Elementary

1st Quarter Elementary Honor/Merit Roll

Congratulations to the following elementary students on their outstanding achievements. Honor Roll is 3.5-4.0 GPA, Merit Roll is 3.0-3.49.  Read more »

Do Pumpkins Float?

Here is a cute picture of Mrs. Boyle and Mrs. Austin's pm classes (Monroe Primary). They are using scientific Inquiry to see if Pumpkins can float. If you are wondering if they can... they can.

Program: Keeping Your Child Safe On-line

11/01/2007 7:00 pm
The Monroe Elementary PTO will present an informational program for Monroe parents. It will be November 1st at 7:00 pm. in the Elementary Cafeteria. The program is called "Isafe" and it is a presentation by the FBI and a community resource InfraGard. The program is about keeping your  elementary child safe on-line. A cyber criminologist  will be there to present the program.  There is no cost to the parents.  Monroe Parents attending will receive a cd-rom for their use at home and to go over with their  elementary children.

Fifth Grade Students Benefit from Grants

The Fifth Grade students from Monroe Elementary will benefit from a grant that was received called a “Learning Links Grant” from the Cincinnati Foundation. In the amount of $1,000, to bring in author Shelley Pearsall, The author of Trouble Don’t Last. The Fifth grade students will be reading her book, , and Shelley Pearsall will discuss how she used primary source documents to write a chapter in the book. She will work with students in 4 sessions to introduce the concept of historical fiction writing and students will create a brief character sketch of their own. Read more »

Help Girls Grow Strong!

Behind every Girl Scout.....is a great leader! Think of the possibilities. Girl Scouting is where you as an adult can develop your potential, learn new job skills, and put your own special talents to use. You can be a positive influence in girls' lives. And it's real, it's important! Read more »

Monroe Teacher Receives Grant for Learning & Leadership

08/24/2007 3:37 pm
Monroe Elementary Reading Specialist Bethlea Pieratt received a grant in June 2007 for “Learning and Leadership” which was funded by the NEA Foundation. The Grant, in the amount of $5000.00 is to be used for improving fluency and comprehension in student reading at Monroe Elementary. The approved grant program will consist of a group of up to 18 teachers who will collaborate on a book study to examine their teaching to enhance reading instruction. The study group members will investigate work and data to develop practical ways to apply research to the classroom setting.

The Hive is Alive at Monroe

08/22/2007 2:56 pm

The Hive is Alive! Students swarmed into the doors at Monroe today, ready to begin another successful year.

The Jr & Sr. High had extended periods in the morning to find lockers, practice locker combinations, receive the ever-popular enrollment/emergency forms, better known as "Parent Homework" and teachers went over rules and expectations with the students. This year each building will be focusing on being respectful, responsible and being a problem solver as well as being prepared. Even though summer is officialy over the students were glad to be back in the swing of things and reconnect with some friends as well. Good Luck Monroe! Go Hornets! Read more »

1st Annual Hornet Day on August 19

08/19/2007 5:00 pm
08/19/2007 8:00 pm

The 1st Annual Hornet Day will take place at the Monroe High School Sports Complex on Sunday, August 19 from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm.
All Hornet Fans, community members and family/relatives/friends of the student-athletes are encouraged to attend. This event is an excellent way to meet all of the Hornet players, gather -autographs, and to show off your Hornet Pride! Read more »