We are excited to announce that we are expanding our free meal program to include an option for a free, pre-order, weekly meal kit! Starting October 28, 2020 school meal kits will be distributed every Wednesday.
Fall Conferences are happening for PPM students on Oct 27th & Oct 29th. We really hope you will take time to join us even if it does look different this year. We welcome opportunities to connect with you around your student's learning.
As we evaluate how distance learning has gone so far this fall, your feedback and perceptions are important. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey.
All students in 2nd and 4th grade are screened annually in November to see if they qualify for highly capable services. In addition, any student in grade K-11 may be referred by staff, family, community members or the students themselves.
Chief of Student Services, David Paratore, will be hosting a special education webinar for parents of children with special needs. Please join us on October 21st at 4 p.m. (English) and 5 p.m. (Spanish).
Monroe High School curriculum night will take place on October 8th from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Access the Virtual Curriculum Night HERE!
As we shared in our communication to families on September 14, the Snohomish Health District has recommended that school districts begin preparing to incrementally bring back elementary students for in-person learning. In alignment with this recommendation, we are currently planning to welcome back our developmental preschool and all kindergarten students as early as October 12. We continue to follow guidance from Snohomish County health officials, and if their guidance changes, adjustments will be made to align with new or additional information from them.
An article published in the Everett Herald today (9/26) incorrectly states that the Monroe School District is planning to have students return for in-person learning on October 5th. Contrary to what is published in the article, we are not planning to have elementary students return on October 5th.
Statement from the School Board President, Jim Langston, regarding a comment made during the September 14th school board meeting.
Thursday, October 1st and Friday, October 2nd, we will be hosting socially-distanced picture days. It is important for all students to come and get their picture taken as these will be used for student IDs (which will be handed out immediately following pictures) and our yearbook.