Here is information about the 2024 Levy - https://www.boe.monroe.k12.wv.us/page/2024-levy
about 1 month ago, Monroe County Schools
monroe county schools 2024 levy
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
1 day ago, Misty Nelson
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
PES students visited the 4th grade Living Wax Museum today! Fourth grade students did an excellent job. Come out to see it on Thursday, April 25th from 5-6 at PES.
about 19 hours ago, Monroe County Schools
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
PES Wax Museum
Mountain View Elementary and Middle School participated in a RUCK MARCH Friday, April 19th to show support for the military child, our active-duty service men and women and our local Veterans. Students in grades K-8 marched down and back Main Street Union wearing military green shirts, waving American Flags donated by David, Morrissey, Colonel, USAG (Ret) and now Marketing Manager Lead for USAA. Students sported back packs, lanyards, and arm bands donated by Steven Queen, WV ARMY National Guard, Family Programs Director. JMHS/MCTC JROTC Cadets led by instructors MSG Michael Wiley (Ret) and MAJ Todd Longanacre. West Virginia State Police and Monroe County Sheriff's office including Mountain View PRO Officer Phillip Wickline ensured security of the Ruck March. West Virginia Department of Education representative Harrison Evans assisted with photos and video. Mayor Caroline Sparks helped organize the event from the Town of Union's point of view to ensure student safety. Mountain View School is designated as a Purple Star School, indicating that our school puts a concerted effort into supporting the military child, our active-duty service men and women and our local veterans. The Mountain View Ruck March fell on Friday April 19th, 2024, to honor the military child, to support our local veterans and active duty and to promote civic pride. Mountain View faculty members under the direction of Principal Pam Dunford were instrumental in organizing and supporting the Ruck March. Many Mountain View faculty have immediate family members who have served or are currently serving in a branch of the military. As April is the month of the Military Child, Mountain View students simulated a "Ruck March" which is used in military basic training to test physical ability and mental stability. In the U.S. ARMY, for example, a soldier ruck marches 12 miles in 3 hours with a weighted backpack and gear. Our students, in a symbolic gesture, marched 1.6 miles without weighted gear. Local Veterans led by LTC Scott Womack (Ret) and American Legion Post 100 led our Ruck March. Many students had a family member who was active duty or a veteran ruck march with them through the Town of Union.
1 day ago, Misty Nelson
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
MVS Ruck March
Congratulations to Dylan Johnson! Dylan was a finalist in the Spark WV Competition at Bridging Innovation Week in Huntington, WV. Dylan competed in the small business competition on Wednesday, April 10th where he presented his own business, DJzRugz. Dylan makes and sells rugs of various styles and sizes. Dylan was 1 of 10 high school students chosen to participate in the final round of this competition. The judges were very impressed with his business presentation and awarded Dylan a prize of $1000 to be used towards his business.
1 day ago, Misty Nelson
Spark WV Competition
Spark WV Competition
Spark WV Competition
Spark WV Competition
Spark WV Competition
Spark WV Competition
Spark WV Competition
Monday April 22 there will be a seminar discussing the vaping, drug, and alcohol epidemic in our youth held at James Monroe auditorium at 5pm led by Steered Straight founder Micheal DeLeon. Childcare available by request to Jessie Thomas at jessica.r.thomas@k12.wv.us or 3047723094. All welcome and encouraged to attend.
1 day ago, Jessica Thomas
April 22, 2024 presentation
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
3 days ago, Misty Nelson
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
Mountain View Ruck March
2 days ago, Misty Nelson
MVS Ruck March
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
2 days ago, Monroe County Schools
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
Mrs. Stamper read The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors with PES 2nd graders and then they had an epic class rock paper scissors battle!
Please be aware that the HVAC system at James Monroe High School is currently being replaced. They are working in the evenings and nights on it. CASTO, another HVAC company worked the majority of the day to fix many of the issues. The school did have cooler air moving through it by the afternoon. We appreciate our teachers and staff that helped try and keep it cool today.
3 days ago, Misty Nelson
James Monroe High School started its kid's heart challenge this month and it will run until May 3, 2024. Anyone can register online and complete Finn's mission. By completing this mission: you will be helping James Monroe students earn gift certificates for PE equipment, helping them earn a chance to win a $10,000 fitness makeover, you can be entered to win tickets to the 2025 NFL Super Bowl, and so much more while also learning lifesaving skills. There are many ways to help: If a student has registered, you can help by donating to them so that they can win cool prizes and meet their individual goal. If you register and complete the mission on behalf of JMHS (student, staff or community) you contribute to the amount of entries the school will get. ALL DONATIONS GO TO THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION. To register and learn more: http://www2.heart.org/goto/JamesMonroeHighSchoolLindsideWV
3 days ago, Misty Nelson
American Heart Challenge
The Monroe County Board of Education recognized the JMHS Girls' and Boys' Basketball players for their accomplishments during the season.
3 days ago, Misty Nelson
Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
4 days ago, Misty Nelson
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
James Monroe High School held their honor society inductions on April 16. Congratulations to all the inductees.
4 days ago, Monroe County Schools
National Honor Society
If you haven't made it to a Maverick Baseball game, please check out these two special nights. Little League night is Wednesday, May 1 at 5:30 and the 35th Anniversary of the 1989 Peterstown High School State Championship Team.
5 days ago, Bobbie Tuggle
Recognition of the 1989 State Champion Team
Little League Night
James Monroe High School has officially started the Kid's Heart Challenge to raise funds for the American Heart Association. Did you know by completing Finn's mission they may be eligible to win tickets for the 25' NFL Superbowl? Watch this to learn more and sign up today! https://vimeo.com/877547666?share=copy
8 days ago, Jessica Thomas
http://www2.heart.org/goto/JamesMonroeHighSchoolLindsideWV
http://www2.heart.org/goto/JamesMonroeHighSchoolLindsideWV
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
10 days ago, Misty Nelson
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
There will be a donuts, coffee, and levy discussion meeting on Monday, April 15th, 6:00 pm at Hometown Restaurant in Peterstown and Tuesday, April 30th, 6:00 pm at Kalico Kitchen in Union. The public is invited to attend.
10 days ago, Misty Nelson
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
12 days ago, Misty Nelson
Monroe County Schools Levy Information
On April 8th, KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
11 days ago, Misty Nelson
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!
Today KLC’s PreK students got to learn about the solar eclipse in a tasty and excitingly safe way!