This is a fund raising activity for the 8th grade class trip to NYC.


Two special holidays are coming soon; Veterans Day and Thanksgiving.    Please join us for our Veterans Day program at 2:15 in the school gym on Nov. 9th as we pay honor to those who have and are currently serving our country.    In observance of Veterans Day there will be no school on Friday November 10th.  In observance of Thanksgiving, school will be closed November 22 through the 24th.   School will resume on November 27th


On November 15th  -  School Picture Retake Day!    We are expecting individual and Soccer pictures to arrive any day now.   Geskus Studios will be here on the 15th for students who need a retake or who were either tardy or absent on the original date of 10/4.


November 21st - Grades close for the 1st trimester.   ROL’s, (Report of Learning) go home on 12/8.


November 29th – The St. Johnsbury  Academy Chorus will be performing  for our students.  


Soccer: 

MCS held its Annual Aim High Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 21st.   Area school teams joined our student athletes in this friendly 6—8 grade tournament.    We wish to thank all who helped out at this tournament, without you this tournament would not be possible!   A big thank you to our coaches, Courtney Dobart,  Karen Remick, Heather Mass, Daniele Kostruba and Peter Kostruba for a great season!



Know of someone who would like to be added to our email blast list?   Ask them to send me a note at slang@monroeschool77.com      Please visit our school’s web page at monroeschool77.com

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at MCS!


Sandy

Take care,
Sandra Lang, Executive Secretary
Monroe School District - SAU 77
Monroe Consolidated School
PO Box 130, 77 Woodsville Rd.
Monroe, NH 03771
 
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October Newsletter



Happy fall everyone!


Fall has officially arrived…per the calendar!   This year has been a roller coaster as far as our weather is concerned J


We have a lot to put out to you so I’ll get right to it!


October 2017:

Oct. 2nd- School Board meeting 6 p.m.

Oct. 3rd- Athletic Subcommittee meeting-4:15

Oct. 4th - Geskus Studios is here doing our class, individual and Soccer photos!  Retakes for individual school pictures will be November 15th.

6th    No School   -  Staff will have a full day of In-service

9th    No School   - Columbus Day observance

11th Fire Prevention Day for K-8 students at the Municipal Building - Poster contest winners will ride the fire truck into school!

11th 3:25pm- Entrance Subcommittee meeting (open to the public)

16th School Board meeting- 6:00 pm    (open to the public)

17th Early Release day- dismissal at 12:30    Parent/Teacher conferences begin

21st Aim High Tournament Day   (come support our Monroe Student athletes!)

30th LI Dance Team visits MCS in the am

31st 3:00 pm - Policy subcommittee (open to the public)


Note:   The strategic planning subcommittee is back in motion, date and time of 1st meeting is yet to be determined.


Now that school is in session we kindly ask that you be watchful of our students who may be riding their bikes or walking in the community.   Please note that MCS has a one-way entrance to the school.  Enter from NH Rt. 135 and exit onto Plains Rd.


Between our blasts please check us out at our school web site; http//www.monroeschool77.com, our Facebook page, https//www.facebook.com/pages/Monroe-Consolidated School/1439451016289384?fref-ts

Do you know of someone who would like to be added to our email blast list?   Ask them to send me a note at slang@monroeschool77.com so I can add them to our list!



Sandy
Sandra Lang, Executive Secretary
Monroe School District - SAU 77
Monroe Consolidated School
PO Box 130, 77 Woodsville Rd.
Monroe, NH 03771
 
v 603.638.2800  Ext. 10
f  603.638.2031                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                           







                                                                                                                                             September Newsletter



 
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Hi Everyone!

Our 1st day of school has come and gone without a hitch!   A big thank you to the parents for coming in the 1st day to have a light breakfast and send their student(s) off to a great start!  For the month of September we have the following on our calendar:




4th            School closed - Labor Day

13th          Costa Rica Informational Meeting  --6:30 p.m. in the School Library     Grade 6-8 parents and students are invited to attend an International Travel meeting with Leah Holz.  As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, it is critical for our students to become more culturally aware, explore new ideas and grown their potential.   Have you ever wondered what it’s like to journey through Costa Rica and hiking to La Fortuna Waterfall?   Here’s your chance to step outside the classroom and see for yourself! 

   

19th          Littleton Chevrolet Buick is sponsoring a day of Puppets in Education (PiE) presentations at MCS for grades PK-8.    Puppets in Education include Kids on the Block-VT and Friend 2 Friend Programs-VT.  PiE is dedicated to teaching children how to keep themselves safe and healthy and to appreciate each other’s physical and cultural differences.  Using life-sized puppets, this program seeks to support parents and communities in helping children reach their full potential.  Parents are invited to attend!


19th          IROC 2 – Richard Guerry 7PM at the town Hall.    IROC 2 is the institute for responsible online and cell-phone communication.   Community members and parents are invited to attend this Public Event focused on proactive digital responsibility , online safety and technological concepts.   We hope to see you there!


20th          IROC 2- Presentation  to our 6-8 students.


25th          Early Release- students dismissed at 12:30


28th          Open House for parents and community members.  Walk through your child’s classroom briefly meet your child’s teacher(s).    Open House is from 6-7PM


Now that school is in session we kindly ask that you be watchful of our students who may be riding their bikes or walking in the community.


Between our blasts please check us out at our school web site; http//www.monroeschool77.com, our Facebook page, https//www.facebook.com/pages/Monroe-Consolidated School/1439451016289384?fref-ts


Do you know of someone who would like to be added to our email blast list?   Ask them to send me a note at slang@monroeschool77.com so I can add them to our list!


Take care,
Sandy
Sandra Lang, Executive Secretary
Monroe School District - SAU 77
Monroe Consolidated School
PO Box 130, 77 Woodsville Rd.
Monroe, NH 03771
 
v 603.638.2800  Ext. 10
f  603.638.2031





































     























 




School Playground

·         A reminder from MCS:   After school and on weekends there is no supervision on the school playground or athletic fields.     The School District highly recommends that children who play on school property during non-school hours be supervised by a parent or caregiver.   Children, equipment and buildings all need to be kept safe and not harmed.

 


 

 





 














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