Upcoming Events

10/26 - Two Hour Early Release for Students

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:

For all members of Travel Club, HPAC, Student Council, and Prom Committee: Mrs. Meade, Mrs. McConnell, and Mrs. Parden will be putting announcements and reminders up for these clubs on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Meade’s room. Please check it daily for updates.

Also just to remind Travel Club members, all quilt tickets need to be sold and money and tickets turned in to Mrs. Meade no later than tomorrow, Wednesday Oct. 24th. We will be drawing the winner at the game on Friday night.

Girl’s Basketball practice will be this Friday, Oct. 26 from 3-5pm. Please remember you must have a physical completed before practice, physical forms are located in the office.

The 2018 Yearbooks are in! Swiss Hills students and 2018 graduates can pick their yearbooks up in the Monroe Central Office. There is a very limited number (5) of extra books available for $70 on a first come first served basis.

Students who are working at the Youth at the Booth needs to call the Election Board office at 472-0929 to sign up for your training. The training days are today, October 23rd starting at 6:30 and October 25th starting at 6:30. If you have already set up a time, you do not need to call. They need to know ASAP.

If any student is interested in taking the
ASVAB test on Oct. 25, you must sign up in Mrs. Rosnick’s office by tomorrow, Oct. 23rd.

All students planning on attending college can find current scholarships posted on the MCHS website under School Counselor, and there is also information outside the guidance office at school. See Mrs. Rosnick for more information on college scholarships.

In observance of Veteran’s Day, the Student Council will be holding an assembly on Tuesday, November 13. We would like to include as many of our Monroe Central friends and family in the presentation as possible. We are asking students to bring in photographs of family members or friends who have served in the military. You may send a photograph to school or email a digital photograph to Mrs. Parden. Please be sure to include the veteran’s name, branch of the military, years of service, and relationship to student with your photographs. All photographs need to be given or emailed to Mrs. Parden no later than Friday, November 2.

Musical tryouts will be on October 30. Please practice and prepare the spoken lines and vocal music for the audition. If you do not have a packet, please see Mr. Durigg. Also, the online study portal should be up and running now. If there are any questions locating the practice tracks, please see Mr. Durigg.

The Breakthrough – We are the Next Chapter is a new organization focused on a mission of community improvement and interacting with our youth to create new county activities and events. The Breakthrough is seeking volunteers to help with the First Annual Halloween in the Village on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 2:30-5:00 p.m. They are needing youth to help with Halloween games and passing out candy. This is a great chance to be a role model within your community! If you are interested in helping out, there is a sign up sheet in the office.

Blood Drive
Where: Monroe Central's Gym
When: Monday, November 5
Time: 8:30 am to 2:00 p.m.
Please call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org and enter: Seminoles to schedule an appoointment or can sign up in the caferteria.

Just a friendly reminder to all student drivers: You are only permitted to park in your parking spot. If someone else is in your spot, you will need to park in the lot next to the Woodsfield Elementary cafeteria.

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!