Monroe County Middle School
600 South Main Street
Tompkinsville, KY  42167
Phone: 270-487-9624
Fax: 270-487-9534

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6th Grade Camp Middle

The Monroe County Youth Services Center will once again host Camp Middle for our incoming 6th grade students on July 29 and July 30.

Registration will be on July 30 from 8:00-5:00. Orientation will be that same day, July 30, at 1:00 at the middle school. We look forward to meeting you and answering any questions you may have. If you cannot attend orientation, we are available to answer questions on an individual basis.

The note that was sent home to all incoming 6th graders can be found here.

Racing to the Future Winner

Traveling trophy presentation for STLP Racing to the Future repeat champion, Jonah Ford.  We are so proud of Jonah for making history as the only student who has ever won two consecutive years.  Congratulations!!


8th Grade Graduation

Eight grade graduation will be held on Wednesday, May 27 at 9:00 in the gym. It will also be shown live on Channel 16 and SCRTC Channel 94.


Exercise your right to vote on Tuesday, May 19th, and remember those who served our country on Monday, May 25th.

6th Grade Receive Friends and Family CPR Training

Mrs. Sandy England, RN and Family Resource District Contact for the Monroe County School System recently provided a training for all of our 6th grade students. The students were trained how to access a situation, instruct someone to call 911 and get an AED, and perform hands only CPR. The students worked with Mrs. England and Mrs. Kim Smith during this 3 day training. Students did not get an actual certification for CPR but were given a CPR Friends and Family Hands Only participation and completion card. These students were trained in Mrs. Cleary's health class.

Mrs. Cleary said, "I was so proud of the interest level of the students and how hard they worked during the training. They went through a checklist and did everything they were trained to do. I feel confident if they were in a crisis situation they could help someone if there were no other qualified people around."

The students know the basics and they have had three days of practice. The hands only CPR is part of the new training, where students give compressions only. They delivered 100 compressions per minute with the knowledge that a victim would have enough oxygen in their tissues to be able to respond to this type of CPR successfully.

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WKU Center for Gifted Studies

Opportunities await students during the summer. Check out the following websites for more information.

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Information for 8th Graders

A note is being sent home with 8th graders outlining what is happening at the end of the school year.

*Freshman orientation- Thursday,  April 30 in the commons area at the High School.  It is suggested that each student and a parent or guardian attend.  

*8th grade field trip- May 8 will be going to see a movie. Cost of the trip is $10 which includes transportation, ticket, small popcorn and drink. Please pay by May 7.

*8th grade cookout and field day- Tuesday, May 26 after graduation practice.  Students are asked to contribute $5 to cover meal and beverages. Please turn in money by May 20.

*“Class of 2019” T-shirt will be printed. The cost is $6. Please turn in money by May 8.

*Graduation- Wednesday, May 27 at 9:00 a.m. in the MCMS gym.  Students will follow the school’s dress code which means dresses should be close to the knee and should have sleeves.  This is a very special occasion and jeans are not the best choice, but if they do wear jeans, they should not be faded with any holes or frays.  Also, males will wear their shirts tucked.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Ashlee McClendon.

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Workplace Wellness

  The Monroe County School system initiated a workplace wellness plan, Spring Break Walkout, in which walking paths were measured and posters with directions were placed at each school. Employees were encouraged to walk before or after school or during their lunch break. For every mile walked, they would put a star by their name on a board. Small prizes were given to the winners, those that walked the most miles, and to all those that participated. Employees took advantage of walking paths and the friendly competition to see who would get the most stars.

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