Homeroom Parent Stacie Boyd and Heather Tiffany Provide direct support to your student’s teachers. Plan holiday parties, decorate for special occasions, work with other grade level parents to provide a lunch for staff, and help set up your class game booth for family fun night. You can sign up in your student’s classroom at Back to School Night.
Monroe Champions Megan Doke A group of community, families, and friends committed to empowering teachers through volunteering in various ways in the classroom, library, gymnasium, and cafeteria. From leading reading groups with students to helping put up a bulletin board and everything in between, we get to come alongside our Monroe teachers and partner with them on a consistent basis to encourage, empower and champion our educators as they invest in our students! You fill out a background check, watch a 15 minute FERPA video on your phone, tell Megan your availability (i.e. twice a month for an hour; every Thursday at 9am in my child's class etc...) and we will get you started! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
FundraisingCydney Lee This year, we will put the FUN back in Fundraising! We will re-establish "Monroe" nights at various businesses and continue our sponsorship campaign. Those with fundraising, sales or organizational skills are needed!
Jog-a-thonJenn Jobson, Jennifer Frikken and Kendra Augustine Mustang Gallop- Monroe's annual jogathon will be held October 3rd. Planning will include getting donations, putting together packets, serving snacks and cheering on students.
ReflectionsGretchen Clark PTA Reflectionsis a nationally acclaimed student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity in the classroom and at home. This art contest will be held in the fall and volunteer opportunities include promotion, organizing artwork and judges, awards and recognition event. The 2017-2018 theme is Within Reach.
Holiday MarketDebbie Heyck A shopping opportunity for your student to select and purchase holiday gifts for the family. This event is held during the school day. Planning begins in September, with the event in December. We utilize and outside vendor to provide store item and gift wrap supplies. Volunteers are needed as shopping and gift wrapping assistants and cashiers.
Family Fun NightAllison Starke and Paige Tedesco Monroe’s annual school dinner and carnival which will be held in March. Planning begins late fall and includes decorations, publicity, prizes, donations, dinner, volunteer coordination and concessions.
Teacher AppreciationCarolina Cunningham Help us encourage and thank our teachers on a monthly basis and help coordinate our national teacher appreciation week in May. We are always grateful for fun ideas as we all appreciate our teachers so much!
30 Minute Matters Casey Cole Help teachers with preparing materials so that they can spend more time preparing lessons and grading, or maybe even getting a little rest. Some of the things we do are: laminating, copying, book binding, cutting, stapling, pencil sharpening, collating, and tearing pages out of workbooks.
Sharing TreeDebbie Heyck A schoolwide clothing and book exchange that takes place twice a year, during fall and spring P/T conferences.
BoxtopsAnnamarie Slater We clip, count, and earn money for Monroe! Each box top that is clipped and turned in becomes 10 cents for us! Our goal was $1500 for this school year.
Last Day of School Abbey Billingsley, Sarah Hartsock and Allison Ray New this year! Help plan and coordinate school-wide last day of school events.