The Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools engages community support to inspire learning, enrich teaching, and enhance educational opportunities for all MCCSC students.
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Congratulations to our 2014-2015 Grant Winners!
The Foundation will hold its annual Grant Reception on March 11 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the Showers Building. The event will begin with hor d’oeuvres and a showcase for a selection of previous grant winners to display their enriching projects. Solution Tree CEO Jeff Jones will deliver the keynote address. The Foundation will then present awards to the 2014-2015 grant winners. The following grants will be awarded:
Elementary Library Grants:
Binford’s Top 10: Binford Elementary School
Serious about Series: Summit Elementary School
The Journey Begins With A Book: Templeton Elementary School, Childs Elementary School & University Elementary School
The Earth and All Its…
The Foundation’s scholarship program for the 2014-2015 school year is now open.
Please click on the Scholarships tab for a complete listing of all scholarships and awards available to MCCSC high school students.
Award winners will be announced during high school award ceremonies.
Up to third grade children are learning to read. After third grade they are reading to learn.
Real Men Read is an early childhood literacy program designed to help kindergarten students learn to read. MENtors are assigned to a kindergarten classroom for the school year. They go to the classroom one time a month for five months and read to the students. They work on vocabulary, fluency, and the kids get to know a MENtor in our community who values literacy and education. Every kindergarten child receives a copy of the books to take home and read with their family.
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A huge THANK YOU to all who participated in this year’s Reading, Writing, & Bidding! The auction was a great success thanks to all of you. We can’t thank you enough for supporting educational opportunities for the students in our community.