What has school been like during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Monroe community wants to hear from YOU!
Did you know we are still offering FREE meals for all students, even when they are attending in-person?!
In response to the recent changes to the Washington State Department of Health's Guidance for K-12 Schools regarding physical distancing, we wanted to provide you with an update.
Thank you all for your patience while we worked out the details in adjusting our spectator plan as we enter phase 3 of the Governor's reopening plan. Now that the plan has been approved by all involved, I'm pleased to announce an expansion of our spectator capacity at home team Varsity events.
We are excited to announce that Monroe School District (MSD) and the Monroe Education Association (MEA) have reached an agreement on the schedule and date to return our traditional middle and high school students for in-person hybrid learning! MSD and MEA will continue negotiating to finalize other details of the Memorandum of Understanding for secondary schools.
If your middle or high school student will NOT be attending school in-person, we need you to please let us know by the end of the day on Friday, March 19.
The Monroe School Board discussed the adoption of a new policy that would limit immigration enforcement at schools at its Monday meeting.
Monroe School District is pleased to announce that all of our outdoor fields and facilities are now open for community use, with the exception of the outdoor fields/facilities at Monroe High School as those are currently being utilized by our MHS athletes.
The Monroe School District Board of Directors will resume in-person board meetings beginning March 8, 2021 and will also continue to simultaneously broadcast their meetings via Zoom.
The Monroe School District Board of Directors welcomed Jeremiah Campbell as the newest board director at their meeting on Monday, February 8, 2021.