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Parent & Student Resources

On this page you will find a number of resources to help you navigate the school system as well as important forms, enrollment information, and student programs. Click on a thumbnail below for more information.

Quick Links

Links and Resources

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Alert Now

Rockingham County Schools utilizes the Alert Now: Connect 5 Phone Notification Service.

​Your child’s school will be utilizing the Alert Now service for: 

  • Back to School                       

  • Special Events

  • End of Grade Testing Dates    

  • Make Up School Day Reminder

  • Emergency Messages

The district will be utilizing the Alert Now service for:

  • Weather Related Information                                 

  • Emergency Messages  

  • Other Important Information                                                                                                                           

To update your primary and emergency contact information, please call your child’s school.


To receive a replay of school and district messages sent to your phone, call 1-855-4-REPLAY or 1-855-473-7529.


Anyone who accidentally opted out of their RCS/school automated phone calls can easily opt back in. Call 855-502-7867 and select option 2. The call MUST be made from the opt-in phone number, which means schools cannot add a phone number for families.  We don't want you to miss any important messages!

Alert Now
Read to Achieve
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Read to Achieve

Read To Achieve is a part of the Excellent Schools Act passed into NC law in July 2012 and applies to all schools beginning 2013-2014 school year. Read To Achieve focuses on preparing students to be proficient readers by the end of 3rd grade. Click the link below to learn more about Read to Achieve as well as other elementary resources. 

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Useful Links

The following are links that many parents and students find useful throughout the year.

Useful Links
Parent Involvement
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Parent Involvement

Parents are an important part of education at Monroeton Elementary School.  Parents help in a variety of ways including helping individual students, supplementing instruction in content areas, and complementing ongoing curriculum.  Parents help enhance and support both teachers and students, especially when the students head home. Parents extend classroom learning into the home to help students at Monroeton Elementary receive the best education.


Monroeton Elementary School would not be as strong without the help of the community.  Community members are always welcome to come and volunteer at anytime. Monroeton is always in need of volunteers who are willing to offer financial, emotional, and physical support, especially from businesses, environmental, and community groups.

Title I Parent Involvement Policy

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Parent Resources

Below are a number of kid-friendly websites that parents and students can use to compliment their classroom learning.

Overdrive Digital Library -

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Rockingham County Public Library


NC Wise Owl

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Kid Friendly Websites:

Here are some websites that you can visit that will help you explore, learn and have fun. There are also many games to play!

Kid-Friendly Sites
Volunteer Resources
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Homework Assistance Line (HAL)


Rockingham County Schools’ Homework Assistance Line (“HAL”) is served by licensed teachers for students in grades K-12.  Students or parents may call and have a teacher help them work out problems or explain assignments in core and advanced subject areas. 


Days / Hours of Operation:

Monday-Thursday  4:00 pm – 8:00 pm, beginning in September after Labor Day and ending one week before End-of-Grade Tests.


The Homework Assistance Line is closed every teacher workday, holiday, day before a holiday and when schools are closed or released early due to bad weather.


Be There

Be There

Be There is a multimedia campaign designed to inspire families to become more involved in their children's education.


The Idea Behind the Be There Campaign

Constant inspirational reminders to Be There for children that will change behaviors and make connecting with children the new norm throughout our nation.


Be There Goals:

  • To improve student achievement through increased family involvement.

  • To align parent activities with state/district goals.

  • To support educators by making it easier for parents to become effective partners.

  • To show families that simple, easy connections with children make a huge difference.


For more information on Be There, visit their website at


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