Twenty-five Monroe School District retirees were honored at last night's School Board meeting. These dedicated employees have served a whopping 520 years combined in the Monroe School District! As their final school year with us comes to a close, we wish them all well as they embark on new adventures.
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.
In order to provide students the opportunity to take a wider variety of courses, and support them in meeting increased credit requirements for graduation, Monroe High School will be shifting to an alternating 8-period block schedule beginning in the 2019-20 school year. Monroe High School staff, district leadership, the Board of Directors and the Monroe Education Association are all in agreement that an alternating 8-period block schedule will greatly benefit Monroe High School students.
Next week we will be asking families to let us know what they think through a survey developed by the Center of Educational Effectiveness. The survey may be filled out online or via a paper copy from your school's main office. This important survey will be anonymous and will only take about 10 minutes to complete. The survey will be open from Monday, June 3 to Friday, June 14.