The Magic of Monarch

The Weather

Monarchs have the opportunity to experience a rare event for South Carolina! Students enjoyed investigating the snow and the ice!

Learning on Lizard Lane

March 10, 2015

Starting at 5:15 p.m. the first stop for families is Lizard Central located in the main hallway. Science and Math Learning Labs will be available from 5:30 p.m. – 6:25 p.m.  Generously funded by PTA, learning lab materials are available for the first 250 students. The PTA Meeting followed by the Awards Ceremony will start at 6:30 p.m.  This ceremony will recognize Science Fair winners, Estimation Station winners, and Lizard Contest winners.

Learn more... | What makes a lizard special? Contest

Time to Order a Yearbook

In keeping our Monarch tradition, our yearbook will be in full color!  Yearbooks will cost $26.00 each and the deadline to purchase a book is March 20, 2015.  Placing your order now assures that your child will receive a yearbook.  We cannot guarantee availability of yearbooks after March 20, 2015. Checks should be made payable to Monarch Elementary.  If you wish to place an order, please fill out the information below, and return this form and your payment to your child’s teacher.  So that teachers can keep an accurate count of yearbooks purchased in their class, please send a separate form and separate payment for each child. Yearbook Order Form

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Science Fair Information

Participation in the Science Fair is optional. Extra credit will be given to students who complete an individual or team project. Science Projects are due on Thursday, March 5, 2014.

Informational Packet for Participating Monarchs
Science Fair Presentation for Monarchs
Science Projects: Start to Finish

Science Fair Presentation

Each third grade class will complete a class project at school. Judges will select one class project to go to Roper Mountain Science Center to compete at the district level. Third graders may do a team project (2-6 students) or an individual project or choose not to participate.

Fourth graders may do a team project (2-6 students) or an individual project or choose not to participate. One team project will be selected by judges to go to Roper Mountain Science Center to compete at the district level. Fifth graders may do a team project (2-6 students) or an individual project or choose not to participate. One team project and one individual project will be selected by judges to go to Roper Mountain Science Center to compete at the district level.

RISING 6th GRADE STUDENTS and PARENT CURRICULUM NIGHTS
Click here for Middle School Information
| Hughes Academy- Feb. 23rd 5:30-6:30

"MAIN STREET, SOUTH CAROLINA"
"Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful', our award-winning photographer's work has been on display at the Columbia Museum of Art. The exhibition showcases student photography capturing “main drag” streetscapes in counties across the state. The exhibition travels to Washington, D.C., where it will be installed in Senator Lindsay Graham’s Capitol Hill offices.

 

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