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A Tradition of Excellence for 100 Years principal John Lombardi

May 2017

Greetings Bearcats,

I am always amazed at how quickly the school year comes to an end. Once we get back from spring break, it seems that it is only a matter of minutes before we are over at the Xfinity Arena sending off our seniors into their post-high school world. This end of year will be extra special for me, as I will be sending off my senior after four years at Monroe High School. Being able to experience MHS not only as the schoolís principal but also as a parent has been insightful and invaluable. Itís amazing to look back over my time here and see the growth of our school, programs and community. The fact that we just administered over 520 Advanced Placement (AP) exams, finished an amazing production of Little Women and have over $7 million in scholarship and grant offers to our graduating seniors are just a few examples of the growth and success we are experiencing. The staff has been focused on continuous improvement to better serve our students and community. As parents and community members your support has been invaluable and a major factor in our success. I hope we have met your expectations and we all look forward to continuing to work with the students and the community of Monroe.†

This spring we have several events to celebrate our seniors and I hope you will join us for senior awards night, the moving up assembly and graduation. These are amazing celebrations and traditions at MHS. One unofficial celebration that many members of our community donít know about is the sendoff to seniors as they drive to the Xfinity Arena on†Saturday, June 10th at 11:15 am. It is inspiring to see members of our community on the sidewalks of Fryelands Boulevard to cheer on and celebrate our seniors.†

This time of year also includes a variety of unofficial traditions that the school does not support. Every year I will have a parent call me and ask how we can support a certain event that they feel is inappropriate. Just to be clear, if an event occurs late at night, without supervision, doesnít align with the mission and goals of MHS, involves fires, drinking or the word kidnappingÖ it isnít an official, sanctioned school event. Youíre always welcome to call our main office and ask if an event is sanctioned or not sanctioned by the school.†

I hope to see everyone at one of our end of the year celebrations and if I donít, I hope everyone has a safe and fulfilling end to the school year.†


John Lombardi
Principal, Monroe High School

Monroe High School
17001 Tester Road.
Monroe, WA 98272-2819

Phone: 360-804-4500
Toll Free: 1-800-282-7818
Fax: 360-804-4699
Counseling: 360-804-4503
Counseling Fax: 360-804-4698
Attendance: 360-804-4501
Athletics: 360-804-4511
Financial: 360-804-4513

School Hours: 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

John Lombardi
, Principal
Erick Aulabaugh, Assistant Principal
Mark Henderson, Assistant Principal
Jeannette Seimers, Assistant Principal
Melissa Davis, Office Manager
Nick Wold, Dean of Students
Janet Smith, Attendance Secretary
Kathy Wallace, Athletic Secretary
Michelle Gallik,, ASB Secretary
Kimberly Ross, Receptionist
Denise Palmer, Registrar
Lisa Woodard, Counselor, Class of 2020
Tammy Amador, Counselor, Class of 2017
Jane Stevens, Counselor, Class of 2018
Andrea Garibay, Counselor, Class of 2019
Jill Vandemoortele, Interventionist , serving students with special needs
TBA, Discipline Secretary
Helen Hutson, Counseling Secretary
Krista Anthony, CTS Secretary
Geneva Padilla, Nurse




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Voicemail: 360.804.2998 ext 4695

E-mail: parents-mhs@monroe.wednet.edu

2016-17 Bearcat Pride Membership Form

Bearcat Pride Financial Report

2016-2017 Bearcat Pride Officers are:

  • President
    • Anita Booze
  • Co-Vice President
    • Jenn Edelbrock
    • Nanette Kuala
  • Secretary
    • Teresa Allen-Martin
  • Treasurer
    • Kim Cripe
  • Board Members at Large
    • Randie Baker
    • Nikki Ehni
  • Please let us know how we may help you throughout the school year.

    Patty Johnston in the Career Center is a great resource. It is never too early to ask questions!  


Dialing 360-804-2998 accesses staff voice mailboxes.

The search option lets families use their telephone keypad to enter the teacher's name to be connected to the voicemail system to leave a message.

Staff Telephone Directory

Aboen, Barb Science
Acree, Kylee Custodian
Adams, Samuel 9th Grade Humanities
Akesson, Karl English
Allen, Joshua 9th Grade Humanities
Alvarez, Conseulo Paraeducator
Amador, Tammy Counselor, Class of 2017
Anderson, John Para
Anderson, Linda Paraeducator
Andring, Tomiah BECCA
Anthony, Krista Counseling Office Secretary - Testing/Scheduling
Aulabaugh, Erick Assistant Principal
Bare, Dan Social Studies
Barone, Tim Science
Berg, Misty English
Blaine, Karen Science
Bogesvang, Jim Math
Bowling, Debbie Kitchen
Brekke, Dave Math
Bumpus, Michael Football Coach
Burrington, Dianne Custodial staff
Cameron, Jessica Math
Carroll, Donna PE
Carroll, William German
Caruso, Vince Horticulture
Chalfant, Matt Learning Specialist
Cole, Barbara Para
Creager, Sue Credit Retrieval Specialist
Darrow, Scott Social Studies
Davis, Melissa Office Manager
Dickinson, ichelle Success Coordinator
Dow, Susan Learning Specialist
Egli, Lance Psychologist
Foote, Amy Science
Foster, Sarah Social Studies
Franklin, Tim Custodian
Fraser, Rex Art
Frye, Jeremy Learning Specialist
Gallik, Michelle ASB Secretary
Garibay, Andrea Counselor, Class of 2019
Gilseth, Debbie Security Specialist
Grier, Donna Paraeducator
Hallanger, Sharol Learning Specialist
Hanley, Diane Learning Specialist
Hass, Mindy Learning Specialist
Hawa, Jordan Para
Haynie, Andy PE
Henderson, Mark Assistant Principal
Henderson, Neil Math
Hermann, Cori Paraeducator
Hernandez, Juan Security
Hernandez, Tzel Campus Security
Hinckley, Kaleigh English
Hircock, Davi Para
Horner, Tyson Social Studies
Howell, Casey Receptionist
Hudson, Stephanie Photography/ Video/Yearbook
Hurley, Carol Paraeducator
Hutson, Helen Counseling Office Secretary
Hyde, Ryan Choir
Jaap, Jodi Kitchen
Johnson, Jaime English
Johnson, Jody Kitchen staff
Johnston, Patty Career Center Specialist
Jones, Michael Learning Specialist
Kavalski, Maria Kitchen
Kitts, Brittany PE
Krufka, Seth English
Kuether, Wendy Paraeducator
Lane, James PE
Lavin, Alia Science
Letcher, Dave Custodial staff
Loewen, Stephen English/Drama
Lombardi, John Principal
Lowe, Anne Animal Science
MacDonald, Wendy Math
Macrae, Michelle Kitchen staff
Mahaney, Lisa Spanish
Marquardt, Joyce Spanish
Martin, Catherine Kitchen staff
Martinez, Mary Kitchen
Mason, Jessica Learning Specialist
Maynard, Sky Humanities
McKelvey, Teri Kitchen staff
McKenzie, Steve Marketing
Mirsky, Garrett Art
Montgomery, Alyssa Psychologist
Montgomery, Alyssa
Nash, Robert (Bob) Custodial staff
Nelson, Jill Paraeducator
Nesland, Kendra Math
Olson, Terry Head Custodian
Orr, Keith Social Studies
Ostrom, Nancy Technology
Ottini, Alan Business Education
Packard, Brandon Math
Padilla, Geneva Nurse
Palmer, Denise Registrar
Pastrana, Landa English Language Learners
Patel, Lili Para
Patzelt, Michelle English
Peterson, Kendra FACSCE
Pierce, April Custodial staff
Pine, Gerri Para
Potoshnik, Mark Social Studies
Pratley, Heidi Health/Counseling
Ray, Lisa Instrumental Music
Reed, Melissa English
Reyling, Laureen Paraeducator
Ross, Kimberly Attendance Secretary
Royce, Ashley Algebra
Sarr-Lewis, Jessica English/Spanish
Saulsman, Brian Librarian
Seabrook, Wendi Paraeducator
Seimers, Jeannette Assistant Principal
Sevier, Heather Sports Medicine
Sheckells, Theresa Science
Shell, Allan Math
Smith, Janet Attendance Secretary
Snook, Pam Math
Smith, Janet Discipline Secretary
Solo, Kristine Spanish
Squier, Nichole Social Studies
Stanton, Giles English
Stanton-Daly, Ester Science
Stauffer, Edna Student Store
Stevens, Jane Counselor, Class of 2018
Stroble, Jeanna French
Tuiasosopo, Ashley Math
Vance, Tracy English
Vandemoortele, Jill Counselor serving students with special needs
Vigus, Darby Marketing
Vonasek, Mary Jo Learning Specialist
Vos, Kathy Para
Vuori, Kendra 9th Block
Wallace, Kathy Main Office Secretary - Athletics
Walsh, Mary Paraeducator
Washburn, Jackie Paraeducator
Werder, Sarah Health
Wichser, Kathi Paraeducator
Williams, David Career and Technical Ed
Wold, Nick Dean of Students
Wolfe, Nick Science
Wood, Erin Behavioral Health Specialist
Wood, Tyler Math
Woodard, Lisa Counselor, Class of 2020
Wray, Shane Reading Specialist
Zeiders, Samantha Science
Zinn, Tara Math



Monroe High School is a community of lifelong learners in which staff, students, parents and citizens cooperatively interact in a safe environment. This relationship provides meaningful, diversified opportunities to develop attitudes, knowledge, and skills necessary for successful living in a changing world. We value the past, recognize responsibility to present and have goals for the future.


Monroe High School empowers students to act with pride, integrity, and sense of community. Our ultimate goal is for students to learn and thrive at school, at home, and in their future endeavors.