Do you know a student who's living in a shelter, motel, campground, car, park or abandoned building? Or someone who is living doubled up with others because they lost their housing or are facing economic hardship? They may qualify for support services under the federal McKinney-Vento Act.
We will provide the instruction and programs to support all students in mastering essential skills and concepts. We believe in tailoring instruction to meet each student’s individual needs.
We will provide all students with the time, support and instruction needed to meet high standards. We believe in meeting every student at every level to help them achieve new heights.
We will set high expectations for all students, challenging them to do their personal best. We believe high expectations result in high student achievement.
The Monroe School District (MSD) School Board is pausing the return of first grade students to the in-person, cohorted, hybrid learning model. We have heard the concerns of our staff and families and are pausing in response to these concerns. We want to assure you that your MSD Board of Directors is committed to providing your students with the best education possible in a safe and healthy learning environment. We are committed to working with all of our labor groups to ensure confidence in our safety measures and practices during this ongoing pandemic.
Late this morning, Governor Jay Inslee announced a four-week statewide set of restrictions that will be in effect Monday, November 16th at midnight to help with our state's battle against COVID-19. It is important to note, in-person hybrid instruction for our youngest learners was not included in the new restrictions.