Upcoming Events

4/20 - Student 3 Hour Early Dismissal

4/23 - Glamour Closet, 6-8 p.m., MCHS

4/27 - Progress Reports Distributed

5/4 - Prominade, 6:00 p.m. at MCHS

5/5 - Prom, Doors Open at 6:30 p.m., Dinner Served at 7:00 p.m., at Brown Community Center

5/9 - Senior Take Over Day

5/10 - National Honor Society and Thespian Inductions, 1:00 p.m.

5/14 - Senior Exam Week Starts

5/17 - Academic Awards Banquet, 6:00 p.m., MCHS

5/18 - Red & Gold Day, 1:00 p.m.

5/19 - Fine Arts Day

5/21 - Periods 1 & 2 Exams

5/22 - Honors Assembly at 9:00 a.m. Period 3 Exams in Afternoon

5/23 - Senior Picnic at 11:00 a.m. Periods 4/5 & 6 Exams

5/24 - SHCC Certificate of Completion, Periods 7 & 8 Exams

5/25 Graduation Practice @ 10:00 a.m.

5/25 Last Student Day

5/26 - Graduation at 7:00 p.m.

6/9 - ACT Test

7/14 - ACT Test

 



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:

Monroe Central High School Lift-a-Thon football program fundraiser will be held tomorrow, April 19th at the Jay Circosta Field House. All athletes planning on participating in football during the 2018 season are expected to participate. There will not be weight lifting after school on Friday this week due to the Lift-a-Thon. 

Theatre Buck Night!!  The MCHS Drama club would like to announce the performance of their student directed one act plays this Friday at 7 p.m. admission is $3.00.  Only $1 per play.  Come out and join us!!

Spirit Week will be April 23 – 27.  There are signs hanging throughout the building.

Senior Favorites:
Most Athletic: Ryan LaFollette & McKinzey Dierkes
Life of the Party: Clay Harriman & Jessica Secrest
Biggest Rebel:  Andrew Kerns & Lexie Cochran
Most Changed: Ryan Stoehr & Kylie Rohal
Best Dressed: Jeremy Milhoan & Kendall Lydick
Most Likely to Marry for Money:  Robert Bigler & Mattie Vinskovich
Most Spirited:  Cooper Rush & Shyla Schneider
Most Likely to Succeed:  Cole McLaughlin & Breanna Antill
Worst Driver: Hunter Cline & Gracy Dimmerling
Biggest Heart: Mitchell Essig & Joni Betts

The baseball team will be dismissed at 2:30 if the game is still on. The softball team will not be dismissed early!

The permission slips for the Health Dept. vaccine is due to the office by Friday, April 20th.  If you do not want to receive the vaccine here at school, you must have this vaccine before you return to school in August.

A sign-up sheet for Travel Club for next year’s possible trip to California is in the office.  Keep in mind there will be a lot of fundraising necessary for a trip this expensive.

Drama Club is selling cookie dough.  There are several varieties available.  We are selling them for $10 a box.  Please see a drama club member if interested.

Prom tickets are now on sale for $50.00 a ticket. See Mrs. McConnell to purchase. Prom Guest forms are in the office.  They are due back in to the office by Friday, April 20th. Prom picture packets are available in the office.

OUE is hosting events for free applications every Wednesday evening in April. Tours and free applications are between 4 and 8 p.m.

There will be a Prom Closet held at MCHS on Monday, April 23rd from 6 to 8 p.m.  If anyone has anything they would like to donate, please bring any dress, suit, dress shirt, ties, etc. to the Monroe Central Office.

Attention Prom Committee:  You need to be wrapping up pepperoni roll sales.  The money is due in this week.  If anyone wants to order pepperoni rolls for $2 each, please see Mrs. McConnell.

Anyone working the Spring Primary Polls, you will have training on April 26th at 5 p.m. in the Rubel Bank Building.

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.

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

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The school where great things happen!