Monroe One has been working throughout the weekend to get clear and updated information from state officials on the guidelines for schools when it comes to wearing a mask starting tomorrow, June 7. We were informed on Sunday by the State Education Department that there is no change to guidance for schools. This means all students, staff, and visitors will still need to wear a mask when on school property and in our buildings.
Welding students were recognized for their hard work by the American Welding Society this week, turning a canceled event into a new celebration.
Area high school students in the Eastern Monroe Career Center’s Emergency Services class recently tackled the first two requirements for becoming certified EMTs, with 9 out of the 10 students passing their New York State Practical Skills Exam held at the public training facility at Monroe Community College.
Students in the Bird Elementary School had the opportunity to experience an Ellis Island simulation, as staff transformed the Teacher Resource Library into the historical site.
Students in the SELF program spend their day at the museum. Half of their day is spent in an internship throughout different parts of the museum. The second half of the day is spent in the classroom where they work on the skills they learn through their internship.