Our work is enriched when community members provide input and help advise district leadership in the decision-making process. We believe strong community connections create strong schools and therefore, we regularly establish committees and advisory groups to provide input and recommendations and gather public thought about selected issues or potential changes. These committees and advisory groups typically include parents, staff and community members.
Current District Committees
The Instructional Materials Committee makes instructional materials adoption recommendations to the school board. These instructional materials, used to help students meet state learning standards, may be printed or digital, and may include textbooks, technology-based materials, other educational media, and assessments.
A committee of educators, union representatives, and community members tasked with reviewing the Reopening Washington Schools 2020 - District Planning Guide from OSPI and working to formulate a school reopening plan specific to Monroe School District that will best meet the needs of our community while ensuring that mandatory health & safety requirements are met. The committee will be working throughout June & July 2020 and will then make a recommendation to the school board, who will ultimately be responsible for adopting a reopening plan for the fall of 2020 through a board resolution.