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  • Scholastic Book Fair

    The Book Fair is coming! Beginning next week, April 25th through May 2nd, the Scholastic Book Fair will be open in our media center from 8:30 AM- 3:30 PM. On Wednesday evening, the 27th, our PTA Fashion Show will take place along the library hallway at 6:00 PM and the Book Fair will be open that evening until 7:00.Kids are more likely to read if they own books, so bring your child and make your selections! 

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    Volunteers Needed

    Please consider volunteering for proctoring the EOG.  We need several proctors for the following dates:   May 26, May 27, May 31, and June 1st.  Please go to the following website and complete an online application.  https://appgarden2.app-garden.com/VolTrackNC190.nsf Please contact Mrs. Gregory (mgregory@chatham.k12.nc.us) if you have any questions or concerns.  

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  • Read Across America Week at Moncure

    In celebration of Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Week, Mrs. Norman has sponosored some fun daily activities for Moncure School.  On Monday, in honor of Cat in the Hat, students were able to wear hats to school.  On Tuesday, in honor of Fox in Socks , students were encouraged to wear crazy socks.  On Wednesday, in honor of Wacky Wednesday, students were encouraged to wear mixedmatched clothes.  On Thursday, in honor of Oh, the Places You Will Go, students are encouraged to dress like what they want to be when they grow up.   On Friday, in honor of The Lorax, students are encouraged to wear a mustache.  Thank you all for your participation.

     Crazy Socks

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  • ReadQuest from Coast to Coast on February 26, 2016

          K-5th grade students at Moncure School participated in ReadQuest, a nationwide reading event on Friday, February 26, 2016. They joined more than 12,000 educators and tens of thousands of students in Renaissance Learning’s annual one-day reading celebration that encouraged K–12 students to read and share their discoveries.

           Students read books and took Accelerated Reader comprehension quizzes on what they had read to contribute to the national reading effort. On the ReadQuest website, students were able to see their quizzes count toward the national books-read ticker, the top books and articles read in each state, prize winners, and user-submitted posts, tweets, and photos.

          Approximately 125 students from our school took part in the shared effort.  We successfully read and passed quizzes on 276 books. Nationally, all participants read 3,763,408 books. All students who read books and passed quizzes received a Certificate of National Participation.

          “ReadQuest was a great event for our students,” said MJ Gregory. “They loved seeing their Accelerated Reader quizzes count toward the national books-read ticker. ReadQuest supported our mission of promoting reading growth and our students gained valuable reading practice. We’re so proud of all our students.”

          Renaissance Learning’s Accelerated Reader 360 is a K–12 program that engages students in personalized independent reading practice and close reading of nonfiction articles. The web-based program provides over 175,000 independent reading quizzes and 1,200 high-interest nonfiction articles.

    ReadQuest

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  • Renaissance Home Connect for Parents

     

    If you would like to see your child's progress on Accelerated Reader,  please visit the following webstite,  Renaissance Home Connect .  You will need to enter your child's user name and password. 


    If you have questions about this email or Renaissance Home Connect, please contact Ms. Gregory at mgregory@chatham.k12.nc.us .
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Principal's Message

  • Greetings from Moncure School,

    I wish to personally welcome you to our school and to our website. The 2015-2016 school year will be an exciting opportunity for our students and staff to demonstrate growth and achieve success.

    Moncure School has an outstanding heritage and reputation for dedicated teachers and effective instruction. The community is extremely supportive of the school culture and is keenly interested in school events and activities. Our proximity to the Raleigh metro area ensures that our families have access to numerous cultural, educational, and historic sites. Nearby Jordan Lake State Recreational Park offers a multitude of outdoor activities.

    We believe that every student can and should be prepared for college and career readiness and are committed to helping our students meet this goal. We believe we must:

    • Be excellent in all ways.

    • Make failure unacceptable.

    • Celebrate victories large and small.

    • Raise the bar now.

    Thank you for your interest in Moncure School. If I can be of assistance to you, please contact me. I encourage you to be a part of our community.

    Sincerely,

    Kaye Clark

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