Monroe School District is changing how we manage student immunization records, which will allow us to quickly and efficiently check if your child has the vaccines required for school.
The track and all-weather fields at Park Place Middle School are now open for community use during non-school, daylight hours. The tennis courts at Monroe High School will also remain unlocked during these times.
With the arrival of the winter months, it is important to understand the Monroe School District‘s procedures for weather-related school closures, delays, and early dismissals.
This past spring Washington public school students in grades 3-8 and 10 took the Smarter Balanced or the Washington Access to Instruction & Measurement English language arts (ELA) and math tests.
You are invited to the Monroe School District job fair! Mark your calendars for Saturday, Dec 2nd, 9:30-11:00 a.m. at the District Administration Office: 14692 - 179th AVE SE, Monroe.
A huge congrats to the four school board directors who were elected in the November 2023 General Election. Initial data indicates the success of Jennifer Bumpus, Jeremiah Campbell, James Etzkorn, and Chuck Whitfield in their respective races.
Please join us in congratulating the October 2023 Employees of the Month: Heidi Brennan and Jonathan Judy!
Exciting news for Monroe School District junior and senior students! Starting in the 2024-2025 school year, Sno-Isle TECH is launching an Early Childhood Education satellite program in Monroe.
As you may have heard, our country is experiencing a school milk carton shortage. It is anticipated that these shortages may last for several months and may impact the milk we serve during breakfast and lunch at school.
Families of students with disabilities are invited to join David Paratore, Chief of Student Services, for an informal chat to answer questions and address needs.
Last spring, we surveyed staff, families, and students in grades 3-12 to better understand their views of the climate and culture in each of our schools. We will be surveying students again in the coming weeks.
Exciting news! We're reviving the District Wellness Committee, as outlined in Board Policy 6700: Nutrition, Health, and Physical Fitness. The membership of the committee will represent all school levels (elementary and secondary schools).
Monroe High School CTE students join forces with Maltby Elementary's physical therapist, Julia McIntosh, to create therapy stairs, aiding students with therapeutic stair-climbing needs.
Your experiences, perspectives, and ideas are important to us and will help guide the development of our 5-year strategic plan. Share your input via our online survey now!
Superintendent Shawn Woodward shares reflections on his first 100 days as Monroes' new superintendent and his plans for next steps.
Fall parent-teacher conferences will be held this year on October 23-27. Students will be dimissed early all week to provide time for teachers and families to meet.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, but in our elementary schools, preventing bullying isn't a one-off event. Bullying prevention is built into the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum, Second Step, which is taught all year long.
It's National Digital Citizenship Week and in the Monroe School District, we're committed to helping our students become responsible, respectful, and safe digital citizens.
The Monroe School District Honor Roll recognition program aims to recognize employees for exemplifying the Monroe School District Commitment through their service to our students, staff, families, and/or community.
Monroe High School earns accreditation renewal, offering an opportunity for self-assessment, reflection, and the celebration of achievements, while involving the school community in the quest for improvement.