Monroe Elementary News

October 21, 2021

From the Principal

We had another great week at Monroe Elementary. Our Remote Day provided the time to have discussions as a staff, both-whole group and small group on how we can move our students forward in their academic progress. We also spent time analyzing our Panorama data and taking a deep dive into how we can support our student's social and emotional needs.


Miss Mabee's kindergarten class earned a donut and pajama party this week from the Walk A Thon. I have included some pictures below.


Fall parties are coming up soon. They will take place on Friday, October 29th. Due to Covid and us limiting our visitors inside the building, parents will not be able to attend the classroom celebrations. Pre-packaged snacks will be permitted. In addition to classroom celebrations, students will be having a character costume parade starting at 2:30. Parents can attend this parade, it will be outside along the front sidewalks. Following the parade, please plan to stay and enjoy a snack and hear information about what being a Title One school means to your child's education while our students are in their classrooms celebrating fall.

A few details about your child's character costume:

* Please, no masks to prevent students from easily seeing to walk the parade route.

* "Merry not scary" character costumes, please.

* We ask that students not bring make up that would need to be applied, because of limited time.

* There will be time for your child to change into their character costume right before their parade.


Have a great weekend!


Julie Paige

email: paigeju@japioneers.org

Phone: (614)873-8503 OR (740)857-1711

Twitter: @MonroeElem2

Facebook: Monroe Elementary School

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parent-teacher conferences will be occurring on November 4th and 9th from 4:00-7:00 PM. Conferences will be held online through Zoom unless you prefer to meet with the teacher in person. Classroom teachers will be sending home sign up information very soon.

Scholastic Book Fair

We will be having a Scholastic Book Fair on October 25-29. Your child is welcome to bring money to purchase books during their library times during that week. We will be having a parent event on October 29th at 2:30 for anyone interested in shopping at our book fair. Scholastic has great books at reasonable prices and Monroe Elementary gets a portion of the sales.


If you are interested in volunteering to help in our book fair, please contact the school. We are looking for parent help each day that week.


In the past, there have been donations collected for students to purchase a book that might not be able to. If you are interested in donating, please send your donation to the school office.

From Monroe PTO.........

We are looking to have donated or to possibly purchase a picnic table for the new space where the pavers were installed a few weeks ago. Please contact Mrs. Paige if you know of any options. Thank you!

Water bottles

Your child is encouraged to bring a water bottle to school so that they can have water throughout the school day. The school water fountains are for water bottle filling. If your child has a water bottle they can bring to school.

Costume Donation

If you have any costumes at home that you are no longer using, Monroe would be happy to put them to use for students that are in need a character costume for our Character Parade.

From the School Nurse:

Just a friendly reminder to turn in updated immunization records either to the office or via Final Forms.

Thank you! -Nurse Cici

School Fees

If you have not paid your school fees, please do so as soon as possible. School fees were due on September 30th. Thank you!

Monroe Elementary is a Title One school. What does that mean?

Madison County Prevention

Madison County Prevention (MCP) is offering evening workshops for Parents/Caretakers or anyone working with youth throughout the school year.
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Teacher Spotlight- Mrs. Cain

What is your name and your position at Monroe Elementary?

My name is Megan Cain and I am a Kindergarten teacher.


What's one thing you couldn't live without?

One thing I couldn't live without would be chocolate.


What is your FAVORITE thing to do?

My favorite thing to do is send time with my two sons and husband making memories.


Where is the best place you've traveled to?

The best place I have traveled to is Mexico so far. I hope to travel to many other amazing and beautiful places in the future.


Who is your biggest inspiration? Why?

My husband is my biggest inspiration because he works so hard and does all he can to make sure that his family is happy, healthy and taken care of. Everything he does is for us.


What is the best book you've ever read?

I've read lots of good books. I like all types of books and love reading. I don't think I can name pick one.


What is your favorite thing about working at Monroe Elementary School?

My favorite thing about working at Monroe is being able to work with some amazing coworkers, and getting to build relationships with my students and their parents.


Tell us something that might surprise us about you.

I have an extreme phobia of snakes.

Important Dates

October 29- Fall classroom parties-2:45/character costume parade-2:30

November 2- Professional Development Day- No School

November 4 and 9- Parent Teacher Conferences from 4:00 PM-7:00 PM both evenings

November 10- Remote Day

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EPA Update

Find here the current EPA water quality check for MES.
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