Student services provides information and assistance through a wide variety of programs that support student learning. Programs include:
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a federal law that protects students from discrimination based on disability. Section 504 assures that students with disabilities have educational opportunities and benefits equal to those provided to students without disabilities. To be eligible, a student must have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity.
English Language Learners participate fully in the Monroe School District curriculum through language and academic support from highly-qualified ELL teachers.
The purpose of the McKinney-Vento Act is to ensure that homeless students are enrolled in and succeed at school.
The Learning Assistance Program (LAP) is a state-funded program designed to provide additional intervention and support to eligible students who are below standard on state and district assessments. With an emphasis on early grades, schools design programs that give eligible students the additional help they need for a strong start toward academic success.
The Skykomish Valley Indian Education program provides culturally relevant activities, family programs, and enrichment opportunities for Native American, American Indian, and Alaskan Native students.
The Title I program is a federally-funded program designed to provide additional intervention and support to students struggling academically in schools with high concentrations of children from low income families.