New Morning Helpers at MES


Assist 4K and 5K students at breakfast

Special to The Union Times



Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Tiarra Richmond and Annalyse Dunn are the new Morning Helpers at Monarch Elementary School. The young ladies assist 4K and 5K students with breakfast procedures and with opening food and beverage containers.


MONARCH — The youngest students at Monarch Elementary School who eat breakfast there will get some help from the school’s two newest Morning Helpers.

In a press issued Tuesday, Monarch Elementary School announced that the school’s Physical Education Teacher Coach Bob Chesier has selected Tiarra Richmond and Annalyse Dunn to serve as Morning Helpers for the first and second semesters of the 2016-2017 school year.

The press release states that these young ladies assist 4K and 5K students with breakfast procedures and opening food and beverage containers before school begins each day.

The press release concludes by offering “congratulations to these civic minded young students for their willingness to help others in their school.”

Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Tiarra Richmond and Annalyse Dunn are the new Morning Helpers at Monarch Elementary School. The young ladies assist 4K and 5K students with breakfast procedures and with opening food and beverage containers.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_thumbnail_DSC02414-1.jpgPhoto courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Tiarra Richmond and Annalyse Dunn are the new Morning Helpers at Monarch Elementary School. The young ladies assist 4K and 5K students with breakfast procedures and with opening food and beverage containers.
Assist 4K and 5K students at breakfast

Special to The Union Times

This story courtesy of Monarch Elementary School.

This story courtesy of Monarch Elementary School.

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