Register for School
We are excited to have you join the Monroe School District! We have five elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, and two alternative learning environment schools. Please visit our School Boundaries Page or call our Transportation Department at (360) 804.2650 to learn which schools are zoned for your neighborhood.
Enrolling your child in kindergarten? Please visit our Kindergarten Registration Page.
New Student Enrollment is open for the 2021-2022 school year.
The Monroe School District uses an online process to enroll new students. This process is only for students new to the district, not students transferring from one school to another within the district. Before using the online application process, families are advised to gather the required documents so they may be uploaded directly into the application. During the process, you may save as you go; you do not have to complete it all in one sitting. Once completed and submitted online, the application will be sent to the school for approval. Submitted applications will not be approved until all required documents are received by the school.
If you are a family new to the Monroe School District, begin the registration process by visiting our Online Enrollment page.
Families with Other Children Currently Enrolled
If you already have students enrolled in the Monroe School District, please log into your current Skyward Family Access account to enroll additional children.
If you have questions about enrolling your child, please call the district administration office at (360) 804-2500.
Sky Valley Education Center
If you would like to enroll your child in our parent partnership program at Sky Valley Education Center, please contact the SVEC office directly at (360-804-2700).
If you cannot access the online registration, printed paper packets are available at all school offices as well as the District Administration Office located at 14692 - 179th Avenue SE, Monroe.
Documents Needed for Enrollment
The documents listed below either need to be uploaded during the registration process or brought to the school office. If you are enrolling your student to start during the 2021-2022 school year, please scroll down to read about the immunization law and how it may affect your student's enrollment. Please contact your school if you have any questions.
- Proof of Age - Birth Certificate or Passport
- Residence Verification – Purchase Papers/Property Tax Statement/Lease Agreement, Gas, Water or Electric. This bill must include the parent/guardian name, the address, and be dated within 30 days. If you are renting/leasing a residence in which all utilities are included in rent, you can provide the rental agreement on property management letterhead.
- Signed Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) (See Immunization Requirements below)
- Guardian Photo ID (bring into the school for verification)
- Custody/Court Order (if applicable)
- Restraining Order (if applicable)
- Prior School Records (if applicable)
Per Washington State law, all students new to the district on or after 08/01/2020 must have received all of the immunizations for which they are eligible. These vaccinations must be medically documented and on file with the school before the student can attend. If a student is missing any immunizations, and there is no documentation from a provider, then the student may not start school. A medically verified record in Washington is:
- A Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) printed directly from the Washington State Immunization Information System. Any parent whose student has been immunized in Washington State can access this at MyIR.net. If they do not already have an account, they can create one to access their child’s immunization information.
- A physical copy of the CIS form with a healthcare provider’s signature
- A physical copy of the CIS form accompanied by medical immunization records from a healthcare provider verified and signed by school staff
If the student is coming from another state, an acceptable medically verified immunization record will be:
- Printed from their state’s immunization registry, OR
- Printed by the office of their licensed health care provider with the provider’s signature and then attached to a Washington State CIS card
If you live within district boundaries and are more than a mile away from your child's assigned school (other than Fryelands Elementary), your child is eligible to ride a school bus. Students who are enrolled and eligible to ride the bus must submit the online request form to be assigned to a bus stop.
Please visit our Transportation Department to learn about bus routes.
If you wish to attend a school other than the one to which your neighborhood is assigned, please read more about Requesting a Transfer.
If you would like to provide home-based instruction for your child(ren) instead of enrolling in public school, an approved private school, or an extension program of an approved private school, you must file an annual Declaration of Intent to Homeschool form. Learn more here
Google has decided to discontinue the availability of the Google Translate Toolkit, which has enabled families to translate the New Student Enrollment process into other languages.
Families can still use built-in or add-on translation features of their preferred browser to translate the New Student Enrollment application into other languages. For more information about these browser features, please refer to the articles below:
- Change Google Chrome Languages & Translate Webpages
- Use Microsoft Translator in Edge Browser
- How to Add Translate Feature to Firefox