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The Vision Planning Work Group met to review your comments and identified 4 possible options for a Vision Statement. Please vote for 1 phrase.


News from the Principal

Dear Monkton Families,

Hello!  It is amazing to think that we have finished our first trimester of the school year.  Report cards are going home today.  Please review the information provided by our teachers.  This communication is important to your child’s academic, social, and emotional growth. 

To maintain security of our building, I have requested that teachers lock their doors at night when they leave.  Students need to remember to take belongings:  homework, lunch boxes, etc., when they leave the classroom at the end of the day.  Yes, we are teaching and practicing responsibility.

 Our Monkton School Board has had some changes recently.  Sarah Rougier  has stepped down from her position as a school board director after several years of service.  Thank you to Sarah for her commitment to our school and our students.  I am happy to share with you that Andy Letourneau has joined our school board, effective 11/22/16.   Andy has been a regular attendee at school board meetings so he is already familiar with the board’s work.  Welcome Andy!

On Wednesday 12/7, there will be a Mt. Abe draft budget presentation at 6:00 pm in the Bristol Elementary School cafeteria.  Our Monkton draft budget presentation will begin at 7:00, or right after the Mt. Abe presentation.  We hope the community will attend.

 Yesterday our December All-School Meeting, facilitated by Ms. Esterline, was all about community.  Stephanie Murray and her student volunteers fostered excitement for our MCS Food Drive.  You will find additional information about the food drive in this newsletter.  What a great way to support our community!  

 We also had Eugene Doyle from the Last Resort Farm visit us to share the "Farming in Monkton" writing contest details.  We hope many students in grades 3-6 will take the challenge and explain why farming is so vital to our Monkton community. Our Monkton town librarian, Deb Chamberlin, joined us to share the summer reading book awards.   Thank you to our community partners for joining our school meeting.    



Betsy Knox



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