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Family Resource Center

Last Updated: 2/28/2019 1:50 PM

Welcome to the Wayne County Cardinal Family Resource Page

Serving the students and families of Monticello Elementary!


Leslie Randall, Family Resource Center Coordinator

Lisa Roberts, Community Education Director

Family Resource Centers exist to reduce non-cognitive barriers to learning.  Our mission is to connect families to needed resources within the community to ensure all children are able to succeed in school.  If you believe we can be of service to your family please contact us at 348-6211.


Reading Connection Newsletter

September: English, Español

A voracious vocabulary: EnglishEspañol

November: English, Español
December: English, Español


Upcoming Activities

The Family Resource Center, in conjunction with the 21st Century program is sponsoring the STEM Mobile Hands-On Museum.  This program will allow students the experience of visiting a Science Museum in the convenience of their own school.  We look forward to an exciting day of learning as all students will get to participate in the museum on February 3rd and 4th, 2015.

We will need some parent volunteers on these days, so if you would like to have a firsthand experience of the excitement please contact the Family Resource Center at 348-6211.



My Coke Rewards

The Family Resource Center is also collecting Coke lids and codes from Coke products.  The rewards program is changing so that we will receive a cash reimbursement for codes that are submitted.  You can drop off Coke lids at the Family Resource Center at Monticello Elementary or there is a box near the front office where you can deposit the lids and codes.

Additionally, we collect labels from Tyson products; we receive $0.14 cents for each label that is submitted.

Monies from both programs will be used to purchase materials that will benefit students and/or teachers at Monticello Elementary.


Early Childhood Newsletter


Afterschool Activities

     Fifth grade students at Monticello Elementary have a great opportunity to participate in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning through afterschool robotics.  After building and learning to program their robots, students can modify there robots and program them for the sumobot challenge.