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Grading and Attendance for Second Semester 2019-20

Due to the current health crisis and resulting school closure, second semester grades for the 2019-20 school year will look different from what we are used to. Rather than maintain the traditional grading method, an alternative grading system has been created to accommodate the learning challenges our students face during the pandemic in compliance with the OSPI mandate.

Teacher Appreciation Week 2020

This week marks the time of annual recognition for our teachers; a week where we celebrate and honor the work of our incredibly hard-working teachers and all they do to support the education and well-being of the students in our community. THANK YOU to all of our teachers for their tireless efforts in making a difference in the lives of our students.

MSD Leadership Changes for 2020-21

As we look ahead to the 2020-2021 school year, we are making some changes that will ensure the Monroe School District is a stronger and a better place for teaching and learning. Some of the changes we are making are in the leadership positions at Monroe High School and Hidden River Middle School.

Three MSD Schools Recognized for Student Growth

This year, THREE schools in the Monroe School District are being honored for positive system changes by the State Board of Education, the Educational Opportunity Gap Oversight and Accountability Committee, and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Internet Connectivity Survey for Families

It is our goal to ensure every one of our students has access to connect to the internet and a device on which to do so. Please help us understand your needs by filling out a short survey.

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Schools to Remain Closed Through June

This afternoon, Governor Jay Inslee announced that as part of our state's battle against COVID-19, traditional on-site learning will not resume for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. This is difficult news to process and we understand that this may be upsetting and disappointing for our students, families, and staff. It also raises questions about what this means.

Superintendent Transition

As we are all experiencing, the COVID-19 pandemic has unexpectedly altered the lives and plans of many, including Dr. Smith who has stepped down as Monroe School District's Superintendent. To ensure continuity of district operations, Dr. Justin Blasko has been appointed as the Superintendent, effective immediately.