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The Great Grown Up Spelling Bee – Save the Date

January 12, 2012  |  news
The Great Grown Up Spelling Bee - Save the Date

2011 Spelling Champions - The WTIU Super Grovers

Save the date – Thursday, August 23, 2012 for 
The Great Grown Up Spelling Bee 
Please mark your calendars and have your teams start preparing for the our 3rd annual Great Grown Up Spelling Bee.   Information on sponsorships and entering a team click here. 

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Congratulations to our 2011 winners:

First Place – WTIU Super Grovers

Second Place – The Solution Tree Queen Bees

Third Place – Cassady Electric

Click here to view last year’s event

MCCSC Super Dr. Judith DeMuth to give State of the School Corporation address

January 11, 2012  |  news

The public has an opportunity to hear about some of the things happening at MCCSC during an upcoming State of the School Corporation address. The event, sponsored by the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce and the Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools, takes place at
7:30 a.m., Thursday at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center, 122 S. Walnut St.
Judy DeMuth, superintendent at Monroe County Community School Corp., will give the address which will cover a number of topics including student and staff safety, referendum accountability and longer school days.
This is the first time a superintendent from MCCSC has given a…

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Schools’ foundation fundraiser a virtual party this year

December 15, 2011  |  news

Each year, members of the Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools and the community throw on their party shoes and ring in the new year during the foundation’s annual gala fundraiser.

This year, the foundation is doing things a little different by asking community members to stay home and instead take part in a virtual party aimed at both raising funds and promoting reading.
“We just thought everybody is so busy at New Year’s, maybe this is an opportunity to promote reading and have a fundraiser at the same time,” said foundation executive director Sara Neeley. “And everybody’s invited!”
“I’d Rather Be Reading!”…

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