Did you know we are still offering FREE meals for all students, even when they are attending in-person?!
In response to the recent changes to the Washington State Department of Health's Guidance for K-12 Schools regarding physical distancing, we wanted to provide you with an update.
Is your student attending school on a transfer? The deadline for families to turn in transfer requests is quickly approaching!
We are aware of Governor Inslee's March 25 order that allows Washington state schools to begin using the three-foot physical distancing model in classrooms in alignment with recent CDC guidance.
Thank you all for your patience while we worked out the details in adjusting our spectator plan as we enter phase 3 of the Governor's reopening plan. Now that the plan has been approved by all involved, I'm pleased to announce an expansion of our spectator capacity at home team Varsity events.
As we look forward to and prepare for our middle and high school students at PPMS, HRMS and MHS to begin returning on Wednesday, April 14 and Thursday, April 15, we wanted to share some more information with you.
As the next generation of Monroe School District (MSD) students prepare to enter kindergarten in September, parents and guardians are invited to attend kindergarten information night via Zoom on Wednesday, March 31st at 5:00 p.m. If you were unable to attend, view the recording here.
Due to state requirements for alternative learning that will be reinstated next year, and projected funding constraints, it is not feasible for us to continue offering the MVLA option next year.
Los padres, tutores y estudiantes que ingresarán al sexto grado en el otoño del 2021 están invitados a asistir a un seminario web informativo, dirigido por nuestros directores de Park Place.
Parents, Guardians and students who will be entering sixth grade in the fall of 2021 are invited to attend an informational webinar, led by our Park Place Principals.