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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
 
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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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