Monroe High School has transformed its special education approach with an inclusive co-teaching model, earning recognition as a University of Washington Inclusionary Practices Demonstration Site, resulting in remarkable academic success stories for students.
As part of the collaborative effort to develop a strategic plan, all community members are invited to attend one of our upcoming Community Input Sessions.
Families of students with disabilities are invited to join David Paratore, Chief of Student Services, for an first informal chat to answer questions and address needs.
Families of middle and high school students are invited to an informational meeting to learn about the sexual health curriculum that will be taught in health classes this year.
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You are invited to our annual Back to School Family Resource Fair. ALL Monroe School District families are welcome and and Spanish interpreters will be available.
Save the date, Kindergarten families! Kindergarten Ride the Bus Day is on Tuesday, August 22nd at 9:30 a.m.
As part of my Entry Plan, I would like to invite staff, students, families, and community members to participate in one of the 12 upcoming focus groups. If you are interested, please fill out this form. I look forward to meeting you!
If you would like to help by sending supplies to school with your child(ren), the suggested school supply lists are linked in this article or you may visit your school's webpage and click on About > Supply Lists.
It is a tremendous honor and responsibility to assume the role of Superintendent in the Monroe School District - I could not be more excited to be part of this team! In just a short time (20 days and counting!), I have already found there is a lot to be proud of and celebrate.
You are invited to provide input on the Monroe School District (MSD) School Resource Officer (SRO) contract with the Monroe Police Department (MPD).
As we reflect on the past school year, the school board wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude for your engagement and partnership in supporting all of our students.
Fourteen retirees were honored at the June 12th School Board meeting, who served a combined 316 years in the Monroe School District. We wish them all the best as they embark on new adventures in their much-deserved retirement.
Monroe School District is excited to announce that the FREE Summer Food Service Program for children will return on July 17th this summer. Meals are available at no charge to children 18 years of age and younger.
Please join us in congratulating the May 2023 Employees of the Month: Joylyn Sherwood, Rose Chapman, and Karen Rosencrans!
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with FinalForms to help streamline registration for student athletes and their families. This much-needed update was made possible by the support of Bearcat Pride, thank you!
Congratulations to the 42 amazing staff members who were nominated in May for their above-and-beyond service to our students, staff, families, and community. Please join us in thanking them for their exceptional service!
After conducting interviews earlier this week, the MSD School Board is excited to announce the new junior school board student representative for the 2023-24 school year, Sophia Willett.
During Monday’s meeting, the MSD school board took time to recognize Nathan Burrell, this year’s senior school board student representative as he is graduating from Monroe High School on June 10th.
Since 2017, we have offered free annual training in Youth Mental Health First Aid to adults in our community.