Seven more senior athletes have signed their letters of intent to continue their education after high school and participation in sports at the college level.
MHS sophomore is working to collect as many letters as possible from her peers to mail to the Parkland, Florida, students to shower them with love and support from one high school to another.
Classified Employee Appreciation Week, March 12-16, presents us with an opportunity to thank our incredible Classified Staff for the critical roles they play in the success of the district.
Teams of third grade readers representing five schools in the Monroe School District are competing in the Sno-Isle Libraries' Third Grade Reading Challenge, a book knowledge quiz bowl competition for schools throughout Snohomish and Island counties. Each school's winning team will face off against other teams from Snohomish and Lake Stevens in the semi-finals.
Four groups from the MHS Choir are headed to state after their performances at regionals.
The School Program and Operations levy proposed to voters in a special February election has officially been certified by Snohomish County as passing with 53.64% of voters approving the measure. A huge thank you to our community for continuing to support our students!
A lockout was initiated at Frank Wagner, Leaders in Learning, Sky Valley Education Center, Park Place Middle School and Fryelands Elementary this morning when a student at Frank Wagner Elementary reported seeing a suspicious person in a parked car on their way to school and thought they saw a weapon. Police were notified immediately and all nearby schools went into an immediate lockout. Police arrived and after conducting an investigation confirmed that there was no threat to students.
Frank Wagner Elementary students celebrate 2nd annual Kindness Week by painting rocks for the community. The rocks will be hidden throughout the community as part of the Kindness Rocks national movement.
Initial election results indicate our replacement of the expiring School Program and Operations levy will pass with over 53% of voters approving the measure.
The Monroe High School (MHS) Athletic Training program received a 1st Team Safe Sports School award by the National Athletic Trainers' Association. The Safe Sports School award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. In addition, the award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment to student athletic programs.