School starts next week! Are you ready? Check out this list of ten things you can do to get prepared for the first day of school.
Large athletic events, like our home football games, require high amounts of supervision to ensure the safety and security of our guests and players. For this reason, all elementary and middle school students attending any MHS athletic events must be accompanied by an adult.
Construction is well underway of an advanced manufacturing lab that will allow MHS to fully implement Boeing's Core Plus curriculum. What was once a storage facility on the MHS campus is now becoming the most advanced CAD lab in Washington state with an adjoining aerospace-focused manufacturing lab for practical application. Construction of the facility began in June and is set to be ready for use in the fall of 2019.
Following an open community conversation focused on the future of Marshall Field and Memorial Stadium in June of 2018, the Monroe School District Board of Directors applied to have the property rezoned through the City of Monroe. While no formal decisions have been made at this point, the rezone request is now being considered by the City of Monroe's Planning Commission. This has sparked many questions from community members, which we address here.
If you would like to send supplies to school with your child(ren), the suggested school supply lists can be found here.
After serving over six years as the Student Resource Officer (SRO) for the Monroe School District, Officer Justin Springer is moving on to a new position within the Monroe Police Department.
Twelve students from Monroe High School and Sky Valley Education Center graduated from Everett Community College's Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA) June 20, earning both their associate degree and high school diploma.
Monroe High School has been named as one of the 2019 "America's Best High Schools" as calculated by U.S. News & World Report.
We are pleased to announce that the interview process for the Principal of Salem Woods is complete and the position was offered to and accepted by Stephanie Penrod. Pending School Board approval on Monday, June 24, Penrod will join our team on July 1st.
It is with great enthusiasm that we announce that Ana Apter has been selected as the principal of Chain Lake Elementary. Pending school board approval on June 24, Apter will take on this new role beginning July 1, 2019.