Tag: Monroe-Woodbury Middle School
Check out some of the candids from this year’s Middle School yearbook! The deadline for online ordering is May 6, 2017.
Please consider volunteering for a position on the PTA board! The nomination deadline is April 21.
Starting on May 8, 2017, the Middle School will be conducting a pilot program to explore new guidelines for book bags during the school day. We believe it is in the best interests of our students to prohibit the use of book bags during the school day to avoid physical injury and ensure our students’ safety.
Parent Teacher Conferences for all students K-12 can be scheduled online this spring using the district’s PickATime service. Each school has a separate PickATime site where parents and guardians can log in to create conference schedules.
Wonderful performances by our cast! Great job by our crew! #teameffort Awesome job, one and all!
Don’t miss this annual event showcasing the wonderful diversity of our community! Come to sample foods from around the world, watch fun performances, and meet members of the M-W family who represent cultures from around the globe.
SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age, is an indie film addressing the hot-button topic of teens and technology. Brought to M-W high school by a consortium of local school districts, this film has met with amazing reviews by parents and teens alike. Get tickets at https://impactflow.com/event/1543.
Of the ten entries advancing to NY State competition from our Region, M-W is the proud home to three Award of Merit winners! All three state level winners are Middle School students!
At this year’s Sojourner Truth Awards Program, held at SUNY Orange on Friday, March 10, twenty M-W High School and twenty-eight M-W Middle School students were recognized for their accomplishments. Congratulations to these outstanding students! #crusaderpride
Dear Monroe-Woodbury Middle School parents, I am writing to clear up any misconceptions regarding a situation at Monroe-Woodbury Middle School that was brought to our attention yesterday evening, March 2. Specifically, a Monroe-Woodbury Middle School parent reported to administration that her child had overheard two students discussing a possible shooting. As is protocol, district administration […]