Upcoming Events

2/20 - Free ACT - All Juniors

3/15 - Two Hour Early Dismissal

3/15 - End of 3rd Grading Period

3/22 - Report Cards Sent Home

4/17 - 4/22 - Spring Break



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


Congratulations to the winner of the Google Home Mini: Breanna Hoff!

Maggie, we would like to give you a big thank you for all your hard work in serving us every day in the lunch room.  We will miss you, and want to wish you good luck with your new job at Woodsfield Elementary!

Boys Basketball plays home tonight against Fort Frye. JV at 6:00, Varsity at 7:30.

Tickets for Boys Sectional Game on Feb. 26 at Tuscarawas Catholic Central are on sale for $6.00, gate price will be $7.00.  See Mr. Rosnick for tickets.

Presale tickets are available in the office for the next Girls Basketball game against Beallsville.  Presale price is $6.00, gate price will be $7.

Girls Basketball practice is today 3:30 to 5:15.

No Track conditioning practice today.  All Spring Track members, please see Mr. Shirley sometime today for fundraising forms.

If anyone is interested in purchasing a t-shirt to help support the Cheerleaders going to State Competition, see one of the Cheerleaders or Tanis.  T-shirts are 15.00, long sleeve T’s are 18.00.

The next YES Club field trip is this Thursday, February 21, to Wheeling Jesuit.  Students will meet at 8:15 that morning.

ACT testing for Juniors will be first thing tomorrow morning. If we are on a two-hour delay or cancelled, the make up date is March 12.

There are few upcoming scholarship deadlines approaching: $1,000 HP Scholarship, deadline is Feb. 28; $5,000 Information Security Scholarship, deadline March 1st, and $5,000 Donald and Barbara Mozley Scholarship, deadline March 15th.  For a complete list of upcoming scholarships, please visit the guidance office or look on the MCHS homepage under School Counselor.

West Virginia Northern will be here today during lunch periods to talk with students.

Washington State Community College will be hosting a free ACT workshop at their campus tonight from 5:00-8:15 p.m. for English and Reading, and on February 26 for Math & Science.
See Mrs. Rosnick if you have any questions.

There will be a Rep. from Ohio Valley University visiting during lunch periods on Tuesday, Feb. 26th.

All CCP letters of intent for next year must be turned in to Mrs. McConnell no later than April 1st. Please get them in sooner rather than later. 

There is a CCP information night tonight at 6:00 at OUE for students interested in learning more about CCP courses.

There is also a CCP Open House at Belmont College on February 28 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Prom tickets are now available to purchase online.  They are located on the Monroe Central website under Quick Links. Ticket price will be 25.00 until March 1st (then price will increase to 30.00, then 35.00 April 1st, and any ticket purchased after May 1 will be 40.00).

This is a reminder that Senior pictures and Baby pictures need to by turned in by March 1st.

HPAC is still taking donations for their Personal Hygiene Challenge. If 1,000 items are collected by March 15th, HPAC will still sponsor a student fun day. Donations can be made in the bin outside Mrs. Meade’s room [Items include deodorant, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, feminine products, mouth wash, bars of soap, etc.] 

We have a couple staff shoutouts as part of our February Random Acts of Kindness:
First one is for Mrs. Meade – Mrs. Meade is always wanting what’s best for the students and is always trying to help!
Second is for Mr. Heitzman – You make Reading fun!

Quote of the day is:
“Kindness is a vast color that only your heart knows how to paint.”

Thank you and have a great day Monroe Central!


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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!