Monroe County FFA member Lauren Ballard competed at the FFA National Convention this week. She is pictured here with her bronze award and Advisors Mitchell Boone and Shawn Hill.
Please call Monroe Technical Center to schedule a date for Service Personnel Testing; below is a list of test dates. We would love to have you on our TEAM!!! 304-753-9971 Aides, Cooks, Custodians November 3, must register by October 31. Aides, Cooks, Custodian December 1, must register by November 17 Secretary November 1 must register by October 25. Secretary December 2 must register by November 17. All tests begin at 9:00 am except November 1st and it is at 1:00. You can go to this link for more information. https://sway.office.com/9yaB4c0ryQzxEF4B
Law and Public Safety Trunk or Treat
MCTC Law and Public Safety students have compiled a newsletter. It contains timely information on events and safety tips. Enjoy the Dispatcher.
Congrats to PES last week perfect attendance winners! Way to go!
MCTC graduate and current Virginia Tech Cadet Jordan Feamster stopped by. He shared information on transition from high school to college and tips regarding the engineering program at VT. We appreciate Jordan stopping by with the Hometown Recruitment program.
Strings, Wings, Rings, and Things
MCTC JROTC Air Rifle practice. Our first competition is coming soon!
Congratulations 🎉 to Katie Collins the first female at JMHS to qualify for States in Cross Country and to Wyatt Lilly who also qualified and will be headed to States on October 29th at Cabell Midland.
A select group of JMHS students departed for Atlanta, GA to participate in the 2022 Georgia Tech Model United Nations. These twelve students wrote and presented position papers on a current affairs topic to compete locally for the opportunity to attend this conference. These students will participate in a forum that facilitates interaction on topics of international affairs, politics and relations. There will be representatives from all across the nation to debate, advocate and creatively present solutions to pressing international concerns, policy development and future development.
Bus 198 will run around 20-25 minutes late this afternoon.
This is a reminder that Monroe County Schools will be releasing at 1:30 on Friday, October 7th. This is a faculty senate early release day.
Event: Board Meeting Date: October 11, 2022 Time: 6:00 p.m. Location: MCTC The Board meeting scheduled for October 4, 2022 has been rescheduled to October 11, 2022. This meeting will take place at the Monroe County Technical Center.
All after school activities are canceled for Friday, September 30th.
JMHS Football game against Pikeview has been cancelled for tomorrow due to weather. We will post the date it will be made up as soon as we know!
Event: Special Board Meeting Date: September 28, 2022 Time: 6:00 p.m. Location: Board of Education. The main agenda item will be FY22 Financial Closeout.
Monroe County Schools would like to thank WVU’s Pride of West Virginia for sharing their musical talents with our students, faculty, staff, and community. This was a great day for all. We want to also thank Wyatt Thornton for the drone footage. There will be many more photos and videos of this exciting day coming.
Parents, the evening buses will be delayed due to the WVU Band performance. We anticipate them to being 20-30 minutes late.
The Pride of West Virginia, the WVU Band, will be at James Monroe High School to perform Thursday, September 22nd at 1:30 pm. We welcome the community to join us beginning at 1:00 pm. The public will not be allowed to bring any bags, backpacks, purses, boxes, etc.
Monroe County Schools would like to send a big thank you to Halla Alsabbah and her son for her cash and shoe donations. Halla is a former Monroe County student who drove from Greenville, SC to share blessings with our children.