Please join us Tuesday, November 1st for a K-12 Mass celebrating All Saints day at 9:01 a.m. in the Holy Family Chapel
These three students have gone above and beyond in their efforts and kindness during my first period art class. They have always been there for their fellow classmates lending a helping hand as well as making everyone feel included. They have taken a leadership role in the table-making process despite their own lack of initial confidence. They are all three quick learners and picked up on the fact that others needed their help. I appreciate this trait in their personalities and it is a trait that will be helpful throughout life. Ms. Kryzmowski
Scott Jacobs is a senior and a member of the Academic Decathlon team here at Monroe. He is a hard worker in his classes and on occasion, takes his learning a step further by going “above and beyond” the required assignment. Outside of the classroom, Scott participates in AcaDeca and brings an element of humor to the team and practices. He tries to make sure that everyone doesn’t take things too seriously, while still adding to the overall goal of learning the material. Scott is an avid volunteer in the community as well, service hours aside, volunteering with younger grades and Joel’s Place. Scott is a good example of being open to growth, intellectually competent, and committed to doing justice! Ms. Jones
Do you want to spare your student(s) the chance for getting cavities by eating all the Halloween candy? Bring your leftover candy to your student(s) classroom no later than 11/3. Each class can earn up to $2.00 per pound!
If your student(s) missed picture retake day there is one last opportunity to have your picture taken for this year. You may go directly to Portraits Photography at 246 Illinois Street on October 25th between the hours of 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. If you have any questions regarding this evening please call the studio at 907-451-0633.
Show your support and spirit during Red Ribbon Week.
Just say "No" to drugs.
Yippee, our wonderful PTO volunteers are making hot lunch on Friday, October 28th. The cost is $5.00 per meal. The menu will be posted soon. A "no pack" lunch day!
Take a moment and come and see our 6th grade student receiving 1st Quarter Honor Awards. It will be October 27th at 10:30 a.m. in the MPR.
Thank you to our wonderful volunteers who helped with this years Health Screening. Many hands make for speedy work.
Thank you to our wonderful morning greeters; Mrs. Fritze, Mr. Harnum, and Mr. Weaver. It makes our day a little brighter being greeted with a great big smile!!