Upcoming Events

9/28 - Midterm Ends

10/1 - Progress Reports

10/1 - Narconon Program

10/4 - Two Hour Early Release

10/26 - Two Hour Early Release

10/26 - End of First Grading Period

11/2 - Report Cards



469 Lewisville Rd., Woodsfield, OH 43793
Phone: (740) 472-0414, Email: mchs@mchs.k12.oh.us, FAX: (740) 472-2055

MONROE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The Interactive Media students will be updating the website over the next few of weeks. Please check back for updates!

Lunch: Tasty Bites Grilled Cheese w/ Tomato Soup, Mixed Vegetables, Diced Pears, and milk. The alternative is Pizza.

Girl’s Volleyball plays home tonight against St. John at 5:30.

All members of the Golf Team will be excused from class today. They are at the OVGL tournament at Olgebay.

Any students participating in Winter Sports this year can get a FREE physical at the Monroe Family Health Center on Oct. 8. You must make an appt. by calling 740-239-OHHS.  You must bring a physical form to the appt., these are located in the office.

There will be a college rep visit from WVU during lunch periods today.

Please see Mrs. Rosnick as soon as possible if you are interested in taking the PSAT. 
Cost: $16
It will be on October 11th 8:30-11:30am
At River High School
Sign-ups will be located on Mrs. Rosnick door until September 26.

Also, Washington State Community College will be hosting a free ACT workshop on Oct. 9 and 16th. This is open to anyone who is interested in taking the ACT this fall. More information is outside Mrs. Rosnick’s office.

Members of the Homecoming Court need to fill out your Bio information in the Google Form that was emailed to you ASAP.

The Homecoming Dance will be Saturday, September 29 from 7-10pm. Admission is $5.

There is going to be a Door Decorating contest next week for Spirit Week for all classrooms. The theme is “Show Your School Spirit”, so decorate in Monroe Central colors. Decorating will start next week during 9th period.  Judging will take place next Friday Sept. 28. See Tanis Langsdorf if you have any questions.

The Glamour Closet will continue to be open from now until homecoming.  Please see Tanis if you are interested.

Also if any members of Pep Club or staff are interested in ordering T-shirts. The cost is $10. Please see Tanis with sizes and money.

Upcoming ACT test date is Oct. 27. You must register by Sept. 28. If you receive free or reduced lunch, you can stop by Mrs. Rosnick’s office for a free test waiver. Also, if any student is interested in taking the ASVAB test on Oct. 25, you must sign up in Mrs. Rosnick’s office.

In Celebration of Public Lands Day, there will be a Lamping Homestead Outdoor Adventure this Saturday, Sept. 22nd 10am-9pm. This is a free event for all ages, featuring guided nature hikes, butterfly exhibit, fishing, boating, forestry, conservation, birdwatching, native archeology, and star gazing. Food is provided. More information is posted on flyers in the halls.

If you are interested in signing up for the District-wide musical The Little Mermaid Jr., sign-ups are on Mr. Durigg’s Office door.

The Monroe Central Drama Club wishes to announce auditions for their fall production of "When She Had Wings". Auditions will be held on Tuesday September 25 from 4-5pm. This will be followed by a brief meeting for all students wishing to help with backstage crew.

Any High School Senior interested in working for Youth at the Booth during the General Election on November 6th needs to see Mr. Binegar to sign up by September 26th. You must be at least 17 years of age and a Monroe county resident to apply.

There are Homecoming Dance Guest Request Forms in the Office for those who may need them. They are due back by this Friday, Sept. 21 in the office.

Driver Education Classes will start on Oct.1st. You must call 1-800-U-Drive-2 to register.
 
All those who have not turned in their Emergency Medical forms and Chromebook contracts will have lunch detention until they are turned in.  The teachers who are on lunch duty have been made aware of those students who have detention.

Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming Court!

FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS
Kalista Friday and Ayden Russell

SOPHMORE ATTENDANT
Shelby Brewer

JUNIOR ATTENDANT
Whitney Young

HOMECOMING KING CANDIDATES
Paul Alleman
Cameron Baker
Owen Hartshorn
Zac Jones
Jason Reich

HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES
Kirsten Friday
Alana Hogue
Logan Knowlton
Jocelyn LeMasters
Elaina Swallow
Sydney Yoho

Have a great day Monroe Central!

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Mission:

The mission of Monroe Central High School is to be a school driven by community, technology, innovation and creation. Our family of educators and learners will continue to work together to create a positive, safe environment that enhances learning.

Vision:

At Monroe Central High School we are family of learners, preparing for success.

Motto:

The school where great things happen!