Leaders from the Washington State Office of the Superintendent for Public Instruction (OSPI) and other state directors from across the country spent a day in Monroe School District learning about how we are leading the way in providing equity for students with disabilities.
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.
Sixteen years after graduating from Monroe High School, with a host of accolades under his belt, Ben Dragavon became the newest inductee into the Monroe High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
In the fall of the 2018-19 school year the Monroe School District will be making changes to our current library program in grades K-8. We are excited to increase the use of our libraries, including more instruction with digital media. Here is accurate information regarding many commonly asked questions about these changes.