News

Superintendent's Chat

With a goal of fostering transparent, two-way communication, Superintendent of Monroe School District, Dr. Fredrika "Deka" Smith, extends an open invitation to families for a monthly "Superintendent's Chat." Family members are welcome to come ask questions, provide input and share viewpoints on district procedures, practices and policies.

Senior Citizens Invited to Join Cat Tracks

If you are 65 years or older and live within the Monroe School District boundaries, you are invited to become a Cat Tracks Club member! Membership is FREE and gets you into MHS athletic and scholastic events.

Healthy Youth Survey 2018

Our district is participating in the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey during fall 2018. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.

The New PPMS is Officially Open and Worth the Wait

In the heart of downtown Monroe, hundreds of students, parents and community members gathered with staff to officially celebrate the grand opening of the modernized Park Place Middle School (PPMS) on Tuesday, September 4.

Monroe Educators Approve Three-Year Contract

Monroe School District (MSD) and Monroe Education Association (MEA) came to an agreement on a three-year teacher contract just prior to the start of the school year. It has been ratified by MEA and approved by the School Board.

When Does School Start?

For now, parents should plan for school to start Wednesday, September 5. Sixth and ninth grade orientation is still planned take place on Tuesday, September 4 as scheduled.

The Portables are Moving!

The portables in the MHS parking lot are moving to a different location and all of the parking spaces will be open again just in time for school to start next week!

School Board Appoints New Director

The Monroe School District Board of Directors has appointed Shawn Anderson as the new Director of District 1. The oath of office will be given to Shawn at the next regularly scheduled Board meeting on August 27th at 6:00 p.m.

Celebrating Bearcat AP Scholars

Eighteen Monroe High School students earned a score of five on AP tests this past year (the highest score!) and Principal Ed Crow felt this was something to be celebrated.