The Montrose PTO works in conjunction with Central Ohio owned Office City Express to offer School Supply Kits for sale.
You can find the kits for sale by clicking HERE. The sale goes through May 31st and the School Supply Kits will be delivered to Montrose, prior to school starting for the next academic year.
Thanks to Office City Express for offering this one stop shop.
Tuesday, May 24th, is Montrose Fun Day. Students will take part in fun games & activities out on the Montrose Playground in two shifts, with the grades K-3 going in the morning and rounding up with grades 4-6 after lunch.
Mr. Strait is still in desperate need of volunteers, especially during the afternoon shift. Parents are encouraged to check out the Sign Up Genius that has been created by Clicking HERE and sign up for a shift, or even just show up in the afternoon. Mr. Strait can then give you the details on how you can help out.
The Montrose PTO held the 2016 Montrose Elementary School Talent Show on the evening of Friday, May 6th, in the Montrose Gym.
There was a great lineup of talented Montrose students. The night started with the gym so quiet you could hear a pin drop, as a kindergarten student performed a whistling montage of classics: from the National Anthem, to a theme from Star Wars and then ending with Linus & Lucy. Then as a finale the gym got wild, when a few gentlemen from 4th grade had everybody walking their way, with a spectacular hip-hop, break dancing routine. Between those bookend performances were amazing dancers, singers, musicians, martial artists, magicians, readers and yo-yo tricks!
It was a fine evening of performing arts, by a group of very talented Montrose students.
Thursday, April 28, 2016 Montrose Elementary hosted the Spring Arts Festival. The school was transformed into a gallery of student art work from throughout the school year and there was performing arts, in the gym and music room. Folks from all over the community showed up for the event.
During the Spring Arts Festival, the Montrose PTO fired up the grills and hosted a cookout. Meals were available for purchase, at a price of $5 each, which included your choice of hot dog, hamburger or cheeseburger with chips, fruit and a drink.
Thanks to Mark Grant and Jessica Shipe for planning this portion of the evening and all the volunteers that kept the grills cooking and the food being served.