Selected as a state demonstration site modeling inclusionary practices by the University of Washington, Monroe High School welcomed statewide representatives to observe these practices in action at MHS.
We set high expectations for every student, challenging each individual to do their personal best. We believe high expectations result in high student achievement.
Monroe School District has launched a new employee recognition program, called the MSD Employee Honor Roll!
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.
Construction is well underway of an advanced manufacturing lab that will allow MHS to fully implement Boeing's Core Plus curriculum. What was once a storage facility on the MHS campus is now becoming the most advanced CAD lab in Washington state with an adjoining aerospace-focused manufacturing lab for practical application. Construction of the facility began in June and is set to be ready for use in the fall of 2019.
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.
After four years of hard work, a clear vision and an unwavering commitment to seeing every student succeed, the Hidden River Middle School staff has been honored with the title of a model Professional Learning Community (PLC) school by Solution Tree. Hidden River Middle School is one of only 34 middle schools nationwide to have earned this title.
A collaborative effort between many community members and school district personnel has resulted in a new vision that is both reflective of the community's values and the district's goals.