The Monroe School District Board of Directors is seeking qualified applicants for the Director District #1 School Board Director position that is currently open. Candidates must be U.S. citizens, registered voters in the State of Washington, and residents of Director District #1.
After six years of service on the Monroe School District Board of Directors, Jason Hutchinson has resigned from his position as Director of District 1 to pursue a business ownership opportunity with his family in his hometown of Walla Walla.
Leaders from the Washington State Office of the Superintendent for Public Instruction (OSPI) and other state directors from across the country spent a day in Monroe School District learning about how we are leading the way in providing equity for students with disabilities.
In the fall of the 2018-19 school year the Monroe School District will be making changes to our current library program in grades K-8. We are excited to increase the use of our libraries, including more instruction with digital media. Here is accurate information regarding many commonly asked questions about these changes.
Information regarding several programmatic changes that will occur in grades K-8 in the 2018-19 school year.
Classified Employee Appreciation Week, March 12-16, presents us with an opportunity to thank our incredible Classified Staff for the critical roles they play in the success of the district.
Teams of third grade readers representing five schools in the Monroe School District are competing in the Sno-Isle Libraries' Third Grade Reading Challenge, a book knowledge quiz bowl competition for schools throughout Snohomish and Island counties. Each school's winning team will face off against other teams from Snohomish and Lake Stevens in the semi-finals.
The School Program and Operations levy proposed to voters in a special February election has officially been certified by Snohomish County as passing with 53.64% of voters approving the measure. A huge thank you to our community for continuing to support our students!
A lockout was initiated at Frank Wagner, Leaders in Learning, Sky Valley Education Center, Park Place Middle School and Fryelands Elementary this morning when a student at Frank Wagner Elementary reported seeing a suspicious person in a parked car on their way to school and thought they saw a weapon. Police were notified immediately and all nearby schools went into an immediate lockout. Police arrived and after conducting an investigation confirmed that there was no threat to students.