Park Place Middle School, once a cluster of 1970s brick buildings on west Main Street, is almost all grown up. Construction phase one of two is complete, with 28 classrooms ready for the school year.
Capital Projects Bond
In 2015, Monroe voters approved a Capital Projects Bond totaling $69 million. That money is dedicated to building the new Park Place Middle School, modernizing Salem Woods Elementary School, modernizing and expanding Frank Wagner Elementary and Hidden River Middle School, and for infrastructure and safety and security improvements throughout the entire district. These projects were determined to be the highest priority during our meetings with the community prior to placing the measure on the ballot.
We are committed to responsible bond spending and completing every project approved by voters on time and on budget.
Stay up to date on the progress of our capital projects:
Construction of the three new softball/baseball fields at Monroe High School is complete, thanks to the 2015 bond passed by local voters!
School district, local leaders and student representatives ceremoniously broke ground June 23, 2016 to kick off the modernization of Park Place Middle School (PPMS)
The Monroe High School girls' softball teams can now practice and host games on their new ball field, without leaving school grounds.