About Monroe-Woodbury Middle School
Navigating the ‘tween years is a specialty at the Middle School. Students are exposed to a wide range of activities to help them begin to form their individual interests and strengths as they prepare for high school and the broader world.
The unique House system randomly sorts the student body into four groups named by color: Red, Yellow, Green and Blue. Each House features a group of faculty at all three grade levels who work together to coordinate student workload, integrate lessons and share insights into individual students. Friendly House competitions held several times a school year help to form bonds among students and faculty. The Houses vie for titles such as volleyball champ; canned-donations-to-food-pantry champ; or pumpkin-launching champ.
The Middle School Advisory system helps to build relationships within the House. Students gather with a faculty advisor every morning for 15 minutes of announcements, discussion and planned activities. Each advisory is composed of students in all three grade levels to allow them to share their Middle School experiences. The Advisory period is also an opportunity to participate in anti-bullying activities and to schedule house-by-house “town meeting” assemblies.
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