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.
We welcome any and all supplies that families are able to provide each year. If you would like to help by sending supplies to school with your child(ren), the suggested school supply lists can be found here.
Some of our schools receiving modernization work will no longer have a need for some of their portables on campus. These portables are being temporarily stored throughout the district while prep work is happening at their future locations.
The first/last days of school and all major breaks for the 2018-19 school year have been determined by a calendar committee and approved by the School Board.
The Monroe School District Board of Directors will be having a discussion about the potential rezoning of Marshall Field and Memorial Stadium. Community members are invited to attend to ask questions and share opinions.
This year's seventeen retirees have worked for Monroe School District for a combined 378 years! We applaud their dedication and commitment and are so very grateful for their many years of service. Congratulations on your retirement!
Thanks to the federally funded school lunch program, all youth through age 18 are welcome to eat a free lunch from 12:00-12:45 Monday through Friday all summer long (no service on July 4). Lunch is served in the Wagner Center gym located at 639 West Main Street in downtown Monroe.
Congratulations to the 2018 graduates of our Community-Based education program: Chase Anderson, Austin Metcalf and Jacob Reely! Thank you to our community businesses for your partnership and hats off to the grads!
Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, Leaders in Learning High School will be located as a 'school within a school' on the Monroe High School campus. In addition to the standard suite of Leaders courses in the LILHS classrooms, Leaders students will have access to select MHS courses.
A huge congratulations to the Sky Valley Education Center Class of 2018 graduates! We are all very proud of the tremendous work you have put in and your many, many accomplishments!