There are many experiences students are missing out on during the pandemic. But instead of focusing on what they’re not doing, the cosmetology class at EMCC began looking at creative ways to add to their class. For Rush-Henrietta CSD student Kelaijah Johnson, it was a common class project that led to a mannequin matrimony.
Creekside is proud to present the Third Annual Shelley’s Closet Fashion Show! Models were dressed head-to-toe in the latest fashion, outfits they picked out and put together from the closet - which is free for Monroe One students, staff and families.
It has been a year since students first moved to remote learning. In that time, teachers and students have embraced new technology, techniques, and terminology in their lessons. For students in the New Vision Education Professions program, they have seen the process from both sides of the desk.
Monroe One has made its Communicable Disease Continuation of Operations Plan available online for the community to review. The plan will be posted for 30 days for public review and comment before being approved by the Board of Education and posted on the Monroe One website.