4/17 - 4/22 - Spring Break
4/24 - Algebra I Testing
4/25 - Geometry Testing
4/26 - Midterm Ends
4/29 - Progress Reports Distributed
4/30 - Biology Testing
MONROE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
Announcements for April 16, 2019
Sophomore Academy students going on the visit to Swiss Hills today will be called down when the bus is here.
Varsity and JV Softball plays home against Fort Frye at 5:30.
OVTL Track meet, bus leaves 3:10, team dismissed at the Skyvue Bell.
Cheer Practice 3:30 to 5:00.
There will be no after school weight lifting this week.
Monroe Central Lift-A-Thon will take place today.
Quiz Bowl is selling Red & Gold day t- shirts, proceeds will fund Red & Gold Day. See Mr. Binegar or Mrs. Ruble for order forms.
Anyone that sold Prom t-shirts, all money and orders are due to Mrs. McConnell today. Also all pepperoni orders are due by April 23rd.
Reminder about the school dress code as warm weather is approaching: shorts and skirts must not be shorter than fingertip length, jeans cannot have excessive holes/tears, and undergarments cannot be visible at any time. Please keep modesty in mind and thank you for adhering to our Dress Code Policy!
The Fraternal Order of Eagles in Woodsfield is sponsoring a $500 scholarship. If interested in applying, please stop in the Guidance Office for more information. Deadline is May 6th.
Corey from Belmont will be here on Wednesday, April 24th. Students taking CCP courses next year still need to get a form 63 from Mrs. McConnell if you have not already done so.
Belmont College is hosting a poetry reading event. This will be held at their campus on Wednesday April 24 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Students and faculty are invited who are interested in reading their poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Refreshments will be served. Signs with more info are posted in the hallways.
Tutoring services are available to students free of charge to anyone who needs assistance with a class. There is a link on the school website to request tutoring sessions under Quick Links. You can schedule a single or multiple sessions. Times are available in the morning before classes, immediately after school, and in the evenings after practices.
If any Seniors have not yet applied for a scholarship, you are encouraged to do so, and to apply for as many as possible. For a complete list of scholarships available, please visit the guidance office, school office, or look on the MCHS website under School Counselor.
Belmont College will be offering FAFSA workshops at their campus for students planning on attending Belmont in the fall. Dates are April 12th and April 30th. Please stop in the Guidance office for a complete list of what to bring.
Washington State Community College will be holding information sessions at their campus for students interested in CCP courses at Washington State on Tuesday, April 23 at 6:00 p.m.
If you are considering going to Belmont College, please turn in your Trustees Scholarship applications to Mrs. Rosnick asap. If you need another copy, stop in the guidance office to get one.
Ohio University Eastern is hosting Walk-in Wednesdays at their campus throughout April from 4-8 p.m. This is for High School Seniors to receive free applications, tours, and information about OUE.
Prom tickets are available on the MCHS website under Quick Links. Tickets are $35 until the end of April. Any tickets purchased after May 1st will be $40.
Items from the Prom Closet are still available. Please email or see Tanis if you are interested.
Prom picture packets are now available in the office.
This is for MCHS Pennies for Patients supporters! So far, the school has raised $241.83 towards our $700 goal. Ms. Baker's 1st period class is leading with $76.44. In 2nd place is Mr. Christman's 3rd period class with $36.67, and in 3rd is Mr. Shirley's 1st period class with $26.35.
The Student Council is still helping Mrs. Milhoan’s kindergarten class at Woodsfield Elementary collect mascara wands to donate for rescued animals. Wands need to be washed in warm soapy water. There is a green basket on the table outside of Mrs. Meade’s to put them in.
Also, Yes Club members that are going on the trip to Muskingum University on April 30th, please come to the office to get your permission form.
This is for ALL Student Drivers: Please be courteous, respectful, and follow all the rules of the road when entering and exiting the school property. If the reckless behaviors that have been witnessed recently continue, driving privileges will be revoked.
Have a great day Monroe Central!
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.
At Monroe Central High School we are family of learners, preparing for success.
The school where great things happen!