Next School Year on the Minds of Monmouth-Roseville Board

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With the end of another school year in sight, the Monmouth-Roseville Board of Education is already preparing for the next school year, informs Superintendent Ed Fletcher:

“I gave the Board an update on our curriculum materials that we have purchased to give them an understanding of our core curricular areas, really putting a term we use in our world, a guaranteed Bible curriculum together, so we know that a teacher in second grade and the same teacher in another room in second grade are using the same material. The Board approved Central Intermediate and the Junior High’s membership in the IESA for next year and also the High School’s membership in the IHSA. In my report to the Board, I talked to them about planning for next school year. We have our backpack night planned. It will be Tuesday, August 20th. The Junior High will start at 4:30 pm, Lincoln will start at 5 pm, Harding will start at 5:15 pm, Central will start at 5:30 pm, and the High School at 5:45 pm.”

Meanwhile, graduation for the Class of 2024 at Monmouth-Roseville High School will be 1 pm Sunday, May 26th at Monmouth College.

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