Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Monroe Elementary School is in 4th Place!

Today’s Guest Writer is Monroe Elementary School Principal Lori Burns
Each year, a Janesville school will be selected to participate in the Calling All Communities Campaign through US Cellular for a chance to win up to $150,000.   The community support gained this year for Monroe Elementary School will carry forward in the years to come. This is a joint effort by the community and the School District of Janesville to support just ONE SCHOOL each year.   
As of yesterday, Monroe Elementary School was in 4th place overall in the entire United States.  We need to keep the momentum building and gain further support!  To do this, we are asking you to simply share this information.  When we win, the staff at Monroe Elementary School will aim to enhance our classrooms with 21st century technology, including SmartBoards, iPads and mobile computer labs. 

Many local businesses have already displayed posters and many are passing out flyers in their business to show their support. Local restaurants are sending our brochures out with their deliveries and companies are displaying VOTE MONROE or HELP MONROE WIN $150,000 on their outdoor marquis signs.  Channel 3 News is visiting Monroe School to do a story on our efforts.  Local Vision TV has been a huge supporter.  The Janesville Gazette is helping to spread the word. We appreciate all of the support we have already received from the community.
To VOTE MONROE, please visit US Cellular store and grab a voting card, register online and vote for Monroe Elementary School in Janesville, WI 53545.  Find Monroe school by searching the zip code 53545, click on Monroe, then click "vote for us".  You will be prompted to register at this time.  I know you will see other area schools as well, however please remember that this is a joint effort by the community and the School District of Janesville to support just ONE SCHOOL each year. This year is the year for MONROE!

1 comment:

  1. Please, please vote! It would mean the world to a school of kids that are doing their best for their school.

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