Did you know we are still offering FREE meals for all students, even when they are attending in-person?!
In response to the recent changes to the Washington State Department of Health's Guidance for K-12 Schools regarding physical distancing, we wanted to provide you with an update.
We are aware of Governor Inslee's March 25 order that allows Washington state schools to begin using the three-foot physical distancing model in classrooms in alignment with recent CDC guidance.
As we look forward to and prepare for our middle and high school students at PPMS, HRMS and MHS to begin returning on Wednesday, April 14 and Thursday, April 15, we wanted to share some more information with you.
If your middle or high school student will NOT be attending school in-person, we need you to please let us know by the end of the day on Friday, March 19.
Monroe School District is pleased to announce that all of our outdoor fields and facilities are now open for community use, with the exception of the outdoor fields/facilities at Monroe High School as those are currently being utilized by our MHS athletes.
The Monroe School District Board of Directors will resume in-person board meetings beginning March 8, 2021 and will also continue to simultaneously broadcast their meetings via Zoom.
Now that many of our 1st through 5th grade students will soon be returning to school in a hybrid model, we wanted to update you on our attendance requirements
There will be no live instruction, small group meetings, or in-person classes for all preschool through fifth grade students on February 16, 2021 so that elementary staff may engage in safety training.
In-person learning will begin for students in grades 1-2 on Monday, March 1 and for grades 3-5 on Monday, March 15.