Big changes are in the works at Hidden River Middle School! Not only is construction well underway to add considerably more square footage, a football field, a track and a new baseball/softball field, but the school just unveiled a new, modern school logo.
With a goal of providing students the opportunity to take a wider variety of courses and supporting students in meeting increased credit requirements for graduation, the Monroe School District intends to shift to an alternating 8-period schedule at Monroe High School with a targeted implementation of the 2019-20 school year.
View the Monroe High School newsletter, sent to families on December 10, 2018.
SafeSchools recently launched a convenient mobile app that will now allow any concerned individual to report a concern to us much more easily! Download the app now to easily report any safety concern to district administration!
Learn how decisions are made to delay or close school when there is inclement weather and how we communicate any school schedule changes with families.
Five Monroe High School students and one Hidden River Middle School student have been selected to in the 2018 Washington Music Educators Association (WMEA) All-State performing groups.
View the Monroe High School newsletter, sent to families on December 3, 2018.
View the Monroe High School newsletter, sent to families on November 26, 2018.
Promised in the voter-approved Capital Projects Bond in 2015, construction of the new Chain Lake Elementary driveway has kicked off and is slated to be completed by the end of 2018.
View the Monroe High School newsletter, sent to families on November 12, 2018.