View the Hidden River Middle School newsletter, sent to families on March 21, 2019. To translate the newsletter, open here.
Please join us in thanking our Education Support Professionals this week for their dedication and service to the students of Monroe.
This video focuses on the topic of grade level state standards (i.e. the skills and knowledge that our students have to learn at each grade level in order to be considered "at grade level").
View the Hidden River Middle School newsletter, sent to families on March 7, 2019. To translate the newsletter, open here.
During a quick break in the winter weather, students from Hidden River Middle School (HRMS) left their marks on the school expansion construction project in progress. Students rushed out before lunch to sign their names and draw pictures on a large beam that will become a permanent fixture in the framework of the new building.
All eighth grade students and their families are invited to attend Monroe High School's Future Bearcat Night on Monday, March 11 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. This informational night is intended for all students who will be new to Monroe High School in the 2019-20 school year to learn all about MHS and meet representatives from different departments.
In addition to their recognition from from the Washington State Office of the Superintendent (OSPI) for the inclusion of special education students in the general education classroom, and being named a model Professional Learning Community (PLC) school by Solution Tree last year, the Hidden River staff are now being featured on the ReadyWA's website for their commitment to improving every student's success.
View the Hidden River Middle School newsletter, sent to families on February 21, 2019. To translate the newsletter, open here.
At Hidden River Middle School, our staff have an "All Means All" commitment to our students, meaning that we are committed to ensuring every single student at Hidden River meets or exceeds the essential state learning standards. Our staff has identified our school-wide grading practices to be an area in which we would like to improve. We have set goals for improvement and have been working hard this year to change how we report grades to ensure they are a true reflection of students' progress in meeting the state learning standards.
Due to the weather-related cancellation of the February 11, 2019 School Board meeting where families who currently utilize our transfer bus services were invited to share how the discontinuation of transfer buses would impact their family, we have rescheduled the conversation to Monday, March 11, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.