In November 2022, Monroe School District will ask local voters to approve a renewal of the expiring School Program & Operations Levy.
To continue to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in schools, the Washington State Department of Health has released updated COVID-19 requirements for K-12 schools.
All families are invited to our annual Back to School Family Resource Fair on August 31 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.
We invite you to bring your parent or guardian to our bus department, meet some of our bus drivers and take a practice ride on the "Big Yellow Bus" to your new school so that you are ready for your first day.
The Monroe School District Book Mobile is traveling around the district and stopping at designated locations each week so that students may continue to check out library books all summer long!
The Monroe School District Board of Directors is seeking community input via a survey for the interim superintendent search process now underway.
Thanks to funding from the capital projects bond approved by local voters in 2015, the parking lot for our fleet of buses and district vehicles is getting a much-needed overhaul.
To better understand the communication needs and expectations of the families we serve, we are conducting a communication survey that will help us plan for improvement as we look towards the 2022-23 school year.
Monroe School District offers Transitional Kindergarten (free preschool) for children who are not currently in an early learning program and are age eligible to enter kindergarten in the fall of 2023. Applications due June 1, 2022.
City of Monroe Mayor, Geoffrey Thomas, hosted a tree planting ceremony today at Lake Tye Park to recognize the importance of preserving our natural resources. Mrs. Tenney's 3rd grade class from Fryelands Elementary School assisted in the ceremonial planting of a Pacific Sunset Maple donated by a group of gardening friends in honor of Monroe Garden Club