The Monroe High School (MHS) Athletic Training program received a 1st Team Safe Sports School award by the National Athletic Trainers' Association. The Safe Sports School award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. In addition, the award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment to student athletic programs.
Hidden River and Park Place middle schools will welcome all incoming sixth graders and their families during Sixth Grade Information Night on Monday, March 5th.
The 2018 National Signing Day resulted in seven Monroe High School's senior football players signing letters of intent to continue to play football in college. According to MHS Athletic Director, Mark Henderson, this is the most athletes from one team to commit to playing college athletics in the school's recent history.
January is School Board Recognition Month and the Monroe School District is joining districts across the state to thank these community volunteers for their commitment and contributions to our public schools.
Calling all parents and guardians of students who will be entering kindergarten in the fall of 2018! Mark your calendars for our annual Kindergarten Information Night on Thursday, March 6 at 6:30 p.m. at your neighborhood school.
Our number one priority and commitment is the safety of our students and staff and we continue to comprehensively monitor the air quality and environmental conditions at Sky Valley Education Center, even after recent testing has indicated no detectable levels of PCBs or any other contaminants.
The Monroe School District Board of Directors unanimously approved a resolution to place a Replacement of Expiring School Program and Operations (SP&O) levy on the February 13, 2018 ballot.
After being elected as the newest School Board Director in November, Jerry Martin was officially sworn in by Monroe School District Superintendent, Dr. Fredrika Smith, at his first School Board meeting on Monday, December 11, 2017.
Kindergarten students at Chain Lake Elementary had the opportunity to learn about technology from Microsoft employees via the new classroom webcam. The webcams were installed with the large interactive display panels over the summer, thanks to the passage of the 2014 technology levy.
To ensure all students with unique needs have a positive and equitable educational experience, our teachers have begun implementing a collaborative teaching model in which the general education teacher and a specialist teacher plan lessons together and share in the teaching of the lesson to meet the needs of students with varying ability levels within one classroom.