The State Board of Health voted to NOT require Washington's students be vaccinated against COVID-19 for school attendance in the fall of 2022.
We will begin reviewing volunteer applications after spring break and anticipate welcoming volunteers back in our schools the week of April 18, 2022.
Families are invited to a webinar to learn more about possible curriculum updates for Health and Sexual Health Education in the Monroe School District.
In alignment with new DOH requirements, school COVID notifications will only be sent to staff and any student who has been identified as immunocompromised, medically fragile, or otherwise at high risk for severe COVID-19 complications.
We want to know what we need to learn from the failure of the recent levy measure so that we can better meet the expectations of our community, address concerns, and effectively plan for ways to move forward together.
March 14-18 is Education Support Professionals Appreciation Week! Join us in thanking them for all they do to support the students of Monroe.
In addition to the lifting of the mask mandate, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) released updated K-12 guidance earlier this week, and the information is outlined here.
In alignment with the statewide lifting of the mask mandate and in agreement with our labor unions, wearing masks will be optional in all Monroe School District schools and on buses beginning Monday, March 14th.
All eighth grade students and their families are invited to Monroe High School's Future Bearcat Information Night on Wednesday, March 9.
Staff, families and community members are invited to review consultant Bill de la Cruz's diversity, equity & inclusion listening tour report and proposal and give their feedback.