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About Monroeton Elementary

Excitement is in the air around Monroeton Elementary School! We are a Title I school, fully equipped with 21st century learning classrooms for all K-5th grade students. Technology is used to enhance instruction, make learning interactive, and give students the ability to demonstrate new skills needed for life-long learning in an ever-changing world. Our PBIS program will bring school, families, and the community together to support the teaching and learning of successful school behavior for all students.

Monroeton Elementary

8081 US 158

Reidsville, NC 27320

Phone: 336-634-3280

Fax: 336-634-3043

 

Office Hours: 8:00-4:00pm 

Student Hours: 7:45am-2:45pm

Grades Served: Pre K-5

Mascot: Mustang

Colors: Blue and White

Motto: PRIDE

Administrative Staff

Principal - Misty Slade

Assistant Principal - Judy Sizemore

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PBIS

Our PRIDE motto helps us remember to be... 

P=Positive;

R=Respectful;

I=I will do my best;

D=Do kind things;

E=Everyone safe

 

Click HERE to visit our PBIS website

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Mission

Mission

Mission Statement

The mission of Monroeton Elementary School is to meet the needs of all 21st century learners through diverse educational opportunities.

452

Students

65%

White

19%

African-American

11%

Hispanic

5%

Multi

1%

Other

 

The staff at Monroeton Elementary is committed to do “whatever it takes” to educate, inspire and develop the uniqueness of each child.

Instructional Programs at Monroeton:

  • MTSS and PBIS Tiered Support Systems

  • Differentiated Instruction

  • Project Based Learning

  • Balanced Literacy

  • K-2 Fundations

  • Explicit Text to Reader Instruction

  • Character Education

  • Cultural Arts

Letters from our Administration

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Letter from our Principal

Dear Monroeton Elementary Families,

 

I am excited to have the opportunity to serve the students, staff, and families of the Monroeton community. I enjoyed my previous 4 years here as the assistant principal. I built a lot of relationships with students, staff and families and I look forward to reconnecting with everyone during this upcoming school year.

 

I am beginning my 21st year as an educator, with 19 of those being in Rockingham County. I began my teaching career in 2003 at Draper Elementary School and I also taught at Williamsburg Elementary School. I served as Assistant Principal at Holmes Middle School and Monroeton Elementary School. Most recently, I served as Assistant Principal at Pilot Elementary with Guilford County Schools.

 

I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in education from Appalachian State University and my Master’s degree from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. I furthered my education at Appalachian State University where I earned my administrative degree.
 

On a personaI note, I reside in Reidsville with my husband and two children who both attend Rockingham County Schools. I am looking forward to the school year and serving the students, staff, and families as we are "striving for more in 2024!

 

Sincerely,  

Misty Slade

Principal

Letter from our Assistant Principal

Hello! I am a native of Eden, NC, have two daughters (Hailie, 23 and Leah, 13), a son-in-law (Mark), and a four month old granddaughter (Kynslei Jude).  I graduated from Greensboro College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education, from North Carolina A&T State University in 2014 with a Master of Arts in Elementary Education and added K-12 AIG Licensure in 2019.  I am currently a member of the RCS/UNCG Principal Preparation cohort with a graduation date of May, 2024 to obtain a Master of School Administration.

 

My career in education began in 2007 at Draper Elementary School as a teacher assistant. I then taught grades 3-5 at Williamsburg and Douglass Elementary Schools from 2009-2020 before becoming the Instructional Coach/AIG teacher at Lincoln Elementary School.

 

My passion for elementary school comes from my own elementary school teachers that helped instill a foundational love for learning in me. One teacher and two teacher assistants in particular provided not only academic support but also social and emotional support that inspired me to pay it forward. Nurturing children and building positive relationships early on sets the stage for lifelong motivation and success. I always wanted to be the teacher that students positively remember. As an Assistant Principal, I am excited to make an even larger impact in Rockingham County Schools by inspiring teachers to desire the same and grow our students to their utmost potential!”

 

I am very honored and excited to be a part of the Mustang family as I serve the Monroeton Elementary students, staff, and community as the assistant principal this school year.

Sincerely,  

Judy Sizemore

Assistant Principal

Letters from Administration

Monroeton PTO

PTO

To view Monroeton's School Improvement plan, go to:

NC Star website: http://www.indistar.org  

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Our school report card can be reviewed via NC School Report Cards

School Leadership Team

We value dependable and approachable leaders who embrace teamwork. Our leaders are committed to education and its changes. The leaders are representative of the school, the parents, and the community.

The administration maintains open communication and is receptive to ideas. The School Leadership Team works cooperatively to make decisions regarding the organization of time, curriculum needs, programming, and personnel.  There is also direct communication between the central office and Monroeton Elementary School.

 

School Leadership Team Members Include:

  • Administrator: Misty Slade

  • Administrator: Judy Sizemore

  • Classified: Foster

  • Counselor; MTSS/PBIS Leader: Anna Isaacs

  • EC: Tiffany Huskey

  • Enhancement: Steven Wray

  • IC / AIG: Andrea Cox

  • Media: Brittni Ward

  • Title I: Deidre Courts

  • PK: Julie Matjeko

  • K: Shikela Harris

  • 1st: Jill Nolker

  • 2nd: Marsha Lipford

  • 3rd: Tina Sawyers

  • 4th: Jennifer Wray

  • 5th: Rebecca Isley

School Improvement Plan

The Parent/Teacher Organization is an excellent way for parents to become involved and support the activities of the school.  The PTO supports the children by becoming involved in many aspects of the school. Periodically, the PTO will sponsor fundraisers in an effort to provide extra instructional supplies for the classrooms, additional activities and programs for the children, rewards and incentives for a variety of activities, etc. 

 

At Monroeton Elementary, we take great pride in our PTO. This is one organization in which parents and teachers can work together in an effort to make our school better. Through this organization, we have many working committees. Whether or not you can help during the school day does not matter.  We will find a way to put your special interests or talents to work. If you are interested in becoming involved, contact the PTO, monroetonpto@gmail.com.  It is never too late to become involved.  

 

PTO Officers

President: Ashlie Lovelace

Vice Presidents: Robin Williamson & Priscilla Mosley


Visit on FacebooK: https://www.facebook.com/Monroeton-Elementary-PTA-1510728862379639/

School Improvement Plan
School Report Card
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