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Monroe Public Schools: Monroe, Washington 98272




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  • Soil Sampling at Park Place MiddleTony Romanick, senior staff engineer with Associated Earth Sciences Incorporated, looks over soil samples taken by a crew from Geologic Drill Exploration Inc. this week at Park Place Middle School. Their work is in preparation for the school’s modernization that was approved in April by Monroe voters. A Design Team composed of community members, school staff, district leaders and architects are meeting throughout the summer to be ready in the fall with proposals the community can review for design of the modernization project that is expected to begin construction next spring.

  • Class of 2015 earns more than $10 million in scholarships and awards - More than 500 students will graduate this month from Monroe Public Schools four high school programs and many will continue their education with more than $10 million in scholarship offers and awards - the most yet since local schools began collecting this information. Our community is invited to attend the commencement ceremonies slated for the next two weeks to join in celebrating the success of the Class of 2015. Learn more...
  • Frank Wagner teacher duo honored with Academic Achievement award - Frank Wagner Elementary School teachers Kathy Salmi and Lori Johnson have earned the Monroe Public Schools 2015 Academic Achievement Award for their summer reading program designed to fight the loss of skills during the summer. Congratulation Mrs. Salmi and Mrs. Johnson! Learn more...
  • State honors 3 local schools for academic achievement - Congratulations to the students and staff at Fryelands, Maltby and Monroe High and all those families, neighbors and colleagues that supported them. These three schools have earned Washington Achievement Awards from the state. Honorees are the highest performing schools in the state based on three years of academic information as reported in the Washington Achievement Index. Learn more...
  • FREE all day, every day Kindergarten expanded to all schools - Every elementary school will offer all day, every day Kindergarten free of charge to families starting in September. Register NOW to ensure your child's seat in your neighborhood school. Some schools fill up early forcing students that register later to be bused to another elementary school.
  • Next school year starts September 10 - School Board members determined the first day of school for the 2015-16 school to be Thursday, September 10, which allows for an "early start" on Wednesday, September 9, for students starting 6th and 9th grades in new schools.
  • Cat Tracks Club welcomes senior citizens - With spring sports, music and drama all underway, senior citizens are invited to join Monroe High's Cat Tracks Club to enjoy special benefits with home sporting events, school concerts and student drama productions. Learn more...

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Volunteer Opportunities: Many opportunities are available to become involved. Monroe Public Schools pride themselves on keeping children and volunteers in our schools safe. For the safety of the volunteers and our students, volunteers are required to fill out a volunteer packet each year.

Applications are available in English and Spanish and can be obtained from your neighborhood school or the Monroe Public Schools Administration Building, 200 East Fremont in downtown Monroe. For more information contact the Communications Office at 360.804.2503. This includes the Washington State Patrol Criminal History Background Check form.

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Monroe Public Schools provides an outstanding education that results in all students having a passion for learning.
Adopted by Monroe Public Schools Board of Directors on August 10, 2009


To fulfill our vision, the Monroe Public Schools will provide a safe, nurturing learning environment with a highly qualified, effective staff; promote active, engaging instruction for all students; and partner with families and community support agencies in order to ensure a learning community that practices shared leadership, embraces diversity and demonstrates a belief that each child can succeed.

Adopted by Monroe Public Schools Board of Directors on December 14, 2009


• Increase Academic Rigor of Programs

• Develop a Comprehensive Assessment Program

• Advance the Capacity of the Organization to Learn and Improve

• Close the Achievement Gap for Underrepresented Groups by Improving
Systems of Support for Students Struggling Academically and Socially

• Expand Opportunities for Students to Participate in Enrichment and
Remediation Activities

• Rebuild District Operations and Infrastructure to Support Student Learning

• Build Access to Appropriate Technology and its Integration in the Learning Environment

• Enhance School Safety and Climate

• Expand Community Connections Through Communications and Meaningful Involvement
Adopted by Monroe Public Schools Board of Directors on January 14, 2008

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Welcome to our Community Notices webpage. This page is designed to help families have the information they need when they need it. I don’t know about you but there have been many times I saved a flyer to refer to later but then never could remember where I put it. Hopefully this new process will help.

Our school newsletters will highlight new postings twice a month. Our goal is to refresh this page at the start of each month and then again in the middle of the month. This is definitely a work in progress so please let us know your suggestions for improvement.

If your organization is interested in taking advantage of this new process, please complete the Request for Distribution form and return it to the Superintendent’s Office.
By email to MooreB@monroe.wednet.edu
By fax to 360.804.2529
By mail to Superintendent’s Office, Monroe Public Schools Administration Building, 200 East Fremont, Monroe WA 98272
Or in person.

Questions? – contact Barb Moore by email or by telephone 360.804.2502.

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