Inclement Weather Make-up Schedule
Snow Day Make-up Day
#1 Snow Day, 12.06: January 20th
#2 Snow Day, 12.09: February 17th
#3 Snow Day, 12.10: May 22nd
#4 Snow Day, 12.13: May 23rd
#5 Snow Day, 01.06: February 14th
#6 Snow Day, 01.07: March 17th
#7 Snow Day, 01.09: April 21st
#8 Snow Day, 02.04: March 31st
#9 Snow Day, 02.05: March 14th (Early Dismissal)
#10 Snow Day, 03.04: April 18th (Early Dismissal)
Last day of school: May 23rd (Early Dismissal)
WELCOME TO MONETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL!
Grade Levels: Pre-K - Second
Susie Gasser, Principal (email@example.com)
Sarah Garner, Asst. Principal (firstname.lastname@example.org)
601 Learning Lane
Monett, MO 65708
Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm
Instructional School Day: 8:05am - 3:00pm
CUB RUN 5K 1 mile walk: April 26, 2014
Don't miss out on this great event! Check out the website listed below for all the information you need to participate...
You won't want to miss out!
Cub Pride - February 28th, 2014
We need you!!!! Mark this date on your calendars-April 26th! That is the date of the 2nd Annual Cub Run sponsored by our MES PTO, and we want you to be a part of it! The run will be a 5k/1 mi. run/walk beginning at 8:30 a.m. with registration opening at 7:30 a.m. at the entrance to the elementary school. The proceeds will support the Monett Elementary Parent Teacher Organization-100% of the profits will directly benefit MES students and staff!!
Our PTO generously assists with funding portions of the annual field trips taken by each grade level as well as showing support and appreciation to teachers throughout the year with quarterly luncheons or breakfasts. This organization also funds our annual Field Day for students during the last week of school. Each year PTO organizes two book fairs that provide hundreds of additional books for classrooms and is also able to provide teachers with extra money for classroom supplies and materials. Many PTO volunteers also assist weekly in the building with clerical tasks for teachers that free up plan time for those teachers to spend analyzing student data, working on lesson plans, meeting with students, etc. Proceeds from the Cub Run will also go toward the annual Family Fun Fest held each fall.
Cub Run registration forms will be distributed to students on each campus and will also be available in the MES office for pick up. Cost is $25, with no cost to children 10. All pre-registrations need to be returned to the MES office by April 12th (601 Learning Lane). Each pre-registration will include an official Cub Run t-shirt, and each participant will get a medal. Additional shirts can be purchased for $10 when you pre-register. Cash prizes will be awarded, and healthy snacks will be provided. This would be a great time to start a healthy tradition with your family and benefit MES students at the same time!
MES students celebrated the office staff by dressing up in rockin' outfits!
Yearbooks for sale!
Elementary School (K-6) yearbooks are now available to order. Order forms will be coming home with students next week. The cost of a basic yearbook is $16, with upgrade options available at extra cost. Yearbooks may be ordered via mail or online. To order online, go to ybpay.lifetouch.com and use the yearbook ID code: 10424514.
Pre-school and kindergarten screenings at Monett Elementary School will be held Feb. 28th; also - March 26th and 28th. The screening team will check motor skills, speech and language skills, concept development, vision and hearing. You may call 235-3411 to schedule an appointment.
Student of the Week February 24, 2014
Student of the Week February 17, 2014
Monett Elementary selected students to be named Students of the Week on 2/17/14. Front Row: Zoey Lynn, Serenity Laning & David Mecino. Back Row: Alexis Calzada, Jeronimo Cruz, Daniela Mecino & Jaden Taylor. Absent from photo: Ryan Frazier & Rylee Poole
Recognize our Local Teachers
Please nominate a local Teacher of the Month
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The winning teacher will receive $250 for classroom use, a special recognition plaque,and a featured article/photo in the Monett Times.
At MES, we envision a safe environment that works in partnership with our community to ensure student success in the following ways:
*Implementing a school-wide positive behavior support system
*Continually celebrating student/staff success across all areas
*Focusing professional development on specific needs of staff and students
*Providing differentiated, data-driven instruction
*Active involvement in school-sponsored activities