• We wanted to reach our and say how much we appreciate the donations of shoes, coats and gloves, but unfortunately, we are not excepting any more donations at this time. If you would like to donate your items please consider The Salvation Army or Goodwill.


    This month the school counseling department will be gearing up for our annual Holiday Assistance Programs sponsored by the Department of Social Services.  This program provides clothes, shoes, jackets and toys to families in need.  Last year we helped over 50 children and we're hoping to exceed that number this year!


    The student of the month breakfast for November was honesty and it was a huge success.  The students really enjoyed celebrating with their family members and being able to share the experience with them. I want to thank all of the parents that donated a food item. We couldn't have done it without you!. Our January breakfast will be held on January 31st and the word of the month is dependability.  We look forward to seeing you there!




    The counseling department has already started small groups for our students here at Moncure!

    Participation of students in a small group led by the school counself is an effective way to help children be more successful in school.  These successes are not only academic, but social and emotional as well.  Establishing positive relationships with peers and adults, developing empathy for others, coping with stress and community needs are necessary skills for well-being at home, in school, and in the community.  If you are interested in your child being a part of a small group please feel free to call Teresa Conde (School Counselor) at 540-658-6300 or email condetm@staffordschools.net

    Bear Patrol (grades K-5, self-control and anger)

    Bears Away (chidren of deployed parents-all ages)

    Study Skills/Organization (3-5)

    Changing Families (K-5)

    Bear Pals (social skills, K-5)

    Confident Me! (self-esteem, K-5)


    We are fast approaching the holiday season and colder winter months.  In an effort to help ensure that all of our families have adaquate food and warm clothing, we have provided below area resources that offer assistance.  Working together, we can ease some of the challenges facing area families who may be struggling to make ends meet.

    S.E.R.V.E.  is an organization that supplements the efforts of other local agencies.  Thanksgiving and Holiday food baskets are available. If you are interested in receiving a food basket, please contact S.E.R.V.E. directly at 540-288-9596 for further information.

    Rappahannock United Way provides referral assistance and information regarding local assistance, including Holiday and Winter assistance.  You can contact them directly at 540-373-0041

    Aquia Church provides a home-cooked meal each Wednesday from 6-7:30 and everyone in the community is invited.  Please call 540-659-4007 if you need information.

    Salvation Army is able to assist with food and clothing and can be contacted at 540-373-3431

    211 Virginia provides access to various services in the local area.  All referrals are confidential. You can call 211 or use the website: http://www.211virginia.org

    Fredericksburg Counseling Services provides free counseling services and can be contacted through their website at http://www.fcsagency.org

    "Shoe Fund" is a program through the Salvation Army that awards vouchers to purchase shoes for those students who need them. Please contact us if your student is in need of shoes!