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PTSO Drawing Winners for November

Congratulations to the winners of the November Monarch PTSO (Parent Teacher Student Organization) drawing. Aston Horton (Parking spot for a whole month!) and Steven and Justin Langer ($20 Coyote Cave gift card) Donate and you could win a $20 gift card to the Coyote Cave (the Boosters’ Spirit Store) OR …

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PTSO Drawing Winners for September!

Congratulations to the winners of the September Monarch PTSO (Parent Teacher Student Organization) drawing. Sam Gambee (Parking Spot) and Luke William (Coyote Cave Gift Card) You too can still enter to win by making a small donation to the PTSO. Just click to Donate. We pick winners every month and …

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Volunteer to Help Monarch

Coyote Parent Volunteers have come out in force and created some impressive momentum for the school year. Before school, during school, after school, and, even, on weekends our parents have been generously volunteering time, supplies and food to keep Monarch in motion. Want to be part of the success?  Click …

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Monarch PTSO Hosts Staff Kick Off Breakfast!

Bright and early on Wednesday, August 10th, the Monarch PTSO planned and coordinated the annual “Back to School” Breakfast for over 100 teachers and staff in the Monarch Library on their first day back in the building. Special thanks to Lynne McDonald Wexler and Cory Nickerson who helped me to …

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Helpful Links to Stay Connected to Monarch

Bookmark these websites to keep on track of what is coming up next at Monarch: * MoHi Calendar: ow.ly/cuKK302MwAE * MoHi Athletics Calendar: bit.ly/1NqE75v * PTSO News: www.monarchptso.org * BVSD District Calendar: ow.ly/4HSd302Mwyr The PTSO is always looking for volunteers to give as little or as much time as you can …

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Join PTSO and help make a difference at Monarch!

The PTSO Executive Board has several open positions and would love your support! The Executive Board meets once a month and holds General Meetings every quarter. We have lots of information on each open position and will help you learn the ropes. For more information, please e-mail Lynne Wexler, PTSO …

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